Michael Koplow for the Ottomans and Zionists blog: “Turning Israel Into A Partisan Issue Does Israel No Favors”
Peter Wehner for Commentary: “The Responsibility of Government”
Marco Rubio for National Review Online: “My Immigration Firestorm”
David Harsanyi for Human Events: “Department Of Labor Proposal Would Force Journalists To Use Government Computers, Software”
Political Theory and Punditry from a native of Flyover Country
Conor Friedersdorf for The Atlantic: “Don’t Be Fooled By Obama’s Faux-Righteous Indignation About Leaks”
David Harsanyi for Human Events: “Do We Need More Firefighters, Policemen and Teachers? Probably Not”
Robert Costa for National Review: “Santorum’s Next Step”
There’s seven more intriguing links if you click through to Matt’s page. Trust me, it’ll be worth the time.
Good morning friends. Here’s your daily Lagniappe!
Peter Wehner for Commentary: “Conservatism Must Avoid Conformity”
John Hayward for Human Events: “Google’s wi-spy adventure”
David Frum for the Daily Beast: “Soup Nazism”
Nicholas Kristof for the New York Times: “From Peace Prize to Paralysis”
Good morning, friends. I have some excellent links for your morning commute. Enjoy!
Jonathan Alter notes a clever John Steinbeck-themed allusion by Romney’s ad man.
Michael Gerson thinks Democrats are playing with dynamite.
Conor Friedersdorf for The Atlantic: “The Problem with Public-Sector Unions — And How to Fix It”
Going to be posting this every morning. Consider it Matt’s gift to all of you in terms of the best reading material — of a political bent, of course — to start your day. Also, please do click through. There’s actually a lot more material if you do — as opposed to those obnoxious types who have you click through to find another sentence or two.
Good morning, friends. As you might imagine, a majority of the political news from yesterday dealt with Scott Walker‘s win in Wisconsin. I’ve listed some of the best recaps on that event, but rest assured, that’s not all of interest that was written yesterday.
John Hayward for Human Events: “No, ‘Citizens United’ did not throw the Wisconsin recall to Walker”
Walter Russel Mead for The American Interest: “The ‘People United’ Go Down in Flames”