Monday link dump: The sandwich party patriots
Anti-tax violence erupts in DC, Barbara Bush's photoshoot, and the Cato Institute's financial "regulation" plans.
August 31, 2010 2:31AM (UTC)
- David Addington is now comfortably resting at the Heritage Foundation, instead of in jail. Make no mistake, he'll be back as soon as the next Republican takes the White House.
- Glenn Beck's rally featured anti-tax sandwich violence.
"Man Already Knows Everything He Needs To Know About Muslims"
- Former first daughter Barbara Bush was actually in a Terry Richardson photoshoot. Which is kind of insane. I mean, it is kind of not at all surprising, too, I guess, because this is 2010 America.
- And what happens when you walk around the Glenn Beck rally dressed as a hungry, pregnant demon? Well, people get mad and yell at you, yes, but also a surprising number of people give you sandwiches!
- Conor Friedesdorf just wants to drink beer in public and set off fireworks. Finally, a conservatism I can get behind!
- Examining 15 years of financial deregulation policy from the Cato Institute.
- The Republicans on the Deficit commission are more conservative than the Democrats are liberal.
- How will having three women justices change the Supreme Court?
Alex Pareene writes about politics for Salon and is the author of "The Rude Guide to Mitt." Email him at email@example.com and follow him on Twitter @pareene