The Census controversy is the latest example of the White House’s being happy to avoid assessing its law.
A man follows his grandparents’ trek to Morocco—where the Alaouite Dynasty has ruled since 1666—to search for so-called “sacred music” amid a feedback loop of riots, arrests, and the promise of miracles.
Just saw that The Morning News posted this link to a long piece on Morocco I did for them last year.
Look for commemorations of Johnson to push the idea that government needs always to grow.
My latest for NRO, on the Civil Rights Summit that just concluded here in Austin.
A teen’s science fair project led him to realize that changing fonts could save the U.S. government millions of dollars.
Well, this is the best thing I’ve seen today.
Ever wondered what the Turbine Hall looked like before it became Tate Modern?
Beware intemperance! Exhumed from the Library of Congress: a 1908 map depicting “the negative consequences of drinking and ungodliness, using an imaginary set of railroad lines, states, towns, and landmarks.” Highlights: Selfishburg, Hypocrisy Heights, Lewd Castle, Whiskeyton, Gossip Center, Presumptionville, Treasondale, and Embezzle City.
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