In the midst of a national anti-obesity-epidemic campaign some people may lose sight of healthy weight loss limits. As a result, they go from tipping the scale on the high end to barely making a dent on it… Share this: Tweet this!
Former Washington Post reporter Alec MacGillis, who has joined The New Republic to cover the 2012 campaign, has his first long feature story in the current issue of that magazine, and it’s a winner. “The Permanent Candidate,” an examination of Rick Perry’s record, runs through the basics on the Texas governor (indifferent policy thinker, avid
Remember that New York Times story earlier this week on the (since-resolved) showdown over federal disaster aid—the one that misleadingly treated the standoff as a result of bickering by “Congress,” rather than the product of choices made by specific members of Congress (in this case, the Republican ones)? Well, as it turns out, the Times
In the midst of a cross-country pilgrimage, Iraq war veteran Colby Buzzell finds himself transfixed by an “old dusty American flag” in the hallway of a shabby residential hotel in Cheyenne, Wyoming. “As I approached, it kind of woke me up,” he writes in Lost in America: A Dead-End Journey, “reminding me again what it
Web headline on the lead campaign story in The New York Times today: “Romney Waits as G.O.P. Flirts with Alternates.” Web headline on the lead campaign story in The Washington Post today: “Mitt Romney, never Republicans’ dream date, hopes to be the one they marry.” I’m sensing a theme here. Share this: Tweet this!