Re: Senate Majorities

In your post , Jody, you mention that, “You could elect 86 senators with a minority of the population, as the bottom 43 states have fewer people, in total, than the top seven states.” If . . . . Continue Reading »

The Agony of Greece

And so it starts. Among those in First Things ’ offices, our senior editor David Goldman goes on The Kudlow Report to do the heavy lifting on economics, and things like guessing which way the . . . . Continue Reading »

Senate Majorities

While reading an interesting analysis of the (poor) chances of health-care reform from Jay Cost this morning, I came across this note: While I don’t think right versus wrong properly enter into . . . . Continue Reading »