This item is late, but last week, I was at it again on the Washington Monthly’s Political Animal. Here are three entries worth revisiting:

  • The worldview of the tea party movement is completely ahistorical, which I suppose isn’t surprising to anyone.
  • In the long term, a functioning parliamentary system would depend on a viable opposition, which the United States lacks at the moment.
  • The federal insurance exchange shows how conservatism’s prophecies of governmental incompetence can become self-fulfilling (and this is something I will certainly keep writing about).
  • Omniscience is metadata.

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