Posts tagged: New York Times
Not sure how often this happens, but over the weekend, a guest column by a Washington State University professor was featured in the New York Times.
Matthew Sutton, an associate professor of history at WSU, writes about the prospect that the apocalyptic beliefs of some fundamentalist Christians might help knock Barack Obama out of the White House and elect the GOP nominee.
It's called “Why the Anti-Christ Matters in Politics.”
It's an interesting premise, whether you ultimately believe it or not.
Think you can cut the federal deficit better than those bozos in Congress? Here’s your chance to do it…at least on paper.
The New York Times has a new budget game with a series of options for various cuts. You might notice that some of the most popular solutions, such as eliminating earmarks or instituting medical malpractice reform, don’t get you very far, but reductions to entitlements like Social Security and Medicare do.
The New York Times has a nice map that shows how members of Congress voted yesterday on the Health Care legislation.
As a sometime maker of political maps, Spin Control recommends it to those who enjoy visuals. Find it here:
It’s always nice when other parts of the country notice us in the Inland Northwest, right?
OK, not always. The New York Times has a large story on the Tea Party Movement that prominently features folks from North Idaho and Eastern Washington. And by prominently, we mean from the first paragraph, right through to the last.
You can read it by clicking here. Feel free to click on the comment button above and let other readers know what you think.