Welcome to the Week In Review, published every Friday on the blog. WiR is a collaborative effort of TAC’s Editors and contributors. Thought- and mirth-provoking articles we stumble across are placed here, along with an arch tagline.
“What we saw at the People’s Climate March,” Kmele Foster, Reason
THE EDITORS: Related — our piece on the march.
“Reform conservatism and a smarter supply-side tax agenda,” Ryan Ellis, Forbes
THE EDITORS: An ATR tax guru — incidentally, our Editor-At-Large’s former boss — mediates an internecine feud.
“Mary Landrieu helps constituent keg stand,” Kendall Breitman, Politico
THE EDITORS: Good old-fashioned Southern Dem politicking, from an old hand on the subject.
“‘We Only Whisper It,'” Kevin D. Williamson, National Review
THE EDITORS: Justice Ginsberg’s charitable views.
“Democracy, Greed, and the Perils of Equality,” Patrick Deneen, The Imaginative Conservative
THE EDITORS: Tocqueville answers why it’s rare to meet a carefree college student these days.
“Shark Meat In, Chicken Fingers Out for School Lunches,” Elizabeth Harrington, The Washington Free Beacon
“Sharpton In ‘Conversations’ To Choose Holder Successor,” Christine Sisto, National Review
THE EDITORS: This is the man influencing the appointment of the next Attorney General.
“Norton to Congress: Hands Off D.C.’s New Gun Law,” Hannah Hess, Roll Call
THE EDITORS: Let’s be honest, we just wanted to watch this video again.
“Our Take: Yik Yak threats indicate decline in social media,” Alec Shirkey, The Red & Black
THE EDITORS: Also discussed in our Summer 2014 edition.
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