Tuesday, August 12, 2003
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Who's the target of the warning shot?
Today's Chicago Tribune has an interview with David Brooks, who's a University of Chicago alumnus. The interview is worth reading, but what intrigued me was this quote from the lead-in:
[Probably not--ed. Killjoy.]
Boy, if Krugman is your definition of shrill. . .posted by: John on 08.12.03 at 11:20 AM [permalink]
Why don't you leave the silly "PK is shrill" arguments for the many fools on the web that love to post that. Most of which don't even understand what he writes.
No need to add to the list.posted by: GT on 08.12.03 at 11:20 AM [permalink]
She's probably just making a commercial judgment: she has a liberal readership who will happily read shrill, partisan liberals, but will tolerate only generous, temperate, civil conservatives. I think that's a sound judgment, and Brooks is perfect for them.
Now that the NYT has found a strong house conservative, it's time for the Wall Street Journal to find a better house liberal than Al Hunt.posted by: pj on 08.12.03 at 11:20 AM [permalink]
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