In our roles as objective political analysts, Kristol and I foresee the same results from a corporatist-dominated Democratic Party. Of course as political partisans, Kristol sees it with glee and I see it with dread.
Defenses of the military's gay ban have long been rooted in the moral belief that homosexuality is wrong, but its champions cast their defense of the policy in terms of the famous "unit cohesion" rationale.
Ten years after Denmark began allowing for gay civil unions, heterosexual marriage rate had increased by 10.7 percent. Ten years after Norway did, the rate increased by 12.7 percent. For Sweden, 28.7 percent.
Dear Arianna, you're so nice, and I feel like we have this good thing going, so this isn't going to be easy, but it has to be said. I told you a lie on Tuesday. But it wasn't my fault. It was Bill Kristol's.