Thursday, November 6, 2008

Required Reading 11/6

READ OF THE DAY
How The President-Elect Did It by Karl Rove
The new voters changed the game.


Great Black Hope
The reality of President-Elect Obama.

Make Haste Slowly, President Obama by Victor Davis Hanson
Your win over Senator McCain was not a mandate for radical change.

Obama's Paradox by Michael Knox Beran
His election vindicated America's ideal of equality. Will his policies promote a paternalism that erodes it?

Obama's Real Opposition
WSJ gets carried away with the theory of Obama governing as a centrist.

Preventing National Suicide
Tips on conserving and protecting from across the pond.

Republicans Look For Rising Stars To Shape Party's Future
The next generation of Republicans will have to steer the party back to its conservative roots.

Silver Linings, And More Dark Clouds by David Freddoso
Election surprises, pleasant and unpleasant.

The Obama Realignment by Lanny Davis
This could be the start of a lasting Democratic majority like that created by FDR.

The Treatment of Bush Has Been A Disgrace
What must our enemies be thinking?

Winning Proposition
Marriage success.

Obama's Dour Vision
How much change do we really need?

Pence Moves Up In GOP Shake-Up
Change I Can Believe In.

BBC Shunned Me For Denying Climate Change
'Consensus Science' strikes again.

Election Questions No One Ever Asks by Jonah Goldberg
Speaking of children, the national obsession with the 'youth vote' is one of the great embarrassments of deliberative democracy.

Obama's Post-Racial Promise
Barack Obama seduced whites with a vision of their racial innocence precisely to coerce them into acting out of a racial motivation.

From The Ashes Of This Election, A New Conservative Insurgency Will Arise
Over the years, America has experienced countless zigs and zags in economic and social policy, but has repeatedly proven its ability to right itself and avoid long-term damage.