Jim Antle vetted  Rand Paul as VP, Daniel Larison cast doubt  on the possibility, and Daniel McCarthy discerned  the upsides. Ronald Bailey reviewed  government by trial-and-error, and Rod Dreher sniggered  at Romney’s wealthy suburban neighborhood’s pissing match. Paul Gottfried assailed  libertarians for abusing the fascist pejorative. Scott Galupo thought  Obama a centrist caretaker of the Reagan revolution, and Larison nodded .
Larison reconciled  Greece with Europe, wandered through  Marco Rubio’s fantasy world, defended  U.S. credibility on Syria, determined  that the United States won’t suffer a major blow for not intervening, and sketched  the humanitarian crisis caused by the Libyan war. Philip Giraldi could not conceive of  a pressing U.S. interest in Syria, and Scott McConnell regretted  cyberwar activities against Iran.
Daniel Flynn hailed  Ray Bradbury’s local library love. Dreher watched  a transit of Venus video, resolved  not to marry himself, wondered  if we’re in a depression, heard  a true theologian’s powerful sermon, and gave thanks for  his TAC gig.