Author Archives: Kelly Jane Torrance

Reading Lessons

“Bob Barr Lessons in Liberty #1 Pay Your Ghostwriter” is how Jim Bovard …

A Privates Matter

Security hawks assure us that the full-body scanners they want to see …

A Colorful Character

The box office never ceases to amaze me. One of the best …

Election Blues

Most Americans of a certain age can recall how Ronald Reagan’s 1984 …

Under the Big TARP

USA Today is often referred to as the McPaper, but it’s done …

App Attack

Winning a Pulitzer doesn’t just help your career—it can also help you …

An Amazonian Battle

Consumers so rarely get a peek into how deals are made in …

Pruning the Garden State

It’s not so uncommon for two columnists to address the same issue …

Owning the Extreme

It’s not just banks and government agencies whose work encouraging subprime lending …

New Media

The Pulitzer Prizes were announced today, and The Washington Post and The …

Terrorism’s Victory

Gene Healy has an amusingly written but smartly biting column in the …

The WaPo’s Frum Forum

Getting fired from the American Enterprise Institute might have been the best …

Taking the Pulse of the People

More on the costs of Obamacare: A USA Today/Gallup poll finds that …

Interactive Education

Reason‘s Katherine Mangu-Ward has a well-reported piece in The Washington Post succinctly …

An Adult Debate

Today President Obama signed into law a package of “fixes” for the …

Dept. of Corrections

The New York Times published an intriguing apology a few days ago. …

Living in the Frum Forum

The entire Internet seems to be discussing the American Enterprise Institute’s firing …

A Class Tax

Now that Obamacare has actually passed, after some pundits declared that Scott …

Fancy a spot of tea, love?

It might seem a bit incongruous, but there it is: The British …

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