Friday, August 28, 2009

Perpetual Adolescence

When you read quite a bit you get spoiled. And while an unapologetic news junkie I get tired of boilerplate writing in the sphere of media. So I find myself frequenting opinion pieces. I read from both sides of the aisle (though I usually save reading the liberal skew on things for when I am too continent) and appreciate most those pieces that are factual as well as opinionated.

For your consideration please visit The American Spectator to read Daniel J. Flynn's assessment of the Ted Kennedy legacy. It will give you much to ponder. It was enlightening and sad at the same time.

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