Reflections on the Ivy League
NOT LONG AGO, at a party on the Lower East Side, a young man decided to play a trick on a girl he had only just met. A mutual friend had introduced them. He asked her where she had gone to school.
The answer was “Yale.”
“He was like, ‘Whoa, what was that like?’” the Read More
It’s become understandably fashionable to liken the Ron Paul phenomenon to the outbreak of Howard Dean-mania that swept the Democratic grassroots four years ago.
Besides the superficial similarities—both men are physicians and both have last names that could just as easily be first names—there’s the trajectory of their White House efforts: Both began as quirky, Read More