Category Archives: George Will

Obama Takes Reagan’s Path

“Against the backdrop of something approaching national panic,” Barack Obama’s inauguration next week is drawing many comparisons “to Franklin Roosevelt’s at the height of the Depression” writes Steve Kornacki.

“But from a political standpoint, a more meaningful parallel can be drawn between the president-elect and Ronald Reagan as he prepared to assume the presidency 28 years ago. Although they are ideological opposites, there are meaningful similarities between the appeal both men demonstrated as candidates and the circumstances under which they won election.”

Another parallel from Mike Allen: “One of President Reagan’s first moves when he came to town: dinner with George F. Will.”

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>Obama Takes Reagan’s Path

>”Against the backdrop of something approaching national panic,” Barack Obama’s inauguration next week is drawing many comparisons “to Franklin Roosevelt’s at the height of the Depression” writes Steve Kornacki.

“But from a political standpoint, a more meaningful parallel can be drawn between the president-elect and Ronald Reagan as he prepared to assume the presidency 28 years ago. Although they are ideological opposites, there are meaningful similarities between the appeal both men demonstrated as candidates and the circumstances under which they won election.”

Another parallel from Mike Allen: “One of President Reagan’s first moves when he came to town: dinner with George F. Will.”

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Survival of the Sudsiest

I don’t know how many of you read George Will’s column on a weekly basis, but I am sure that most of you know of his work.

Usually Mr. Will writes and opines  his conservative views about what is happening in and around Washington and Middle-America. Every now and again he writes about other topics that are near and dear to his heart like baseball, he is an avid Chicago Cubs fan. This week he devoted one of his columns to the subject of beer.
In light of InBev attempt to take over Anheuser-Busch, George wrote about how beer drinking has aided in human evolution and the concept of Survival of the Fittest(Sudsiest).
As usual, his writing is a little cerebral but it is humorous and worth the read.   
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Survival of the Sudsiest

I don’t know how many of you read George Will’s column on a weekly basis, but I am sure that most of you know of his work.

Usually Mr. Will writes and opines  his conservative views about what is happening in and around Washington and Middle-America. Every now and again he writes about other topics that are near and dear to his heart like baseball, he is an avid Chicago Cubs fan. This week he devoted one of his columns to the subject of beer.
In light of InBev attempt to take over Anheuser-Busch, George wrote about how beer drinking has aided in human evolution and the concept of Survival of the Fittest(Sudsiest).
As usual, his writing is a little cerebral but it is humorous and worth the read.   
Click on the headline to read the article from George Will
  

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Filed under Anheuser-Busch, Beer, George Will, InBev