FOOL ME TWICE…
E.J. Dionne writes about the politics of the homeland security bill and the long-term costs of excessive partisanship and mendacity. (Perhaps a bit of wishful thinking here: as Mark Twain remarked, “Whoever said that a lie cannot live didn’t know how to tell one.”)
Dionne’s piece is part of today’s reading list from the History News Network.
Is this stuff gonna be on the exam?