Today’s New York Times magazine

Today’s New York Times magazine carries a lengthy article by Bill Keller comparing Presidents Bush (43) and Reagan. The article seems to acknowledge that the liberal punditocracy has “misunderestimated” (to use President Bush’s term) both of them: “Reagan’s Son.” (Courtesy of the Rocket Prof.) Also worthy of your attention is another Times magazine article portraying the dying singer-songwriter Warren Zevon (composer of “Lawyers, Guns and Money,” “Tenderness on the Block,” and many other fine songs): “In His Time of Dying.” Zevon is dying of mesothelioma, a rare cancer of the lining of the lung that is essentially untreatable and invariably fatal within an average of six months from diagnosis.

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