Kurt Vonnegut and Obama

Featured image Fred Barnes reminds us in the Wall Street Journal this morning that opposition party responses to State of the Union speeches typically fall flat, and gently chides Republicans for having little imagination to try anything different. One idea might be suggested by Bret Stephens’ column today, which extrapolates from Kurt Vonnegut’s famous short story “Harrison Bergeron.”  If you don’t know the story, Stephens helpfully provides Vonnegut’s self-explanatory opening: The year »