Critics chime in on social media in response to an op-ed titled "Three Cheers for Cultural Appropriation."
Nicholas Kristof writes in The New York Times that, although there are parallels between the revolutionary protests in Egypt and the occupation of Wall Street, Americans actually experience worse income inequality than Egyptians.
"My administration has not curtailed the rights of gun owners," the president boasted, "it has expanded them, including allowing people to carry their guns in national parks and wildlife refuges."
In a move that might spur some anti-Bushie types to nervously consult the Mayan calendar, The Wall Street Journal's James Taranto has offered up none other than Dick Cheney as his pick for president in 2012 -- under the condition that the former veep is right about how to deal with the threat of terrorism.
Sorry, John McCain, but The New York Times doesn't publish just any presidential candidate. A week after Barack Obama's "My Plan for Iraq" appeared in the paper of record, a similar essay by John McCain was rejected on the grounds that it recycled attacks against his rival while offering little new information about his own war plans, according to the Drudge Report.