Magazine October 17, 2011, Issue


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The Light Bulb Goes On
Your October 3 issue includes a special section on innovation, with nine pages of text. All of it is vigorous, trenchant, and thought-provoking, but also unnecessary, because the accompanying photograph in the table of contents really says it all. The image shows a light bulb — the old-fashioned kind that is actually bulb-shaped, which today’s infants will never know because, thanks to our friends in Congress and the Bush administration, they are all being replaced with absurd twisty things.

Instead of a reliable device that had served us well for well over a century, we now have

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In This Issue



Books, Arts & Manners


The Week

The Week

Obama is ready to take on the Republicans — or at least a handful of boors in the audience at Republican debates.


The Dossier Deceit

The Dossier Deceit

John Durham’s latest indictment reinforces that the Russian collusion conspiracy was built on a preposterous foundation.

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