Strengthening Constitutional Self-Government

No Left Turns

J.K. Rodham

Mark Steyn writes a clever column confounding Hillary and Rowling, and their books.  

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The link won’t work (at least, it didn’t for me), so the best way to get there is to go to the main page and then conduct a search for "Mark Steyn." It should be the first search result that comes up.

As for the column, I’ll give it credit for being more entertaining and original than 99% of the other Clinton/Potter comparisons that have been made these last couple of days. I like the line about "Billy Clinter and the Philosophers Stoned." Nice touch.

Incidentally, I live about a half-block away from a Joseph-Beth bookstore. Last night, I had drinks with some friends at a local bar about a block away (in the other direction). When I returned home at a little after 1AM, I was amazed at how animated my block was at that hour --- little witches and wizards (accompanied by their parents, of course) everywhere! I read in this morning’s paper that the bookstore had held a "Potter Party" with an attendance of over 2,000 people.

By the way, are there any "Potter" readers on this site? I have never read the books myself, but many of my co-workers and friends say that they have, and that the books can be quite entertaining for all age levels.

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