Can personal charity work as social policy? One candidate thinks so, and the other doesn't.
Dan recounts his day at Jon Stewart's Rally to Restore Sanity.
Should we let the most intolerant among us dictate the terms of our engagement with each other?
Dan knows the deodorant ads are juvenile, but didn't realize how juvenile until recently.
Does the Super Bowl have anything left to teach us about culture?
Distrust of government is perfectly reasonable. Fear of government involvement in health care is not. Dan reviews the death of the public option and wonders why government and capitalism can't just get along.
Thanks to science, Dan can tell whether people are conservative or liberal just by looking at them.
Good news for Liberals: Conservatives are now praying for their eternal souls via the Adopt-a-Liberal program.
Pro and anti Chief Illiniwek forces are set to get all riled up again this weekend. Let's figure out who's right once and for all.
Dan discovers that his inner whiteness is in harmony with his outer whiteness.
Charity is nice and all. But don't confuse it with Justice.
Dan still doesn't understand his fellow Americans. And the polls on health care reform are not helping.
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