Politician Writers Never Learn

Posted by Michael Dolan on January 30, 2016 in Uncategorized |

Latest example comes from liberal darling Elizabeth Warren. Interesting thought requires originality. Which Warren did not exercise in her latest New York Times op-ed, according to Ben Mathis-Lilley of Slate.


“I’m having trouble remembering anything Warren said about it because her column sounds like it was written in 10 minutes using a bag of Progressive Political Rhetoric Clichés that someone left in a closet at the MoveOn office in late 2008,” he writes.


Where to find a solution? Mathis-Lilly recommends our friend George Orwell.

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