Precarious Imbalance

There’s some sort of kid’s trick in which a spoon balances improbably—seemingly impossibly—on someone’s nose. Or something. You’ve seen it, haven’t you? Of course, it only works while you hold your head up straight. That’s America today. In the leadership vacuum created when the left eviscerated George W. Bush in 2006, America’s precarious imbalance seems improbable. Impossible.

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