David Bromwich at Yale reads history unfolding around Syria as he would a novel: "there's something unhinged," he says, about the language around the Obama White House.
Rand Paul's anti-drone filibuster looks (to the Yale wiseman David Bromwich) like a model of left-right "convergence" against our "permanent war."
President Obama is in danger of flunking the Abraham Lincoln test of leadership, in David Bromwich's study of their language.
Professor David Bromwich brings the President's language into the English classroom, parsing the origin of our collective disappointment in Obama.
David Bromwich channels the cautious conservatism of Edmund Burke, and says America is "out of itself."
David Bromwich, a Yale literature professor, is making a new name for himself as a "close reader" of Barack Obama and his coverage.
Jacob Hacker, Yale's bright light on American politics, is telling us how corporate capitalism ate the American Dream.
Arianna Huffington, queen of the media transformation, comments on why the public conversation sounds so idiotic.