From National Affairs, Tevi Troy on Bush, Obama, and the Intellectuals. From Tikkun, Bob Anschuetz on why Obama is disappointing us, and what we can do about it. Help for the too-conscious liberal: An excerpt from Fran Hawthorne's The Overloaded Liberal: Shopping, Investing, Parenting, and Other Daily Dilemmas in an Age of Political Activism. What would happen if people just refused to buy health insurance even if a law ordered them to? The feminist case for flawed reform: The anti-abortion provisions of both the House and the Senate versions of health care are a serious setback for reproductive rights — we need to support it nonetheless. Sink or Swim: Jonathan Chait on the GOP’s Dickensian fix for health care (and more). The bogus Republican claim that Obamacare is a government takeover of one-sixth of the economy. Today, loose, dangerous talk about "government tyranny" is back in vogue and on a political amptitude far beyond where it was during the Age of McVeigh a generation ago. Oath Keepers and the Age of Treason: Meet the fast-growing "patriot" group that's recruiting soldiers to resist the Obama administration. An interview with Michael Wolraich, author of How Bill O’Reilly Saved Christmas: A Fair and Balanced Account of Right-Wing Persecution. Inside the White House Press Corps: Tommy Christopher interviews WorldNetDaily correspondent and radio host Lester Kinsolving (and part 2). The making of the president, then and now: The great campaign books of the past are about more than the back-room drama that dominates recent releases. What is the least-accurate political memoirs ever written? More and more and more and more and more and more and more on Courage and Consequence by Karl Rove.