About Daniel Koffler
Daniel Koffler is a Clarendon Scholar and graduate student in philosophy at the University of Oxford.
A few minutes ago, on PBS's newshour, I heard Michael Beschloss* glorifying the Iowa caucuses as a salutary throwback to 19th century retail politics. In solemn tones and stern, Beschloss reminded Americans that if we had a national presidential primary, … Read More
Since so much of a presidential election, especially its primary phase, consists largely in bickering over low-substance, conceptually confused disputes like which candidate is the true "change-agent" (or on the Republican side, who's a "consistent conservative"), it's difficult to get … Read More
Roger Kimball: Bernard-Henri Levy’s intervention is the most appalling piece of sentimentalizing rubbish since irresponsible journalists abetted the transformation of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales from a nuisance for the Paris tunnel cleaners into an international embarrassment. That's … Read More