Slate.com and Bloggingheads.tv contributor Mickey Kaus defends political blogging, discusses race as a factor in the 2008 Presidential elections, and examines rumors concerning Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin's baby.
Mickey Kaus writes "Kausfiles" for Slate.com. He has written about public policy for Newsweek and several other publications, including the New Republic and the Washington Monthly, where he remains a contributing editor. Kaus published The End of Equality in 1992. The book was co-winner of the 1992 Washington Monthly Political Book Award. He is a co-founder and frequent contributor to Bloggingheads.tv. Kaus currently lives in Los Angeles.
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