Saturday, January 29, 2011

Recommended Reading

Longtime readers of this site know that when Don't Think of an Elephant author George Lakoff has something to say, I'll usually link to it.  His latest piece is no exception, as he examines President Obama's creation of a pro-innovation, pro-competitiveness narrative in his State of the Union speech on Tuesday.  As Lakoff explains, while the existence of a narrative where there was none before is a good thing, and there were many positives to the speech, there were also some unfortunate things the president seemingly went out of his way to leave unsaid (think Social Security).

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