|Currier and Ives interpret the Boston Tea Party|
Some pundit junkies view Rasmussen Reports as little more than a shill for the right. Others view the organization as a reliable polling site mainly due to its more selective and current population samples as well as its track record. No matter your politics, Scott Rasmussen has some very interesting observations on what the 2012 elections hold for the Republican party, regardless of who wins the presidential election. We can thank William Katz (Urgent Agenda) for spotting these observations and providing his ever meaningful comments on the issue.
OTR would like to draw the attention of readers to William Katz and his observations of the American experience. As a novelist, staffer on Johnny Carson's Tonight Show, comedy writer for Bob Newhart, a NYT Magazine editor, a CIA officer, and more, he brings what OTR calls a Tralfamadorian perception to the art of cultural observation. Readers should also know that Katz is an occasional contributor at PowerLine, another premiere site for critical observers and readers alike.