The Weekend Wrap

This weekend on the Dish, Andrew reacted to the release of the OPR report and asked your help in deciphering it. Fallows compared it to John Hersey's Hiroshima. Andrew also got around to analyzing Joe Stack's terrorist manifesto. Reax here.

In continued coverage of CPAC, Pawlenty let his Christianist flag fly, Ryan Sorba reveled in his obsessive homophobia, and Ron Paul displayed a glimmer of hope. E.D. Kain took on Thiessen, Andrew targeted him and Hiatt, Hitchens hated on the Olympics, and William Cane shared his kissing expertise.

In Sunday coverage, Dreher tried to make sense of his sister's cancer, Esquire profiled Roger Ebert's struggle with the disease, and readers shared their thoughts on the conflict between the Church and gays. The Dish is in the process of publishing an updated print version of Andrew and Sam Harris' debate on religion. Express your interest here: samandandrewdialogue@gmail.com

-- C.B.

2006-2011 archives for The Daily Dish, featuring Andrew Sullivan

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