Curse of the Giant Muffins and Other Washington Maladies
Smart, scintillating, and simply hilarious, Kinsley, establishes here bona fide credentials as the H.L. Mencken of our day and "one of the few columnists writing today who can keep Washington awake".--The Washingtonian.
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