Something to Fear Besides Fear Itself

With the first voting just four or five or six months away, depending on what South Carolina, Iowa and New Hampshire decide, it’s clear that a major theme of the presidential race will be fear: What we should fear, who’s trying to scare us, who’s trying to scare us by accusing someone else of scaring us, etc.

It’s getting scary, all this talk of fear. Some days I’ll get FearMail from the Dems and the ‘Pubs within the same hour. So, teeth chattering, I did this  commentary for NPR/KERA in Dallas. Check it out here if you’re not afraid.


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