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Matthue Roth

No Man’s Enemy

January 22, 2009, by

I have a friend, an underground playwright, who hates Obama. He’s convinced that, six months after Inauguration, nobody’s going to notice anything different from the past eight years of George W. Bush’s administration — we’ll be paying just as many taxes, our troops will still be mired in war, and everything will be much the

Lie Detectors in Diapers

August 28, 2008, by

The first time my daughter cried, I was so blown away that I almost forgot to do something about it. It was the most amazing thing on earth. Her eyes, huge and blue—not like anyone’s in my family, but like a glossy, full-blown photocopy of my wife’s—they ordinarily took up half the space on her