I’ve often wished I could wake up and have someone send me a list of articles and columns that are worth reading during the morning commute. With that in mind, I’m going to do it for you. Each morning — usually before 8 a.m. — I’ll post a “Lagniappe.”
A lagniappe, in case you’re scratching your head, is a tradition from Cajun Louisiana where a small gift is given with each purchase. In this instance, you don’t have to buy a thing! Just visit here each morning and you’ll see what I think are the essential readings to start your morning. Here’s a preview of what you can expect to see each weekday morning:
New York Post: “What is O’s Case: It’s sure not the economy”
The Atlantic: “Hey Voters: The Kill List is What Matters”
National Review: “A Sobering Farce”
The American Conservative: “The Great Plutocracy”
Feel free to contact me with suggestions for the next day’s Lewis’s Lagniappe.
And as always, your input is welcome on anything I write.
Here’s how you can provide your two cents: You can comment on the thread below (if it’s insightful enough, I might address it directly), email me at comments[DOT]mattlewis[DOT]dailycaller[AT]gmail[DOT]com (remember, there’s no word limit), or tweet me @MattKLewis and/or my intern (Justin) @JGreenDC