Daniel Korski


I don’t know if it’s a word, but it should be:

Blog-crow  intr.v. blog-crowed, blog-crow•ing, blog-crows 1. To exult loudly, as when a blogpost is proven right or prescient.

First George Osborne picked up on CoffeeHouse’s proposal of a tax stop. On 19th August 2008 we wrote that a tax freeze “would bridge the gap between the tax-cutting instincts of the Conservative base and the concerns of deficit hawks who worry about creating a financial black hole.” This

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