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Palin?

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Huh. Well, I guess maybe that secures Alaska’s 3 electoral votes for McCain. It should also play well in British Columbia. If McCain is picking Palin (and we should note that this hasn’t exactly been confirmed) in order to appeal to PUMAs, then I have to wonder whether the folks at Confluence, Corrente, and No […]

Rules of the Game

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On August 29, 2008

China isn’t comfortable with the rules Russia wants to play with. A summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, a seven- nation security alliance that includes China and four former Soviet

Asking the Hard Questions

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On August 28, 2008
Duss at Think Progress: Earlier today, Think Progress contacted John Hagee Ministries to see if erstwhile John McCain endorser Rev. Hagee saw the Lord’s hand in reports that President Bush might not speak at the Republican National Convention on Monday because of Tropical Storm Gustav. Think Progress asked Rev. Hagee’s spokesperson, Kara Silverman, whether Gustav’s […]

The March

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On August 28, 2008

On this date in 1963, the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom brought several hundred thousand Americans together in the nation’s capital, where — depending on whom you might have asked &

Bork Myth Addendum

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On August 28, 2008

A commenter spotted this howler from Rosen’s article: In every presidential election from 1988 to 2004, the court had a six-justice majority in favor of upholding Roe v. Wade. Is this why Rosen

Danke

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On August 28, 2008
The ticker appears to have drifted past 5000000 this morning. It’s fair to say that’s more than we ever expected, and that we do appreciate your business. Share

We Had a Dream

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On August 28, 2008

It’s s a beautiful morning in Boulder, and later today I’m going to take a bus the 25 miles down the turnpike to Denver and Invesco Field, to hear Barack Obama accept his party’s nom

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