Month: February 2010

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Stop the Presses!

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On February 20, 2010
Apparently, defense lawyers may have represented people accused of crimes. This is truly shocking in its own right, but here’s something more shocking: they’re being permitted to work in the Obama administration! Oh the humanity! I suppose it’s difficult for anything else to be the dumbest winger faux-scandal of the week given the assertions that […]

Al Haig

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On February 20, 2010

A life like Al Haig’s couldn’t help but to touch so many people. I most fondly remember his failed 1988 campaign for the Republican nomination for President, where he managed to place subs

I’m having one of those moments in which I wonder whether I was watching the same movie everyone else was. At Racialicious, Thea Lim discusses Complex Magazine‘s list of The 50 Most Racist Movies You Didn’t Know Were Racist, and while the majority of the list disappoints (on account of me already knowing the overtly […]

Just To Clarify

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On February 19, 2010

People arguing that civilian trials are never appropriate for terrorist suspects are arguing from a position well to the right of the Bush administration (at least the 2006 version.) And if you have l

Giving Away The Show

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On February 18, 2010

The first thing one is likely to notice about the Mount Vernon Statement is that a manifesto supported by many John Yoo-era Republicans asserts that their constitutional conservatism “applies th

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