Month: June 2010

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Shorter Verbatim Jay Nordlinger: “I think many of my conservative colleagues are far too gingerly when it comes to liberal media bias. Far too timid, delicate, and forgiving.” I can’t wait for Nordlinger’s follow-up about how the Azzuri are just too timid about trying to get fouls called in their favor by exaggerating or inventing […]

Keep trying

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Jeffrey Goldberg is evidently insisting — with the dubious aid of Eli Lake and evidence to the contrary — that Saddam Hussein and Al-Qaeda once had a “potentially meaningful relation

Culture War!

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On June 29, 2010
Actually, that’s not true. Indeed, I should emphasize that this is not an anti-soccer post; it is an “anti-using egregious cherry-picking to exaggerate the popularity of soccer as a spectator sport in the United States” post. Not only because the claims are empirically erroneous, but because who cares? The whole genre of writing that involves […]

“Special Rights”

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As we saw once again yesterday, conservatives on the Supreme Court are in favor of them. I’ve made this point before, but in my experience if you bring up the idea that there’s any possible constitutional issue with the Hyde Amendment conservatives will react as if this was the nuttiest thing in the world — […]
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