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Any guesses on how Colin Woodard produced this atrocity against statistical inference? Not only has The New York Times once again demonstrate that it views opinion pieces as fact-free zones, but it actually devoted resources to creating a graphic that will make a good “how to lie with statistics” exercise in political-science classes. Meanwhile, their own […]

The Trump E-Mails

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On October 31, 2016

Eichenwald’s latest seems kind of important. Over the course of decades, Donald Trump’s companies have systematically destroyed or hidden thousands of emails, digital records and paper documen

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How is Jill Stein Anti-Capitalist?

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On September 21, 2016
I’ve been pretty disappointed in Kshama Sawant this election because she has mistaken what works in leftist politics to what doesn’t work. What works is exactly what she did–challenging the Democratic Party from the left in a one-party city. That’s a great idea. In that case, it’s not really a third party challenge. It’s a […]

Too Much Johnson

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On September 7, 2016

Do you know any lefties who are so disgusted with $hillery that they say they will vote for Gary Johnson. If you do, they are probably kind of morons. In any case, make sure that you send them this pr

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Trump Could Easily Win

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On July 25, 2016
Yes, I know that the fundamentals are against Trump, like they are against any Republican candidate. But if there’s one thing we should take from the Republican National Convention, it’s that the racist disaster of it did not hurt him at all. The rapidly changing 538 forecast is scary, not because Trump is receiving a […]

Bernie Skepticism

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On January 30, 2016

If you had told me a year ago that I was going to be cited in Vox as a Bernie skeptic, I would have said there’s no way such a weird event could happen. But something unexpected things happen. L

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