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Apparently, her stance on the ethics of plagiarism has changed considerably over the decades. And, of course, her plagiarism is much worse, since nobody (except perhaps some PUMAs and right-wing blogg

Ticking Time Bombed

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On May 15, 2009
Shorter Charles Krauthammer: “I have an open-and-shut case for a “ticking time bomb” scenario that justifies torture. In this case, there was no ticking time bomb, and the torture didn’t work. See?” See also. Man, this is pathetic stuff. But when you try to justify torture, this is the quality of argument you get… Share

Shorter Verbatim Ross Douthat: “The pro-life movement is arguably more comfortable with the language of rights and liberties than its opponents. Abortion foes are defending a right to life groun

"Heh. He Said Beaver."

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On March 5, 2009

In re: MoDo, what Chait and Yglesias and Benen said. In criticizing Dowd for focusing almost entirely on inane personal trivia larded with her bizarre gender obsessions, I might have implied that she

Zombie Talking Points

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On February 23, 2009
Social Security is, as we all know, a very popular and very successful program. For a variety of reasons, centrist pundits in general and the Washington Post in particular have a huge fetish about undermining it in various ways. Recently, CeCi Connolly — yes, the same one whose gruesomely bad campaign reporting helped to put […]

Is This Rich?

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On November 16, 2008

All-star commenter IB says: OT (but appropriate to a previously stated position of this blog): Another smart Sunday piece by Frank Rich.(Noted because: About a week ago, someone (SL, I think, but corr

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