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"World’s Most Obnoxious Feminist Concern Troll"

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On January 2, 2008
What should be my outrage about wrong-about-everything hack Bill Kristol getting a New York Times gig because apparently the dozens of other media outlets he seems to have unlimited access to aren’t enough is attenuated by the fact that the Paper O’ Record still employs Maureen Dowd. Melissa McEwan, Molly Ivors and Echidne deal with […]

Lists

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On December 30, 2007

The good news is that Will Saletan didn’t include “Black Stupidity” in his end-of-the-year list of “best Human Nature” stories. The bad news is that Saletan is still arou

Women…Wearing Pants!

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On December 12, 2007
More sexist trivia at the Washington Post. In fairness, the Givhan/Milbank clown show doesn’t just apply to Clinton. Somerby — who also correctly points out “the rule of this upper-class clan: Big Dem women are really men. And Big Dem men are just women,” sums up the Post’s coverage of several candidates: 1. An insipid […]

Happy Thanksgiving!

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On November 22, 2007

Back from Canada, but off to bucolic New England to celebrate your phoney-baloney version of Thanksgiving. In the meantime, I have to agree that while probably less destructive to political discourse

The Horror

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On November 18, 2007

The heart sags at the idea of dealing with yet another case of MoDo using her longing for 19th century gender relations to create asinine, content-free negative scripts about the Democratic candidates

Herbert v. Bobo

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On November 13, 2007
Following up on the fine post of his colleague, Bob Herbert tees off (implicitly) on David Brooks’s attempts to whitewash Reagan’s awful record on civil rights and use of rhetorical code to appeal to the white supremacists whose votes were crucial to the post-CRA partisan realignment: Reagan was the first presidential candidate ever to appear […]

Score one for NRO

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On November 3, 2007

Mark Hemingway apparently doesn’t use a spell-checker, but nonetheless — credit where credit is due: In fact, as I’ve theorized for some time now, Dowd’s aimlessness has become so pron

The Madness of MoDo

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On October 31, 2007

Molly Ivors does a good job with the latest bit of vacuous misogyny from Maureen Dowd, whose presence on a major op-ed page remains and will always be an absolute disgrace. A couple more points are wo

Gail Collins: There To Make MoDo and Bobo Look Smart

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On October 27, 2007
I forgot to blog about this on Thursday, but this has to rank as one of the most remarkable recent paragraphs written on the increasingly embarrassing NYT op-ed page: Lately, anti-Huckabee conservatives have been suggesting he’s soft on crime. The story involves an Arkansas man, Wayne DuMond, who was accused of kidnapping and raping a […]
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