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Hackthat

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On May 9, 2012
It’s hardly news that Douthat is an irredeemable hack, but this piece about Obama and gay marriage drove me crazy. Indeed, if you accept the framing of the debate that many liberals (and many journalists) embrace, then you have to acknowledge that President Obama has spent the last four years lying to the American people […]
Here we see example #520 of villagers gnashing their teeth and rending their garments when Democratic voters elect real Democrats over the kind of Republican-lite Democrats political elites think they should vote for. Where is the bipartianship? Won’t somebody think about the children? Of course, this law only applies to Democrats and possibly New England […]

Attention

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On April 13, 2012

It’s great that an essentially accurate comment about the wife of a plutocrat has started to attract the national attention away from the murder of Trayvon Martin. We need to get back to priorit

Hack of the Day

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On April 6, 2012
Bobo. …Jamelle has more.   The basic con Brooks is running for the Ryan budget is that because Ryan refuses to specify the specific cuts that would flow from his plan for upper class tax cuts and increased defense spending, it’s not fair for anyone to point out anything that would need to be cut. It’s […]

The Definitive Instapundit

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On March 24, 2012
Shorter Differently phrased Glenn Reynolds: “As the blogosphere’s preeminent gun nut, I’ve been strangely silent about the Martin killing. However, I want to make it clear that this is good for Republicans, because it will remind people that the president is black and, also, there are protests by other black people. Actual vigilante killings of […]

Cable News

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On March 19, 2012

It’s rare that I would look to the New York Times for a decent critique of American news reporting, but this is pretty good: When 24-hour news channels debuted, we wondered how they’d fill up

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