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I Hate To Tell You, But…

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On March 19, 2012
Having heard that a certain blogger seems to think that Stanley Fish is a representative figure of the American left [to be clear, it’s G*oldst*ein, not Maha, who’s making this mistake] I can’t resist quoting Terry Eagleton again: It is one of the minor symptoms of the mental decline of the United States that Stanley […]
Shorter Verbatim Susan Collins: “I feel I have to vote for the Blunt amendment with the hope that its scope will be further narrowed and refined as the legislative process proceeds.” Oh. One wonders if this justification is intentionally incoherent, so that the Maine voters who inexplicably think they’re sending a “moderate” to Washington can […]

Tweety on JFK

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On February 27, 2012

David Greenberg with a classic take-down of Chris Matthews’ ridiculous new biography of JFK. The whole thing is a must-read, but essentially Greenberg notes that Matthews dreams of an uber-mascu

Two Hacks, Beat as One

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On February 24, 2012
Andrew Revkin is getting defensive over the backlash against his hack job on Peter Gleick leaking the Heartland documents. Revkin has pulled out the big guns to make us stop–the notoriously ethical Megan McArdle!!! [7:37 p.m. | Updated | I’ve been remiss in not pointing out the important reporting of Megan McArdle of The Atlantic […]
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