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The Palin Question

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On September 4, 2009
The possibility that McCain’s choice of Palin really did significantly affect the 2008 elections is one I find genuinely fascinating. The question is obviously a good example of the fact that it’s essentially impossible to prove social science hypotheses involving causation, with the small number of trials making things even more difficult. What’s interesting about […]

Palin-LaRouche 2012! Or would that be LaRouche-Palin?

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On August 12, 2009
Suzy Khimm offers some thoughts on the presence of LaRouchites along the midways of various health care town halls. The LaRouchies’ logic seems virtually indistinguishable from the current right-wing fear-mongering. “Citizens are receiving Hitler-era ‘reasons’ for why they must accept drastic medical cutbacks, sickness, and death,” LaRouche writes on his site. “For example, you must […]

Make it Stop

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On August 1, 2009

So I left Alaska about a month ago to embark upon a violent, multi-time zone bender a prolonged vacation, happy in the knowledge that the de-Palinization of the state would be more or less complete wh

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What would we be without wishful thinking?

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On July 4, 2009
Glenn Beck is funny:Seriously, what sort of “creative extremism” is Palin supposed to practice now that she’s gone Galt on Alaska and thrown off the gubernatorial shackles? Will she ride a unicycle? Wander the land holding a giant puppet? I must confess that I don’t understand why folks are straining to find some sort of […]

No There There II

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On July 3, 2009

While we wait for Noon’s on-the-scene reportage, I thought I’d mention that I agree with Steve’s take on the Purdum article; it’s either stuff you already know or not very damn

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