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Socialism for Billionaires

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On September 24, 2008

From each according to his abilities, to each according to his socio-economic status. Update: Matt Millen was just fired. It’s clear that certain trenchant media criticisms in this time of econo

Now this is impressive

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On September 23, 2008

Bush’s approval rating has sunk to 19% in the latest ARG poll. That’s lower than Nixon’s the week he resigned. Probably the most telling stat in the breakdown is that Dubya has an 8%

From Louis XIV to George W. Bush

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On September 21, 2008
Here, in just 32 words, is a summation of the state of American democracy in our time: “Decisions by the Secretary pursuant to the authority of this Act are non-reviewable and committed to agency discretion, and may not be reviewed by any court of law or any administrative agency.” Translation: Congress will take $700 billion […]

The end of the affair

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On September 19, 2008

Shorter Elizabeth Drew: Me and John McCainWe had a thingGoin’ on Drew becomes the latest in the increasingly long line of journalists to walk out on the news media’s longest-running illici

McCain campaign: Our candidate is crazy, not senile

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On September 18, 2008
This story is getting better all the time. It’s pretty clear from the interview that McCain is a very tired old man who was having trouble concentrating, while being interviewed by a native Spanish speaker with an accent who was speaking pretty fast. And even though she asked him four separate times if he would […]
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My Todd Collins fetish

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On September 17, 2008
I confess to being a little obsessed with Todd Collins. Who is Todd Collins you may well ask? At present, he a backup QB for Washington’s NFL team, where he is being paid $3 million per season over the next three years to not play football. Collins has, I believe, the unique distinction of spending […]

When PUMAs attack

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On September 17, 2008

Prominent Hillary Rodham Clinton supporter who recently married a very elderly billionaire, thus becoming an expatriate Baronness, endorses McCain, while decrying Obama’s elitism. OK, to be fair

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