Author: Scott Lemieux

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The levels of stupidity

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On July 25, 2004
“D-Fence!” “D-Fence!” “Extended warranty? I can’t lose!” “Ayn Rand’s philosophical genius is eclipsed only by Ann Coulter!” This last category, which Moe Sislak (“that’s right–he’s a surgeon!”) didn’t reach, is exemplified by Amber Pawlik. The fine Expos fans at Sadly, No recently linked to this diary entry from the lovely and talented Ms. Pawlik. My favorite passages […]

Good Question

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On July 20, 2004

The best poll yet at the Rittenhouse Review: Who is worse, the more offensive, odious, or objectionable, and limit your thought process not to the inexplicably popular, “Mad About You?” H

This interview, which will be much blogged about–although I can’t see anyone topping Jesse Taylor, so I won’t try. But, really, it’s worth the free ad. Perhaps better, though, is the tale of Saint Ralph’s meeting with the Congressional Black Caucus. For some reason, the CBC isn’t entirely persuaded that a coalition consisting almost entirely of white […]

The Vote

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On July 14, 2004

In the cloture vote today, only 3 Dems crossed: Zig-zag Zell and Nelson, definitive “nominal Democrats,” and Robert Byrd. With Byrd, I’m not sure if it’s some obscure constitu

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