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On July 6, 2004
Always nice to see Rupert Murdoch enterprises look stupid. Actually, they almost always looks stupid if you’re paying attention, so I guess I mean it’s nice to see them fuck up so obviously.

Thank God

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On July 6, 2004

Let me just say that ever since I said to leave Kerry alone and not worry about the VP pick, I’ve slowly become less and less confident I was right to suggest we trust him. I fully expected the

An interesting post by Ezra Klein mounting some measure of defense for Gephardt. As for the substantive merits of Gephardt, he has a point; I certainly don’t have the animus toward Gephardt that Matt Yglesias does. A lot of liberal centrists, though they’re (more or less) on the right side of the issue share the tendency […]
From the front page of the web home of The Weekly Standard: Fahrenheit 9/11 connects dots that aren’t there. by Matt Labash. Then, all of four stories down: There was a Saddam-Osama connection and we’re learning more every day. by Stephen F. Hayes Wait, it gets better if you keep scrolling: A Weekly Standard exclusive: Vice […]

McMurtry

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On July 4, 2004

First question: how many ‘reviews’ of Bill Clinton’s book does the NYT plan on running? We’re up to three now, by my count. Second question: How many times does Larry McMurtry

Pathetic

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On July 4, 2004

Picking the very worst moment in Nader’s Press the Meat interview this morning is easy, despite the reiteration of sizist attacks on Michael Moore. To paraphrase: Q: The Congressional Black Ca

A Winnable Fight

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On July 3, 2004
Good evaluation of veep candidates at TAP online. The Gephardt critiques are nothing new, but show that the hostility isn’t just limited to free traders. The Graham piece is a good one; if anything, I’d prefer Gephardt. The most important report is on Vilsack; they actually make a pretty good case. One thing that comes up when […]

Making sense of Rove

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On July 3, 2004

It’s becoming clear that while the Bush campaign has spent an awful lot of money on ads, they don’t appear to have gotten much in return. This is, of course, good news, but it also raises

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