A question for those who still cling, against all evidence and reason to the myth of the liberal media: Why is it that Billy Carter and Roger Clinton were covered.
Today he treats us to a meandering, obvious article about the vacuity of all the 'values' discourse eminating from the Kerry-Edwards campaign. He notes with with some sadness that that.
The NLRB decided today, in a 3-2, straight party-line vote, to claim that since graduate students are students, they are therefore not employees, even if they perform labor services in exchange.
Lesson #1: Frequently preface your comments with random non-sequitors meant to imply some sort of contradiction or inconsistency in the candidates position. Logic or plausibility not necessary. While this can.
This is an anonymous source, so we can't draw too much from this, but I'm hoping this'll start a trend of FNC whistleblowers. And the emailer is exactly right that as.
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.
In the process of tepidly defending the indefensible, Rich Lowry gets something (mostly) right: Andrew Sullivan has been playing increasingly tendentious word games with the labels he applies to supporters and opponents.
In Slate today, more thoughts on Cosby's unfortunate recent remarks. Debra Dickerson doesn't really have all that much to say; this article meanders a fair bit but doesn't really seem to have.