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Mickey Kaus panic watch

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Kerry leads Bush 51-44, 48-42-4 with Nader. The news isn't all good; Kerry is tied in Wisconsin and behind in Missouri. On the other hand, he's leading (only within MOE) in Ohio, and I think if he takes that it's over. Particularly considering that Nader...

O’Reilly

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On June 9, 2004

Jesse Taylor links to Bill O'Reilly's interview of Ann Coulter. I actually read it, exposing myself to Coulter's drivel for the first time in years. It reads like a parody of RNC spin; even.

Libertarians Are Insane

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Well, not really. Not all of them. Not all the time. I refer to recent flare-up of a discussion about the positive/negative rights distinction. This was started by the esteemed Professor Volokh (who, unlike some of his co-bloggers, is far too sophisticated and non-dogmatic to...

Law v. Partisan Hackdom

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On June 9, 2004

In late 2003, the Colorado Supreme Court struck down the partisan redistricting passed by the Republican legislature, as this redistricting plainly violated the state constitution's mandate that redistricting be performed.

The Final Word

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On June 8, 2004

Jesse Taylor on Christopher Snitchens: Chris Hitchens isn't a useful idiot - he's a useful asshole. He fills a slightly brainier niche than Dennis Miller does, although he's featured the same.

Being Shrill: A Credo

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One strange thing about Stoller's argument about centrist bloggers is that it strikes me as no longer true. Drum, Yglesias, and Marshall have all become much more aggressive and partisan over the last year. I don't think any of them presume competence or good faith...

The political spectrum

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On June 8, 2004

Through See the Forest, I find a link to Matt Stoller's excellent post on different forms of partisanship. I don't think he's entirely fair in his critique of league of wonkish centrist bloggers.

Judy, Judy, Judy

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Needless to say, Michael Massing's NYRB response to the New York Times's pre-war "journalism" is a (depressing) must-read. It's doubly depressing that this opinion wouldn't be written today--not only because there's no Black on the Court, but because our establishment papers censor themselves so well: In the First Amendment...
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