Maybe Matt Stoller has a point after all. The generally excellent Kevin Drum has a very strange post defending Reagan kicking off his campaign in Philadelphia, MS. As Drum half-concedes several time
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 thi
The general makes a plea re: CNN’s “news” coverage.
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
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
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 f
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 th
I’m making my weekly check of Senate race wagers over at tradesports, and I make an odd discovery–David Vitter (R)’s chances of taking Breaux’s seat have gone from 35 to 70% i