Hannity’s biggest lie

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On June 26, 2004
Anyone with a sick fascination with Fox News or a broken remote control knows that Sean Hannity says a lot of things, and a pretty significant number of them aren’t true. To assert baldly that I’ve found his biggest lie smacks of hyperbole. Still, I’m rather convinced that this is almost certainly it: HANNITY: I […]

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On June 25, 2004
Interesting discussion over at Crooked Timber regarding this story from the Chronicle of Higher Education (thank you, Cathy, for the subscription, although I haven’t actually had the opportunity to read any of them). Apparently, Henry Kissinger has been putting the screws to the editors of Foreign Affairs because they’ve been running a debate on whether or not […]
Atrios’s instincts are right on all counts–Scalia is correct, and that is scary. To provide the background, the decision today in Blakeley is an extension of the Court’s 2000 decision Apprendi v. New Jersey (also written by Scalia), in which the Court ruled that sentences given out by judges and not based on facts submitted to a jury […]
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