McMurtry

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On July 4, 2004

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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.

Pathetic

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On July 4, 2004

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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 Caucus met.

A Winnable Fight

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In General
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On July 3, 2004
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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...

No tax cut left behind

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In Robert Farley
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On July 2, 2004
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From Suburban Guerilla via Political Animal: A U.S. Census Bureau study shows that Texas again ranks last in the percentage of high school graduates. The study released Tuesday shows that 77 percent of Texans age 25 and older had a high school degree in 2003, the same percentage as...

Terry Malloy

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On July 2, 2004

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Moment of silence for the late, great Marlon Brando. A Streetcar Named Desire On the Waterfront The Young Lions Julius Caesar The Godfather Last Tango in Paris Apocalypse Now The Freshman The Score.

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