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Noted without comment. A range of mainstream American publications printed paid propaganda for the government of Malaysia, much of it focused on the campaign against a pro-democracy figure there. The payments to conservative American opinion writers — whose work appeared in outlets from the Huffington Post and  San Francisco Examiner to the Washington Times to National Review and RedState […]

Hackitude on the Gas Tax

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On April 30, 2008

It was bad when Clinton came out and defended John McCain’s gas tax holiday proposal. It was worse when she started attacking Obama for calling the proposal nonsense. What I hadn’t expecte

The coming attacks on Obama?

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On April 3, 2008
So someone has signed me up for a host of wingnut mailing lists. To the merry prankster (if she/he is a reader of this blog): You, your children, and you’re children’s children are banned from this blog for the next three months. Anyway, many people (including myself) have wondered with quiet horror what the coming […]

Campaigns And Rules Matter!

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On February 12, 2008

Josh Patashnik notes the vote-predicting regressions run by Pablano, which suggest that “if a normal campaign had been conducted in Florida just like everywhere else, there would have been a 12-

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