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"Revisionism"

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On September 24, 2009
Perhaps the funniest (although certainly not the most disturbing) part of Glenn Back’s racist analysis of the 14th Amendment is his claim that to interpret the clause “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside” […]

This pretty much nails it. Meanwhile, some more on the man who will be the Republican point man on judicial nominations: Figures recalled one occasion in which the Justice Department’s Civil Rig

"Thank God, right?"

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On February 3, 2009

This extensive list of relevant quotes from Bill “O’Racist” O’Reilly leaves out one of my favorite examples: In THE FACTOR “Follow-Up” Segment tonight, we’ve

A Story About Nothing

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On October 4, 2008

Just in case you had some strange compulsion to read the thing, Benen identifies the important part of the Times‘ lengthy attempt to indulge winger guilt-by-distant-association games with Obama

Just Say No To Crack

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On July 10, 2008

In light of Flint’s attempt –and I mean, you can understand the priority, what with all of the city’s economic and serious quality-of-life problems a thing of the past and — to

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