The lengths Politifact will go to

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I’ve noted before that Politifact.com, despite its Pulitzer Prize and its claims of nonpartisanship, nonetheless does what it can to shield President Obama as best it can from having to call one of his hundreds of campaign promises “broken.” That trend has continued. As I noted last week, Democrats in Congress had assailed Obama for […]

Miguel Estrada writes

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Miguel Estrada was the brilliant conservative lawyer that the Hispanic-friendly Democrats in the Senate filibustered after President Bush nominated him to the D.C. Appeals court early in his first term out of fear that he would later be on the short list for any Supreme Court vacancy. Democrats succeeded. But thankfully Estrada is not constrained […]