December 2, 2003

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals is overturned again.

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December 2, 2003
I can't make this up

The New York Times news article on the faux Middle East peace plan includes this from former president and Nobel Peace Prize winner Jimmy Carter: Mr. Carter, defeated in his quest for re-election by Ronald Reagan in 1980, speculated that "had I been elected to a second term, with the prestige and authority and influence […]

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December 2, 2003
Left-wing "intelligence" failures

Eugene Volokh has a succinct roundup of some pretty hilarious anti-Bush stupidity. As readers doubtless recall, writer Wayne Madsen wrote a column on the left-wing counterpunch site that began by roundly ridiculing President Bush for showing up for Thanksgiving dinner with the troops at 6 a.m. Eastern time. "I would have thought most of the […]

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December 2, 2003
It's the thought that counts

The New York Times comes out in support of the faux peace plan for the Middle East. Scroll down for the link to Charles Krauthammer's explanation of why this is a very bad idea.

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December 2, 2003
Lies, Inc.

If it's possible to give trial lawyers a bad name, then Erin Brockovich and Edward Masry are doing a dang good job of it.

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December 2, 2003
God on campus

The Boston Globe's Sunday magazine has an in-depth article on the growth of evangelical Christianity on campuses including MIT and Harvard. Unfortunately, the piece is written much like one might try to describe or explain an enclave of aliens from Omicron-Persei Five. In the wake of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court decision requiring the state […]

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What kind of #consistency can we expect from the fact-checking professionals at PolitiFact?

The inconsistent kind (how it started, how it's going):


New column: Newsom's electric cars nirvana collides with reality- CalMatters

This is clever framing to preserve the narrative without actually touching what’s at stake.

Here’s what the poll actually says:

📊 37% say abortion should be “always legal” (preserving Roe)
📊 60% say there should be limits on abortion (which would overturn Roe)

Meet the Press@MeetThePress

BUT abortion is now center stage:

60% say abortion should be legal all or most of the time — the highest ever in our polls — versus 37% who say it should illegal all or most of the time.

And abortion has now become the TOP issue for single-issue voters.

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