December 3, 2003
What a racket

The Wall Street Journal's John Fund takes a look at the public financing of presidential elections that shells out nearly $1 million to Lyndon Larouche. If that isn't bad enough, he also notes a quirk about the public financing of mayoral elections in New York City. New York's financing system has already produced a windfall […]

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December 3, 2003
Neutrality vs. Antagonism

The Supreme Court yesterday heard oral arguments in the case of a Washington State student who received a merit scholarship that was rescinded after he decided to major in pastoral ministry. In the past, the court has decided that vouchers could legally be awarded to students, even if the students used those vouchers to attend […]

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December 3, 2003
The superior gaming console

Not only is the Xbox the only one to have the incredible Halo. It also stops bullets. Really.

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December 3, 2003

The intelligentsia on the left have often had their fun with gaffes by Republicans from Ronald Reagan to Dan Quayle to George W. Bush. It appears as though Democrat presidential hopeful Howard Dean may give the right a similar opportunity for hilarity. Many have already pointed out Dean's repeated referrals to the Soviet Union as […]

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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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