December 11, 2003
International law?

Bush is standing by his decision on barring certain "allies" from being primary contractors rebuilding a country they didn't think was important enough to liberate from a brutal tyrant. German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder apparently made some comments that "international law must apply to awarding of contracts." International law? International law dictates how the American taxpayers […]

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December 11, 2003
Another New York Times mistake

From Friday's corrections page: An article in the special Flight section on Tuesday about the aviation designer Burt Rutan misidentified the university from which he graduated. It is California Polytechnic State University, not the California Polytechnic Institute. And don't you forget it! Go Mustangs!

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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):

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New column: Newsom's electric cars nirvana collides with reality- CalMatters https://calmatters.org/commentary/2022/05/electric-cars-california-newsom/

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) https://twitter.com/meetthepress/status/1525821101749714944

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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