August 18, 2008
WSJ on Obama vs. Clarence Thomas

At Saturday's Civil Forum, Obama said one Supreme Court jurist that he would not have appointed is Clarence Thomas. No surprise there. And it would've likely been a non-story if Obama had kept his criticism to the fact that he disagrees with Thomas' judicial philosophy. But Obama wasn't quite smart enough to limit his remarks […]

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August 18, 2008
Running the numbers

Washington Post ombudsman Deborah Powell has crunched the numbers -- both in photos and words -- and it should come as little surprise that Obama is getting substantially more photos and stories than his GOP rival. The explanations are predictable, and to some extent may be true. But, as Howell acknowledges, it doesn't look good.

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August 18, 2008
On human rights, rights and morals

Prompted by the post below, I want to just touch on a couple of human-rights related issues. The first one is prompted by Obama's claim that the issue of when babies deserve human rights (or put another way, when does human life begin) is "above my pay grade." Think about that answer with regard to […]

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August 18, 2008
Obama's shame, Pt. 3

After calling the National Right-to-Life Committee -- and others who have repeated the group's claims that Obama opposed the Illinois version of the Born-Alive Infant Protection Act -- liars. An Obama spokesman came out yesterday and confessed that there is only one liar -- and his name is Barack Obama. His campaign yesterday acknowledged that […]

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August 18, 2008
Cone of silence scandal

I've mentioned before that Sen. Barack Obama's performance at Saturday evening's Civil Forum on the Presidency at Saddleback Church was noticably inferior to that of John McCain. Where Obama paused, uhhh'd and stumbled his way through much of the evening, McCain appeared in his element and much better composed. Obama's people have taken these disparate […]

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I continue to be annoyed by online media companies skimping on the copy editors.

If you disagree, we may feud over the issue.

Is it true that Adam Schiff used his official position as House Intelligence Chair to subpoena the phone records of a journalist?

#PolitiFactThis #FactCheckThis @GlennKesslerWP @ddale8 @asharock @YLindaQiu @factcheckdotorg @ReutersFacts

Sounds dangerous, right @Acosta?

Sen. Marsha Blackburn @MarshaBlackburn

Adam Schiff used his official position as House Intelligence Chair to subpoena the phone records of a journalist and the top Republican on his committee.

Then he released the records to intimidate his opponents.

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