July 30, 2002
"Clinton," "Honest" in same paragraph

Yes, it's another Paul Krugman column. I'll let some bloggers from New Jersey, Tennesee and Alabama address some of the claims of mismanagement that Krugman alleges took place in those states. It must be his training in business and economics, but Krugman repeatedly assumes in his attacks against President (and then-Governor) Bush and the governors […]

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July 9, 2002
Is that a huge lawsuit I hear?

Last week Wendy McElroy took the California Chapter of the National Organization for Women to task for their biased and fundamentally flawed "report" on the injustices suffered by women in family courts. Well, she apparently got deluged with e-mail and there may be some libel suits on the way against some related feminist organizations. A […]

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December 31, 2001
Filling posts

Well, the subject of recess appointments has come up again. With the Congress out of town, Bush can use recess appointments to help staff his administration. This isn't the first time that Congress has been slow in approving a president's nominees. When Clinton was in office, there were delays and fights over nominees. Clinton had […]

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December 1, 2001
Hoyblurbs

Some end-of-the-week hoyblurbs (that's what I'm calling them for now, if you've got a better suggestion please send it my way) from around the Internet, and around the world. Quote of the Day: It's God's job to judge Osama bin Laden; it's the U.S. Marines job to arrange a face-to-face meeting. Was former President Bill […]

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November 30, 2001
Strong stands?

I know it's late, but sometimes the silly things some people say just won't wait until morning. In an interview Thursday morning with CNN's Paula Zahn, Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.) addressed the challenges facing women in Afghanistan. You know during the Clinton administration, we took some very strong stands. We refused to recognize the Taliban. […]

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🧵Please indulge me more on this topic: Yesterday's Bloomberg article misrepresenting Thune's comments on entitlement reform is part of a broader issue:
Most media coverage of Social Security, Medicare & unsustainable debt has long been narrative-driven and, yes, dishonest. (1/)

More broken accountability at the International Fact-Checking Network (@factchecknet) and the @Poynter Institute.

The IFCN allows people to register complaints about the its stable of "verified" signatories to its code of principles. @Google and @YouTube $hould pay attention.
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