America's Missing Cukes!
Plus--Mike Huckakis for President?
Radar on Rielle. They have an anonymous source who reports on the reporters with anonymous sources! Works for me (by which I mean it can contribute to the search for the truth, as opposed to being admissable in court or on Matt Yglesias' blog.) ... 2:22 P.M.
Thomas Sowell says what I've been trying to avoid: That the timing of the Armenian "genocide" resolution expresses at least a subconscious impulse by the Congressional Democrats to make sure the Iraq war ends in a deserved humiliation for Bush. Even my staunch anti-Bush friends ask why Speaker Pelosi is doing this now. It's on her head. ... Update: She's wavering? ... 1:48 P.M.
Not like faculty politics--more like student-government politics! LAT's Orwellian blog censorship machination has become so convoluted it's hardly worth the effort to follow anymore. They only think their blogs are important enough to censor! ... 1:39 P.M.
Lehane Award for Arrogant and Unpersuasive 'Fight Back' Spin: Goes to Philippe Reines, who responded to the Gerth-Van Natta report on Hillary's eavesdropping with the following:
"We don't comment on books that are utter and complete failures," said Clinton's press secretary, Philippe Reines.
If it's not on the NYT bestseller list it can't be true! Or is it the Amazon Top 100? Reporters should get Reines to refine his epistemological breakthrough. ... 1:23 P.M.
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