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Gaslighting the Press

from Glenn Reynolds at Instapundit, So things will change. The press’s “insider” status — which it cherishes — is going to fade. (This is producing waves of status anxiety, as are many other Trump-induced institutional changes). And, having abandoned, quite openly, any pretense of objectivity…

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I Miss Breitbart

Tips to Glenn Reynolds and Instapundit

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Why Are Polls So Wrong?

From Bloomberg Megan McArdle writes Pollsters Are Worse Than Ever excerpts: I won’t opine on What It All Means. But let’s talk about the surprise factor: The polls were wrong. And as Nate Silver points out, this seems to be…

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The Ends Justify the Means

Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber admits to deceiving the pubic in order to pass Obamacare.   From The Daily Signal In a newly surfaced video, one of Obamacare’s architects admits a “lack of transparency” helped the Obama administration and congressional Democrats…

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Politicizing Crime

John Fund writes in The National Review, Injudicious Criminal Justice in Florida The prosecutorial misconduct in Zimmerman’s trial reveals a judicial system run amok: Excerpts: Recall that the investigation of Trayvon Martin’s shooting was taken out of the hands of…

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Reynolds’ Laws

Glenn Reynolds is a law professor at the University of Tennessee and the mind behind the highly recommended blog Instapundit Reynolds First Law The government decides to try to increase the middle class by subsidizing things that middle class people…

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Musings 2012 05 06- Kennedy, Warren, Julia, and Neckties

The Life of Julia is a slideshow on the Obama Biden campaign site showing how a fictional composite woman is aided and protected by government programs at every step of her life. There could not be a clearer statement of…

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