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This Is What’s Wrong With The News Media’s Political Coverage

From Wednesday’s Boston Globe big wet kiss to only-Doug-Rubin-knows-for-sure U.S. Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren: In an hourlong interview, she spoke often of the now-familiar story of her humble roots in Oklahoma. Her parents struggled financially, almost losing their home after … Continue reading

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William Safire, Rest in Prose

Nice sendoff to William Safire in Monday’s New York Times: a respectable (although not Grade A) obit, and a reprint of Safire’s final op-ed column from Jan. 24, 2005. Headlined “How to Read a Column,” Safire’s swan song starts this way: … Continue reading

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