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Quote of the Day

“The Science of Liberty.” How’s that for a definition of political science? Timothy Ferris at HuffPo: Science is inherently antiauthoritarian: If a theory fails experimental test it doesn’t matter how smart or powerful its proponents may be. Science is also … Continue reading

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Following Paul Krugman on Twitter so you can, too, I caught his blog post on Faux business Channel: I gather that Fox Biz has managed to push up its morning ratings by hiring that great financial guru Don Imus. But … Continue reading

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Deus Ex Malcontent on TIME Magazine writer David Von Drehle’s fawning comparison of Glenn Beck to Howard Beale: “Beale raged against the artificial; Beck is the artificial.” Meanwhile, dday has found a remarkably prescient video from Kids In The Hall … Continue reading

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Zandar Versus the Stupid on Sarah Palin: It’s indicative of just how far the conservative brand has fallen. There are folks out there that will believe anything at this point just to keep from coming to grips with Barack Obama … Continue reading

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Blogger Yves at Naked Capitalism: “Consulting my Divine Comedy, I find lobbyists are relegated to the eighth circle of hell no matter how you cut and slice it, as either flatterers (second bolgia) or false advisors (bolgia 8) or falsifiers … Continue reading

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“I love the folks who helped get us in this mess and then suddenly say, ‘Well, this is Obama’s economy,’” the president told an outdoor crowd at Macomb Community College, veering off his scripted words. “That’s fine. Give it to … Continue reading

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