The Moment Where Charles Pierce Obliterates Ross Douthat

Simply put, Elaine Pagels has forgotten more about the events surrounding the founding of Christianity, including the spectacular multiplicity of sects that exploded in the deserts of the Middle East at the same time, […]

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We Won’t Have Newt Gingrich to Kick Around Anymore

“I’m going to be the nominee.” – Newt Gingrich

Breaking from CNN…

Newt Gingrich will officially end his bid for the Republican presidential nomination and formally express his support for Mitt Romney next week, two sources […]

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Ann Romney’s Mitt-ism

“I love the fact that there are women out there who don’t have a choice and they must go to work and they still have to raise the kids. Thank goodness that we value […]

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Obama Slow Jams the News with Fallon

Fan of Jimmy Fallon here.

There’s a reason Obama has solid likable numbers.

Naming “Groundhog Day” as a favorite movie does date him. It also illustrates priorities, because Obama’s a man who could get […]

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Mitt’s Twist on Reagan

After winning 5 states in a walk, Mitt Romney made his case and it was all economics. It wasn’t pretty, but it drove home his point. Then there was this:

Four years ago […]

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Is Newt Still Around?

It’s primary Tuesday and Newt Gingrich is hanging on by his pudgy little fingers. But for how much longer?

Newt Gingrich hinted he may withdraw from the presidential race if he has a poor […]

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It’s Not ‘Walking While White,’ It’s the Rodney King Syndrome

“Justice for Trayvon” mob beatings are now a rising cause for the right, with a horrific crime leaving one man in critical condition.

Elevating “walking while white” is the most absurdly tortured false equivalency someone […]

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The Sex Issue: FP’s Phenomenal Coverage of Women & the Uproar It’s Causing

Everybody should be talking about this. The future of the Middle East turns on it, as does the entire globe.

If you don’t know anything about foreign policy, this is your primer. It sets […]

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Romney Gets ‘Rare and Coveted’ Gepetto Check for Buffet Rule Attack

From Glenn Kessler:

The fiscal year 2013 federal budget is projected to have $3.803 trillion in outlays. So, dividing $5 billion into that figure, you end up with the Buffett Rule covering 0.131 percent of […]

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