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Pity The Billionaires, WSJ Edition
Did Rupert Murdoch write today's editorial defending Tom Perkins? Read more...
U.S. Lobotomized 2,000 Veterans
“They got the notion they were going to come to give me a lobotomy,” says Mr. Tritz, a World War II bomber pilot. “To hell with them.” Read more...
If you've been reading Nooners over the years, you've certainly noticed that one of her favorite moves is to make up a quote by an unnamed "friend" -- usually a "Democrat" -- that happens to hit exactly the partisan point she wants to make. I was Read more...
I figured after a little time off I wouldn't get so sick reading and writing about the twisted minds of the conservative/TeaCrack Party, but I was wrong. Twitter has really fueled their lunatic scribblings. Check this out. John Cole: James Read more...
The WSJ is the voice of the DC-New York GOP establishment, and that voice was crackling with anger and tears on Tuesday. Let's just say right now what voters will be saying in November, once Barack Obama has been re-elected: Republicans deserve Read more...

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Until Murdoch acquired it, the Wall Street Journal was pro-business, but not overtly partisan. Despite his promise of 'journalistic integrity', he's using it as a bully pulpit to get Republicans elected. Evidently his message is being diluted to the Read more...
In the wake of the mortgage meltdown, a dangerous theme is emerging. On its face, it seems perfectly reasonable and even attractive, especially to Read more...
This appeared in the Wall Street Journal, so the article's very sympathetic to employers who say they can't fill job openings. First, let me wipe Read more...
So we'll never really know why she left, because you'd think that Larry Summers would indeed be the one taking the fall (what with him being the p Read more...
$3.8 trillion is such a big number that Sarah Palin can't remember it without writing notes on her hand. In February, Palin found herself the butt Read more...