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Cleaning Up the Nation

Austin Bay:

If Air America were a conservative radio network its corrupt funding trail and cynical abuse of a poverty program would be front page news at the NY Times and full-time mega-scandal at

Rank Materialism

Freedom. I am now the proud new owner of a Gateway 6020GZ laptop, perfect for students and others with limited means. I can now go into a Starbucks or a Barnes & Noble and look like I'm doing some

Fallujah Fonda

Uh-oh. From the Telegraph comes this exciting news:

Jane Fonda is returning to anti-war activism and embarking on a cross-country tour to call for an end to US military operations in Iraq.

Acros

John Pilger: Partner in Terrorism

In an outrageous piece of terrorist propaganda appearing on the cover of today's New Statesman, John Pilger puts the blame for the 7/7 London attacks not on the terrorists, but rather on Tony Blair:

Keeping the Faith

The LA Times's Tim Rutten writes (rr):

One might have thought that [Rather's] defense reached a low point when he aired an interview with Killian's 86-year-old former secretary in which she said she did not believe the documents were authentic but that they did accurately reflect what was happening with Bush at the time.

Truth through forgery — now there's a novel concept.

Rather, meanwhile, told the New York Times on Thursday, "This story is true. I believe in the authenticity of the documents."

And there you have it: faith-based reporting.

Faith-based reporting? Sounds like something I wrote called Faith-Based Journalism. (Not that he's stealing from me or anything.)

(Via Glenn.)

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