Monthly Archives: July 2012

Bipartisanship isn’t

So this article from TPM came across my news feed today. Allow me to take a moment to deconstruct:   Wisconsin state Sen. Tim Cullen quit the Democratic caucus Tuesday — throwing a cloud of uncertainty over the party’s narrow … Continue reading

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Politics Is Warfare, or How I Learned The Meaning Of False Balance

Let me tell you something about liberals: we really are decent people. The problem is that regressives aren’t. Not only that, but regressives are so indecent as to hide their own indecency, or apologize for it by making up claims … Continue reading

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WTF, TAM?

TAM happened. Because I can’t afford to go to Vegas, can’t afford TAM, don’t particularly like lots of people and heat, and don’t find Vegas particularly fun, I didn’t go. And I’m damn glad I didn’t. First Harriet Hall showed … Continue reading

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Spot the difference

This bit of libertarian disingenuity brought to you by Micheal Shermer.

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Open letter to people who wonder why us feminists are so angry

Hi. It appears that you’ve walked into a discussion about feminism on the internet, asked some questions and now are looking on in consternation at what appear to be some fairly hostile responses telling you to do some fucking research … Continue reading

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Ron Paul Bingo

I got bored and made this. Feel free to have fun with it.

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False Balance, or Why We Make Fun of the #FTBullies Hashtag

Ophelia Benson linked this article from the New Statesman about Anita Sarkeesian today (TRIGGER WARNING: rape, violence, abuse, and overall toxic misogyny described therein). Here’s what caught my eye the most: Hate sites These take a couple of forms: either … Continue reading

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