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New York Times Columnist Line of the Day

If you’re one of the three people who reads this here premier “web log,” you may have once checked out the New York Times op-ed page. 95 more words


Foul Balls

“The left is doing what they always do when their policies fail: make everything about race, instead. If the Obama presidency itself is what’s failing, then his whole presidency—the one that was supposed to usher in a post-racial era—must be all about race, too.” …

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One Year, 110 Posts, and Counting

It’s Not Me, Right? is now a year old. I have such fun writing those posts that I just wanted to say Thank You to those who tell me you like to read them. 811 more words


Who needs the truth when you've got the microphone?

Maureen Dowd writes in the New York Times (“Here Comes Nobody,” May 19) that the Catholic Church hierarchy is intolerant, shudders that “fringe groups” protest the honors bestowed on Kathleen Sebelius by Georgetown University, and cites Mario Cuomo on church history. 625 more words

Dems in Distress - NYTimes


March 15, 2014

WASHINGTON — Scott Brown, the Republican who admitted he wore pink leather shorts on his first date with his wife-to-be, is back. 15 more words


Copy Cat (W10)

In 2009, respected columnist Maureen Dowd of New York Times was accused of plagiarizing from Josh Marshall, editor of TalkingPointsMemo.com. Dowd posted her column about a week after Josh had posted his, claiming that she “didn’t read his blog” and had no “idea he had made that point” until someone told her (Dowd 2009). 285 more words

Women in Film: A Story from the Indie Trenches

It was a joyful scene on the set of A Sort of Homecoming Sunday night – we wrapped principal photography on time and largely on budget – and celebrated the fact that several of our actors and one of our producers played roles in the night’s Best Picture Oscar winner, “12 Years a Slave.” 467 more words