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What's "funny" about all the Trump Family Business stories is that...dude, if you're thinking being preznit means you can jack up your hotel rates, you're really dumber than I think. Think big! Once Republicans in Congress make clear (they pretty much...
From: Eschaton | By: Atrios | Wednesday, December 7, 2016
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I'm actually for reporters providing more nuanced portrayals of people who do bad things, but in 2016 there should be a bit more self-awareness in newsroom generally that these treatments are given to relatively privileged white guys, and not young black...
From: Eschaton | By: Atrios | Wednesday, December 7, 2016
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The amazing thing about climate change denialism is that there doesn't seem to be any good reason for it other than tribalism and pissing off liberals. I'm sure the business interests who are capable of fending off any regulation would be more than capable...
From: Eschaton | By: Atrios | Wednesday, December 7, 2016
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I doubt this was even in a Brady Bunch episode, but I had sudden flash vision of Mr. Brady inviting Bobby into his study and informing him that if he rakes the yard and mows the lawn, he'll get another FIFTY CENTS per month in allowance.Proposed policies...
From: Eschaton | By: Atrios | Tuesday, December 6, 2016
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The "best" case scenario for Brexit is one in which wealthy individuals, finance, and other multinationals continue operating as if nothing has changed and everybody else gets screwed. But, hey, just put a flag on it.For weeks after the EU referendum,...
From: Eschaton | By: Atrios | Tuesday, December 6, 2016
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One of my "favorite" things back in the exciting runup to our Great and Glorious Adventure in Iraq is that people who supported the Iraq war were always advising its opponents how they should be opposing it. You know, protesting this way is bad, protesting...
From: Eschaton | By: Atrios | Tuesday, December 6, 2016
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Of course it varies by state a bit, but still I think the "27% would support a child rapist (with video!) if he had an R after his name" is a reasonable rule of thumb which holds even in more liberal states. Even liberal states have a lot of wingnuts....
From: Eschaton | By: Atrios | Tuesday, December 6, 2016
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Trump gets good PR on things he doesn't deserve it for because the media (they did it with Obama too, just not nearly as much as with W and presumably will do with Trump) tend to report things as scripted before taking a second look later.But when something...
From: Eschaton | By: Atrios | Tuesday, December 6, 2016
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Who can keep track of time when the sun disappears at like 3:30.
From: Eschaton | By: Atrios | Monday, December 5, 2016
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I will be joining No Labels as Blog Outreach Coordinator in order to help circulate our policy agenda, just as soon as we figure out what the fuck it is. Figure it'll be an easy gig (no work) for another 20 years or so.
From: Eschaton | By: Atrios | Monday, December 5, 2016
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I think it's cute (well, perhaps not the best word for it) when politicians (and the media) fight about which policies create the most jayyuubs. Yes more jobs are better than fewer, and the more we inch towards full employment (unemployment a bit lower...
From: Eschaton | By: Atrios | Monday, December 5, 2016
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The first election I have an adultish memory/perspective of was Bush/Dukakis 1988. I was 16. The Bush/Gore election was 16 years ago. In 1988 the "16 years ago" election was Nixon/McGovern in 1972. I was a more informed than average teen, but I doubt...
From: Eschaton | By: Atrios | Monday, December 5, 2016
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Months ago I was grumpy one day and decided to distill all of my campaign criticisms down to one post, which I'd post-date until the day after the election and then we'd all hopefully have a good laugh at how wrong I was. A couple of days later I got...
From: Eschaton | By: Atrios | Monday, December 5, 2016
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I wonder what they're doing.After nearly a year of a complete absence of hard hats and boots on the ground at the Meadowlands Sports Complex site (outside of the white-collar workers in the trailers on the periphery of the project), I found six or eight...
From: Eschaton | By: Atrios | Monday, December 5, 2016
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So a guy shows up to Comet Pizza with a gun because of this...DC Police: Man arrested at Comet Ping Pong pointed firearm at an employee who then fled. Fired the gun inside the restaurant https://t.co/awWRGrySHs— Brandon Wall (@Walldo) December 5, 2016...
From: Eschaton | By: Atrios | Monday, December 5, 2016
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