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Friday, September 17, 2021

The con man and his peers

Like all con men, Rep. Tom DeLay (R-TX) can’t stop trying to con his way to freedom. He talks out of one side of his mouth claiming to want a quick trial to “clear” himself while seeking a quick decision on his motions to throw the case out of court.

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You’ve got to know when to fold

It’s often noted that politicians hate to admit mistakes. In particular, presidents seem to find it almost impossible to do so, perhaps because admitting error seems to undermine the legitimacy of the enormous power they wield.

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The heroes of Hate City

Here in Hate City, Washington’s partisans plunged themselves this month to record depths of shame-and-blame name-calling over war and peace.

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Schmidt backpedals from Murtha slur

Four days after she nearly caused a brawl on the House floor, a freshman Republican lawmaker said Tuesday she never meant to personally attack a Democratic colleague, who is a decorated former Marine, or suggest he was a coward.

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