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A Salute to the Enduring Terribleness of Politifact/Punditfact

msnbc.com — Yesterday, I got a note from the folks at Punditfact, an outgrowth of a thing called "Politifact," which markets itself as a civic-minded fact-checking operation, but it's not. Fact-checking is a crucially important part of civic discourse and therefore citizenship, so I've long felt that it's a real shanda that the outfit that markets itself so aggressively as the brand-name provider of fact-checking, is in fact not doing that at all.

Democrats turn to independent candidates for help in mid-terms

tampabay.com — The elections held in a president's sixth year in office do not tend to be a happy thing for that president's party. Over the past century, the party that holds the White House has lost an average of 29 seats in the House in sixth-year midterms.

A year of three-ways

washingtonpost.com — Rachel Maddow hosts MSNBC's "The Rachel Maddow Show" and writes a monthly column for The Post. The elections held in a president's sixth year in office do not tend to be a happy thing for that president's party.

Cocktail Moment: Happy Football Season Spurious-But-Delicious Michelada

msnbc.com — I rushed through the cocktail moment on the air tonight, in order to make sure you got to prison on time. Here's a more orderly explanation of what I was trying to do. (This is a slight variation on a recipe published by Texas Monthly here.) - I've always liked mine a little saltier.

Maddow: Iraq decision belongs to Congress, not White House

denverpost.com — By Rachel Maddow Special to The Washington Post Posted: 06/23/2014 03:15:31 PM MDT Updated: 06/25/2014 02:07:44 PM MDT By the spring of 1975, U.S. combat troops had been gone from Vietnam for two years.

Lawmakers cannot leave Iraq move to White House

delawareonline.com — By the spring of 1975, U.S. combat troops had been gone from Vietnam for two years. But the departure of American troops from Vietnam had not ended the Vietnam War. About a year and a half after U.S. troops left, North Vietnam embarked on what it thought would be a two-year offensive to overrun the South and decisively win the war.

Congress should make call on Iraq

chicagotribune.com — By the spring of 1975, U.S. combat troops had been gone from Vietnam for two years. The country's long involvement there had ended, the draft had been abolished, Richard Nixon had resigned and the Americans who fought there were engaged at home in an uphill battle to have their service recognized and respected, and to redeem promises of veterans care and benefits on which the nation had already started to renege.

Congress is shirking its duty on Iraq

tampabay.com — By the spring of 1975, U.S. combat troops had been gone from Vietnam for two years. But their departure had not ended the Vietnam War. About a year and a half after U.S. troops left, North Vietnam embarked on an offensive to overrun the South.

Congress needs to weigh in on Iraq

miamiherald.com — By the spring of 1975, U.S. combat troops had been gone from Vietnam for two years. The country’s long involvement there had ended, the draft had been abolished, Richard Nixon had resigned and the Americans who fought there were engaged at home in an uphill battle to have their service recognized and respected, and to redeem promises of veterans care and benefits on which the nation had already started to renege.

Congress should make itself heard about U.S. troops in Iraq

washingtonpost.com — By the spring of 1975, U.S. combat troops had been gone from Vietnam for two years. The country's long involvement there had ended, the draft had been abolished, Richard Nixon had resigned and the Americans who fought there were engaged at home in an uphill battle to have their service recognized and respected and to redeem promises of veterans care and benefits on which the nation had already started to renege.
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Oct 20, 2014

Re Seth Moulton, Globe story today: "Let’s just say this attitude isn’t common among politicians" goo.gl/jW91Vt

Oct 20, 2014

"Only his campaign mgr, a former Marine, knew of the awards before we asked. Even his parents didn't know" goo.gl/Xdk135

Oct 19, 2014

As a person who loves all things Wonkette, this is the most Wonkette thing ever - and great news! goo.gl/kP53wV Congrats!

Oct 18, 2014

Looking up unrelated stuff about ebola, randomly came across: goo.gl/8M9uqg Ugh. It's the bad foreshadowing part of the movie.

Oct 17, 2014

It's one thing to say no to a debate. It's another when-as a result-your opponent gets a whole TV hour to himself: goo.gl/ygzmJ3

Oct 17, 2014

Gotta say... I would not have expected the chickens to have such high voices. Shows what I know. #CookerPot goo.gl/akOetn

Oct 17, 2014

"We're gonna keep doin' this until we end up in a big cooker pot. That's how much we love our country" goo.gl/akOetn

Oct 16, 2014

RT @igorvolsky: Vivek Murthy? on.msnbc.com/1rgLNJ4 RT @Acosta: POTUS didn't rule out an Ebola czar during his remarks to press in Oval Office per WH pool.

Oct 16, 2014

"He gave me the option to get out of the ambulance. I wasn't going to leave my patient" goo.gl/jYDdQj

Oct 16, 2014

"My mother brought me into this world free, and I'll give birth to a free baby boy even if it is inside our prisons" goo.gl/jbnrbQ

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