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Daily Archives: September 14, 2008
The Pew polling organization released a rather sobering piece of news this week. Nearly two out of three white, Southern evangelicals are okay with the American government using torture to obtain information from suspected terrorists. Money quote: A new poll released … Continue reading
“Drill, Baby, Drill” or “Lie, Baby, Lie”? Sarah Palin Continues to Repeat Lies That Have Been Thoroughly Debunked in the Press
Salon.com reports that, in a Republican rally on Saturday in Nevada, Sarah Palin continues to make reference to things that, elsewhere, have been debunked as falsehoods: In her 20-minute stump speech, Palin reprised the greatest hits of her Republican National … Continue reading
The Moral Obligation, in this Hour, to Tell the Truth: Andrew Sullivan on What Obama Supporters Must Do Between Now and Election Day
The Atlantic’s Andrew Sullivan, at his blog: We cannot control these despicable liars in the McCain campaign. We can only tell the truth as fearlessly and as relentlessly and as continuously as we can until November 4. We must do … Continue reading
Memo to Sarah Palin: This is What Democracy Looks Like. A Good Exhange Between Bill O’Reilly and Barack Obama on Taxes
Barack Obama does an extended sit-down interview, where he receives tough questions, from Bill O’Reilly. Sarah Palin needs to start doing the same, and with people who aren’t necessarily sympathetic toward her. This is what democracy looks like:
Is John McCain’s VP pick, Sarah Palin, an alien? She moves around in an impervious capsule of far-right media rectitude—and that’s kind of like how an alien would move around, ensconsed in an armored machine, safe from anything unpredictable that it couldn’t … Continue reading
“I do not pretend to know where many ignorant men are sure”: Clarence Darrow, the Famous Lawyer Who Defended John Scopes in the 1925 “Scopes Monkey Trial,” on His Agnosticism
Clarence Darrow (1857-1938) on his agnosticism: I do not consider it an insult, but rather a compliment, to be called an agnostic. I do not pretend to know where many ignorant men are sure. Source: The Quotable Atheist (Huberman 2007, … Continue reading