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This just in: we won the Iraq War. And for the past eight years George W. Bush kept us safe.

The newspaper industry is falling off a cliff and with it may go much of our civil discourse.

Abe Foxman and Bill Kristol gutlessly attack Bill Moyers and David Grossman.

There's panic in the neocon playground as young liberal Jewish bloggers refuse to be silenced.

Cutting Charlie Rangel loose would prove just how serious Obama is about transforming Washington's toxic culture of self-enrichment.

Once again, the MSM is casting Americans as far less liberal than they actually are.

CBS News and the Washington Post go into overtime expunging liberal bias.

A mighty train of change is coming to Washington: will the insider establishment hop aboard?

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