The Daily Beast just can’t get enough of the “extremist!” meme. Today they have not one, but two articles proclaiming that this week’s suicide/plane attack on a Texas office building is a sign of growing far-right mania. Reading Joe Stack’s own manifesto and Michelle Horstman’s reaction to it should provide an antidote for that smear, [...]
February 19, 2010 By Calvin Freiburger 51107Leave a CommentSo+Now+We%E2%80%99re+Dictators%2C+Too%3F2010-02-19+22%3A11%3A41Calvin+Freiburgerhttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.newsrealblog.com%2F%3Fp%3D34593
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Political excess and an unpopular agenda paved the way for Scott’s Brown’s improbable Senate victory.
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