"One lie I corrected was this big."Timothy Naftali, the George H.W. Bush biographer and respected historian the National Archives chose to run the Richard Nixon Library and Museum in Yorba Linda after the disgraced 37th president's loyalists from a private foundation first built and operated the ... More >>
Media Matters, the nonprofit, Web-based, progressive research and
information center "dedicated to comprehensively monitoring, analyzing
and correcting conservative misinformation in the U.S. media," discovered that Slate.com used a dubious source for an article that asked, "Are a small number o ... More >>
Wikipedia CommonsTariq RamadanWhat the American Islamic Forum for Democracy derides as the "Tariq
Ramadan American Islamist Victory Tour 2010" includes a May stop
near Disneyland, where American Muslims are being warned by the self-described liberty lovers to "be on guard" as the Swiss academic ... More >>
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Now you see Washingtonpost.com's Dana Milbank, now you don't.
A couple Washingtonpost.com comedi-hacks caught heck for their video that suggested the proper beverage to serve Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the recent White House beer summit would ... More >>
Only Slate.com has the guts to get to the question on everyone's mind now that Michael Jackson has passed to the Great Beyond:Would it be easier to moonwalk on the moon?"The Explainer" Brian Palmer reveals the shocking answer:Absolutely not. While the lunar gravitational environment--which exerts
ro ... More >>
Slate.com reports that LoJack, the company that brought the world tracking devices for cars, is getting into the business of tracking "people at risk of wandering, including those with Alzheimer's, autism, Down syndrome and dementia."The Alzheimer's market looks pretty lucrative. LoJack anticipates ... More >>
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I can't find Letters to the Editor, archives, or the Film Review bank on your new site. Where have these features gone?
Two places for ... More >>