Tag Archives: Andrew Sullivan

Waterboard Down

I don’t know if you have seen this yet, but Mark Bowden of Black Hawk Down fame has an interesting take on the issue of waterboarding. In the unlikely event that Zubaydah knew nothing of value and that every bit … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Blogger

Andrew Sullivan, one of my favorite bloggers, speaks with Jennie Rothenberg Gritz an associate editor for the Atlantic Online. Read the entire interview, but I really like what he has to say about New Media and the Blogoshphere and how … Continue reading

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The Small Man in Search of a Balcony

Am I stalking Andrew Sullivan? Well, not exactly but he is one clever fellow and I love his blog–even when he’s wrong. Or, as others might like to put it–when we have differing opinions. What? Let’s call a spade a … Continue reading

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Could It Really Be?

I hope this Andrew Sullivan reader; quoted in a post on Sullivan’s blog, is not just someone hoping for the best. Anyone who reads this blog knows most of my screeds are about the former Cheerleader and his band of … Continue reading

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I want to let everyone know that I am Andrew Sullivan’s crack. That doesn’t have the same ring to it I originally thought it might. But imagine going to a a party… Q: So what do you do? A: Oh, … Continue reading

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Drudging up the Clintonistas

Jack Tapper makes an excellent point about HRC and Drudge: The Clinton camp masterfully used the new media world to brush away any serious media coverage of the 5th anniversary of the pre-Iraq-war anti-Iraq-war speech by Sen. Barack Obama, D-Illinois, … Continue reading

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Tipping Point?

Both Andrew Sullivan and Josh Marshall seem to have lost their patience. These are some pretty cool cucumbers. Is something afoot with respect to the future of this War and the former Cheerleader’s administration? Difficult to know for sure, but … Continue reading

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