Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Alito Is Confirmed for Supreme Court in 58-42 Vote - New York Times

I only want to preserve this characterization by the writer.

"...His detractors say he has consistently sided with big government and big business, and that he does not believe a woman has a right to an abortion...."

He sided with "big government"?

Thursday, January 26, 2006

The Corner on National Review Online: "BYE-BYE, ESTABLISHMENT [John Podhoretz]
The editorial in the New York Times today, advocating a filibuster against Samuel Alito even though it acknowledges said filibuster would fail, is a watershed moment. Of course the Times editorial page has positioned itself firmly on the Left, and of course it has become an intellectual embarrassment ever since Gail Collins became its editor (Collins is quite possibly the dumbest person ever to run a major editorial page in this country). But its decision yesterday to take an editorial position that could have been a dailykos diary entry -- the editorial is titled 'Spineless Senators,' to give you a sense of its tone -- should thrill all of us who think America will be better off with a less influential New York Times. How can it stand as the spokesman of the Establishment when it is expressly advocating quixotic and pointless obstructionism?
Posted at 10:37 AM"

I thought I was the only one who noticed the decrease in intellectual rigor since Gail Collins took over.

There is just not much brains there. I may go so far as I say that Collins is not far from the average intelligence. Certainly no more than one sigma away - in the psotive direction.

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