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Examines whether or not:

"Liberalism is dying"

"But if I were a left-of-center Pej, I would be worried about all of the lost time when it came to implementing my ideas and ideology. If you don't want to think of liberalism as being 'dead,' that's fine. Think of it instead as being your star basketball player and in the kind of foul trouble that limits his play for a couple of quarters. Think of all the points you could have scored if said star basketball player were in the game, or all the points you could have prevented the other side from scoring."

INDC Journal-

Looks at the non-controversy over Brit Hume's reporting:

"The Real (New) Deal on FDR's Social Security Quote"

"Though the lefty blogger interpretation by lefty bloggers that Hume's implication is misleading is reasonable, and the final piece of legislation was more similar to today's Social Security than Bush's proposed changes, Hume's specific mention was, in fact, a 100% accurate recitation of FDR's stated intent for Social Security."


On the new liberal debate strategy:

"Lefty Loon Throws Shoe At Richard Perle"

"For those of you still clinging to hope the Democratic party can ever again represent the mainstream, do you give up yet?"

A Certain Slant of Light-

Notes that some Democrats are really taking this "count every vote" thing a little too far:

"Hillary Moves Back To The Left"

"In what must be the gravitational pull of leftist politics, Hillary Rodham Clinton, the erstwhile junior Senator of New York and all-but-certain Demoratic Party nominee for a presidential run in 2008, forgot herself (and her recent moves to the center) and has come out early in support of ex-felons! Yes! Ex-felons."


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