Saturday, July 2, 2011

Around the Web

A Madison teacher tells her second- and third-graders that Scott Walker's actions are basically like racial segregation. There's no other word than evil for someone who tries to make small children, who are much too young to understand the issues behind this debate, hate another human being over reasonable policy disputes through vicious, preposterous lies that no sound-minded adult could possibly believe in good faith. 

Thaddeus McCotter is officially in the presidential race. I'm withholding judgment, but given how underwhelming the rest of the GOP field is, I'm certainly willing to be won over if he's got what it takes.

Robert Stacy McCain lays the smack down on a richly deserving scumbag with a history of defaming conservatives. If Taylor was sincerely worried about right-wing bloggers who aid America's moral debasement, he could have started with the pro-choicers. No need to make stuff up.

Glenn Beck says he's not playing the game anymore, and is ready to revolutionize the news and information system. Or something. I'm still skeptical that adding a subscription fee to what he's basically already doing is going to do anything but decrease the number of people he reaches, not increase it.

Fox News Channel's temporary post-Beck show, "The Five," sounds really, really lame. "Hey, let's throw together the C-listers we've got hanging around the studio anyway and call it a show!" (With apologies to Greg Gutfeld.)

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