The Reality-Based Community’s *Having* a Breakdown?
I suppose that Mark Hemingway’s Corner post title is technically possible – but from where I’m sitting the quote-unquote ‘reality-based community’ started their breakdown some time around 12 noon on the Wednesday after Election Day 2002. They expected to win seats back then, not lose them – and the disconnect between their expectations and objective reality drove many of them quite, quite that. After almost | Read More »
I’m sorry. Red Dawn shouldn’t be on this list.
I’ve seen Red Dawn more times than I can count when I was a kid, and this is back in the day when that meant watching it on VHS, but ye gods and little fishes! – that movie was awful. I don’t care what NRO thinks. Personally, I’d add Iron Man to the list, but only because doing so thoroughly mocks the antiwar movement’s ultimately | Read More »
The CNN attempts to slip something by the National Review:
Sorry: as the AoSHQ notes, it’s National Review, not “The” National Review. A little point, but then this is a post about inaccuracy in reporting. As above, so below – if you’ll forgive me for going all Hermetic over it. Anyway, CNN flubbed an article on Palin’s bringing up the perfectly accurate observation that Obama’s been palling about with domestic terrorists by suggesting that National | Read More »