Wednesday, August 27, 2003

Molly Ivins on the Wall Street Journal "The Journal, in addition to meretricious arguments, vast leaps over relevant stretches of fact and history, and an awesome ability to bend any reality to its preconceived ideological ends, also offers that touch of je ne sais quoi, that ludicrous dogmatism that never fails to charm."

Wicked and accurate. I like most of the WSJ, but the editorial pages are so awful that I refuse to subscribe.

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