"It is hard to imagine the electoral reckoning that would follow the implementation of this law."
Ezra Klein read the CBO report on Trumpcare. He wasn't impressed to say the least.
Who didn't see this coming?
Because they never tire of the both sides narrative, the media has dug up a clip of then-Senator Barack Obama in 2008 saying the science on vaccines and autism was "inconclusive," but here's what they aren't showing you.
Josh Earnest may have misheard the question, but Vox and Fox are fast becoming kissing cousins of sorts.
We knew deranged conservatives would play 18 gaping holes over this, but the supposedly liberal media is also busily missing the point of George W. Bush's cautionary golf tale, and its relevance to President Obama.
Ezra Klein's formerly useful explainer site Vox.com now appears to be chiefly devoted to explaining how President Obama ruins everything.
Everything you need to know about Klein's flawed, credibility-seeking logic is right here.
Nate Silver and Ezra Klein, two of the left's smartest smart guys, are saying usefully dumb shit these days. Their down-the-middle "credibility" grab is understandable, but why is the rest of the left so afraid to call them out?
For several weeks now, the right-wing media has been flogging "The Hillary Tapes," a recording in which Hillary Clinton discusses her work as a defense lawyer for an accused rapist. Since then, though, the story has made the species jump to the mainstream media, and some liberals are helping to advance the smear.