Newsweek casually smeared Amy Comey Barrett. 2 seconds of research would have prevented it.
Is there a better writer working today than ? If I didn't love her so much I'd be crippled with envy.
"...Dianne Feinstein informed Barrett that 'the dogma lives loudly within you,' which was a personal best for the senator because in just six words she managed to insult Barrett’s faith and accuse her of a thought crime." --
The rules are: 1. Try as hard as you can to tell the truth 2. Explain - quickly and in a non-guarded way - when you fail 3. Avoid the "bullshit correction"
Today’s reminder that is brilliant and can turn a phrase like few others
If Amy Coney Barrett's faith “has put limits on her talent and ambition, there are few signs of it.”
If Amy Coney Barrett's faith "has put limits on her talent and ambition, there are few signs of it; you don’t get a seat on the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals... so that you can keep your hand in and earn a little pin money," writes
Highly recommend you give this a read. THIS is thoughtful journalism.
"If her faith has put limits on her talent and ambition, there are few signs of it; you don’t get a seat on the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals...so that you can keep your hand in and earn a little pin money," writes
“Will Democrats Fail the Amy Coney BarrettTest?” By the always brilliant & original ⁦⁩ ⁦
Newsweek piece "a cupcake-size version of the Covington disaster, in which liberal journalists were so willfully blind to their own deep biases they smeared an adolescent who was guilty only of smiling in an enigmatic + uncomfortable way"
Here for exemplifies how to ask questions properly & without implying there’s something inherently wrong in being Catholic But it doesn’t surprise me you did what you did, as decent journalism has been so bludgeoned by pundits
Given the breaking news of her pending nomination, perfect time to read and her brilliant dissection of the Amy Coney Barrett nomination.
"Is Barrett’s religious faith pondered in her heart or made evident in her approach to the law? Answering that requires the labor-intensive task of actually learning something about her." —
“In other words,” let me ask this question in a way that displays my intellectual superiority. Also, why are Democrats intent on displaying their intellectual superiority when asking these questions?
.'s coverage of Amy Coney Barrett, her accomplishments, and her faith is typically exquisite: "You don’t get a seat on the Seventh Circuit (where she is currently a judge) so that you can keep your hand in and earn a little pin money..."
If Amy Coney Barrett's faith "has put limits on her talent and ambition, there are few signs of it; you don’t get a seat on the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals... so that you can keep your hand in and earn a little pin money," writes
If Amy Coney Barrett's faith "has put limits on her talent and ambition, there are few signs of it; you don’t get a seat on the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals... so that you can keep your hand in and earn a little pin money," writes