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Jonah Goldberg on Tucson and the Press
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Jonah Goldberg has a column about the press and the Tucson shootings:

Confirmation bias is a problem for all people and institutions of all ideological stripes, but in this instance it is synonymous with liberal media bias. Richard Nixon reportedly once said that it was obvious the world is overcrowded, because everywhere he went he saw huge crowds. Similarly, reporters "knew" beforehand that this must have been a right-wing nut, and so, like the drunk who only looks for his car keys where the light is good, they recognized only evidence that proved their theory.

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Jonah Goldberg on Congressional Cowardice
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Jonah Goldberg has a column in USA Today about Congress's tendency to delegate taxing, spending, and regulatory authority to unelected bureaucrats and commissions. He mentions one counterproposal — the Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny, or REINS, Act, which would subject every regulation with an economic effect of at least $100 million to an up-or-down vote by Congress before enactment.

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Jonah Goldberg on Cree
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Columnist Johna Goldberg writes about Cree, the Light-Emitting Diode firm where President Obama and his Council on Jobs and Competitiveness met earlier this week: "Under the supposedly jobs-boosting stimulus, Cree received $5.2 million. According to Recovery.gov, that $5.2 million created 3.02 jobs. That's $1,716,171 per job."

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Jonah Goldberg on Reagan
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Jonah Goldberg's latest column: "My own view is that Reagan would look at the doubling of the size of the federal government in the last ten years and become awfully 'stubborn' about reducing spending."

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Jonah Goldberg on Obama's T.R. Speech
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The best response I've yet seen to Obama in Osawatomie comes from Jonah Goldberg. Charles Krauthammer is also right up there.

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Jonah Goldberg on Obama's T.R. Speech
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The best response I've yet seen to Obama in Osawatomie comes from Jonah Goldberg. Charles Krauthammer is also right up there.

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Jonah Goldberg on Reagan
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Jonah Goldberg's latest column: "My own view is that Reagan would look at the doubling of the size of the federal government in the last ten years and become awfully 'stubborn' about reducing spending."

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Jonah Goldberg on Tucson and the Press
futureofcapitalism.com

Jonah Goldberg has a column about the press and the Tucson shootings:

Confirmation bias is a problem for all people and institutions of all ideological stripes, but in this instance it is synonymous with liberal media bias. Richard Nixon reportedly once said that it was obvious the world is overcrowded, because everywhere he went he saw huge crowds. Similarly, reporters "knew" beforehand that this must have been a right-wing nut, and so, like the drunk who only looks for his car keys where the light is good, they recognized only evidence that proved their theory.

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Jonah Goldberg on Congressional Cowardice
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Jonah Goldberg has a column in USA Today about Congress's tendency to delegate taxing, spending, and regulatory authority to unelected bureaucrats and commissions. He mentions one counterproposal — the Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny, or REINS, Act, which would subject every regulation with an economic effect of at least $100 million to an up-or-down vote by Congress before enactment.

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Jonah Goldberg on Cree
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Columnist Johna Goldberg writes about Cree, the Light-Emitting Diode firm where President Obama and his Council on Jobs and Competitiveness met earlier this week: "Under the supposedly jobs-boosting stimulus, Cree received $5.2 million. According to Recovery.gov, that $5.2 million created 3.02 jobs. That's $1,716,171 per job."

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