It turns out that William Kristol's smear piece in today's NYT is based in, well, some pretty blatant lies.
The Times has issued a correction on its website, but shouldn't Kristol have checked his facts before printing something so patently false?
Especially since he was, ya know, calling one of the major presidential contenders a liar . . .
Monday assorted links - 1. Occupational licensing for opticians is bad. 2. Cyberpunk scenes from Chongqing. 3. China takes the lead in gene-editing trials. 4. The debate over Co...
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