Tuesday, October 25th, 2016

If you cook a bat infected with Ebola and then eat it, you won’t get sick: http://t.co/v87RO796df — Ezra Klein (@ezraklein) October 3, 2014 Some of the better responses: So, you're saying my Bat Tartare restaurant was a bad investment? https://t.co/KF48zeLJCb — Sonny Bunch (@SonnyBunch) October 3, 2014 @SonnyBunch @thegoldfarb Yes, but my cooked bat […]

Ebola has up to an 18% chance of coming to America. Here's why you don't need to panic. http://t.co/I7QsRoYHzT pic.twitter.com/73zanOwsjv — Vox (@voxdotcom) September 7, 2014 How the Ebola outbreak spun out of control: http://t.co/MUSHIjv7bP — Vox (@voxdotcom) October 1, 2014 Tomorrow’s Vox headline, “Obamacare will cure Ebola” Print this entry

Ezra Klein’s Vox website has gotten its fair share of ridicule in its young life, but none more deserved than for this stupidity: Hong Kong’s protesters are using the “hands up, don’t shoot” gesture from Ferguson http://t.co/BgAm8rmXc9 pic.twitter.com/qjGUx2gCdD — Max Fisher (@Max_Fisher) September 29, 2014 As George Orwell wrote, “One has to belong to the […]

This speech would work if Obamacare really was just a bit glitchy. But it’s not. Signing up, for most people, is basically impossible. — Ezra Klein (@ezraklein) October 21, 2013   And in case you think Klein is exaggerating: Phone numbers and fax machines are probably feeling good about their first presidential shoutout since 1995. […]

Andrew Breitbart is offering $100,000 for the Journolist e-mail list archive. Journolist was the e-mail list founded by Washington Post writer Ezra Klein so liberals and liberal journalists could all compare notes and share talking points. Ann Althouse, who would love to see the archives, too, has found one blogger who doubts Breitbart will find […]

Our friend Mike Mathias leaps to the defense of the under-medicated Chris Liebenthal.  Well, Mike doesn’t exactly “leap.”  More like hops.  But anyway, he comes to the defense of Liebenthal, and he even brings charts proving that I am a heartless bastard and that insurance companies eat babies for breakfast. However, as the chart above […]