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Stop Spending Cuts or People Will 'Starve to Death'

Plus, check out Pulitzer Prize-winning economics writer David Leonhardt's simple solution to budget woes: Raise taxes. And "Mr. Obama knows his hoops."

The Times Just Keeps Getting the Max Cleland Ad Wrong

Jackie Calmes: "For many actual Democrats, Mr. Chambliss remains negatively defined by his 2002 defeat of Senator Max Cleland, a triple-amputee veteran of Vietnam, after a campaign that included ...

The Times Just Keeps Getting the Max Cleland Ad Wrong

Jackie Calmes: "For many actual Democrats, Mr. Chambliss remains negatively defined by his 2002 defeat of Senator Max Cleland, a triple-amputee veteran of Vietnam, after a campaign that included ...

Matt Bai Reruns Myth of Max Cleland, Republican Smear Victim

In an article on the Tucson shootings, reporter Matt Bai falsely attacks Republicans for questioning Democratic Sen. Max Cleland in a 2002 campaign ad: "...any sense of common purpose had more or ...

GOP Senator "Questioned the Patriotism" of Democrat Max Cleland?

The Times conintues to spread mythology about a 2002 campaign ad targeting former Sen. Max Cleland, Democrat of Georgia.

Adam Cohen Rehashes Old Conspiracy Theory - Was Max Cleland Robbed?

Editorial writer Adam Cohen is still mad over Democratic Sen. Max Cleland's 2002 loss, and cites suspicions from "skeptics" about "malicious software that changed votes."

The Times Makes Up More Myths About Liberal Hero Max Cleland

Did Max Cleland really lose "his bid for a second term in 2002 after a Republican television advertisement depicted him as unpatriotic." Watch the ad for yourself and decide.

The Times Just Can't Forget the Max Cleland Ad

"Mr. Rove was asked whether harsh Republican attacks on the national security credentials of various Democrats in 2002, orchestrated by him, had added to the climate. Among the advertisements that ...

The Myth of Max Cleland, Redux

Has anyone at the Times actually watched the 2002 campaign ad that allegedly "paired" Max Cleland with Osama bin Laden?
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