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Don’t miss this hatchet job on our friends at powerline by Jim Boyd, deputy editorial page editor at the Minneapolis Star Tribune.

As Paul Mirengoff (“Deacon”) notes in his rebuttal, “Boyd spends half of his column attacking Rudy Boschwitz, Norm Coleman, and his fellow editors and then claims he’s run out of space to respond to the key arguments of Rocket Man and Trunk.”

Hugh Hewitt is spot on:

[P]oor, embarrassed Jim Boyd has performed a service, even in his humiliation. His exposure as a blustery, bullying and ultimately bitter hack is another warning sign in a month of such warnings to old media. The rules have changed. The monopoly is broken. You can’t ignore the truth or the people who publicize it, and if you slander them, they have the tools of both rebuttal and exposure.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
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