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Maureen Dowd: Is Paul Ryan merely a younger Dick Cheney? – The Mercury News
Her new book, "Are Men Necessary? In the book she wonders about the state of feminism, the value in pursuing a mate, the belief that smart women get left home on Saturday nights and whether women's magazines have given up thoughtful articles for beauty tips and empty sexuality. She's obviously hit a nerve. An excerpt from the book that appeared in the October 30 New York Times Magazine was, for a time, the newspaper's most e-mailed article. On Sunday, the magazine printed 20 letters about the piece -- six or seven times more than it ran for any of the other articles in the Dowd issue. The correspondent extended her dislike to the year-old Dowd's use of the word "girl" in describing herself and her peers.
Maureen Dowd's plagiarism isn't her No. 1 problem
Her older sister Peggy remembers that she was seriously worried they might never see Maureen again. Their dad, Michael, was national chairman of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, and the annual convention was being held in Ireland. But when she was Down Under a few years back on a book tour she put out an all points bulletin and he came running.
This past Sunday, New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd ran yet another scathing piece about Dick Cheney's role in the torture policies carried out by the Bush administration. But whether you agree or disagree with Dowd's call for an open accounting on "every awful act committed in the name of self-defense and patriotism", you might first consider a more fundamental problem with Dowd's piece itself: a portion of it was plagiarized. Here's the second to last paragraph of Dowd's column as it first appeared: More and more the timeline is raising the question of why, if the torture was to prevent terrorist attacks, it seemed to happen mainly during the period when the Bush crowd was looking for what was essentially political information to justify the invasion of Iraq. But here's Talking Point Memo's Josh Marshall, writing days earlier on his blog: More and more the timeline is raising the question of why, if the torture was to prevent terrorist attacks, it seemed to happen mainly during the period when we were looking for what essentially political information to justify the invasion of Iraq. Lying, thieving scum