Respectful Insolence is a repository for the ramblings of the aforementioned pseudonymous surgeon/scientist concerning medicine and quackery, science and pseudoscience, history and pseudohistory, politics, and anything else that interests him (or pushes his buttons). Orac's motto: "A statement of fact cannot be insolent." (OK, maybe it can be just a little bit insolent.)
Jason Rosenhouse over at Evolutionblog posted a nice piece on the litmus tests he uses to determine when he is reading the work of a pseudoscience hack. In this case, he dissects an article by Paul McHugh from the Weekly Standard on the topic of evolution, in which Mr. McHugh pulls out all the deceptive rhetorical tools of creationist (and other pseudoscientific hacks.)
Rosenhouse seems to have listed them all. I can't think of another one; but no doubt others will.