Archive for March 11th, 2006

This Wednesday, the 16th at noon, an apparent composite of the Students for Justice in Palestine and the UC Divestment folks will be holding a rally for what looks like the primary purpose of protesting the fact that some of their cohorts are actually being held accountable by the university for their disruptive, illegal actions […]

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 Common Dreams, that goldmine of general silliness, showcases this piece, The Folly of Pre-emptive War, by three fellows that hail from Global Exchange. You know who I’m talking about. The folks that want to “build an alternative economy.” I suppose that’s better PR than saying they want to impose a grab bag full of sociialistic silliness to […]

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An insightful, well-written and quite simply excellent column somehow found its way in the SF Chronicle’s website today. I’m going to be checking the weather channel for reports of snowflakes in Hell, but meanwhile you should go read it now. Don’t worry, I’ll sit here with my rifle ready to take out any airborne porcines, […]

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Watching Channel 7 news today (the Simpsons were in a commercial), they reported on a wad of dingbats who blocked access to the San Francisco federal building to protest the passage of Bush’s resolution for action against Iraq. Now of course I’m sure that these open-toed folks have a flurry of perfectly well thought-out reasons […]

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I finally went and did it . Well, being the abject conformist that I am, I would like to welcome all new and oldcomers to my new blog, which will be replacing the old site that was hosted on that evil of evils, that bane of banes, that something-really-awful of something-really-awfuls, BlogSpot . So welcome . […]

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