Archive for April 29th, 2006

I’d like to say Andrew Sullivan does a great job in responding to Jill Nelson’s outrage when he criticized her for saying that there wasn’t any difference between the oppression of a woman in a Western beauty contest and of one forced to wear a burkha under penalty of stoning. The only problem with praising […]

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Six decades from now, will people be looking back every September 11 and be remembering how it was that day that turned the world around? When people think about Pearl Harbor now, it stands out as that moment when the nation crystalized from an amorphous mass of isolationism and petty domestic concerns to a juggernaut […]

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I wouldn’t be surprised if some of the bloggers have said this already (being the aggregate sharp tack that you guys are), but I haven’t noticed it yet in my brief morning perusal of the ‘sphere. I would’ve commented earlier on the news that the Iraq WMD report would be held and checked for weeks […]

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