Archive for July, 2006

So, Glenn Reynolds wants bloggers to crash the party tomorrow and divulge to the world in all their sweet, bloggy goodness what will have transpired at the big anti-war hullabaloos. I’m afraid the main D.C. march is a little out of my way, but I don’t think I could possibly say no to schlepping it […]

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Say the word “Berkeley,” and what do you immediately think of? Well, this being the blogosphere, of course the first things that come to mind are violent campus protests, aggressively silly progressive politics of the most self-conscious variety, the height of PC-foolishness, and anti-Americansim in its most ashamed, rabid form. Whether you’re Glenn Reynolds, Steven […]

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JoeUser poses an excellent question regarding vaunted International “Law”:   Your child has been injured and needs to go to the hospital . Now, imagine on top of that, there are no cops. So speeding will have no legal repercussions, your only risk is that you could potentially get in an accident. You tell this […]

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I’ve been told that the titles that I normally give my posts are horribly dull. Well is the above an inflammatory enough lead-in for you? Good. Via the Corner, I (as well as thousands of others by now) learned that an organization called MoveOn.org has produced a new version of the famous LBJ/Goldwater television commercial […]

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The multilateralism of the US, as demonstrated by rhetoric surrounding UN resolution 1441, is a sham. At least according to Seumas Milne writing in the Guardian today. The whole piece is a rather disjointed piece hitting many of the major anti-war bases in a mostly off-handed “Well, of course” tone, taking as golden truth the […]

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Ok, so I guess I’m just not that bright, because for the life of me I can’t seem to wrap my mind around this: “North Korea spurns US deal”.   North Korea has described Washington’s offer to revive aid in exchange for the communist state dropping its nuclear programme as “deceptive drama”.  In a statement […]

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And with good cause. How else do you respond to the patented idiocy so potent that you can actually smell the stench of the rotting brain it came from, making the claim that Hamdi trying to kill US soldiers is an action protected in the Bill of rights? Well, like this:   “And you can […]

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Once again, I’m the last one to the party. No matter though, because I’ve become convinced that people visit this site for the exclusive nude Michael Moore pictures rather than the pithy commentary (that is, of course, when it is pithy… most of the time my concentration of pith hovers well below the Blogosphere’s median […]

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Reader Geoff informs me that turning the People’s Republic on the west coast into a gaping radioactive crater might not be as easy as some have considered:   While I agree with the sentiment, there is a serious technical flaw with the plan. Since Berkeley has declared itself a nuclear free zone the bombs will […]

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So, I’m sure by now all and sundry in the Blogosphere have mercilessly sunk their teeth into this, and rhetorically torn Arianna’s SUV-hating cadre of concerned celebs a gaping new one, but I still feel I’ve got something to add perhaps. First of all, don’t misunderstand where I’m coming from. I’m a card carrying member […]

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