Month: May 2004

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Elton Beard effectively sums up Tom Friedman’s latest ad hoc theory. But what strikes me most about it is that he chooses an example that completely repudiates his thesis: Is Vladimir Putin’s Russia today a Jeffersonian democracy? Of course not. But it is a huge nation that was tilted in the wrong direction and is now tilted […]
I have fewer misgivings about Kerry than either Scott or Dave. Although I supported Clark at one point (and still support him for VP), I’ve always thought that Kerry would make the finest president of the lot of Democratic primary candidates. Discussing Nader isn’t just about recriminations from four years ago. Certainly, I think that […]

Nader

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On May 31, 2004

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Law and Order

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On May 31, 2004

Briscoe and McCoy on the weekend… UPDATE: This post was to test out link-creating. It seems to work fine. And because it’s a pretty cool picture, on Law and Order, um, I mean, Memorial Day

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