Month: May 2005

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Chinese Diplomacy

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On May 21, 2005
At some point in the last ten years, the People’s Republic of China discovered diplomacy. The increased appreciation for diplomacy on the part of the Chinese more or less mirrors the increased contempt for the same on the part of the United States. This should be troubling to hawks who want to find themselves in […]

Template Issues

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On May 20, 2005

I’m messing with the template this afternoon in order to fix the sidebar problem (it seems to get shifted to the bottom whenever I open the page with Explorer, although not the same problem when

Toady

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On May 20, 2005

Walking argument against nepotism John Podhoretz argues: It opens next week. I saw it, and here’s the thing: It’s unbelievably bad. O I’m telling you this because movie critics won&#

16 tons

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On May 18, 2005

I haven’t been as genuinely appalled by song use in a TV ad since the Wrangler jean commercial a few years back that combined a waving American flag with the line “Some folks are born to w

Senator Box Turtle

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On May 18, 2005
John Conryn is currently on the Senate floor repeating arguments made by Democratic Senators during the Clinton administration that judicial nominees should be let out of committee. It would be hard to get a better example of poetic justice as fairness. Wow, now he’s claiming that “The Senate has always been about a majority vote.” […]

Newsweek Addendum

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On May 18, 2005

Iocaste makes a good point about the nature of the error that produced the Newsweek scandal. The wingnutosphere is taking a page out of the playbook that was used by opponents of the Civil Rights move

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