Month: May 2005

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Fog of War Wrap-Up

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On May 2, 2005
Last Tuesday, I sat on a panel following a screening of Errol Morris’ Fog of War. The panel went very well; the speakers all had interesting things to say, the questions were good, and a fair percentage of the audience stayed after the film ended. My co-panelists were Lance Bennett, UW political science and communication […]

Ray of Light

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On May 2, 2005

I mentioned recently that 2008 Democratic Vice Presidential candidate Kathleen Sebelius vetoed some awful abortion legislation vomited by the Kansas legislature. In better news, the veto was sustained

A Treadmill To 1965?

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On May 1, 2005
Although they were able to avoid a sweep (and prove the ongoing persistence of patriarchy) by winning the epochal Wang/Bush matchup on Saturday, in light of their 10-15 start we Yankee haters have visions of 1965–when the Yankees finally collapsed after 40 years of dominating the American League–dancing in our heads. (Chris Russo playing LBJ’s […]
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