Month: March 2006

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Israel and Neorealism

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On March 19, 2006
Jeff Goldstein has found another purported example of the perfidy of the “Democratic party and liberals” at Harvard. The political scientists in the audience will be amused by the punchline: it’s the work of the conservative University of Chicago political scientist John Mearsheimer. Whether someone who voted for Bush in 2000 counts as a liberal […]

Challenge Results, Round 1

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On March 18, 2006
The Bearded Ducks are ready to make their move. Ordinarily, I’ve already been eliminated by this point, what with my special ability to identify high seeded first round upset victims and pick them to win the tournament. If Albany had pulled it out against UConn, I’d be sitting pretty; I have unwisely selected Kentucky to […]

Dear CBS

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On March 17, 2006
Seriously, what the hell is up with taking us from interesting, competitive games to the tipoff of 1-16 stiffs? Isn’t Villanova a pretty expansive definition of “local”? If we’re going to go that far, why don’t we count D.C. so we can actually watch a game that would be of interest to non-alumni? Love,Scott …or, […]

WBC Semis

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On March 17, 2006

Well, that was surprising. I don’t think that anyone could have predicted that the US would simply fail to hit in the WBC. In five games against teams other than South Africa, the US scored 16 r

An Appeal To Self-Interest

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On March 16, 2006
If ethical and pragmatic arguments don’t sway you from your belief that granting males an unlimited right to withhold child support is a good idea, via Ezra note this crucial question from Tyler Cowen: “This change would be a tax on male nerd sex. It would boost male nerd autonomy, but which of these do […]
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