Month: June 2006

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The Securities and Exchange Commission has proposed a new protocol that would allow companies to make proxy materials — large, thick stacks of paper — available to investors on the internet instead of mailing individual packets to thousands of shareholders. AAO Weblog points out that one “consumer advocate” fears that such a plan would harm […]

Commodity or icon?

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On June 21, 2006

(In light of a new development in the case, Scott’s encouraged me to recycle something I once posted on my own blog. ‘Coz … it’s new to you ….) With no discussion, the El

Contrarianified

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On June 20, 2006
This is easily the best thing that Jonah Goldberg has ever written. The highlights: What was once Kinsley’s contrarian instinct has been dogmatized into official corporate policy. Weisberg has admitted as much in interviews. Freelancers especially seem to have figured out how to get through Slate’s editorial defenses: Pitch a story, any story, that’s counterintuitive, […]

Forward Thinking

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On June 20, 2006

If I were a terrorist, and I thought that an amnesty for former insurgents would probably damage the insurgency and help stabilize the Iraqi state, then something I might do is kidnap a couple of Amer

I have an article in the print edition of the latest American Prospect, which examines and–I humbly submit–thoroughly demolishes the “pro-choice” anti-Roe arguments that are so prevalent among liberal pundits these days, looking at both arguments about the impact on reproductive rights and the political effects. At the current time, it’s subscribers-only, but you’ll note […]
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