Month: July 2006

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Today, the Senate will vote on legislation to federally enforce excreable parental notification laws. (HT: Prof. B.) This would offer a worthy companion to its ludicrously arbitrary partial-birth abortion law. Why, this is almost enough to make me think that trying to hide substantive opposition to reproductive freedom behind “states’ rights” rhetoric is transparently disingenuous, […]

Making it Hard

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On July 24, 2006
It’s things like this that make it hard for me to be sympathetic to Chavez apologists: Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez hailed the man dubbed “Europe’s last dictator” Monday as he started an international tour by visiting the authoritarian leader of the isolated former Soviet nation of Belarus. “Here, I’ve got a new friend and together […]
Yglesias, Fontana Labs, and Farrell have already dealt with this reprehensible Alan Dershowitz column, which goes entirely off the moral rails with its claim that “[t]he Israeli army has given well-publicized notice to civilians to leave those areas of southern Lebanon that have been turned into war zones. Those who voluntarily remain behind have become […]
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