Month: December 2007

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The Shrum Racket

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On December 26, 2007
Well, the Democratic Party certainly had some winners in the 2004 election: Behind the scenes, they were fighting over the lucrative fees for handling Mr. Kerry’s television advertising. The campaign manager, Mary Beth Cahill, became so fed up over the squabbling that she told the consultants, led by Robert Shrum, one of the most prominent […]

Merry Christmas Etc. Etc.

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On December 25, 2007

Noting that the War on Christmas has failed once again, I am forced to “enjoy” the “holiday” from sunny San Juan. Some observations from Puerto Rico: Freeway driving is surpris

Christmas Cheer

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On December 24, 2007
It wouldn’t be an LGM Christmas without a little politically-driven holiday cheer, courtesy of the Center for Constitutional Rights. Merry Christmas everyone. Yes, even you tgc. (via) Share

So Much For Compassionate Immigration Laws

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On December 22, 2007
[Sorry to disappear for two days, kids. Was out of town surprising a friend who is getting married and who was in the states from Europe, where she lives. Am back. Obviously.] The loud and clear lesson from this article in today’s Times: if you are an undocumented immigrant, ’tis better to stay under the […]
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