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Black in America: Still Better than Living in a Mud Hut

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On March 26, 2008
Now that the Florida legislature has apologized for slavery, the White Conservative Monologue on Race will certainly achieve new heights of sophistication. Meantime, this poor fellow appears to have done gone and pooped himself: Far as I am concerned, many Blacks in the US ought to be thankful that no matter how their ancestors got […]
I think this gets most of the obligatory points: A statement, or paragraph, about “hook-up culture,” preferably with no statistics to back it up, but if you must, you must. General statements about what “students do today,” no individual campus or students referred to, are best. If you must specify, a lurid story will suffice. […]

More on the Surge

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On March 26, 2008

Following up on Scott’s post about today’s outbursts in Baghdad and Basra — which suggest a possible collapse of the Shia cease-fire — here’s Marc Lynch on the other half

Next Week’s Mark Penn Press Release Today!

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On March 25, 2008
The latest in arbitrary ex post facto means of determining the legitimate Democratic nominee. And this doesn’t even address the crucial point that Clinton has carried the states of the most recent World Series, Stanley Cup, and Super Bowl winner! I think the superdelegates will know what to do. Share

Bitter Sweet Tart…

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On March 25, 2008

Last night in the middle of a lecture on inter-service rivalry in the United States Armed Forces, I bite down on a Sweet Tart that is atop a pile of candy that a student has brought to class. The Swee

We’re On A Surge To Nowhere

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On March 25, 2008
Good article about Iraq from McClatchy: A cease-fire critical to the improved security situation in Iraq appeared to unravel Monday when a militia loyal to radical Shiite Muslim cleric Muqtada al Sadr began shutting down neighborhoods in west Baghdad and issuing demands of the central government. Simultaneously, in the strategic southern port city of Basra, […]

Opening Day

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On March 25, 2008

I don’t know how I feel about these mid-week international openings, but it’s pretty cool to get up and have Baseball That Counts on. Share

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