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Holder

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On November 19, 2008

Obama’s apparent AG choice certainly sounds promising, even granting that the previous administration hasn’t exactly set a high bar… Share

Talking Turkey

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On November 19, 2008
If you don’t prefer my heretical choices (i.e., just skip tradition altogether and if you’re a carnivore go with ham or salmon or roast beef or some other meat with flavor in it), Lindsay has good tips. And, actually, having tasted roast turkey done well at Thanksgiving in recent years (including once by Lindsay herself) […]

Ingrates

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On November 19, 2008

Andy McCarthy: Thousands of American lives and hundreds of billions in taxpayer funds have been expended to provide Iraqis the opportunity to live freely. And this despite the facts that (a) the U.S.

Not so fast

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On November 18, 2008
Like everyone, I’m eagerly awaiting the final count in Alaska’s Senate election. The final 24,000 ballots will be counted today, with a few absentee ballots trickling in through Wednesday. The final results won’t be certified until Dec. 1, though — at which point a recount is entirely likely. The interesting question at this point seems […]
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Ugh

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On November 18, 2008

Shorter Democratic Party: Please, endorse the other party’s presidential candidate and smear ours. We don’t mind! Share

Q Ships!

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On November 18, 2008

Kenneth Anderson proposes Q-ships to solve the problem of piracy: There are many legal questions here, of course. But I had a conversation with a US Navy officer, not a lawyer, but someone with operat

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