Month: February 2009

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Dear Governor Jindal,

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On February 19, 2009
Please, please, please reject federal stimulus funding; we’ll get to find out if someone who rejects federal money can get elected dogcatcher in Baton Rouge. Yours truly, Rob Jindal is far too smart to actually reject the funding (like Alaska and so many other red states, Louisiana is utterly dependent on the federal government its […]

Effort and Merit

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On February 19, 2009

Aye. …the key is that these two statements are very different: Jason Greenwood, a senior kinesiology major at the University of Maryland echoed that view. “I think putting in a lot of effort s

They write letters

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On February 18, 2009
Brad DeLong: Academic freedom is a powerful and important principle. But I do not believe it provides a shield for weathervanes. I do not believe it shields those whose work is not the grueling intellectual labor of the scholar and the scientist but instead hackwork that is crafted to be convenient and pleasing to their […]

A Bunch of Stuff Happened…

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On February 18, 2009
So, lot’s of interesting defense news; read Spencer on the Afghanistan buildup and David Axe on the F-22. If you read the latter, please compare and contrast Axe’s case for purchasing more F-22s with Bowden’s; the former dispenses with myths, while the latter reinforces them; the former has a handle on the economic and strategic […]
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