Month: July 2009

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Escort

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On July 25, 2009
The hospital we’re staying at is right next to a Planned Parenthood Clinic. Every day, we drive past the assortment of freaks holding up pictures of dead fetuses, and every day I flip them off. I do sometimes wonder if the protesters understand that I’m flipping them off, rather than the clinic, but it’s the […]

How Did Urch Die?

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On July 24, 2009

It’s certainly possible that Neanderthal X died in a violent confrontation with modern humans. However, I think that there’s always a danger in reading our own social understandings into a

The Triad

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On July 24, 2009

Via Ezra, this is an interesting post from Gordon Adams: For a major program to emerge, thrive, and survive, it takes basically three players: the service that wants and will advocate for the program,

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Slouching Towards a Daddy Blog…

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On July 23, 2009
Welcome Sarah Palin Farley and Michelle Bachmann Farley Diplomacy Patterson Farley and International Commerce Farley Proctor Gamble Farley and Skyline Chili Farley Elisha Fiona Farley and Miriam Belanna Farley to the world. Mother and daughters are doing well. Girls, if this post is still up fifty years from now, I want you to know that […]

Men at hack work

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On July 23, 2009

For egregious data dredging in the service of intellectual dishonesty it would be hard to top this: : “If you’re 29, there has been no global warming for your entire adult life. If youR

Kessler, via Drezner: The war of words between North Korea and the United States escalated Thursday, with North Korea’s Foreign Ministry lashing out at Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton in unusually personal terms for “vulgar remarks” that it said demonstrated “she is by no means intelligent.” The Foreign Ministry statement attacking Clinton also amply […]

A Defense Umbrella?

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On July 23, 2009

Here’s something that I don’t understand: The United States currently maintains 4 major proxies in the Middle East. Between Israel, Iraq, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia we’ve managed to cov

F-22 Still Clings Tenaciously to Life?

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On July 23, 2009
The F-22 has a faint heartbeat in the House of Representatives, but appears to be slipping away: The committee voted July 22 to spend $369 million to buy another dozen F-22s, but Rep. David Obey, the committee chairman, said that has to change. In light of the Senate vote and a threat from the White […]
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