Month: June 2011

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Barcelona

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On June 28, 2011

Off to Barcelona for a week. Blogging could be reasonably light, though I have some prepared posts to drop on you (including several Most Prominent Politicians posts). If anyone has recommendations on

Roundup!

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On June 28, 2011

Over the past two weeks I have driven thousands of miles, attended two bachelor’s parties, witnessed two weddings, and gained six pounds.  I’ve been only periodically in touch with the in

As Malaclypse notes, the great Patrick Neilsen Hayden has a perfect response to the idea that opposing marriage discrimination has become a bipatrisan cause: Cranky moment. Over on Twitter, our Abi retweets a tweet by the generally excellent George Takei. In case Twitter is failwhaling, I’ll reproduce his remark: “Same-sex marriage was passed in NY […]
To write stuff like this. As a student of the past, the learned professor is no doubt well aware that every ruling class has needed its toadies and flatterers, its court eunuchs and its Hoover Institute Fellows, its . . . but really, what’s the point? Still this particular bit of magisterial toga-tugging caused me […]

Whoops!

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On June 27, 2011

John Wayne, John Wayne Gacy, what’s really the difference? Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) has a thing for John Wayne. In an interview yesterday with Newsmax, she said she wants to live in “John

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