Month: April 2012

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Today In Texas Justice

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On April 28, 2012
This story of another innocent man exonerated after 25 years in prison because of suppressed evidence (while the man who killed his wife was left free to kill at least one other person) contains an excellent of example of the kind of “evidence” that seems to frequently come up when innocent people have been convicted: […]

Agenda 21

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On April 28, 2012

I’m really glad that Agenda 21, the United Nations guidelines on sustainable development, is becoming an issue in the Virginia Senate race. That’s not because some lunatics are talking abo

How Not to Review a Museum

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If the Times really wants to alienate everyone who doesn’t identify as an east coast sophisticate, Edward Rothstein provides a good starting point: An East Coast visitor’s first reaction, provincially enough, has to be skepticism: does Colorado even have that much history? Enough history to justify a $110 million museum — the History Colorado Center […]
As we cut down our last tropical forests, decimating the lungs of the planet, at least a few people are bravely trying to stop it. In Brazil those activists are routinely killed. And now they are in Cambodia as well. Although since I now understand that freedom means “letting loggers log,” I guess the illegal […]
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