Month: October 2012

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Broken Clock, Etc.

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On October 28, 2012
My contempt for Tom Friedman is without limit. But he nails this column like Luther and a church door. At least until the point where he brings up Michael Bloomberg. But I’m going to focus on this part, which is actually good. In my world, you don’t get to call yourself “pro-life” and be against […]

More Cultural Heritage Destroyed

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On October 26, 2012
If there’s one thing we can say about the Saudi government, it’s that their commitment to subtlety is unmatched except by the Russians. At least when Mexico decided to build that monstrosity of a church with the conveyor belt to see the original Virgin of Guadalupe image, they didn’t tear down the original cathedral. Ugh. […]

Dealbreaker!

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On October 26, 2012

I used to be a Democrat. But since Lena Dunham made a pro-Obama ad so incredibly obscene that the metaphor had been previously been used only by the most debased elements of society, I am outraged by

Travel Question

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On October 26, 2012

Sorry to intervene in our round the clock coverage of why 3rd parties are silly to ask a personal question. I am supposed to give a talk at Macalester College in Minnesota on Thursday. One slight prob

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