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KY Election Results

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In Robert Farley
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On May 19, 2010
Good news from Kentucky, where Jack Conway managed to beat Dan Mongiardo.  Conway is more progressive than Mongiardo and polls better; against the Randernaut he might have a chance. As in all things Kentucky, follow Media Czech at Barefoot and Progressive for updates on the situation. I also have to give a shout out to […]

Derby Day!

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On May 1, 2010

So, there is a horse racing event of some note over in Louisville this afternoon. I would be remiss in failing to make some recommendations: 1. Conveyance 12-1 (a gray horse with a nice, practical nam

2000!

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On December 21, 2009
Sorry, Drexel: Back in 1903, W.W.H. Mustaine, the director of physical education at the time, called some students together and passed around the hat until there was $3 in it — enough to buy a ball. He then told them to start playing. The first season got off to a bumpy start. The Wildcats went […]

The Devil and Rand Paul

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On December 17, 2009

Just when you begin to think that it’s literally impossible for Rand Paul’s Senatorial campaign to get any more entertaining:The gentleman behind the mike is Chris Hightower, Rand PaulR

Graduation Day!

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On December 12, 2009

Today was graduation day at Patterson. For lack of anything better to post, below is the graduation keynote that I delivered to the Spring 2009 graduates: Congratulations to the graduating class, and

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On December 4, 2009
Hey. HEY! The only thing that’s important is that UK made the List of Top Public Schools. It doesn’t matter where we are on that list. And yes, such rankings are nonsense. Also, while I haven’t done a comparative study of the behavior of state legislatures, I can say that the perception among the faculty […]
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