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Derby Day!

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In Robert Farley
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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 name) 2. Mission Implazible 20-1 (unconventional spelling of “implausible” seals the place) 3. Jackson Bend 15-1 (looks feisty) Take it […]

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 b

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 Paul’s campaign spokesman. In addition to his affection for Satan, Mr. Hightower appears to have demonstrated an unfortunate aversion to “Afro-Americans.” LOL! As an aside, it really […]

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

"I Swear, I’m Not Making This Up"

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On October 25, 2009
If nothing else, Rand Paul’s quest for the Senate seat once held by Henry Clay will go down as one of the most entertaining campaigns in American history: Thank you Jonathan. I met Jonathan a few months ago at a tea party over in Frankfort. The Tea Party Movement seems to be everywhere. In fact, […]
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