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Dworkin

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On April 11, 2005
Trish Wilson notes the passing of Andrea Dworkin, and Professor B. offers a roundup of relevant commentary. I don’t really have much to add to the consensus within these links; I ultimately disagree with Dworkin’s analysis and conclusions in any number of respects, but I also object to the way in which her work has […]

A Note

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On April 10, 2005

Sandy Koufax and Pedro Martinez have now pitched virtually the same number of innings–2324 for Sandy, 2311 for Pedro. Koufax was 165-87 with an ERA+ of 131. (A league average ERA+ in a neutral p

Bobo in (White) America

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On April 9, 2005
A completely indefensible, but familiar, right-wing trope appears within David Brooks‘ tripe today. He explains why the party that has lost the popular vote once in the previous four presidential elections is near death: This does not mean good news for Democrats. That party is at risk of going into a death spiral. The Democrats […]

Loss by Design

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On April 8, 2005

Via USS Mariner, here is an excellent Forbes article on the financial situation of the Seattle Mariners. As successful as the team is, nobody in management really likes to talk about it. Mariners Pres

My New Kentucky Home

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On April 7, 2005
By a 2-1 vote, the Central Committee of Lawyers, Guns and Money has decided to establish a “Red State” bureau in Lexington, Kentucky. It is believed that much of our appalling performance in the Central and Mountain time zones can be attributed to the lack of a “Red State” presence. Also by a 2-1 vote, […]
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