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Linky Linky…

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On June 23, 2010
Some lazy Wednesday night blogging… Germany to reduce term of conscription. The anatomy of France’s worst humiliation since June 22, 1940. North Korea’s 7-0 thrashing at the hands of Portugal was apparently the first full live World Cup match ever shown on North Korean television. Here’s an interesting two part series on the unification of […]

Is this Thing On?

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On August 15, 2009

Huh; seems like things are a bit slow around here. Some linkage: Axe talks Tanks! Think about five things you like about your health care, and five things you don’t. African veterans of the Burm

Links!

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On July 21, 2009

From around the inter-tubes… Dan Nexon vets Stephen Walt’s Top Ten Lessons of Empire Mr. Trend rounds up news from Latin America Drezner wonders why Khameinei doesn’t seem to have an

Quick Hits in Lieu of Real Blogging

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On April 28, 2009
From around the internets: Kris Alexander reminds us that we’re well past the stage when we need to worry about a conventional threat from North Korea. Josh Keating notes that the Russian Army is downsizing. I’m curious; why the bump in Obama’s approval rating? Torture memos? Shooting pirates? This (a modern companion to the classic […]

Linky Linky…

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On October 17, 2008

From around the internets… David Axe gives some thought to the Pentagon’s image problem in Africa and South America. Lance Mannion unearths some startling facts about the youthful “B

Random Linkage

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On September 22, 2008

Wandering the internets while watching the classy Yankee Stadium farewell… Interesting NYT article on the Naval Academy. Most fascinating bit; Barack Obama beat USNA alumnus John McCain 13-7 in

Random Linkage

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On September 12, 2008
From about the internets… Efforts to ditch Mitch continue apace. Now with video! Michael Stickings noodles on nationalist kitsch and the GOP. David Greenberg accuses several bloggers, including myself, of being part of the indecent left. A bit more on that later… Spencer is in Afghanistan. Simon Jackman ruminates on political science and politics. Drezner […]

A Wasted Day..

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On September 5, 2008

In an effort not to think about politics, I wasted my day today at Ancestry.com. From father to son: Thomas Farley, b. 1600 Worcester, England (arrived Virginia 1623)John Farley, b. 1648 Charles City,

Sunday Links

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On August 31, 2008

Heading out to Great American this afternoon to watch the 60-76 Reds play for pride against the 59-76 Giants. Woo. Hoo. Some links for your pleasure: Loomis recalls Earl Butz, a great American bastard

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On August 8, 2008
Lazy blogging Friday… This Michael Gordon piece on the “Shia Awakening” is as good as advertised, although Spackerman offers some caveats. David Axe reports that the Iraqi military is increasingly arming itself with high tech American equipment. Axe also ruminates about the Australian contribution (or lack thereof) to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. This […]

Linky Linky…

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On July 29, 2008

Some stuff to link to before it slips through the cracks: Erik Loomis talks water policy. Galrahn goes meta. Trend dwells a bit on FARC. David Axe thinks about the Iraqi Navy. Jason Sigger notes that

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