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Guess who made the Washington Post this weekend? “God will not suffer man to have the knowledge of things to come; for if he had prescience of his prosperity he would be careless; and understanding of his adversity he would … Continue reading

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OUTRAGEOUS! Fredericksburg Mayor Bill Beck and Councilmen Scott Howson and Matt Kelly have all been found guilty of violating Virginia’s FOIA in e-mail coversations held during the summer! Now I can understand from a jurisprudence perspective that such a ruling … Continue reading

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I just found the most ignorant political activist website on the web. . . dubyadubyadubya.com. Aesthetically its tasteful, but like most liberal hogwash less filling than most. I really wish the America-Lite crowd would keep its promises and move to … Continue reading

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The Mary Washington College-Community Symphony Orchestra will present their annual “Pops” concert tonight at 8 p.m. in Dodd Auditorium as scheduled. The program, a tribute to Leroy Anderson titled “Once Upon a Sleight Ride,” is open to the public without … Continue reading

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As most folks know, I am a Civilization III fanatic. In fact, if Sid Meier produces the item (or even randomly comments on it in a fashionable manner), I am on it in seconds. So of course it would interest … Continue reading

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If you are interested in the effects that physics has on philosophy (and vice versa), then take a quick look at thebigview.com and see what they have. Lots of interesting stuff for contemporary philosophers. And regarding the new assistant Dean … Continue reading

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Since I am more than likely to hear about the RAND analysis concerning marijuana, I would like to restate a few of the paragraphs from the press release, namely the first and fifth-from-last: A new study by the RAND Drug … Continue reading

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