Monthly Archives: February 2003

There is a pro-Bush rally being held this Saturday on the south lawn of the Washington Monument from 11am – 3pm. For more information, visit FreeRepublic.com!

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Says it all. . . and another steal from Glenn Reynolds. I understand that he has a bad name in the Blogging community, but for the life of me I’m not sure why. Tells it fairly plain, so I can’t … Continue reading

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Courtesy of Glenn Reynolds, KRAUTHAMMER IS RIGHT! France is not doing this to contain Iraq — France spent the entire 1990s weakening sanctions and eviscerating the inspections regime as a way to end the containment of Iraq. France is doing … Continue reading

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I attended a meeting of Downtown Fredericksburg clergy during yesterday’s snow concerning the Westboro Baptist Church and their protest against MWC’s production of the Laramie Project. It seems as if the best way to handle these guys is simply not … Continue reading

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Here’s a little something that I posted on the FredTalk website concerning the Vatican’s new directive concerning Catholic politicians. Re: Catholics, religious views & the law 1/30/2003 Greetings all, I typically don’t reply to letters of this nature in FredTalk … Continue reading

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Schiedler v. NOW has been ruled in favor of the pro-life position, 8-1! At issue was the fairness of using federal laws against racketeering and extortion to go after anti-abortion groups who use, according to the official Court filing, “sit-ins … Continue reading

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For those of you who went out of your way to gobble up all of the duct tape in the free world, have I got a game for you while you’re waiting for the worst to pass over. What game … Continue reading

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The Westboro Baptist Church has decided to pay Fredericksburg a visit. It seems as if Mary Washington College and the Dance & Theatre Department’s showing of The Laramie Project is the catalyst, but they will also be paying a visit … Continue reading

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Now I am the type of person who appreciates a well organized argument. So when I see President Bush and Colin Powell fumble for a response to anti-war activism, it’s refreshing to see that Prime Minister Blair is offering the … Continue reading

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Just posted to a Google chatlist on alt.philosophy.kant to see whether or not I could get some good critique on Qantian Epistemology. It won’t come up for another three to nine hours (and I have no idea why it would … Continue reading

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