Monthly Archives: November 2004

Whom does FDA serve and protect? Federal oversight requested The recent controversy over the safety of Vioxx has opened up the question as to precisely whom the FDA is looking out for, and whether or not there nees to be … Continue reading

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Palace Brawl Was ‘Ugly Scene,’ Says Pistons President Players, Fans Exchange Punches In Stands For those of you not privy to the rumble in Detroit the other night, we have here the video of the event: Officials stopped the game … Continue reading

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Kerry Blames Loss on Osama Tape Says security issues hurt him the most Senator Kerry blames, not moral values, but Osama bin Laden and homeland security: Trying to recount Kerry’s words verbatim, Rivera said Kerry responded by saying: ‘It was … Continue reading

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For your viewing pleasure, this is just an extremely interesting string of events.

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Spurrier to South Carolina Gamecocks’ Holtz to retire (maybe) I’m not ashamed to say it. I am a Steve Spurrier fan. I believe in the Fun n’ Gun offense, and I think it works. There. I’m outted as a runnin’ … Continue reading

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Writing this from a Starbucks along Rt. 3 in Fredericksburg. Not too shabby – first time I have ever done this before, and the connection isn’t half bad.

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Democrats question Kerry’s campaign nest egg $15 million? Some Democrats are wondering why Kerry held back $15 million dollars in his campaign warchest. Good question. Democratic Party leaders said Wednesday they want to know why Sen. John Kerry ended his … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Maps Spectrum of voters vs. population density Everyone has already seen the red/blue state maps by now, and everyone has more than likely seen the population density map out of Princeton. Patrick Cox of Tech Central … Continue reading

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Sorry for the light blogging today. On top of not feeling too well (third time I have been sick over the fall), there’s been a bit of work going on. Plus, Missy went to the doctor today. 1.5 inches dilated, … Continue reading

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Hope for Virginia Democrats in ’05? Only if Kilgore endorses the 17 incumbents Virginia Democrats take note. Jim Bowden has accurately pegged the doomsday scenario that will ruin the GOP’s chances of taking back the Governor’s Mansion. How? Well, it’s … Continue reading

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