Monthly Archives: December 2004

Redskins to the playoffs? Believe it. It’s time to warm up the diesel: If Washington can win at Dallas this week, and the following pieces fall into place, the Redskins would be able to control their own fate and qualify … Continue reading

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A Christmas Carol by G.K. Chesterton The Christ-child lay on Mary’s lap, His hair was like a light. (O weary, weary were the world, But here is all aright.) The Christ-child lay on Mary’s breast, His hair was like a … Continue reading

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MERRY CHRISTMAS! In the sixth month, the angel Gabriel was sent from God to a town of Galilee called Nazareth, to a virgin betrothed to a man named Joseph, of the house of David, and the virgin’s name was Mary. … Continue reading

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NORAD is tracking Santa! Yes indeed. Santa is being tracked on radar by NORAD right now.

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Leading the DNC? Young Democrats vs. Old Democrats I made the argument awhile back that in order to win, the Democrats had to recognize the failure of the ’60s generation politics and move forward with more centrist, Clintonian views. In … Continue reading

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Post Office Hell On Lenin, Socialism, and manifested bureaucracy Gregory Bresiger remarks on his recent encounter with post office socialism: Lenin once dismissed the question of how socialism would work by pointing to the workings of the post office. Socialism, … Continue reading

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Global warming bombshell We’ve long been subject to the idea that the earth is warming because of greenhouse gases. Though the methodology and the evidence have long been suspect, rarely have we had the opportunity to see precisely how suspect … Continue reading

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McCarthyism on the Left Ah, this is too good to post with commentary. Just go ahead and read this.

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Anthony Browne: Unholy war on Christmas What communists, Puritans, and enlightened liberals have in common Anthony Browne calls it a war on Christmas. I am inclined to agree: Christmas has always stirred passion, attracting opponents and supporters. But, until recently, … Continue reading

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Virginia’s Democratic Contender Governor Warner and the co-opting of the GOP There’s quite a buzz about George Will’s column the other day. Many Republicans are asking themselves what’s gotten into Will. Most conservatives understand quite perfectly what has happened. The … Continue reading

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