Monthly Archives: October 2006

Blogging Hiatus

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10/11?

A small aircraft has hit the side of an apartment building in New York City. Two deaths, no reports on casualties (yet). Eyewitnesses report an object making a sharp turn before flying into the building. No speculation as to whether … Continue reading

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Introibo ad altare Dei

Pope Benedict XVI is rumored (rumored, mind you) to have signed a universal indult so that priests can once again say the Tridentine Mass: Pope Benedict XVI is understood to have signed a universal indult – or permission – for … Continue reading

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You Will Not Be Proud to Watch This Video

But you should watch it all the same. During a speech given by a member of the Minuteman Project, a group of students charged the stage, unraveled signs, and a general melee ensued. This sort of stuff happened in Weimar … Continue reading

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Prayer to St. Thomas More

Thomas More, counselor of law and patron of statesmen, merry martyr and most human of saints: Pray that, for the glory of God and in the pursuit of His justice, I may be able in argument, accurate in analysis, keen … Continue reading

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The David Zucker Albright Ad

What the Democrats are screaming about (as seen on Drudge):

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How to Turn a Campaign Around

Simple. Create a diversion: Suddenly, macaca, Jewish heritage and racial slurs are yesterday’s news. Look through Virginia’s newspapers, look even at the partisan blogs that relish hitting Sen. George Allen as hard as they can: The feeding frenzy has subsided. … Continue reading

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The Nietzsche Family Circus

Outstanding! Heh! (H/T to NRO Corner)

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How Do You Win a Debate?

By making fewer mistakes than the next fella. Anyone have their mind made up by a debate? No? So it is with the rest of the Commonwealth. I’d still like to have seen the debate to make my own mind … Continue reading

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The McGuire Doctrine

D.J. McGuire over at the China-e-Lobby states his foreign policy position against Communist China and their North Korean satellite: It should be noted that this set of policies will, at most, only lead to a steady-state in Cold War II. … Continue reading

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