Monthly Archives: January 2007

L.A. Blog?

The Los Angeles Times is adopting a new strategy to news, namely by turning into a blog with a print-edition.

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QandO: Want to be trusted? Act in a trustworthy manner

In yet another item to be added in the litany of ethical blogging, when you receive an embargoed release, don’t release it before the embargo expires: There is a tradition that has embargoed releases like this going to media outlets … Continue reading

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Natural Law and Modern Economic Theory

I read stuff like this for fun. It’s only 27 printed pages long, so a good nighttime read (along with everything else I’m reading).

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FIRST THINGS: The State of Social Conservatism

Joseph Bottum over at First Things asks a pretty good question: Where was all the talk of social conservativism in the State of the Union speech? And Last night’s State of the Union address didn’t mention faith-based initatives, which President … Continue reading

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Deep Thoughts (by Senator Robert Byrd)

“I very much admire the able senator from New Hampshire. I like him. As Shakespeare said, he’s a man after my own kidney. That about says it all I guess. That’s the way I feel about the senator from New … Continue reading

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Hillary's Kerryoake on Iraq

Heh! One has to wonder whether or not the progressives are willing to forgive Hillary for voting for the liberation of Iraq, and whether Obama will soften his anti-war stance to seal the deal.

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Top Dissident Cleric Slams Ahmadinejad

Folks are getting nervous in Iran: ‘One has to deal with the enemy with wisdom, not provoke it,’ he said, according to a copy of his comments made available to The Associated Press. ‘This (provocation) only creates problems for the … Continue reading

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Linux vs. Vista

“SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 is the compelling alternative to Windows Vista,” so sayeth Novell. As the price tag of Microsoft products continue to increase, the open-source solutions are becoming more and more attractive. When Civilization 4 comes out for … Continue reading

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The Rubiks Cube Solution

YEEESSS! These things have been the bane of my existence for years! Now I have the tools to… um, complicate my life more.

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Democrats Seek to Avert Abortion Clashes

Nice to see that even Democratic leadership is willing to recognize abortion on demand as a loser: Eager to avoid a resumption of the culture wars, the new Democratic leaders are trying to tiptoe around the abortion issue by promoting … Continue reading

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