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Around The Net: A Contemplation on “Isms”

Jonah Goldberg has an interesting article posted in “the corner&rdquo  ; on the National Review Online. His article is actually a discussion of points raised in other articles. The first is called Religion And The Threat Effect by Paul Waldman at The American Prospect. The second, appearing in The Atlantic, is titled Crisis Of Faith, […]

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Spy vs. Blog

Check the traffic statistics for any blog or site and you’ll see plenty of curious things. Every site has it’s share of mysterious daily visitors who never seem to comment. Every site gets visits from far away or obscure places. Every site has its share of confounding searches displaying downright odd tastes in everything from […]

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Website Liability: If You Build It, You May Pay

A Federal Appeals Court has issued a ruling that holds a website (roommate.co m) liable for the postings of some of its users. The court ruled that if a website constructs a format that is designed to elicit responses that can be viewed to violate established law, then the owner of the website can be […]

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Pud’s Been Whipped

I occasionally visit Pudwhipped, a blog written by a female soldier currently serving in Iraq. She’s been awfully quiet lately and in Iraq, that’s not a good thing. Her latest post explains why.
I encourage you to stop by.
Have a look.
Leave her a note of support.
It looks like she can use it.
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The Results Are In!

As promised, here are the results from my post about anonymous commenting (Poobah Speaks thread and Bring It On thread). There were some good points and the comments were refreshingly civil compared with many threads. Kudos to all who participated .
But despite being cordial, I’d like to point out that no one took up my […]

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Late Note: Although the article is the same, stop by Poobah Speaks for additional comments. They’re interesting.
I cross post nearly all of my political pieces to both The Omnipotent Poobah Speaks and Bring It On (BIO). Even though I appear in several mostly conservative blogrolls, it’s relatively rare that a conservative falls into Poobah Speaks […]

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Dear George

For Chrissakes George, make a fricking decision!
It’s not hard. You have two choices in Iraq – the way out or the way backward. You’ve pretty much burned out reverse in the finely-tuned racing machine you call your administrati on and the only ones left who still believe there is a “way forward” are you and […]

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A Opposum for Our Times

If there is one thing that both conservative s and liberals can agree on, it’s that politics has become such a corrosive, toxic affair that only fools would voluntarily enter into it. And with that, we see a self-fulfill ing prophecy.
Despite the high-minded ideals of the Founding Fathers, politics has always drawn more than it’s […]

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CENTCOM Setting the Record Straight

[From Raw Story]
The United States Central Command (CENTCOM), an arm of the federal military apparatus, is now engaging with bloggers through e-mail invitations to get “news stories and press releases about US military and coalition forces operations, humanitarian and reconstructi on efforts” directly from their website, even going so far as to imply that […]

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The “Other” Ken Lay

If you’re a certified member of the Ken Lay Fan Club, or just not quite tired of funeral coverage, be sure to stop by kenlayinfo.c om and get a glimpse of the man behind the legend.
The site is a virtual temple of all things Layful. It’s the spot where Ken will live on into virtual […]

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