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Monthly Archives: July 2002

More Guns, Less Crime

More Guns, Less Crime

Crime is on the rise in Britain, despite strong regulations against firearms. While the chances of having your house burglarized may be down, your chances of being raped or murdered… Read more »

The Immutable Laws of Dowd

The Immutable Laws of Dowd

This came out a little over a month ago, but is still worth reading (and when it stops being so, we’ll throw a party). A peek inside the mental mechanics… Read more »

We’re #1

We’re #1

Dartmouth’s Stephen Brooks and William Wohlforth in Foreign Affairs: “If today’s American primacy does not constitute unipolarity, then nothing ever will. The only things left for dispute are how long… Read more »

70 Virgin Strippers

70 Virgin Strippers

Terrorists “having a good time” at San Antonio’s XTC Cabaret threaten to blow up military bases. Never fear though, while I can tell you the SAPD is severly lacking, Texas… Read more »

Dartmouth Indian/Atlanta Brave

Dartmouth Indian/Atlanta Brave

Mike Remlinger ’88 will represent the National League in the All-Star Game .

WWF

WWF

I know the professional wrestling company is now known as WWE, but honestly, the World Wildlife Fund is way nuttier than the old World Wrestling Federation.

Academic Freedom

Academic Freedom

The fine folks at NRO found this gem about what academic freedom means in Britain at the moment. Due to how absurd this Prof. Baker is, we can play the… Read more »

DartLog Update

DartLog Update

Since it’s the summer and, presumably, no one’s reading this anyway, I made a few changes to the site – The layout has been updated to take advantage of the… Read more »

This explains that wishy-washy mess in the Alumni Magazine…

This explains that wishy-washy mess in the Alumni Magazine…

“A majority of seniors � 73 percent � chose the statement ‘what is right and wrong depends on differences in individual values and cultural diversity’ as the message college and… Read more »

Hagelin in the News

Hagelin in the News

Dartmouth’s own John Hagelin, former Natural Law Party candidate for President (and former loser to Pat Buchanan for the Reform nomination), makes today’s Best of the Web (Opinion Journal) Stupidity… Read more »