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Monthly Archives: November 2002

Wesley Clark

Wesley Clark

To CNN’s Judy Woodruff on a potential candidacy for prez: “Well, I’m looking at all of the issues and the problems confronting our society. I’m looking at my own situation…. Read more »

Drivel from Daschole

Drivel from Daschole

It’s been all over the place, but yesterday Tom Daschole (D., Ottawa) finally went into meltdown mode. Comparing conservatives to Islamofascists? The man should be ashamed of himself.

And now, Georgetown

And now, Georgetown

A Lebanese newspaper reports this (via Sullivan): The �international Zionist movement� is leading the United States to wage war against the Arab world with the intentions of colonizing the region,… Read more »

Of interest, perhaps

Of interest, perhaps

In The New York Times today, “Poet Who Spoke Against Israel Is Reinvited to Talk at Harvard.”

Political Polarization among Professors

Political Polarization among Professors

A recently-released study by UCLA’s Higher Education Research Institute (HERI) suggests that professors are becoming increasingly politically polarized — and that the polarization is happening exclusively on the Left. Only… Read more »

Freudian Slip?

Freudian Slip?

Rollo, did you mean “homicide” when you wrote “homocide” in your post about transgender murders?

Howard Dean

Howard Dean

From an edit in today’s D, “We noticed the political puttering and wanted to find out who Gov. Dean is. We met with Gov. Dean in a handsome Manchester residence… Read more »

Today’s Union Leader

Today’s Union Leader

“Two Ku Klux Klan Motorcycle Club members� convictions for methamphetamine trafficking yesterday crushed the only known significant supply of the highly addictive drug to New Hampshire and also crushed the… Read more »

TDR on Google

TDR on Google

Much more significant than anything Grossman mentioned: we’re number 10 for “Bloody Mary mix reviews”

Transgender

Transgender

I have just learned from the Center for Women and Gender (the old WRC) that “In a year marked with TWO DOZEN [emphasis in original] reported anti-transgender murders, members of… Read more »