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Yearly Archives: 2002

“Parents hope to raise money to save Dartmouth swim team”

“Parents hope to raise money to save Dartmouth swim team”

Massive pickup for this AP story: “We’re not going to come up with $4 to $5 million overnight,” said Bart Cameron, whose daughter, Kelly, is on the women’s swim team…. Read more »

GOPers for Daschle via Johnson

GOPers for Daschle via Johnson

NRO’s Byron York on buyer’s remorse in South Dakota.

Carter Bloviates

Carter Bloviates

So Jimmy Carter, our one-time boob-in-chief, has received the Nobel Prize. (For peace; they don’t do one for silliness.) In his comments, he called for a “prohibition of the death… Read more »

Apartheid on Campus

Apartheid on Campus

The New York Civil Rights Coalition has released a report titled “The Stigma of Inclusion: Racial Paternalism/Separatism In Higher Education.” The report decries the “balkanized campus environment” of pea-brained administrators… Read more »

Even Better

Even Better

Regarding Grossman’s discovery of a swinger’s club in Pelham, NH: Here’s their website, courtesy of the Google cache (is there anything it can’t do?). 21st Century swingers get e-nasty.

When it’s cold in Pelham, NH,…

When it’s cold in Pelham, NH,…

…swing.

Terrorists

Terrorists

You’ll all be pleased to hear that you can now download the “Most Wanted Terrorists Pocket Directory Database.” You download this program to your Palm Pilot, and it gives you… Read more »

Contrast

Contrast

Dave Marmaros ’01 directed me to a story in today’s Valley News. A few choice quotes: �We feel that the endowment is there to give you financial strength when you… Read more »

The winner

The winner

The first runner-up is former TDR editor of something or other Alex Wilson ’01, who points out Empirically, there is no reason to cut any program, PC or not, useful… Read more »

“Ten Dollars a Vote”

“Ten Dollars a Vote”

Fox News is reporting on an ongoing investigation into South Dakota’s close Senate election. Did Democrats buy Tim Johnson a second term in that august chamber? National Review also asks… Read more »