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Monthly Archives: January 2011

Now is the Moment for the Freedom Agenda

Now is the Moment for the Freedom Agenda

An anti-government protester kisses a riot policeman after clashing with him in Cairo. Photo: Lefteris Pitarakis/AP Who can know for sure the long-range historical significance of the extraordinary scene unfolding… Read more »

Does Pro-Choice Mean Pro-Abortion?

Does Pro-Choice Mean Pro-Abortion?

The March for Life on Monday went off without a hitch. Events like this always spark a personal debate for me: can a person be pro-choice and simultaneously anti-abortion? Having… Read more »

DMS Prof. Helps Develop Least Desirably Named App of All Time

DMS Prof. Helps Develop Least Desirably Named App of All Time

Monitor it so he doesn’t have to.  I’ll file this one under my List of Things I Hope I Never Own. Dartmouth Medical School Adjunct Assistant Professor Dr. Ronald Yap… Read more »

Well Said, Mr. President

Well Said, Mr. President

Today’s New York Times offers an account of President Obama’s visit to Tucson and his address at the University of Arizona. From the Times: The president directly confronted the political… Read more »

Talk about Sustainable

Talk about Sustainable

Cheers!Just came across this article from August. Apparently the Scots have found a way to recycle the waste products from the production of whisky (which, by the way, is a $6.2… Read more »

Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson to Visit Campus

Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson to Visit Campus

Governor Gary Johnson (R) of New Mexico — that enigmatic libertarian who’s rumored to be mulling a run for president — will visit Dartmouth College tomorrow for a meet-and-greet with… Read more »

Wayne Barrett, a Voice for Transparency

Wayne Barrett, a Voice for Transparency

Wayne Barrett, a longstanding staple of NYC journalism, announced today his departure from the Village Voice, where he has been writing for the paper’s “Runnin’ Scared” column since 1978. Having… Read more »