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Monthly Archives: January 2012

Musings of a Big Government Stooge

Musings of a Big Government Stooge

Bill Clinton’s latest is a brisk read. That’s probably for the best.When I was growing up, my father frequently invoked the name of his colleague Daryl Brewster during conversations around the dining… Read more »

Musings of a Big Government Stooge

Musings of a Big Government Stooge

When I was growing up, my father frequently invoked the name of his colleague Daryl Brewster during conversations around the dining room table. Daryl, he would say, was the rare… Read more »

Occupy Continues, Unfortunately

Occupy Continues, Unfortunately

This post is about a recent panel at Dartmouth on Spirituality and the Occupy Dartmouth Movement, but before I talk about that I want to tell a story about a… Read more »

State Department To Reject Keystone XL Pipeline Reroute

State Department To Reject Keystone XL Pipeline Reroute

Fox News is reporting that the State Department will reject the Keystone XL pipeline project, saying the sensitive aquifiers in Nebraska–en route from Canada to Texas, where the pipeline begins… Read more »

Inequality & Deja Vu

Inequality & Deja Vu

Commentators are already starting to frame this upcoming election as a referendum on the nebulous concept of inequality. With that in mind, it’s useful and perhaps instructive to take a… Read more »

Good Guy Tebow

Good Guy Tebow

Many of you have been following the saga of Tim Tebow, one of the most compelling storylines of this NFL season. No doubt many of you are sick of hearing… Read more »

Your Vote Counts?

Your Vote Counts?

The goal of voter I.D. laws is to protect the principle of one person-one vote, by preventing fraud. In the Iowa Republican Caucus, Mitt Romney beat Rick Santorum by just… Read more »

TDR Speaks with David Walker

TDR Speaks with David Walker

—Melanie Wilcox

Member of Class of 2013 Passes in Barcelona, Spain

Member of Class of 2013 Passes in Barcelona, Spain

Students on campus today were informed by dean Charlotte Johnson of the death of Crispin Scott ’13 while studying abroad in Spain, on a program not affiliated with the College…. Read more »

TDR Speaks with Mitt Romney

TDR Speaks with Mitt Romney

Governor Romney says that he will not change his campaign strategy for New Hampshire, and that the best thing he can do to help college students is get jobs going… Read more »