Monthly Archives: November 2004

Gone fishin’

I’m taking a bit of time off. Life is tough lately, and I need a breather. I hope all of you had an enjoyable and restorative thanksgiving. Good thoughts are powerful things.

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This ain’t never gonna happen

John Kerry is reportedly considering suing John O’Neill, author of “Unfit for Command,” for libel. Not only is this not going to happen, but I don’t believe it’s even being considered. If Kerry had answers to these charges he wouldn’t … Continue reading

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More of the same

In the months leading up to the election, the Democrat anthem was that re-electing President Bush would bring us “more of the same.” After the election, I noted with sadness that they were right–at least in terms of the hate … Continue reading

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The immortal fallacy of the unlimited enemy

Thomas Sowell: “The big question today — and for our future — is not whether our enemies have unlimited resources but whether we have an inexhaustible supply of immaturity in our media and among our politicians.”

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The immortal fallacy of the unlimited enemy

Thomas Sowell: “The big question today — and for our future — is not whether our enemies have unlimited resources but whether we have an inexhaustible supply of immaturity in our media and among our politicians.”

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Still more of the right thing

Here’s another example of how Congress can do the right thing, and this time Senate Democrats are the culprits. I don’t know much about the history and constitutionality of filibustering. I suppose the tactic can be put to honorable use—you’re … Continue reading

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More of the right thing

While I’m on the subject of Congress and doing the right thing, I want to talk about gerrymandering. This is a bad practice, and everyone knows it’s a bad practice. The only defense I’ve ever heard of it is that … Continue reading

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