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An Opportunistic Political Class Dithers

Today’s New York Times features an article about a horrible attack against a professor by members of a radical student group. But don’t click yet to find out where, or what university. See if you can tell by reading this: … Continue reading

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Saturday Morning Protests

Another 40 Days of Nasty Hatred Directed at Low-Income Women campaign has been clogging up the sidewalks at the local Planned Parenthood clinic. The biggest success so far has to be the fundraising campaign which has generated over $56,000 [update … Continue reading

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Tea Party Terror Tactics

Does cutting the line to the propane tank at a Congressman’s house because you disagree with him on health care reform count as political discourse? The actual story, should you opt not to follow the link above, goes like this: … Continue reading

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More Bad Poetry for Bad Law (& Bad Legislators)

As I predicted, anti-choice Democrat Bart Stupak has drawn a challenger. A haiku is in order: With anti-choice stunt Stupak draws a challenger Green growth in the spring! Perhaps, however, limerick really is the proper format for talking about the … Continue reading

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Tiger to Brit Hume: Thanks, I’ll Stick with Buddhism

I’ve watched bits and read pieces of Tiger Woods’ apology. My favorite part of his press conference: Part of following this path for me is Buddhism, which my mother taught me at a young age. People probably don’t realize it, … Continue reading

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Harmless Ad or Propaganda for Evangelical World Domination?

I’d like to thank Betty White and Abe Vigoda for distracting a good portion of the viewing audience last night. Nothing like overt sexism and ageism to sidetrack people from the more insidious message of Focus on the Family. (Oh, … Continue reading

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More on Team Tebow

You can read my original post on the Tebow Superbowl ad here. A few thoughts I’d like to add: ONE, I think Amanda Marcotte at Pandagon pegged it. Focus on the Family set up a win-win – either CBS refuses … Continue reading

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