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Published: 2005-09-13T08:55:09-05:00

 



Lefty

2005-09-13T08:55:09-05:00

Long time Always Right commenter "Lefty," a/k/a, Josh Christian of Greenville, SC is the proud new papa of a baby boy, Camden Thomas Christian. Both Mom and son are doing well. Congratulations!!



Delta Airlines

2005-09-13T08:50:38-05:00

Well, it looks as though Delta will be forced to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Pity. But with a market capitalization this morning of $134 million and change, no wonder the creditors are circling...



It's been awhile...

2005-08-16T06:19:28-05:00

It has been months since I blogged last. In the span between posts I've moved back to Atlanta, study and taken the Georgia Bar Exam, started work at my firm, etc. Now that things are settling down and I have...



Perfectus

2005-05-05T00:22:31-05:00

That's it. Today, I turned in the last final exam of my law school career. I've been in school since the age of 5. It is the only thing I've ever done. I've been relatively good at it. It's been...



"Right Reason"

2005-05-04T23:47:30-05:00

Another site that you absolutely must check out - Right Reason. If you'd like, you can read a bit about the site here. The site's list of contributors is a veritable Who's Who of the intellectual right.



Coalition for Darfur

2005-05-04T23:34:56-05:00

If you have not visited the Coalition for Darfur website I encourage you to do so. The site, hosted by Eugene Oregon and Steve Dillard, has opened my eyes to the tragedy in Sudan. Here is a bit about the...



"Phil: The Monster Who Sometimes Likes to Eat a Cookie"

2005-04-23T23:57:56-05:00

Jonah Goldberg notes that the Children's Television Workshop and PBS have announced that the Cookie Monster's "not a Cookie Monster at all. In the interests of teaching kids not to be gluttons, CTW has transformed Cookie Monster into just another...



WOW!!

2005-04-21T22:46:08-05:00

The Senate on Thursday overwhelmingly approved $81 billion for wars in Iraq and Afghanistan in a spending bill that would push the total cost of combat and reconstruction past $300 billion. I guess all I can say is WOW -...



"Whatever our fate tomorrow, will be your fate the day after tomorrow"

2005-04-21T08:12:24-05:00

What a load of crap!(sub. req'd) This week's issue of TIME features an article by Madeleine Nash describing the "incontrovertible evidence that temperatures are rising" and what is in store for us all. Ms. Nash is a hack. Who does...



Those crazy Scandinavians...

2005-04-17T21:39:59-05:00

Today's NYT included an article in the Week in Review section noting the prevailing Scandinavian wisdom that they are "incomparably affluent, with all their needs met by an efficient welfare state." The lands of Volvos, IKEA, and rampant socialism are...



An interesting Op/Ed

2005-04-13T11:24:33-05:00

David Ignatius has written a very intriguing op/ed in today's WaPo noting the similarities between Democratic overreaching in years past and today's Republican lapses in judgment (See, e.g., Frist/DeLay & company in the Schiavo saga; DeLay and his ethics problems,...



Does it ever end?

2005-04-12T08:11:09-05:00

Cherokee County, Georgia has taken $15 million from "special purpose local option sales taxes that had been earmarked for other projects, such as a new county administration building and parking deck and a proposed conference center" and diverted it to...



What a crybaby...

2005-04-11T20:12:48-05:00

Hey, John "F." Kerry - stop whining. You lost fair and square. Here is a sample: "Last year too many people were denied their right to vote, too many who tried to vote were intimidated. Leaflets are handed out saying...



"New York Public Library to Sell Major Artworks to Raise Funds"

2005-04-11T19:36:37-05:00

I thought this was an interesting article in today's NYT. The Library is set to sell 19 works of art expected to garner anywhere between $50 and $75 million. Importantly, the Library says that "all of the money will go...



Birmingham Museum of Art

2005-04-10T20:52:59-05:00

I stopped by the Birmingham Museum of Art yesterday before heading up to the library to study - and enjoyed myself immensely. I must admit (shamefully) that I had not visited the BMA in at least a year. So my...



CBS News makeover

2005-04-10T20:39:28-05:00

Don Hewitt said in an interview with the NYT that a revamped CBS Nightly News might be successful if it were to employ Jon Stewart on Monday night and Christopher Buckley on Tuesday night, followed by other anchors on subsequent...



Rev. Al, come on...

2005-03-25T17:40:43-06:00

I'm very glad to learn that Rev. Al Sharpton is "upset about violence in rap music." Really, I am. But, to ask the FCC to punish the rappers and music stations connected with that violence - that is certainly not...



Bias? What Bias?

2005-03-25T08:12:36-06:00

Ross Douhat takes a look at the supposed biases of the competing doctors in the Terry Schiavo case...



Cheney for President in '08?

2005-03-25T07:54:34-06:00

Today's Washington Times reports that a small Cheney-for-President contingent is growing both larger and more vocal. Larry Kudlow who writes for National Review, Fred Barnes of The Weekly Standard, and Tod Lindberg of Policy Review have all written columns recently...



Townhall.com

2005-03-25T07:20:58-06:00

One of my favorite websites, Townhall.com, is splitting from its parent company, The Heritage Foundation, so that it can now "mobilize its readers and urge them to take a distinct political stand." IRS regulations allowed Townhall.com only to "educate" its...



Gov. Bush and the state police power

2005-03-24T22:00:53-06:00

William Bennett and Brian Kennedy argue: The "auxiliary precautions" of Florida government — in this case the Florida supreme court — have failed Terri Schiavo. It is time, therefore, for Governor Bush to execute the law and protect her rights,...



SCOTUS in the news

2005-03-24T21:27:44-06:00

Two recent articles in national publications about the SCOTUS are well worth a read. This month's The Atlantic has an article entitled "Rehnquist The Great?". Also, this week's issue of The New Yorker features a very good article about Justice...



Coalition for Darfur

2005-03-23T19:12:49-06:00

Feddie of SA and Eugene of Demagogue have teamed up to form the Coalition for Darfur. These two "have teamed up to raise awareness about the genocide in Darfur, Sudan and money for a worthy organization doing vital work there:...



The ubiquitous Jeffrey Sachs

2005-03-23T18:41:09-06:00

The man TIME magazine calls "the world's best-known economist" seems to be everywhere lately. With the publication of his latest book, The End of Poverty: Economic Possibilities of Our Time, Sachs has been making the rounds on the talk show...



Calls for DeLay's ouster grow stronger

2005-03-23T13:16:19-06:00

Ross Douthat and Reihan Salam, both blogging over at American Scene, argue that DeLay's gotta go. Salam's post is especially good. At this point, DeLay can only bring House Republicans more agony as some of his past, unscrupulous actions come...