Daily Archive: June 11, 2009

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Free Advice to Released Uighurs

If you are headed to Palau–where I spent 1 week of my life, 3 days of which was in a small to medium range typhoon, 2 other days of which I spent on the...

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bringing schools back into our communities

Setting aside the voucher debate for a minute – because Kyle is right, to some degree it can’t hurt to at least try these various ideas out – I’d like to visit briefly the...

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Elaboration on Vouchers

Kyle at Vogue Republic gets what I was trying to do with my post on vouchers the other day, even though he admits to being “lukewarm” on the value of vouchers.  The whole post...

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open thread

via Andrew…. “Cosadein!”

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thursday art walk

 The Adoration of the Trinity by Albrecht Dürer

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NoKo Strategery

On the new AmConMag blog Post-Right (which you should really read), Jack Ross writes: I’d like to offer a theory about Kim Jong Il’s behavior – that he’s clumsily trying to imitate the shrewd...

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Our Clueless Journalistic Elite

Here’s the problem with amateur punditry: Matthew Yglesias’s list of great songs about people named Al(l)ison manages to ignore one of Slowdive’s career highlights:

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the civilizational tango

I have described progressive and conservative politics as existing in a sort of necessary “civilizational tango.”   This is often the vantage point from which I’m operating when I consider such things as the importance...

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Respecting the Founders

The response to the “America is a Christian nation” meme is usually to argue that the Founders were deists, which results in an intractable debate about the Founders’ actual religion.  Transplanted Lawyer, however, takes...

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