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The War on Justin Bieber

As long as you can remember, you have been a music lover. Though your tastes have always been somewhat eclectic, you have always had a soft spot in your heart for independent singer-songwriters that...

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Then there were five

Please allow me to introduce our fifth hosted blog, Blinded Trials by Russell Saunders. Russell will be writing about healthcare issues for the most part. His intro post is here. Please join me in...

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The Second Ordinary Blog

A little while ago we rolled out our first hosted blog, Not a Potted Plant by Burt Likko. I’d like to welcome our second Ordinary Blogger, Alex Knapp who will be blogging at A...

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Ordinary Blogs (re-posted)

[reposted from Sunday] If I could draw your attention to the top of the page for a moment you will see a number of pages listed in our navigation bar. Beginning with “Home” you...

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Lament for a Dying Medium

It’s ‘Celebrate Old Media Day’ here at the League of Ordinary Gentlemen, and following Freddie on Gladwell on Free, I thought I’d chime in with my own appreciation for the news industry. Like Freddie,...

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on the fly vs fly on the wall

Scott is right, of course.  The blogging community functions more like a sawed off shotgun than one of these, even when we’re dealing with topics that are undoubtedly long range.  Some pieces might hit...

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living in another universe

This is what I kept thinking this weekend: if I wasn’t online, an avid blogger and reader of blogs, and if I didn’t frequent the New York Times, I wouldn’t know a damn thing...

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around the web on May 20th

Paul Romer envisions Hong Kong like city-states for developing countries. Stephen Walt discusses realism and tolerance, using DODT as a leaping point. Eric Brown and Darwin Catholic discuss bioethics, health care, and Catholic teaching...

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Front Porch Republic

So this is a neat new site for any of you who may read Daniel Larison, Rod Dreher, Patrick J. Deneen and the many other conservative writers who make up Front Porch Republic.  I’m...

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the foul rag and bone shop of real politics

You may have to put some of this in your Helen Rittelmeyer-style “things I believe but cannot prove” file. Fair warning. I read stuff like this, from John, and am intrigued, and I always...

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25 Best Blogs

Time has a story out today on the 25 best blogs (and 5 most over-rated blogs).  No huge surprise, Andrew Sullivan makes the cut.  Looks like some good stuff all around – something for...

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