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    ‘You Used to Be Big’

    “I am big. It’s the pictures that got small.”…
    Locker Room contributor, October 4, 2004
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    Discarded Like a Headless Ken Doll

    I just received a goodbye phone call from my 5-going-on-15 daughter, who is having her first sleepover at a friend’s house tonight. “Hi.” “Hi Daddy.” “Aren’t you going to miss me tonight?” “Bye, I’ll see you tomorrow!” Well, I tried to get her to feel some guilt, but obviously she…
    Locker Room contributor, October 1, 2004
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    Re: Style vs. Substance

    Meanwhile, the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth have produced their latest ad (Real Media version, but other versions available at website), which consists of two wives of former Vietnam POWS explaining how John Kerry gave aid and comfort to the enemy in the early 1970s. Very effective.
    Locker Room contributor, October 1, 2004
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    It’s style vs. substance as parties release debate-based ads

    The RNC has a new ad called “Kerry vs. Kerry,” that highlights what it calls Kerry’s “Iraq flip-flops” from the debate. (You can read the text in the link.) The DNC has a new ad, too, called “Faces of Frustration,” which features a musical accompaniment to all the…
    Locker Room contributor, October 1, 2004
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    re: Scalia and the leftist view of jurisprudence

    It is quite clear that the Guardian has no understanding of the nature of sound jurisprudence. A good judge separates his personal views from his interpretations of the law, something that leftists cannot understand. Even on abortion it is quite possible for someone to be pro-choice and anti Roe v.
    Locker Room contributor, October 1, 2004
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    Scalia: Make love, not (presumably) law from the bench

    Challenged about his views on sexual morality, Justice Scalia surprised his audience at Harvard University, telling them: “I even take the position that sexual orgies eliminate social tensions and ought to be encouraged.”…
    Locker Room contributor, October 1, 2004
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    Presidential Power Over Jobs

    Robert J. Samuelson explains today in the Washington Post why voters “should discount the candidates’ rhetoric that they can easily affect the number or quality of new jobs.” He writes that “outside forces — the business cycle, new technologies, mass psychology — eclipse a president’s powers,” and adds that…
    Locker Room contributor, October 1, 2004