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    Re: Dr. Roy Cordato call your office

    Contrary to popular belief, pro wrestling is not a purely Southern fascination. A few blocks from my office in snow-covered Manchester, N.H., is Top Rope Pro Wrestling Academy, run by former WWF wrestler Steve Bradley. Be sure to check out the “pictures” section of the Web site to see…
    Locker Room contributor, March 16, 2004
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    A society more horrified by inconvenience than infanticide

    That is what brings us to the situation where a mother refuses a Caesarian section to save her unborn twin, who died as a result. She is rightly being charged with murder. Depraved indifference indeed. But listen to what she said. “I would rather lose one of the babies…
    Locker Room contributor, March 16, 2004
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    Dr. Roy Cordato, call your office

    I cannot improve on the headline of this piece from the Concord Independent Tribune: “Wrestling for Jesus.?…
    Locker Room contributor, March 16, 2004
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    Re: Federal spending spree

    For another enlightening take on the subject, see this outstanding analysis by renowned federal government watchdog Dave Barry. From Mr. Barry’s Sunday column: Q. Why does the government spend so much money? A. Because it must pay for important federal programs such as Social Security, the War on…
    Locker Room contributor, March 16, 2004
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    The federal spending spree

    Our fiscal problem is not, as I’ve often said here before, that the federal budget has a huge deficit, but rather than it spends so incredibly much money on things that are both constitutionally unwarranted and just plain dumb. Read here a fine discussion of the problem by Cato’s…
    Locker Room contributor, March 16, 2004
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    Re: Al Qaeda’s Successful Electoral Strategy

    Spain’s intent to pull its troops from Iraq is the equivalent of a school boy cowering in fear created by the school yard bully, hoping beyond hope that the thug picks on somebody else. It is an important reminder that being a world leader isn’t for the weak of mind,…
    Locker Room contributor, March 16, 2004
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    Cobey Mixes It Up on Incentives & Easley

    In case there was any doubt as to the political importance of the debate about taxes, incentives, and economic development in North Carolina, GOP gubernatorial candidate Bill Cobey has been attracting significant media coverage in the past 24 hours in the wake of disclosures that RJ Reynolds will cut…
    Locker Room contributor, March 16, 2004