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    The anti-growth ticket

    Kerry and Edwards believe, or at least talk as if they believe, all the socialistic, anti-growth blather that made the US such a basket case during Jimmy Carter’s presidency. Larry Kudlow is right on target here.
    Locker Room contributor, July 7, 2004
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    I’ll believe it when I (don’t) hear it

    UNC-Chapel Hill has completed its first of many monuments to resegregation, the Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History. A Durham Herald-Sun article provides the appropriate “Movin’ on up” perspective on the news of the center’s grand opening. In the article, center director Joseph Jordan has…
    Locker Room contributor, July 7, 2004
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    A lawyer who likes John Edwards — NOT

    Not all members of the legal profession are fond of our Senator Edwards. James Ostrowski herelets loose with a broadside. Let’s face it: Edwards is just a good-looking guy with a knack for hornswoggling gullible people. If he’d been around 150 years ago, he would no doubt have made…
    Locker Room contributor, July 7, 2004
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    Kerry States a Scientific Fact–So What!

    Much has been made in the media and elsewhere about John Kerry?s announcement that he believes that life begins at conception. Please, someone correct me if I?m wrong, but I don?t think this ultimately scientific fact has ever been in contention. The question relevant to the abortion debate is not…
    Locker Room contributor, July 7, 2004
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    more on Edwards

    Here is another piece analyzing the weaknesses of John Edwards. A point which I haven’t yet seen discussed is the role Edwards played on the Senate Judiciary Committee in preventing votes on nominees for Court of Appeals vacancies. He wasn’t as obnoxious as the likes of Schumer and…
    Locker Room contributor, July 7, 2004
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    Boston Globe gets Edwards right

    The Boston Globe gets Edwards right. Lead: “In selecting John Edwards as his running mate, John F. Kerry has added to the presumptive Democratic ticket a political anomaly: a Southerner who does not vote like one.”…
    Locker Room contributor, July 7, 2004
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    Some revisionist political history

    In continuing to insist, in the wake of the Edwards Veep selection, that President Bush and the Republicans remain safe in North Carolina and the rest of the South, many pundits here and elsewhere are offering up some strange and revisionist history. For example, they argue that Southern voters haven’t…
    Locker Room contributor, July 7, 2004
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    Illegally attending charter schools!!

    Yes, ladies and gentlemen, parents around the D.C. area are so starved for an alternative to traditional public schools that they are illegally sending their kids to non-traditional public charter schools. Whose to blame? D.C.?School board President Peggy Cooper Cafritz blamed D.C. Mayer Anthony Williams’ administration for making…
    Locker Room contributor, July 6, 2004