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    No, Really, He’s Going to Do It

    Do you believe this will happen? Neither do I.
    Locker Room contributor, May 27, 2004
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    Another Murderous Homeschooling Bastard

    Great — they found another kook in the homeschooling movement. Just what we need to improve our image.
    Locker Room contributor, May 27, 2004
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    Gore’s execrable speech

    I’m sure most of you have caught wind of this, and I don’t care to comment about it. Res ipsa oleretur ? the thing stinks for itself. (Although apparently not to the equally execrable audience enthusiastically cheering him on.) I did think, however, that Bugs Bunny would have had a…
    Locker Room contributor, May 27, 2004
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    Stopping Short

    Brendan Miniter on OpinionJournal.com today convincingly argues that George H.W. Bush was right to stop short of removing Saddam in the first Gulf War. He writes in part: Republicans didn’t control Congress at the time of the Gulf War, so the erosion of what little Democratic support there was…
    Locker Room contributor, May 27, 2004
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    Remembering Saddam

    Although the title sounds like a fond ode, the documentary “Remembering Saddam” was screened for the first time yesterday for an audience that included seven men whose right hands were amputated by the dictator. The story serves to imprint a reminder of Saddam’s evil and provide a reason for…
    Locker Room contributor, May 27, 2004
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    Blazing the trail of city finance

    I?m no fan of Charlotte?s plans for light-rail transit, but I guess I?d have to share Mayor Pat McCrory exasperation at a proposal to shift money from rail-station improvements to, well, let?s call it a lower-priority item. Here?s how The Charlotte Observer described the exchange at a city council…
    Locker Room contributor, May 27, 2004
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    Can you pin the tail on the donkey?

    From today?s Washington Times comes this telling story about budget struggles in Virginia and the inability, there or elsewhere, to use party affiliation necessarily to predict views on issues: A key Republican state senator says Virginia needs more new taxes despite the improving economy, but the state’s Democratic governor…
    Locker Room contributor, May 27, 2004
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    Raising the Issue on Medicaid and “Wealth Redistribution”

    John – This’ll be my last stab at this today. I’ve very much enjoyed my first blog session and look forward to further joint efforts – especially when we can do “simultaneous posts” (if that’s the right term) after the Justice Center launches its own blog section later this summer.
    Locker Room contributor, May 26, 2004