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    Re: They Stole the WPTF Photo

    Message from Jerry: The photo is his, not WPTF’s. He also says: “Yes, 2 hours does seem short. I am just getting revved up and it is over. (Still taking the money, however.) Still reading Lockerroom as well.” We will be taking Kansas City by storm!…
    Locker Room contributor, September 22, 2004
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    The Media Bias Trough

    I have read several sentences like this one, from the Hartford Courant, in newspaper articles and editorials over the last few days about the CBS News debacle: This lapse of ethics feeds critics who will see the incident as an example of media bias and a campaign to discredit…
    Locker Room contributor, September 22, 2004
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    So who needs student fees?

    I appeared on NC State’s WKNC for “The Brad Dixon Show” last night to discuss the ongoing controversy at UNC-Chapel Hill regarding its derecognition of a Christian fraternity. During the course of the interview, and in response to another’s comment that the group should raise its own money itself,…
    Locker Room contributor, September 22, 2004
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    Hanoi John

    I appreciate the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth (I am reading “Unfit for Command”), but I am concerned that with the frequency and number of their advertisements that they will overplay their hand, and that many will tire of their message and tune them out. Their latest ad is…
    Locker Room contributor, September 22, 2004
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    Media Fragmentation

    An idea from today’s POLI 41 class at UNC (quoted from the power-point presentation): Consumer Sovereignty: Freedom = Satisfaction of Existing Preferences Popular Sovereignty: Freedom = Formation of Preferences with Sufficient & Diverse information If anyone understands how freedom can be equated wtih the formation of preferences with sufficient,…
    Locker Room contributor, September 22, 2004
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    They Stole the WPTF Photo

    KMBZ in Kansas City has its Jerry Agar page up now, using the same grainy photo from his Raleigh days. Jerry Agar is the newest addition to KMBZ, and while he was not born in Kansas City, he got here as quickly as he could. Jerry is a radio…
    Locker Room contributor, September 22, 2004
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    It?s hammer time for local development

    Over at JLF-Charlotte, Jeff Taylor takes a critical look at dramatically new impact fees imposed on residential development by Cabarrus County ? and how such a trend would impact the region.
    Locker Room contributor, September 22, 2004
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    Entitlement on the reservation

    A new report from the National American Indian Housing Council states that substandard and overcrowded housing contributes to a plethora of health, social and family problems on reservations throughout the nation. “Very few places in our nation have children hurting as much as on our Indian reservations,” said Chester…
    Locker Room contributor, September 22, 2004