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    NAACP chief calls Irish-American man a “leprechaun”

    Here’s the story, which no doubt will become common knowledge due to days of outrage and hand-wringing over race relations in our country by the talking heads in all our major media. It’s out of Yonkers, New York. ——————————— The president of the city’s branch of the NAACP…
    Locker Room contributor, July 1, 2004
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    A second democracy is born in the Middle East ? UNC-Chapel Hill leftists, gay extremists hardest hit

    Sent out today on the socialist listserv at UNC-Chapel Hill: From: Chase Foster [email withheld by Lockerroom] Sent: Thursday, July 01, 2004 12:01 PM To: Progressive Students and Faculty Subject: [progress] Power transfer tonight at Weaver St.! A commemoration ceremony honoring the new Iraqi democracy will…
    Locker Room contributor, July 1, 2004
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    New Jersey Wants to Tax Nose Jobs

    This is a real slap in the face to taxpayers.
    Locker Room contributor, July 1, 2004
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    Looking for a Pulse

    Satirist Andy Borowitz this morning is reporting that Sen. John Edwards underwent “elective” surgery recently, in an effort to make himself more appealing to John Kerry as a running mate.
    Locker Room contributor, July 1, 2004
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    Re: Lies can still be good propaganda

    I am amazed at how easily swayed many Americans are by people like Michael Moore, who find it amusing to denegrate this country’s values and promote those of dictatorial government and its followers. Perhaps Mr. Moore and Mr. Jones of Hickory, who now believes the Bush administration is just one…
    Locker Room contributor, July 1, 2004
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    Lies can still be good propaganda

    From a Hickory Daily Record story this morning: Could a movie actually change someone?s vote? Charles Jones says yes. Jones, a Hickory computer technician, watched the Michael Moore documentary ?Fahrenheit 9/11? Wednesday afternoon. ?I was a Bush supporter,? said Jones, 44. ?After seeing the movie, it now seems the…
    Locker Room contributor, July 1, 2004
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    On American Exceptionalism

    Pollsters and political analysts have tried for years to find a clean-cut way of grouping the modern U.S. electorate into contending sides on the basis of personal characteristics, lifestyle, or ideology. There are a number of interesting versions of this ? the ?marriage gap,? for one, and the persistent importance…
    Locker Room contributor, July 1, 2004
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    Far be it from me to say, but ? I?m admirable

    I laughed and laughed at this bit from James Taranto?s Best of the Web feature today: He Prides Himself on His Humility “Because Jefferson was a humble person, I feel a kinship with him.”–Jimmy Carter, Time.com, June 29.
    Locker Room contributor, June 30, 2004