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    Re: Wrestlemania Politics

    From what is said in…
    Locker Room contributor, April 21, 2004
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    Outlaw Birth Control?

    This Sunday is the pro-choice rally in Washington D.C., called the March for Women’s Lives. On its web site, the Raleigh chapter of NOW claims that one of the reasons to be part of the event is because “Bush’s extremist friends want to outlaw abortion and birth control.”…
    Locker Room contributor, April 21, 2004
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    On outsourcing

    Outsourcing is going to be one of those absurd non-issue issues that has the life span of one electoral season, but one can learn quite a bit of good economics from seeing how a capable scholar dissects the issue. For those who would like to watch some skillful cutting, read…
    Locker Room contributor, April 21, 2004
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    An appropriate response

    With regards to Monday’s Under the Dome story, I have been pondering what an appropriate response to the Governor should be. My opinion is that we should send him a receipt thanking him for the contribution. My guess is that the Governor’s recognition of the JLF and the headline…
    Locker Room contributor, April 21, 2004
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    Wrestlemania: Politics

    More often than not, the Democrats say something that makes you scratch your head. Other times they make you laugh with their efforts to “return to power.” Note this example from…
    Locker Room contributor, April 21, 2004
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    And to think, NC State almost did away with this curriculum!

    Q. What happens when you combine these three ridiculous campus fads: First Year seminars, “service learning,” and Multidisciplinary Studies? A. You deposit the contents of dumpsters on campus and watch students rut around throughout the pile of waste looking for “recyclables.” As one student (presumably not a…
    Locker Room contributor, April 21, 2004
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    Bush nominates Democrat for archivist ? predictably, leftists are upset

    Of course, what really rankles them is that Bush’s nominee, Allen Weinstein, is the man who outed Soviet spy Alger Hiss. Officially, however, they’re upset because the nomination was so “sneaky” and that Bush must be doing this because he knows he’s going to lose the election and…
    Locker Room contributor, April 21, 2004
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    ?Thank very much, she?ll be here all week?

    Here?s a great lead paragraph to a story in the Salisbury Post: It took county officials three years to sell 1,200 shares of Yadkin Railroad stock, but commissioners needed only about five minutes to spend most of it.
    Locker Room contributor, April 21, 2004