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    Fomenting revolution

    In related news, UNCW Prof. Mike “Can’t we revoke his tenure?” Adams has a good column today urging campus conservatives to ramp up their efforts. quote ——————– Recently, the College Republicans (CRs) tried to do just that at UNC-Wilmington. Last fall, they made a public records request,…
    Locker Room contributor, January 20, 2004
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    By the way

    It’s not really been reported, nor has it been the building controversy of, say, Ann Coulter, but today Ralph Nader will speak on campus at the University of North Carolina at Conservatism’s Harmful.
    Locker Room contributor, January 20, 2004
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    Howling at the Iowa moon

    I was thinking Ric Flair, but so far, Jonah Goldberg on National Review Online’s The Corner has the best take on Dean?s meltdown. ?Dean reminds me of the Hulk in that interim stage just before Bruce Banner turns green and starts to rip his clothes.?…
    Locker Room contributor, January 20, 2004
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    Re: Bowled Over

    Pshaw. Charlotte and the Super Bowl can’t hold a candle to Raleigh’s Claymania, babeee!…
    Locker Room contributor, January 19, 2004
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    Bowled Over

    Charlotte is still in the dumb-struck phase of the Carolina Panthers’ improbable trip to the Super Bowl, so before we start seeing wild over-reaching on what-it-all-means, I’d like to say that it is just really, really, really neat. Really. There is something about a championship Niffle game being able…
    Locker Room contributor, January 19, 2004
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    seperating school and state

    I have just noticed that some pretty big names have signed the Separation of School and State Alliance’s proclamation. The most prominent folks to sign recently are magicians Penn and Teller and Dinesh D’Souza. The statement simply says “I proclaim publicly that I favor ending government involvement in…
    Locker Room contributor, January 19, 2004
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    The “campaign finance reform” blues

    The ridiculous (not to mention unconstitutional) jihad in favor of “campaign finance reform” has begun creating its inevitable unhappy side effects. One of them is the way that it aids candidates who appeal to groups of people with lots of time on their hands. Read this column for an…
    Locker Room contributor, January 19, 2004
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    Euphemism watch

    A UNC-CH professor of pediatrics informs us that it’s not “laziness,” it’s “output failure.”…
    Locker Room contributor, January 19, 2004