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    Preemption Doctrine goes to Mars

    Don’t be fooled; the Bush space plan isn’t about space exploration &c. It’s the next use of the Preemption Doctrine ? to stop this galactic terrorist from succeeding in his plan to blow up the Earth for obstructing his view of Venus (and not, as erroneously reported…
    Locker Room contributor, January 14, 2004
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    Morning in Iowa

    Morning polling in the Hawkeye State shows dramatic improvement for Sens. John Kerry and John Edwards. Zogby says Kerry is tied with Rep. Richard Gephardt for second, and Edwards is in third place. The Washington Post’s Terry Neal writes: “To some extent, polls can reinforce voter behavior as well.
    Locker Room contributor, January 14, 2004
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    Re: Little Ice Age

    I don’t believe the earth has been around for 10,000 years.
    Locker Room contributor, January 14, 2004
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    Little Ice Age

    I’ve always found this fascinating and wanted to share with the rest of you: “In the 10,000 years since the end of the last major ice age, which closed the Pleistocene Epoch, Earth’s climate has undergone a series of global warmings and global coolings. ” – Alan Cutler…
    Locker Room contributor, January 14, 2004
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    From UNC-CH, some whine & cheese

    Pity the poor kid who can’t force companies to bend to his will, who thinks the First Amendment guarantees him the right to be heard or else. Come to think of it, I see a lot of these types in nurseries. The real shame of it is, the police…
    Locker Room contributor, January 14, 2004
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    Re: (Education) Empire

    The New Jersey case that Malkin cites is similar to a case here in Johnston County, which CBS News used as the basis for its hatchet job on homeschooling.
    Locker Room contributor, January 14, 2004
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    Dean favored “unilateral” action ? in Bosnia

    Get a load of his letter to Pres. Clinton.
    Locker Room contributor, January 14, 2004
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    The (education) empire strikes back

    This should come as no surprise, but state officials (in New Jersey, but it could be any state) are using a single instance of mal-parenting as a pretext for a regulatory crackdown on home schooling. Read all about it in Michelle Malkin’s column. My surmise is that home schooling…
    Locker Room contributor, January 14, 2004