January 26, 2003
Usually I don't like blowouts...

...but the one exception is when the Oakland Raiders are on the receiving end. The Tampa Bay Bucaneers made mincemeat out of the vaunted Raiders offense -- with Raiders quarterback Rich Gannon throwing 5 touchdown passes -- including three to various members of the Bucs' defense.

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January 25, 2003
The book is good, but the movie is better

Or at least more fun. I'm referring to Steven Spielberg's latest movie, "Catch me if you can." The movie is the story of Frank W. Abagnale, Jr. -- a notorious con man and check forger who stole millions of dollars before his 20th birthday. Abagnale posed as an airline pilot, a medical doctor, a lawyer […]

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January 23, 2003
Today's sign of the apocalypse

The only thing worse than this is if he actually wins.

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January 23, 2003
I'm exhausted

Just got back from working a way too-long day. So, contrary to earlier reports (see below), there won't be a lot of blogging. But I would like to point out this from the Media Research Center. In contrast to how all the networks featured soundbites from likable marchers in the anti-war protest over the weekend, […]

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January 23, 2003
Dearth of blogging

Sorry, but life has been very busy the past few days. Expect blogging to (hopefully) resume late tonight.

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January 20, 2003
I wish they'd come up with a better phrase

The Wall Street Journal editorial page has taken on the issue of the poor paying no federal taxes again. The Journal has referred to these people as "Lucky Duckies" -- a characterization that just gives columnists like Paul Krugman fodder for his column. However, I will point out, once again that Krugman is a liar […]

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January 20, 2003
On a related movie note

Is the following individual a racist? Please vote. I HATE interracial relationships. Why do white men feel that white women are inferior to those baloney smellin' black whores? And it's not only that, but it's as if white men HATE white women, the very people who gave birth to white men. I think that interracial […]

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January 20, 2003
The joy of liberal bloggers

Sometimes I miss good, old Jeffrey Hauser. Longtime readers of this blog will remember Hauser as a stalwart apologist/defender of New York Times columnist Paul Krugman who regularly posted his views in the comments link -- usually attached to the appropriate item. (A time or two a particular piece apparently got him in such a […]

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January 20, 2003
More on conscription and politics

The San Diego Union-Tribune's own Robert J. Caldwell has an article in the Sunday paper on the proposal to resume the draft. The article is based upon some facts from the Pentagon on our all-volunteer military -- and whatever Democratic congressmen Charlie Rangel and John Conyers say -- forcing people into the military that don't […]

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January 17, 2003
Ramesh on Roe v. Wade

Over at National Review Online. Even at the peak, most Americans disappointed pro-abortion ideologues by persisting in seeing abortion as a tragedy rather than a routine medical procedure. Parents do not dream of one day telling people about "my son the abortionist." Few men brag about pressuring their girlfriends or wives into having abortions. Unease […]

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