February 27, 2003

Mr. Rogers has died. That just puts a damper on your day.

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February 26, 2003
Why didn't I think of this?

The VikingPundit has reworked one of my favorite Monty Python skits to give it a more up-to-date/current events feel. Check it out.

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February 26, 2003
More on the DMCA

The Digital Millennium Copyright Act looks to be a bigger and bigger mistake as time goes by. Of course, we shouldn't be at all surprised by the inability of anyone over the age of 30 to understand modern technology. The new litmus test for passing any law relating to computers is a demonstrated ability to […]

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February 25, 2003
Siding with Chiraq

Union-Tribune columnist James Goldsborough has chosen sides -- and he chooses the French. In his Monday column, Goldsborough concurs with French President Jacques Chiraq's assessment of which countries are allowed to voice their opinions on foreign policy. The declarations from the "new" Europe are freebies. Their positions are not quite as craven as the Turks, […]

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February 25, 2003
Krugman's credibility

The more things change, the more they stay the same. I'm not going to do a complete deconstruction of New York Times columnist Paul Krugman's latest column -- because there's nothing really new in it. When I finally get a syndicated column, I hope that I'll be able to get paid recycling the same thing […]

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February 24, 2003
Revolution in Iran

The Los Angeles Times has an article on how the "Persian street" sees the upcoming war with Iraq. When newspaper headlines suggest that Washington's resolve may be wavering, anxiety sets in. "Are they changing their mind?" Goli Afshar, a 23-year-old student, asked as she alternately tightened and loosened her grip on a mug at a […]

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February 23, 2003
Hollywood expertise

Just watched actress Janeane Garafalo on "Fox News Sunday." She's definitely not the sharpest tool in the shed. Unfortunately, Fox News anchor Tony Snow let Garafalo get away with the claim that the U.S. was responsible for "6,000 to 7,000" civilian casualties during the war on Afghanistan. Even Professor Marc Herold, whose counting method has […]

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February 23, 2003
Smarter Harper's Index

The latest one is up. A mini-rant is included in this month's box!

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February 23, 2003
War on Terrorism

The FBI last week arrested former University of South Florida professor Sami Al-Arian -- finally. Al-Arian got in trouble more than a year ago after appearing on Fox News Channel's "The O'Reilly Factor." O'Reilly confronted Al-Arian with statements he was videotaped making: "Let us damn America. Let us damn Israel (and) their allies until their […]

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February 22, 2003
Beware the Jacquesbot!

Mark Steyn is hilarious.

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"The decision will give a blueprint for the government to pry open safe deposit boxes, storage lockers, and other private spaces—and to take the contents with civil forfeiture."

This is why no one trusts you or your network, Andrew. It took 5 paragraphs to get to the part where it explains that this "interview" was by a random guy accosting Kent on the street and asking him questions. It's almost as if you want an even smaller audience than you have now. https://twitter.com/KFILE/status/1575930899635511296

andrew kaczynski @KFILE

GOP congressional candidate Joe Kent's ties to white nationalists include interview with Nazi sympathizer https://www.cnn.com/2022/09/30/politics/kfile-joe-kent-ties-to-white-nationalists-nazi-sympathizer/index.html

It's become a losing battle, but I'm glad @jessesingal stands with the dwindling camp of journalists who don't believe every sentence they publish must be laced with propaganda. If only there were some journalism professors still in that camp.

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