August 16, 2003
Bad, Bad, BBC

Josh Chafetz, an Oxford University student, outlines the journalistic malpractice going on at the once-respected British Broadcasting Corp.

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August 16, 2003
Tolerance vs. Acceptance

I once had an argument with a former co-worker who thought that the two terms were interchangeable. Mark Steyn has a great article in the Jerusalem Post [relatively painless registration required] that recounts some rather outrageous violations of free speech in Canada and overseas regarding homosexuality. No, it's not the gays who are being muzzled, […]

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August 16, 2003
Playing the race card in Texas

I've written before about the brouhaha over redistricting in Texas. Democrats complain that the move is a power grab -- which it is. But it's also the way politics work. From my previous post on the subject: Texas was redistricted by a court after the Democrats managed to halt a redistricting plan in 2000. Texas […]

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August 16, 2003
Don't know much about Canada

You gotta love this correction in today's Union-Tribune: A story yesterday about the massive power blackout that rolled across the Northeast, Midwest and southern Canada, misidentified Ottawa as the capital of Ontario. In fact, Ottawa is the capital of Canada. I had nothing to do with this mistake, but it does go to show you […]

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August 16, 2003
We get results

Press attention and outrage at the San Diego Border Patrol "leadership" that issued a memo barring enforcement of immigration laws in most of San Diego has resulted in the order being rescinded. Yesterday's announcement was made from the office of Robert Bonner, commissioner of the U.S. Bureau of Customs and Border Protection. A review of […]

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Amazing farewell for #DeltaIVHeavy st #VANDENBERG and great photos by @lwood83 @RC_FirePhoto and Matt Udkow

I tweeted a few days ago about what appeared to me to be a largely baseless charge of plagiarism made by @PhilWMagness. The evidence of plagiarism is more extensive than I was led to believe by the article I’d read about it. I’m deleting the tweets and I apologize to Mr. Magness.

I remember the 2009 Green Revolution in Iran where people were protesting for basic human rights. The Obama administration, including you as Secretary of State, never did anything to help them. And Biden won't do anything now, because he'd rather have a terrible nuke deal.

Hillary Clinton @HillaryClinton

Iranians are protesting for their basic human rights in the aftermath of the horrific death of Mahsa Zhina Amini. Iranians deserve to live free from violence and intimidation. The world is watching.

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