September 3, 2003
Setting the record straight

Pejman Yousefzadeh has a long, involved, link-filled post on gubernatorial hopeful Cruz Bustamante and his ties to the racist, separatist organization, MEChA. Some partisans have gone out of their way to excuse the inexcusable. Pejman does an excellent job of taking them to task.

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September 3, 2003
Acknowledging Democracy

It seems at least one Texas Democrat has decided that the majority rules, and has ended his "exile" in New Mexico, likely giving Republicans the quorum they need to push through a fair redistricting plan. [If you're unfamiliar with the background of this situation, check here and here.] In the New York Times story, Democrat […]

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September 3, 2003
Setting the bar low

CNet's site often does a pretty good job of tech reporting -- explaining sometimes complex issues in terms most computer users can understand. However, this statement in a Q&A with State Sen. Deborah Bowen had me chuckling: The head of a Senate subcommittee on new technologies, Bowen is no technophobe. She's among the many […]

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September 3, 2003

I was going through some old files, straightening some things up, when I came across some of my old Cal Poly "Student Grade Reports." It's been nearly a decade since I graduated, and I've forgotten many of these classes I was required to take. Interestingly enough, I came across my final grade report -- I […]

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Politico today was a kneepads treatment of Warnock.

I don't mind someone thinks he was a better choice than Walker, but my G-d is he horrible and they touched on none of it. The lying in the corporate media is insane.

You could tell immediately from this NY Times article that the President of Peru is a leftist because the NY Times never mentions it.

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