September 15, 2003
They do do corrections

The New York Times editorial page has two corrections in Tuesday's paper. [A]n Op-Ed article on Friday about the playoff hopes of the Cubs and the White Sox incompletely described the life cycle of cicadas in Chicago. While some have appeared after 13 years underground, most emerge after 17 years. An Op-Ed article on Sunday […]

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September 15, 2003

NOW president Kim Gandy has written a letter to The New York Times defending her organization's decision to trivialize itself by endorsing Carol Moseley-Braun for president. If Braun ever started polling in double digits, the media would be forced to stop ignoring her corrupt past. She would then plunge once more into the depths of […]

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September 15, 2003

I'm not talking about home-improvement -- despite the fact that ever since the new owners of the condo above mine took ownership, their bathroom has been leaking into mine. (It's being taken care of -- one way or another.) No, I'm referring to Mark Steyn's latest column on not relying on government when you can […]

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September 15, 2003
Dick Gephardt, Miserable failure

Presidential hopeful and AWOL legislator Dick Gephardt appeared on Fox News Sunday and demonstrated unequivocally that he should never set foot anywhere near the White House. In the first segment of the show, Secretary of State Colin Powell revealed that the French would like to have a solid date for turning over complete control of […]

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In a just world, SB 918 and its New York counterpart would make the Supreme Court* say: "well, we tried to let you keep shall issue, but you morons just couldn't help yourselves, so now constitutional carry is the law of the land".

*Hopefully it doesn't need to go to SCOTUS.

New talking points just dropped in WaPo -- if that's the excuse for the raid, how does the FBI also justify letting Clinton skate when she also had docs "classified at the highest classification level"?

The most dramatic consequences of government intervention occurred in Sri Lanka, where a 2021 fertilizer ban led to a massive reduction in yields, sparking starvation and an economic crisis that brought down the government in July.

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