December 28, 2006
Whose side are they on?

It's too often been said by conservative policy wonks that the U.S. State Department represents every country on the Earth -- except the U.S. That is, they lobby our government for foreign interests, rather than foreign governments for our interests. A case in point is the treatment of the still-dead terrorist Yasser Arafat. Scott Johnson […]

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December 28, 2006
Good for the goose

I condemned Florida Democrat Sen. Bill Nelson earlier this month for undertaking some freelance diplomacy with Syria. To assure Hoystory readers that I can be bipartisan in my criticism, today I condemn Republican Sen. Arlen Specter for doing the same thing.

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December 28, 2006
I'm sure mine is in the mail

Microsoft and Acer collaborated to send review PCs loaded with Windows Vista to certain bloggers which they can keep, gift to readers (yeah, right) or return to Microsoft (yeah, right, right). Just a note to the Microsoft marketing team: I can be bought. Cheap.

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Yet another example of how antigunners would prefer more gun-related deaths if the alternative is a pro-gun group getting some bit of credit for reducing them.

A cartoon that teaches kids gun safety is offensive now? I don't think any TV network carries Eddie Eagle. Only way a

Jonas Edwards-Jenks @Jonas_EJ

"Founder @shannonrwatts of @MomsDemand asserts that Eddie Eagle is 'a propaganda tool, similar to Joe Camel in marketing cigarettes to kids.' Her critique is painfully plausible."

Makes me embarrassed to be a 'scientist', whatever that means anymore

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