June 14, 2002

I'm back online. Just got the new cable modem installed, but regular posting will not really occur until Sunday. One short note before I go: somebody needs to pay their bills.

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June 11, 2002

A few final thoughts on Krugman: I say final in that I won't be online to critique him on Friday. The computer I'm working on now is the next thing to be disassembled for travel to my new home. If Krugman is particularly distasteful, I might post something Saturday or Sunday, but no guarantees. First […]

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June 10, 2002

OK, so I took a break from packing to check out Krugman's latest. There's so much wrong with it that I really don't have the time dissect it thoroughly -- but one thing that just caused my jaw to drop. [S]ome months ago an academic colleague � a man with strong Democratic connections � urged […]

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June 9, 2002

Posting notice: My move is fast approaching. Posts slowed last week, and will practically disappear this coming week. My apologies. For those of you looking for your twice-weekly Krugman fix check out the Minuteman. I will return next weekend. In the meantime, GO USA soccer!

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June 6, 2002

I'd stop if he'd stop: Paul "$50,000 Enron man" Krugman that is. Apparently the world would be a much better place if we had no power plants, signed the Kyoto global warming treaty, and simply ignored that Sept. 11 ever happened. I know what you're thinking: I'm exaggerating. Yes, but Krugman is too. Krugman's latest […]

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June 6, 2002

James Taranto, the author of The Wall Street Journal's "Best of the Web Today" is not much of a soccer fan, and it shows. America woke up Wednesday to one of its greatest soccer wins," the Associated Press reports from Suwon, South Korea. "The U.S. soccer team shocked heavily favored Portugal at the World Cup, […]

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June 6, 2002

I guess that there is some hubbub going on in the blogosphere over Darwinism vs. Intelligent Design. Why? Because Instapundit says so. Instapundit points to this piece by Iain Murray who says that ID is nothing more than a backdoor strategy to get creationism into the classroom, and that it has no scientific validity. ID […]

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June 4, 2002

Score one for me!: Last month I wrote that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission was getting serious about investigating what exactly happened last year when the lights went out in California. At that time, in a column for the New York Times, columnist Paul Krugman wrote: "And I'm sure that there will be a determined […]

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June 4, 2002

An Arizona blogger points out the similarities between your common, disease-carrying rat and California Gov. Gray Davis. So creepy and so right.

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June 4, 2002

What they knew and when they knew it Bush administration reveals who had information on Sept. 11 terror attacks -- and didn't warn the public (Hoystory.com) -- The Bush administration issued a preliminary report today that points the finger of blame for failure to prevent the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks squarely at America's psychics. "All […]

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I had a ruptured ectopic pregnancy in the state of Tennessee one month ago. At no time was I refused care and at no time was anyone restricted from saving my life, even though my baby did die. This is misinformation that could prevent women from seeking help. https://twitter.com/whitehouse/status/1617254668488278017

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In states where abortion is restricted, doctors live in fear of being thrown in jail for simply doing their job.

Dr. Zahedi-Spung shares her story as we call on Congress to protect reproductive freedom for the people of America.

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