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Monthly Archives: July 2010
Every Friday we start your day off with a series of videos, loosely gathered around a theme. This week, what could broadly be called Roots Rock! Roots rock is a big field, and I’m not presuming to say this is … Continue reading
The Fatal Conceit. PDF New Healthcare. ht Independent Women’s Forum
Maybe it’s inevitable that this week, when I wrote about how religion and science are two windows onto the same world, we have a photo assignment about windows. This one was the hardest so far; windows are all around us, … Continue reading
Follow-up on the awesome Old Spice social media experiment from Adfreak: The applause for Old Spice’s incredible YouTube blitz this month hadn’t even died down when critics started panning the effort as ineffective.Rushing to judgment, some bloggers cited 52-week sales figures from … Continue reading
Yep, it’s the late edition of the too-close tuesday fun factory. T!T!
Those are the immortal words of Josh Zerkle (second item from bottom). The cable news outlet provoked his ire because they recently called for a crackdown against free speech. Wipe your feet on the Constitution, Newsbusters: Anchors Kyra Phillips and … Continue reading
What should the Supreme Court do? Since at least the 60’s, Liberals have been accused of being “activists”, with conservatives arguing for judicial “restraint”. In law school, I wrote a long treatment of this debate, tracking the idea that progressives … Continue reading
What’s the motivating principle behind liberalism? Or conservatism? Libertarians can boil it down to ‘liberty’, and explain adherence to that principle in academic, empirical, philosophical, and practical terms. But as much as I talk about the problems with libs and … Continue reading