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Friday Afternoon Roundup - The Dead Baby Media

Friday Afternoon Roundup - The Dead Baby Media

If the text on that one is too small for you, it's a CNN piece headlined, "Why the Syrian regime is killing babies."  There's not much to add to that. The Syrian regime may be killing babies, but CNN killed journalism. With some help from the New York Times, the Washington Post and the BBC. ...

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Nocturne in Black and White

Nocturne in Black and White

The respected black commentator and philosopher Thomas Sowell has describedthe growing toll of black-on-white violence as a race war. I would take issue with that only because "war" implies a level of organization that supersedes that of the flash mobs.  Most of the riot organizers have moved ...

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In the Sixteenth Year of Obama

In the Sixteenth Year of Obama

A Scientific Romance of the Year 2024

In the sixteenth year of Obama, Marc and Julie obtained a carbon pass and set off on a light rail journey in a comfortable semi-transparent carriage traveling at a top speed of 30 kilometers per hour whose motive power came entirely from sunshine. As it was a ...

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Friday Afternoon Roundup - Spot the Narrative

Friday Afternoon Roundup - Spot the Narrative

Wouldn't it be terrible if we lived in some kind of dictatorship where a tiny group of powerful men controlled the broadcast media and used it to justify abuses of power by the government?  Isn't it great that we live in a country where we don't have to worry about that kind of thing?

Yeah me ...

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America: A Rogue Nation

America: A Rogue Nation

The debate over the Iraq War that was held in the United Nations, and in academic and foreign policy circles, could be broken down as the question whether it was Iraq or the United States that was the rogue nation. On the one hand, Iraq had defied multiple UN resolutions, but so had the United ...

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The Legacy of Vidal Sassoon

The Legacy of Vidal Sassoon

I first became aware of Vidal Sassoon’s rise to prominence about 45 years ago as a young student at Cambridge University. It was the age of Beatlemania, the heyday of the fashion designer Mary Quant and her mini-skirts, of the celebrity photographer David Bailey, the spirit of Carnaby Street and ...

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All Things to All People

All Things to All People

President Clinton was, as we all know, the nation's first black president. Now Newsweekhas declared Obama to be America's first gay president which means the first gay president will probably have to settle for being called the first alien president and, after that, the first alien president ...

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How to Write About Israel

How to Write About Israel

Writing about Israel is a booming field. No news agency, be it ever so humble, can avoid embedding a few correspondents and a dog's tail of stringers into Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, to sit in cafes clicking away on their laptops, meeting up with leftist NGO's and the oppressed Muslim of the week.

At a ...

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Friday Afternoon Roundup - Profiles in Outrage

Friday Afternoon Roundup - Profiles in Outrage

PROFILES IN COURAGE

So after four years, Obama finally got around to openly stating a position that everyone knew he always held, but that he sorta denied he held until the fundraising needs were bad enough to bring it to the table. And it's a position devoid of specific commitments too.

The ...

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