Monthly Archives: November 2006

No, I’m not dead.

I’ve just taken a brief hiatus from blogging. I will be back to the usual semi-regular posting in a couple days time once time avails itself. A couple months back I mentioned doing a couple posts on the nature of … Continue reading

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This one is for MJ

Things never seem to change at my alma mater. Its old conservative… er… “traditional” roots seem to have found fertile ground amongst certain residents of Lang Hall. In this week’s issue of the Exponent, Matthew Jurick chimes in on the … Continue reading

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Post-Mortem on Election 2006 with Dr. John Green

Dr. John Green of the Bliss Institute at the University of Akron and the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life met with several local members of the Ohio blogosphere last evening at the Crowne Plaza on Quaker Square in … Continue reading

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Learn and Earn: The Corrupt Bargain

Turns out that Learn and Earn wasn’t just a corrupt bargain for our kids, but also for its field-level employees. This is from the blog of a former office director whose name has been removed: Finally… and I do mean … Continue reading

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Whatever happened to the good old days…

… when you could count on right-wing evangelical airbag not unlike Jerry Falwell to go into a mindless diatribe about the godless heathens in Israel? Apparently it is no more: For Evangelicals, Supporting Israel Is ‘God’s Foreign Policy’ I don’t … Continue reading

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Rumsfeld resigns; Gates nominated

At roughly 1PM this afternoon, President George Bush announced the resignation of Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. Quickly nominated to replace Mr. Rumsfeld was former CIA Director Robert Gates, who has served on James Baker’s group on Iraq exit strategy. … Continue reading

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Dem pickups…

As of right now, Dems hold even in the Senate (47+2) against the Republicans (49). Races in Virginia and Montana are yet to be decided, with Democrats holding small (less than 9,000) vote leads in both races. I called the … Continue reading

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