Monthly Archives: March 2012

Fighting abortion terrorism with love

Interesting column (click) in the Washington Post about an abortion clinic’s landlord who has decided that the harrassing phone calls are a bit much. So he gets their number and has his friends call the harrassers back. He’s now collected … Read More

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GOP bites hand that feeds it

I’ve been saying for years that the anti-government folks pushing a hard-core¬†smaller government¬†agenda are going to hate it when that agenda comes into power, and we’re seeing a bit of this now. As this article (click) in the NYTimes reports, … Read More

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Cash for degrees? This is easy

My column last week on higher education having some sort of value brought an interesting response from a professor at Weber State University. This professor said he occasionally gets a complaint from a student who doesn’t like his/her grade because … Read More

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Cars are for old people

Interesting article in the NYTimes (here!) about how GM is trying to get the younger generation interested in cars again. Apparently young people don’t go all ga-ga over the next year’s models like they used to and this is hurting … Read More

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New Vonnegut book sale Kindles my ire

OK, this pisses me off. An unpublished novella by Kurt Vonnegut Jr. is going to be published. That’s cool. Even though it was originally rejected by the Saturday Evening Post — one assumes the editors had their reasons; even great … Read More

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