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Like A Thief In The Night

by @ Sunday, November 27th, 2011. Filed under Blogging, Outside The Beltway

I haven’t posted much here recently, with my political blogging being now mostly at Outside The Beltway and my own indecision about what I should do next with this site.
Nonetheless, I feel it necessary to say something about the news at OTB today from its founder, James Joyner, that his wife had passed away in [...]

Ron Paul And Gary Johnson

by @ Tuesday, April 26th, 2011. Filed under Blogging, Outside The Beltway

I am quoted in this Daily Caller article about the differences between Ron Paul and former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson.

For those of you arriving here from the link in that article, you can find most of my current political writing over at Outside The Beltway.

Mid-Term-A-Palooza Live Blog

by @ Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010. Filed under 2010 Elections, Blogging, Elections, Outside The Beltway, Politics

I’ll be participating in a live blog of tonight’s election returns at United Liberty along with Jason Pye and whoever else shows up. We’ll start sometime around 6:45pm and continue until, well, perhaps until the Alaska write-in votes are counted  in two weeks (not really).
I will also be posting occasional posts at Outside The Beltway, [...]

Blogging Afghanistan At OTB

by @ Monday, September 20th, 2010. Filed under Afghanistan, Blogging, Foreign Affairs, Outside The Beltway

I’ve got two Afghanistan-related posts up at OTB today, and neither one of them brings good news.
First, my comments on reports of a U.S. Army Platoon that appears to have gone on a mass murder spree targeted at innocent Afghans.
Second, it appears that, once again, an election in Afghanistan has been tainted by allegations [...]

Meanwhile, Over At OTB

by @ Thursday, July 22nd, 2010. Filed under Blogging, Outside The Beltway

I’ve had quite a few pieces that might be interesting over at Outside the Beltway this week, in case you’ve missed them:

On Tuesday, I noted that Andrew Sullivan is continuing his bizarre obsession with Trig Palin’s birth;
Yesterday, I dove into the Shirley Sherrod story;
And today, I’ve got pieces up about JournoList, which seems to be [...]

Ken Cuccinelli’s ObamaCare Lawsuit Hits The Courtroom

Yesterday actually, and I’ve got my write-up about it over at Outside The Beltway.

Story Of The Day: Stanley McChrystal

by @ Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010. Filed under Outside The Beltway

I’ve got two posts up at Outside The Beltway about the only story they’re talking about in Washington:
Question Of The Day: Will He Stay Or Will He Go ?
and
The Real News From The McChrystal Interview: The Troops Aren’t Happy
Go check em out.

Stanley McChrystal Channels Douglas MacArthur, And Not In A Good Way

My take on what is likely to be the big news of today and tomorrow over at Outside The Beltway.
And, here is the Rolling Stone article which started it all:
The Runaway General

North Korean Communists Admit Communism Doesn’t Work

by @ Friday, June 18th, 2010. Filed under Foreign Affairs, North Korea, Outside The Beltway

Details at Outside The Beltway

The First Amendment And Education

Over at Outside The Beltway, I take a look at the case of two Massachusetts high school teachers disciplined for an anti-war protest at a school assembly.

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