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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 [...]

Five Years And Counting At Below The Beltway

by @ Sunday, July 4th, 2010. Filed under Blogging, News About The Site

It was five years ago today that I first dipped my toes into the blogosphere.
It’s been a fun four years, and despite a haitus here and there, I’m pretty pleased that I’ve been able to make this enough of a regular thing that over 1.8 million people have seen fit to stop by. [...]

Ken Cuccinelli’s ObamaCare Lawsuit Hits The Courtroom

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

Quote Of The Day: Closing Of The Political Mind Edition

Rick Moran has a conversation with himself and diagnosis what is wrong with political discourse in this country:
It got to the point last week, after reading the usual nonsense from many conservatives about how Obama is deliberately trying to “destroy” the country, or is a Marxist, or wants to be a dictator, or is favoring [...]

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.

Photo Of The Day: Damn It Feels Good To Be Governor Edition

by @ Thursday, June 17th, 2010. Filed under Blogging, In The News

H/T: Top Of The Ticket

Thoughts On The Gaza Blockade

by @ Thursday, June 10th, 2010. Filed under Blogging, Foreign Affairs, Israel, Middle East, Outside The Beltway

That are likely to get me in trouble in some circles……
Over at OTB: What Does Snack Food Have To Do With Keeping Weapons Out Of Gaza ?

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