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National Journal examines the differences between Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain in a 10-part series looking at their policy records and proposals concerning the major issues in the presidential race. The magazine will also host a series of … Continue reading
Thoughts about VP nominee Sarah Palin from a fellow resident of Wasilla: Crosscut Seattle – About Sarah Palin: an e-mail from Wasilla Enjoy.
Monday morning, the McCain campaign quietly announced that would-be Vice President Sarah Palin’s 17 year old unwed daughter Bristol was 5 months pregnant. Apparently, the announcement was to counter growing blog chatter from the likes of DailyKos that Gov. Palin’s … Continue reading
A spectre is haunting the liberal elites of New York and Washington–the spectre of a young, attractive, unapologetic conservatism, rising out of the American countryside, free of the taint (fair or unfair) of the Bush administration and the recent Republican … Continue reading
Here’s how Steven Pinker describes the actual science in “The Blank Slate”: “Just as a microscope reveals that a straight edge is really ragged, research on human reproduction shows that the ‘moment of conception’ is not a moment at all. … Continue reading