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Posted by Mark on July 31, 2002

This Is What Got Me Started
There are alot of weblogs, or blogs, out there. More all the time. They most assuredly fill a need in the journalism community, rather journalists like it or not.
How Weblogs Keep the Media Honest (washingtonpost.com)

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Posted by Mark on July 31, 2002

Michael Kelley
The Anti-U.S. Tide Turns (washingtonpost.com)

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Posted by Mark on July 31, 2002

This Is a Huge Story

Hadley Arkes on the Born-Alive Infants Protection Act on National Review Online

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Posted by Mark on July 31, 2002

Another win for School Choice

OpinionJournal – Outside the Box

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Posted by Mark on July 31, 2002

This Is a Huge Story
Hadley Arkes on the Born-Alive Infants Protection Act on National Review Online

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Posted by Mark on July 31, 2002

Another win for School Choice
OpinionJournal – Outside the Box

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Posted by Mark on July 31, 2002

F-16s dispatched to chase…..something
What the heck do you make of this? Art Bell, where are you?

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Posted by Mark on July 30, 2002

F-16s dispatched to chase…..something
What the heck do you make of this? Art Bell, where are you?

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Posted by Mark on July 30, 2002

Trust in a Climate of Distrust
This is a profound look at what has happened to trust in government.

This paragraph is especially poignant:

Where there is trust, the very whisper of mistrust would be enough to make a government official resign. In such a case the unusualness of suspicion’s being directed at him would make him a distraction to his colleagues and his party and to government institutions in general. But where mistrust is the order of the day and scandal, or pseudo-scandal, has become routine, there is no trust to be undermined. Nowadays officials from the president on down are mistrusted from their first day in office by the opposition and the media, at least, and so there becomes no way of distinguishing between this routine mistrust and that which genuinely might require a resignation or a dismissal.

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Posted by Mark on July 30, 2002

Where’s Janet Reno When You Need Her?

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