Liberty Just in Case

A Dialogue for the September 12th World

Archive for July 8th, 2002

Posted by Mark on July 8, 2002

It’s not often that The Washington Times mentions Schaumburg Illinois, and even less often in relation to a possible terrorist find.

Posted in War and Terror | Leave a Comment »

78710519

Posted by Mark on July 8, 2002

It looks like the Media, and the rest of the Democrats are striking out again, according to the Gallup Poll. . Ah well, they will keep trying, I’m sure.

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a Comment »

Posted by Mark on July 8, 2002

Concise analysis of the “Pledge” decision, and the real problem behind it.

Dov B. Fischer on Pledge of Allegiance & Judges on National Review Online

Posted in War and Terror | Leave a Comment »

78701162

Posted by Mark on July 8, 2002

It’s not often that The Washington Times mentions Schaumburg Illinois, and even less often in relation to a possible terrorist find.

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a Comment »

Posted by Mark on July 8, 2002

Best obituary I’ve read on Ted Williams. It begs the question, How many of the current Major Leaguers have volunteered for the current war? They will certainly have the free time to serve their country if they go on strike again.

Geoffrey Norman on Ted Williams on National Review Online

Posted in War and Terror | Leave a Comment »

Posted by Mark on July 8, 2002

We’ve all managed to move on after Sept. 11. At least we think we have. The Western Front reminds us that we have all changed since that day. He also gives a reminder that New Yorkers have probably changed the most.

Posted in War and Terror | Leave a Comment »

78691724

Posted by Mark on July 8, 2002

Concise analysis of the “Pledge” decision, and the real problem behind it.
Dov B. Fischer on Pledge of Allegiance & Judges on National Review Online

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a Comment »

78687753

Posted by Mark on July 8, 2002

Best obituary I’ve read on Ted Williams. It begs the question, How many of the current Major Leaguers have volunteered for the current war? They will certainly have the free time to serve their country if they go on strike again.
Geoffrey Norman on Ted Williams on National Review Online

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a Comment »

78684241

Posted by Mark on July 8, 2002

We’ve all managed to move on after Sept. 11. At least we think we have. The Western Front reminds us that we have all changed since that day. He also gives a reminder that New Yorkers have probably changed the most.

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a Comment »