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Archive for July, 2003

Posted by Mark on July 31, 2003

The Truth About OPEC

from Claudia Rosette

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Posted by Mark on July 30, 2003

The Truth About OPEC
from Claudia Rosette

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Posted by Mark on July 30, 2003

A Bishop Speaks Out on Anti Catholic Bigotry in the Senate

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Posted by Mark on July 29, 2003

A Bishop Speaks Out on Anti Catholic Bigotry in the Senate

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Posted by Mark on July 28, 2003

The 9/11 Report

I know, I know. I’m one of the few people outside of Washington who will actually wade through the entire report.

For those of you sane people who don’t want to do that, here and here are two great summaries from National Review.

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Posted by Mark on July 27, 2003

The 9/11 Report

I know, I know. I’m one of the few people outside of Washington who will actually wade through the entire report.
For those of you sane people who don’t want to do that, here and here are two great summaries from National Review.

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Posted by Mark on July 26, 2003

An Important Perspective From Victor Davis Hanson

These are still perilous times. But if anyone on September 12, 2001, had predicted that 22 months later there would still be no repeat of 9/11; that bin Laden would be either quiet, dead, or in hiding; that al Qaeda would be dispersed, the Taliban gone, and the likes of a Mr. Karzai in Kabul; that Saddam Hussein would be out of power, his sons dead, and an Iraqi national council emerging in his place; that troops would be leaving Saudi Arabia, Arafat ostracized, and Sharon seeking negotiations; that new Middle East agreements under discussion — and all at a cost of fewer than 300 American lives — then he would surely have been written off as a madman.

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Posted by Mark on July 25, 2003

An Important Perspective From Victor Davis Hanson

These are still perilous times. But if anyone on September 12, 2001, had predicted that 22 months later there would still be no repeat of 9/11; that bin Laden would be either quiet, dead, or in hiding; that al Qaeda would be dispersed, the Taliban gone, and the likes of a Mr. Karzai in Kabul; that Saddam Hussein would be out of power, his sons dead, and an Iraqi national council emerging in his place; that troops would be leaving Saudi Arabia, Arafat ostracized, and Sharon seeking negotiations; that new Middle East agreements under discussion � and all at a cost of fewer than 300 American lives � then he would surely have been written off as a madman.

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Posted by Mark on July 24, 2003

STOP THE PRESSES!!!

Study Reveals Democrats Favored in News Stories!

We never would have guessed….

And in a follow up to the above.

Public Wants Patriotic but Unbiased Media, Study shows.

Americans want their journalists to show some patriotism, respect the public, increase accuracy and lessen bias, according to a poll from the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press released yesterday.

Seventy percent of the respondents said news organizations should embrace “a decidedly ‘pro-American’ viewpoint,” the poll stated; among conservative Republicans, that figure stood at 85 percent. In comparison, 51 percent said the organizations “stand up for America.”

Ahem. Excuse me while I go turn on Fox News Channel.

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Posted by Mark on July 24, 2003

STOP THE PRESSES!!!
Study Reveals Democrats Favored in News Stories!

We never would have guessed….

And in a follow up to the above.
Public Wants Patriotic but Unbiased Media, Study shows.

Americans want their journalists to show some patriotism, respect the public, increase accuracy and lessen bias, according to a poll from the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press released yesterday.
Seventy percent of the respondents said news organizations should embrace “a decidedly ‘pro-American’ viewpoint,” the poll stated; among conservative Republicans, that figure stood at 85 percent. In comparison, 51 percent said the organizations “stand up for America.”

Ahem. Excuse me while I go turn on Fox News Channel.

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