Archive for July 13th, 2005

Jul 13 2005

Stem Cell Snake Oil

I have now totally cleaned up the exrtaneous text which had nothing to do with stem cells I do not come out against embryonic stem cell research from the moral high ground – though it does exist. I come out against it because, from a scientific view, it is something being hyped and marketed by […]

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Jul 13 2005

Matt Cooper Better Watch Out

Matt Cooper is very close to serious trouble. He is not in legal trouble – yet. But his next decision will determine what kind of life he has after this ridiculous Plame/Wilson debacle. Matt Cooper is at best a serial exaggerator, and at worst a liar. If one reads the emails he sent to his […]

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Jul 13 2005

Bolton Recess Appointment

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Capt Ed Morrissey has news out that Bolton will accept a recess appointment. We have been awaiting this news for a couple of weeks now since we posted on it earlier. This agreement would appear to clear the decks for the upcoming SCOTUS confirmation fight, allowing both parties to focus on the nominee Bush selects […]

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Jul 13 2005

Left In their Fantasy

The problem the leftward fringes in this country have is their denial of reality and their place in it. They wish it was not so and lash out at anyone who believes we should face our challenges. They have gone to extreme lengths to hide from the evil and the risks this evil represents. One […]

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Jul 13 2005

WSJ On Plame Game

Today’s WSJ has a good, concise rundown on the Plame debacle (Hat tip: RealClearPolitics). First it brings out a revelation that supports my contention that the outing of Plame is not an issue anymore. Surprisingly this comes from the very media who called for the investigation: On the “no underlying crime” point, moreover, no less […]

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Jul 13 2005

Pope Fights Potter, Will Lose

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I have not been a practicing Catholic for a long time. I hold dear all the teachings that make sense and mesh with other religions (thou shall not kill, love thy neighbor, etc.) . We have gone back to the church from time to time to reconnect and see how things are doing. But the […]

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Jul 13 2005

Professor Bainbridge On Justice Stevens

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Lots of folks have been wondering why Justice Rehnquist had not announced his retirement. My theory had been Rehnquist was going to wait to be the last to announce this summer since he was Chief Justice, and for many reasons he should go last. Well thanks to a post at Viking Pundit, it appears Professor […]

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