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Bill Kristol, neocon wunderkind, is now a â€œconservativeâ€ voice over at the New York Times. Paul Mulshine, writing for NJ.com, gets it right. â€œKristol is in fact a neoconservative,â€ he declares, although this is also a misrepresentation, as there is no room for the word â€œconservativeâ€ in â€œneoconservatism.â€
One of the paragraphs in the manifesto read; â€œWe shall try to say no single word which should appeal to one group rather than to another. All, equally, are in peril, and, if the peril is understood, there is hope that they may collectively avert it.â€
Then I saw the story in question. It couldn't have been considered very important by WSJ editors, because it was buried on an inside page. But it sure jumped out to me. The headline asked: Who Bought the Magna Carta?
The chief reason this does not shock us is that the same could be said, and was said, of each of the previous six years. It's been quite a millennium so far for Washington, D.C.
With 40 percent of Iowaâ€™s Republican caucus voters expected to come from the ranks of conservative Christians, peace activists occupied Mike Huckabeeâ€™s campaign headquarters in Iowaâ€™s capital city today with signs asking the former Baptist minister, â€œWho Would Jesus Bomb?â€
The answer was, â€œSure!â€ The next morning two Mohawks, one from Kahnawake and another from Kanehsatake, met up with two other Mohawks from Akwesasne in Upstate New York for the long drive in the pick up truck to the big Apple.
But while these 44 riders began their journey under the shadow of U.S. Treaty, their numbers will swell to over 100 and end under the protection of a free and sovereign Lakota Nation.
While other movie critics were less enthusiastic, almost all emphasized the "universal" appeal of a story of childhood friendship, betrayal and atonement, set against the backdrop of three decades of recent Afghan history.
Add a comment Add a comment Read more: Preposterous Bushie Legal Arguments of 2007Itâ€™s the sign of a government that truly disdains the rule of law, indeed, it hates law almost as much as it hates law enforcement and lawyers. Is anyone making the Herculean attempt to catalogue them all?