Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Lunch: 10/11/2005

Try one of these specials with your lunch:


  1. Instant Pundit interviews either orr

    Imagine my surprise.
    The evil Instant Pundit has decided to usurp Basil's decision to revive The Blog Interviews. Worse yet, the King of Puppy Blenders has decided to start with either orr.

  2. The Politicization of Public Schools

    With children in the public school system, Ive certainly been paying careful attention to education issues and the sociopolitical aspects thereof. Jacob Sullum, Editor of the journal Reason, has been too. He links the Michael Newdow lawsuit ov...

  3. Who Gave Bush the Hammer?

    It's going to take a long time to rebuild New Orleans with help like this.

  4. There won't be any hanging chads....

    in Iraq's constitutional referendum even though Saddam Hussein gets to vote! Sorry for the gallows humor but its ironic. Saddam will get to vote yes or no on the new constitution that among other things bans the Saddamist Baath party.

  5. Okay, Blogger has a linkback thingy, but I don't think I have it figured out. At any rate, more Headline News at for bloggin outloud - note new url. :-)

  6. Two New Debates

    Both these threads are continuation of ongoing arguments with anti-war bloggers that are taking place all over at this point, here at Dadmanly, at Blackfive, and n...

  7. Mapes, Rather Defend Subway Threat:

    ...But ex-CBS segment producer Mary Mapes has released a chapter from her upcoming book ?Truth and Duty: The Press, the President, and the Privilege of Power? which reveals that she still believes that the danger to New York was real, and that any ta...

  8. Flood Pork

    They rebuilt their summer home on the barrier island even though it was in the path of hurricanes. the Leacys are an American story showing all you need is grit and pluck and thousands of dollars of someone else's money to rebuild your summer home.

  9. State Rights or Accepted Medical Purpose?

    Last week the Supreme Court heard arguments in Gonzalez v. State of Oregon regarding the state's law which permits assisted suicide.

  10. Thanks for the shout out! I'm going come here often.

  11. Lyn:
    Yeah, I got to check into that. I'm not sure that it's standard TrackBacks, but perhaps something along the line of Technorati's "Who Links Here" kinda thing. Still, it's something I'm going to do some serious looking at.


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