Things Heard: e80v1
- The freedom of letting go.
- Anti-semetic and philosemetic and some 19th century literature.
- There will be a second round. Jah, we knew that.
- Concerning a particularly useful invention.
- On SSM.
- Bitter-sweet customs.
- What is democracy … a global view.
- A ghastly city, perhaps that will put an end to romanticising the native American culture.
- An early road map.
- This sort of begs an important question. How do people think they can do climate prediction if solar output varys and we don’t understand how or why?
- He may “have a point”, just not the one you think he has. When you read, “The recent attacks by Republican leaders and their ideological fellow-travelers on the effort to reform the health-care system have been so misleading, so disingenuous, that they could only spring from a cynical effort to gain partisan political advantage. By poisoning the political well, they’ve given up any pretense of being the loyal opposition.” I think one could transplant objections and responses to objections over the Iraq war directly into this sentiment. Yet, I figure few on the left thought their objections were “cynical efforts to gain partisan political advantage”. There’s a lesson here.
- In that line of thought, an exercise for the left. Replace the words “Obama” with “Bush” in this article and what would be your response.
- If this idea becomes the norm, will publishing in a “reject” journal satisfy degree requirements?
- This notion on healthcare that everyone without insurance wants it that way is problematic.
- Where the left’s version of the birther inanity is showing up.
- Syriac study resources.
- Religion and Egypt.
- On Darwin and ideas.
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