Daily Archives: June 11, 2007

Another Good Day for the Rule of Law

Via the New York Times: In a stinging rejection of one of the Bush administration’s central assertions about the scope of executive authority to combat terrorism, a federal appeals court ordered the Pentagon to release a man being held as an enemy combatant. “To sanction such presidential authority to order the military to seize and […]

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The Creation Museum Photoshoppery Continues Unabated

This one’s from Christian DeBaun: In real life, those dinosaurs would be standing in my neighbor’s hay field. I suspect he’d come out in his golf cart to chase them away. That would be funny as hell. I’ve got a few more of these in e-mail, which I’ll post later; and of course if you […]

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My Sole Thought Regarding the End of “The Sopranos”

My main takeaway from The Sopranos‘ final minutes was to note that Journey continues to spread its Escape-era hegemony through our popular culture, and perhaps it is time to acknowledge that it is Steve Perry’s world, we just live in it.

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