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Tuesday, May 06, 2003  

Sometimes, I think liberals are just out to destroy all that is good. Why do they always support things like this? Is it that they can't stand it when things are normal and decent, and they have to make things bad? Why is it that they must destroy things as they are and replace them with their perverted sense of right and wrong?

posted by d | 1:44 AM
 

Jonah Goldeberg has an article also at National Review, regarding Bill Bennetts gambling. I really don't understand why this is significant. Bennett didn't lie, break the law, or even committ hypocrisy. All he did was gamble. Now, I oppose gambling when it is taken too far, but really, if Bill Bennett gambles, it doesn't matter at all.

posted by d | 1:03 AM
 

Michael Novak has his commencement address for Ave Maria College up on National Review Online. It's rather interesting, especially the final point, which is that God created the universe and that knowledge of various subjects can lead to knowledge of God. I'm going to be going to a Catholic university this september, so I suppose I'll see if the education at such places is really as good as the article implies it to be.

posted by d | 12:31 AM


Sunday, May 04, 2003  

New Hampshire's Old Man on the Mountain fell down. That's too bad. It's sad when a thing that people hold as such a symbol falls down or is somehow destroyed.

posted by d | 6:44 PM
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