Monthly Archives: January 2012

Imus Is Sneaking Hippies On To Fox Business

This is old news, but new to me. In December 2010, Don Imus had Hayes Carll perform on his Fox Business show, giving him the opportunity to promote his great album KMAG YOYO. The great thing about the appearance, other … Continue reading

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Aesthetic Changes

As you may have noticed, a few things have changed around here visually. The above header, which was provided to me by my mysterious long ago associate Aaron Cael, is replacing the default header provided by the Twenty Ten WordPress … Continue reading

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Something Good Started Three Years Ago Today

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Politico’s Loaded Word Choice

In their post-New Hampshire lay of the land piece, Politico’s Jonathan Martin and John Harris list several of the factors that are now working to frontrunner Mitt Romney’s advantage. In describing the backlash from conservative activists against the recent attacks … Continue reading

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Visualizing Mitt Romney’s Change In Strategy

In addition to the previously mentioned Kindle Touch, my mother also Christmas gifted me a copy of Nathan Yau’s Visualize This , which I am slowly using to improve my data management and visualization skills. Occasionally, you can expect to see … Continue reading

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Kristol Ball Fail: 1993 Will Be The ‘High Water Mark’ Of The Gay Rights Movement

As I mentioned yesterday, Bill Kristol’s 1993 debate about gay rights on Larry King Live really was something to behold. Perhaps my favorite thing in it, which didn’t quite fit the focus of my last post, was a horribly bad … Continue reading

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Don’t Expect Bill Kristol To Apologize For The Weekly Standard Sending Out An Anti-Gay Ad

For the past 45 minutes or so, I’ve been digging through the LexisNexis archive in order to pull clips from Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol’s record on gay rights. The reason? Earlier today, the marketing department of Kristol’s magazine sent … Continue reading

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