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Who Should Be the Republican Nominee?
Total votes: 18
Submitted by AdamReed on Sun, 2006-10-15 16:23
I recently posted an article on "Lessons Learned: A Post-Mortem of the Jim Peron Affair." I wanted it to be the last thread on which I would ever mention the thing. Lesson learned, case closed. I did not anticipate that it could be the next-to-last thing that I would write here.
Phil — by ethan_dawe on Thu, 2006-10-19 03:14
I think the age of consent — by PhilipC on Thu, 2006-10-19 00:36
Kenny... — by Michael Moeller on Wed, 2006-10-18 03:13
Submitted by Ted Keer on Sun, 2006-10-15 06:43
On another string I was questioned as to what I meant by my use of the concepts of the eternal and the divine. I'll answer the easy one first.
They Didn't Rise up for the Barbie-Doll of Democracy — by Ted Keer on Sat, 2006-11-18 04:56
Casimir Pulaski at Czestechowa — by Ted Keer on Wed, 2006-11-08 00:22
Claudia, — by Ted Keer on Wed, 2006-11-08 00:06
Submitted by Ted Keer on Sat, 2006-10-14 20:09
FOX NEWS has announced that a high school in Beaumont Texas is having its students trained to resist school invasions by a co-ordinated response to overpower the intruder. The lessons are being given by the volunteer organization RESPONSE OPTIONS, founded in 2000 by Greg Crane, a highschool teacher and, if I heard right, a survivor of a previous school shooting. I found this relevant link on Google, but have not found a direct link or website for that organization. If anyone finds it, please post it.
See the Video — by Ted Keer on Sun, 2006-10-15 01:56
Well, I don't know what the — by Ross Elliot on Sun, 2006-10-15 01:30
Submitted by Mark Dow on Sat, 2006-10-14 15:32
If country “A” (a free country) decided to invade country “B” (a non-free country or slave-pen), and country “C,” a semi-free country saw this invasion as a violation of country “B’s” sovereignty and decided to retaliate against country “A” with force, country “A’s” response to country “C” would be what? And how would you justify it?
Mark — by James S. Valliant on Sun, 2006-10-15 17:43
John, James and Ted — by Mark Dow on Sun, 2006-10-15 00:54
Mark — by James S. Valliant on Sat, 2006-10-14 21:39
Submitted by JoeM on Sat, 2006-10-14 02:02
Is anyone watching LAW AND ORDER tonight? The opening scene is pretty strong. Usually the episodes are "ripped from the headlines", has anyone heard of a real life incident like this?
This is also
"The fact that slasher — by Sandi on Tue, 2006-10-17 05:12
A Cheap Plot Device — by Ted Keer on Mon, 2006-10-16 16:13
Never seen it. — by Sandi on Mon, 2006-10-16 07:42
Submitted by JoeM on Sat, 2006-10-14 01:49
Greatest Composer. Best Musical. Top 100 rock albums. Everyone has their favorites, everyone has their opinions, and everyone has their gun cocked to defend their opinion. Wars are fought, friendships rocked, internet forums are deprived of the opinions of decadence praisers over the subject of the greatest in music.
Chris — by Landon Erp on Sun, 2006-10-15 05:28
Please Don't Mistake Me — by Ted Keer on Sun, 2006-10-15 02:42
Landon — by Chris Cathcart on Sun, 2006-10-15 02:24
Submitted by AdamReed on Sat, 2006-10-14 01:38
"Who gained most from a clash of ideas? He who changed his mind." The Talmud, Pirkey Avot.
"I'm interested in what the — by Robert on Sun, 2006-10-15 17:39
Adam — by Chris Cathcart on Sun, 2006-10-15 14:02
Linz - The moral hole — by AdamReed on Sun, 2006-10-15 09:21
Submitted by AdamReed on Sat, 2006-10-14 01:02
I just heard on the radio several excerpts from the work of French-born American pianist Hélène Grimaud. They were wonderful, but too short for definitive judgment. Has anyone heard whole concertos as played by her?
Nor mine... — by jtgagnon on Sat, 2006-10-14 15:45
Not my choice — by Kenny on Sat, 2006-10-14 11:44
No!! — by Marnee on Sat, 2006-10-14 04:53
Submitted by JoeM on Sat, 2006-10-14 00:56
Ok, summer's over. Time to stop playing that damn tiddlywink music and get down to business.
Submitted by Ayn Rand Center on Sat, 2006-10-14 00:41
Ayn Rand Institute Press Release
North Korea's Power Over the West
Irvine, CA--Speculation is rampant about North Korea's apparent test of a nuclear bomb. But one fundamental question is being ignored: How does a country so poor that its citizens die of starvation become a nuclear menace?
Japan recognises this — by Scott Wilson on Sun, 2006-10-15 11:29
Submitted by jtgagnon on Fri, 2006-10-13 18:35
This spectacular satellite photo unveiled yesterday by US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld shows in stark detail the haves and have-nots of the Korean peninsula. The entire news article can be found here .
Adam — by Craig Ceely on Mon, 2006-10-16 00:05
ISRAEL?! — by Adam Buker on Mon, 2006-10-16 00:00
And you know... — by Craig Ceely on Sun, 2006-10-15 23:47
Submitted by Daniel Walden on Fri, 2006-10-13 12:54
I'm just curious as to the opinions of my fellow opera-loving SOLOists regarding their favorite arias. Please do feel free to include the singer and the version, not just the song, as we all know how much of a difference that makes.
Maria Callas - 'Casta Diva', — by Cafiero on Mon, 2007-01-15 00:26
Two more. — by Peter Cresswell on Sat, 2006-10-14 05:44
Daniel, yes, they did a lot — by JoeM on Sat, 2006-10-14 03:10
Submitted by Ted Keer on Fri, 2006-10-13 04:04
Both South Korea and Japan have been able to indulge in their pacifist fantasies for so long because of America's willingness to shoulder almost the entire burden of protecting them militarily.
Where did I say to Blockade China? — by Robert on Sat, 2006-10-14 19:32
A link from John Gagnon on Rumsfeld — by Ted Keer on Sat, 2006-10-14 18:55
The Present Situation is Reality — by Craig Ceely on Sat, 2006-10-14 03:52
Submitted by Julian Pistorius on Fri, 2006-10-13 00:37
This striking quote from The Press today:
"Kokshoorn yesterday likened the SNA policy to a Robert Mugabe-style land grab that created huge uncertainty for farmers."
Absolutely. It is property rights violation on a grand scale.
I know the West Coast quite — by Ross Elliot on Fri, 2006-10-13 05:34
Submitted by Jeff Perren on Thu, 2006-10-12 23:49
Assuming BBC news or the Daily Mail isn't twisting his words, the remarks of the head of the British army in Iraq have to be among the dumbest ever uttered by a military commander.
UPDATE: 10/14 (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pag...
Agree, but... — by Jeff Perren on Sun, 2006-10-15 14:50
First he touts Christianity as the bedrock of British values... — by Marcus on Sun, 2006-10-15 11:54
John -tied hands — by AdamReed on Sun, 2006-10-15 06:55
Submitted by Duncan Bayne on Thu, 2006-10-12 22:55
I don't know what angers me more ... the hypocrisy of the National Party, or my own naivety in believing they'd behave any differently to other career politicians.
More here on Scoop on — by Duncan Bayne on Tue, 2006-10-17 00:28
It turns out National will — by Duncan Bayne on Mon, 2006-10-16 23:16
According to And the numbers — by Duncan Bayne on Mon, 2006-10-16 21:02
Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Thu, 2006-10-12 21:55
I got called in to Parliament at short notice to be Radio Live's commentator for yesterday's release of the Auditor-General's report on illegal election spending by political parties.
You read my mind — by Duncan Bayne on Thu, 2006-10-12 22:58
Well Dunc ... — by Lindsay Perigo on Thu, 2006-10-12 22:56
And what's the bet this — by Duncan Bayne on Thu, 2006-10-12 22:52
Submitted by Mark Dow on Thu, 2006-10-12 06:10
If President Bush were offered a peace agreement with North Korea such that in return for dismantling their nuclear arms program (with verification), we would agree too never invade that country, and you were a Bush adviser, would you advise him to sign that agreement?
Sorry, Ross — by Craig Ceely on Sun, 2006-10-15 06:09
Craig, Peter, do either of — by Ross Elliot on Sun, 2006-10-15 05:58
This thread ... — by Lindsay Perigo on Sun, 2006-10-15 05:53
Submitted by KingRandor82 on Thu, 2006-10-12 05:35
Right now, it appears as though only the USA- and PARTLY Israel- are taking the terrorist threat overall seriously. This bothers many people, but I wouldn't let it get to ya...and here's why:
Right now, most nations only see the threat as a minor annoyance- I'm not saying it is, I'm just saying that's how they see it. They also see it as a momentary "plus", as they want the US out of the way cause, well, we're the best. They have to remember though- Iran, Syria, China, Palestine, and North Korea don' just want US gone...they want ALL other countries under their control. After all- what happens when, after a long service TO Iran, France is told "either you step out of power, and let us in, or you get destroyed"? I don't think most other countries have optioned this in yet.
By now, you've all probably realized I have issues with the country's founding...you may wonder why, though...
Submitted by KingRandor82 on Thu, 2006-10-12 04:49
I come from America- the greatest country in the world, a country founded by true visionaries..brilliant men who believed in liberty, and freedom overall. Take note- I mentioned overall..there's a reason for that.
Hmmm, figured as much... — by Volkov on Wed, 2007-10-24 12:03
X — by l on Thu, 2006-10-12 06:25
Submitted by Ted Keer on Thu, 2006-10-12 04:06
Hollywood producer David Zucker has posted an incredible webcast available here at YouTube. See Madeline Albright sing Kumbaya with Kim Jong Il.
The question at the time of — by Ted Keer on Mon, 2007-01-15 07:27
Flawed by its partisanship — by Pete L on Mon, 2007-01-15 05:40
It's both. — by Jeff Kremer on Sun, 2007-01-14 09:47
Submitted by George Reisman on Wed, 2006-10-11 21:32
Ask yourself if the following paragraph would seem believable to you if you were to read it a in a newspaper:
I don't know Dan — by Olivia on Fri, 2006-10-13 12:10
Claudia — by Dan Edge on Fri, 2006-10-13 11:35
When the Romantics were Correct / Albigensian Crusade — by Ted Keer on Fri, 2006-10-13 04:24
Submitted by Marcus on Wed, 2006-10-11 12:36
Someone (should I know this person?) has a letter published in the Times (London) today on the recent development of a nuclear bomb by North Korea quoting Ayn Rand.
Sir, The philosopher-novelist Ayn Rand correctly argued that “evil is impotent and has no power but that which we let it extort from us”. Truly evil men such as North Korea’s Kim Jong II are a small minority; it is appeasement that unleashes them on to mankind.
D. S. A. MURRAY
Douglas Murray — by Ted Keer on Sat, 2006-10-14 19:17
mistaken identity — by Ted Coxhead on Sat, 2006-10-14 07:49
An Impressive Speaker — by Ted Keer on Sat, 2006-10-14 07:11
Submitted by Julian Pistorius on Wed, 2006-10-11 04:03
Opposite poles attract
They're as alike as chalk and cheese, and, boy, did it show in their animated discussions on the subject of Maori and Pakeha relationships.
Ok — by Landon Erp on Sun, 2006-10-15 02:05
Linz, you are a sexual — by Adam Buker on Fri, 2006-10-13 13:45
Landon — by Lindsay Perigo on Thu, 2006-10-12 08:25
Submitted by Ayn Rand Center on Wed, 2006-10-11 03:04
Ayn Rand Institute Press Release
Irvine, CA--California residents will soon vote on Proposition 90, which limits the power of eminent domain available to government in California to projects of "public" use.
Melissa - California crazy — by AdamReed on Thu, 2006-10-12 06:53
Wait a sec, — by Melissa Lepley on Wed, 2006-10-11 22:40
Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Wed, 2006-10-11 02:03
I don't know how you're managing it but the post you're putting up is sending the rest of the page spastic. Please minimise & simplify font variations, make sure you close bold, italics & the like & make sure there's a break in the Preview version before posting so that the whole thing doesn't appear on the front page.
X — by l on Wed, 2006-10-11 02:28
Submitted by Sandi on Tue, 2006-10-10 21:58
I came across these couple of gems whilst out for an early morning surf.
Yes, but.. — by Craig Ceely on Tue, 2006-10-10 23:24
Hmm. Note that 3 out of the — by Marnee on Tue, 2006-10-10 23:08
Submitted by Duncan Bayne on Tue, 2006-10-10 20:34
I was browsing Slashdot this morning, & noticed two stories in particular. The first was explaining how Microsoft's competitors were lobbying various Governments to hammer Microsoft with further & harsher antitrust penalties. The second was an announcement by MySpace of a charity fundraiser for Sudan ...
For a moment there, I felt like I was living in the 'end times' portrayed in Atlas Shrugged.
End of days — by Rick Giles on Fri, 2006-11-03 08:17
Bravo! — by Duncan Bayne on Wed, 2006-11-01 19:49
Well... — by Olivia on Thu, 2006-10-12 20:56
Submitted by seddon on Tue, 2006-10-10 14:58
Robert Mayhew, in his book THE FEMALE IN ARISTOTLE’S BIOLOGY gets off a couple of shots at Paul Feyerabend to which I would like to take exception. He tells us that Feyerabend considers “objectivity a myth:” and that “all philosophy and science is rationalizations and the product of ideology.” (14) Consider the following two sentences from Mayhew that seem to contradict each other:
Loving Linz — by seddon on Tue, 2006-10-10 22:59
Fred S. — by Lindsay Perigo on Tue, 2006-10-10 22:28
Fred W. — by seddon on Tue, 2006-10-10 18:05
Submitted by wngreen on Tue, 2006-10-10 01:15
Wading over to the cesspool of Objectivist Lying I noticed two things. First, the fact that you can't search from the site unless registered. For those of you needing to search the site (and who refuse to register, like myself) just keep in mind you can use google and add (without the quotes) 'site:www.website.com' to search any website. The second was a post by MSK:
Ted ... — by Lindsay Perigo on Sun, 2006-10-15 07:31
I'm reminded of the famous quote... — by Marnee on Sun, 2006-10-15 07:09
Participation in the Eternal — by Ted Keer on Sun, 2006-10-15 06:36
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