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Wednesday, June 30, 2004


YEEAARRGGH!! VS. AARRGGH: Dean to Debate Nader 

FOXNews.com - You Decide 2004 - Dean to Debate Nader

Who's going to watch this 90 minute snooze fest on July 9th? It's like watching the L.A. Clippers play the Atlanta Hawks. Zzzzzzzzz...


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DAILY 7: NICHOLAS KRISTOF ON BUSH HATERS; ACHING KNEES; SPECIAL BASEBALL EDITION; YANKEES RED SOX RIVALRY; DAN SHAUGHNESSY; DAVE ANDERSON 


When the Red Sox are not busy bashing old men, they lose to the Yankees

1. NICHOLAS KRISTOF: VAST LEFT WING CONSPIRACY
2. NY TIMES: Novel Remedies for the Aching Knees of Summer
3. Boston's Beer League Softball Team
4. Yankee Fans Boo "God Bless America"
5. Ewwwww! Giambi's got parasites
6. DAN SHAUGHNESSY (Holy Cross Alum) to Red Sox Nation: Toto, we're not in April anymore
7. DAVE ANDERSON (Holy Cross Alum): The Kinder and Gentler Side of the Yankees-Red Sox Rivalry

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CLEARING THE BLOG FOG 

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1. For a really good laugh, check out Bill Clinton's blog. So many liberals are falling for it that whoever's running the blog took away the Comments section to keep up the gag. (hat tip: Left Coast Conservative)
2. Laura Foland examines S.C. Resolution 1546 and how the UN knows only USA can get the job done.
3. Captain's Quarters on how New Iraqi prime minister Iyad Allawi told a skeptical Tom Brokaw in an interview yesterday that Saddam Hussein maintained connections to al-Qaeda that began in the Sudan, and more broadly, that Saddam's reign provided a "natural partner" to terrorism
4. Joe Carter on the clash between philosophy and science.
5. Dean Mark Sargent, in Mirror of Justice, addresses a Garry Wills op-ed on abortion.
6. The Guantanamo reorganization gets support from James Joyner
7. Smash urges people to show up to the Victory Vigil and express support for our military, and counter the defeatist message of local activists.
8. Blackfive explains what happens when you sign a contract to enlist or get a commission, with the military.

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