Friday, March 24, 2006

Just so you know, letting your husband write your posts isn't plagiarism. It's more like lying.
As someone who has worked in daily journalism for 14 years, I have a lot of experience related to this horrible situation: I've had my work plagiarized by shameless word and idea thiefs many times over the years. I've also been baselessly accused of plagiarism by some of the same leftists now attacking Ben.

Thursday, March 16, 2006

Taking the law into their own hands:

NEWFANE, Vermont (Reuters) - Known for picturesque autumn foliage, colonial inns, maple sugar and laid-back villages, Vermont seldom makes much of an impact in national political debate.

But in one week, resolutions approved by five towns to impeach President George W. Bush are giving several sleepy Vermont communities a new, renegade image.

Tuesday, March 14, 2006

The Problem of Not Understanding That the Problem is Religion

Thus far I'm adding abrasive posts here.

The notion that someone is part of the problem and not part of the solution in relating to the god-addled has an irony to it: clearly the biggest problem in the whole issue is religion itself, which might, in some fantasy future, one day be solved.

The Only Reason I Signed Up for This

...was to leave comments on other blogs without having a headache. I probably have to post now and again to keep my profile. Maybe not.

Thursday, March 9, 2006

Number One.