Year: 2006

Mark Tapscott: Illegal Leaks Endangering Lives

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Mark Tapscott hits the nail on the head in regards to recent high-profile national security-related leaks to news organizations: This time around there is no question about serious crimes having been committed and only the most blindly obstinate professor of ...
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Serving Justice

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Wouldn't be nice if the "nearly a dozen current and former officials" who supposedly talked with the New York Times about classified wiretapping operations simply turned themselves in? ...
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“Remarkable” Expert Testimony to be Archived by Medical Association

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The American Academy of Emergency Medicine, concerned about "physicians who seem willing to make any statement, no matter how outrageous, in support of a malpractice claim [in order to] profit handsomely," has created a new archive of remarkable testimony. The ...
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Hard to Argue

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The COB blog says of the U.N.: "In the history of man, a more useless organization has never been chartered." ...
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Galen Institute: Europe Reduces Commitment to Medical Research

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"Just a decade ago, more than two-thirds of all drug research was conducted in Europe. Now, 60% is conducted in the United States," says Grace-Marie Turner of the Galen Institute, who blames deliberate government policies in nations that have adopted ...
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Executed at Vorkuta

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Jon Basil Utley has a striking story (PDF file) in The Freeman, available on the Foundation for Economic Education website. The story begins: My father, Arcadi Berdichevsky, was executed at Vorkuta on the Arctic Circle in the Soviet Union on ...
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John Dingell’s Plans

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The incoming chairman of the House House Energy and Commerce Committee, John Dingell, is interviewed by Amanda Griscom Little for the environmentalist magazine Grist. Worth reading if you care about climate policy. (For what it is worth, I didn't disagree ...
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Top 100 Baby Names of 2006

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In the utterly frivolous category, we link to a list of the 100 top baby names for 2006. There definitely are some imaginative parents out there. "Aiden," which doesn't even appear in many baby name reference works, is the #1 ...
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ConWebBlog: Watching the Watcher

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The at-times entertaining ConWebWatch blog, which "keeps an eye on conservative news," was more entertaining than usual Friday. In a post castigating the accuracy of a CNSNews.com column by Christopher Adamo, it claimed (not for the first time), that the ...
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Ex-Cons to Get Special Rights in DC?

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The proposal adopted by the District of Columbia City Council to give rehabilitated ex-cons a special protected status under the law in DC strangely seems to be staying under the radar of most of our nation's talk hosts, bloggers and ...
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