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Judicial Philosophy

One thing I’ve observed when listening to discussions about policy on conservative and progressive podcasts, or reading articles about the matter, is that conservatives tend to care about legal rationale, while progressives focus more on results. This got me thinking … Continue reading

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Complicated and Complex Problems In The Conservative Heart

I just read Arthur Brooks’ The Conservative Heart  and there is an excellent metaphor (page 66) on the difference between problems that can be solved and those that can’t. LBJ’s intentions were certainly good, and the goals he envisioned were … Continue reading

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Stuff I Like Part 2

This video of a tornado survivor discovering what happened to her dog has been making the rounds. It’s fantastic. The Bleeding Cool fan award nominations are useful as I reminder to check out certain comic books. I’m way behind on The … Continue reading

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Why isn’t Angus King Vice-President?

Former Maine Governor and probable future Senator Angus King might indicate why I’m not the biggest fan of President Obama. If Obama was the guy Andrew Sullivan and Colin Powell say he is, Angus King would be Vice-President. The selection would … Continue reading

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