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Peter Jennings is quoted in Jay Nordlinger’s Impromptus on NRO: There has been a confession, of sorts, from Peter Jennings. In an interview up in Boston, he said, β€œThose of us who went into journalism in the ’50s or ’60s β€” it was sort of a liberal thing to do. Save the world. Conservative voices…

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I’ve been listening to Dimestore Prophets’ Love is Against the Grain today. Boy, that is one band I wish I’d seen live before they disbanded. I think their discs are on limited availability anywhere (and maybe only used!), but I think they’re worth it. As I was searching for info, I found that two DSP…

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Wow. When it comes to Ohio State football, some of my earliest memories are of Pepper Johnson causing havoc for opposing teams’ offense. (Woo-hoo!) Now, it seems he’s going to be in the Ohio State Hall of Fame. Oh, and our recruiting class is shaping up nicely. I like seeing all the Ohio kids on…

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I’m so very excited, Monday we purchased, and yesterday we put together a new computer desk for me! This isn’t exactly mine (mine is way cooler – the CPU cupboard is not under the monitor, but to its left and there is a filing drawer beneath it), and we didn’t pay this much for it,…

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Junkyard Wars on The Learning Channel is awesome. Today’s challenge? A fight between the champions from the good ole’ US of A vs. the British champs (appropriate on the 4th don’t ya think?) to demolish a car! Normally airing on Mondays at 8 Eastern, the feats the different teams pull off in their creations out…

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Presbytermark posted this astonishing review of the movie Magnolia. While we picked up on the references to Exodus and sat through the whole interminable three hours, Jason and I walked away from this movie wanting three hours of our lives back.

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Clarence Thomas, ironically enough, was the subject of tonight’s profile of Supreme Court Justices on CSPAN-2. (You’ll have to click on “Watch” next to his name). One of the fascinating discussions was by Scott Douglas Gerber who wrote a book about Thomas’ Jurisprudence, and how as a liberal, he felt that Thomas has been given…

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An interesting article I heard on NPR about the consolidation of internet new outlets has been edited and posted here. I recommend actually listening to the report, there is more information there, I think. In general, the internet has afforded a much greater base of news outlets, but this recent study shows “internet users spend…