Monthly Archives: December 2004

I’m Back (On the Internet)

Leaving Chicago Seat controls I got my internet back a few days ago here in Incheon, South Korea. I had intended to keep a diary of my days here until I got reconnected, but, hell, that’s the way it goes. … Continue reading

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On My Way

I will be starting my new job next week, and have been busy preparing for my trip to Incheon, South Korea (indicated by the black circle below). Again, I’ll be out of touch for a short while after the move. … Continue reading

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Burying the News

On the Wednesday afternoon before the Thanksgiving holiday the Bush administration released this little nugget: Report of the Defense Science Board Task Force on Strategic Communication. On page 40 of the 102 page report we find: American direct intervention in … Continue reading

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Conception Deception

Another report, released this month, comes by way of a request by Rep. Henry Waxman and is entitled The Content of Federally Funded Abstinence-Only Education Programs. Some highlights: The report finds that over 80% of the abstinence-only curricula, used by … Continue reading

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The K-Street Project

This Stalin-esque power grab is the brainchild of Tom DeLay and Grover Norquist. DeLay, of course is the criminally corrupt congressman from Texas, and Norquist is from the group Americans for Tax Reform (ATR). “Reform” is a much misused word … Continue reading

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