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  • Liberal Democracy vs. Transnational Progressivism: The Ideological Civil War Within the West

    12/12/2002 6:53:12 PM PST · by Remedy · 111 replies · 5,115+ views
    Hudson Institute ^ | October 26, 2001 | John Fonte
    In an article in the Wall Street Journal, on October 5, 2001, Francis Fukuyama declared that his "end of history" thesis remains valid twelve years after he first presented it shortly before the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. Fukuyama’s core argument was that after the defeat of Communism and National Socialism, no serious ideological competitor to Western-style liberal democracy was likely to emerge in the future. Thus, in terms of political philosophy, liberal democracy is the end of the evolutionary process. To be sure, there will be wars and terrorism, but no alternative ideology with a universal appeal...
  • The Return of the Jolly Roger (Hillary's Private Intel Network)

    03/28/2015 11:52:20 AM PDT · by mojito · 32 replies
    PJ Media ^ | 3/27/2015 | Richard Fernandez
    ...Hillary’s private email server acted as portal to a private intelligence network that included retired members of special operations, former CIA clandestine personnel and foreign informers. Acting in some indeterminate capacity over it was Sidney Blumenthal, former aide to president Bill Clinton and now apparently a retainer to the family dynasty. It was the compromise of Blumenthal’s emails by the Romanian hacker Guccifer that in part led to journalists to discover Hillary’s private email account. Publicly available sources describe Guccifer as a taxi driver who penetrated the email accounts of the Bush family, Colin Powell and of course Sidney Blumenthal...
  • Bill to ban "Obama Care" advances in Louisiana Legislature

    04/21/2010 9:17:27 AM PDT · by Nachum · 15 replies · 600+ views ^ | 4/21/10 | Dave Cohen
    A committee of Louisiana lawmakers has advanced a bill to the full House that seeks to stop federal health care reform from taking effect in the state. The proposed constitutional amendment states that "no law or rule shall compel any person, employer, or health care provider to participate in any health care system." "We think the people ought to decide if this is how they want to be governed," Louisiana Health and Hospitals Secretary Alan Levine told the committee. "Basically the state is asserting it's sovereignty." The governor's office says the federal government is treading on state's rights.
  • [Louisiana state] legislator pushing amendment addressing health-care changes

    08/13/2009 9:15:47 AM PDT · by rrstar96 · 19 replies · 1,603+ views
    The (Baton Rouge) Advocate ^ | August 11, 2009 | Marsha Shuler
    A Republican lawmaker said Monday that he will propose a constitutional amendment to protect Louisiana from the repercussions of possible national health-care changes. “This is kind of a way to throw the gauntlet down and stand up for ourselves as a state,” said state Rep. Kirk Talbot, a River Ridge businessman. Talbot said he wants to protect state rights in the health-care arena via a constitutional change he will seek in 2010. The change would require a two-thirds vote of the Legislature, then approval by the state’s voters to take effect. Arizona and Florida are already considering similar proposals. “I...
  • Watch Pittsburgh Penguins Stanley Cup Parade Live, Starts Noon, 350,000 expected

    06/15/2009 8:35:27 AM PDT · by flattorney · 167 replies · 7,935+ views
    FlAttorney, Pittsburgh ABC, NBC ^ | June 15, 2009 | FlAttorney
    Live Internet TV Feeds (Direct Windows Media Player Links)Pittsburgh NBC | Pittsburgh ABC 06.15.09: Pittsburgh Officials Prepare for 350,000 fans at Penguins' Victory Parade The City of Champions has gone Cup crazy. As Pittsburghers basked in the glow of a second pro sports championship in four months, the Stanley Cup toured PNC Park on Sunday, Sidney Crosby talked about the excitement of a two-title town and people crammed hotels in advance of today's celebration parade Downtown. "It's been an amazing couple of days," Penguins winger Bill Guerin said after throwing out the first pitch at yesterday's Pirates game. "This city...

    06/10/2009 6:05:46 PM PDT · by airborne · 99 replies · 1,706+ views
    NHL.COM ^ | June 10, 2009 | vanity
    Game 7 of the Final is hockey's ultimate contest For a hockey fan, Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final is like waiting for Christmas: It seems like the big day takes forever to get there, but when it does, it's well worth the wait. Of course, Christmas comes just once a year. A Final series that goes the maximum seven games comes along infrequently. Since the NHL expanded from the Original Six teams in 1967, the championship round has gone the distance just eight times, including this year's Final between Detroit and Pittsburgh. If the Stanley Cup Final is...
  • Talbot’s 2 lift Penguins to Stanley Cup title (First team to win game 7 on the road since the 70s)

    06/12/2009 8:04:35 PM PDT · by Perdogg · 59 replies · 1,129+ views
    yahoo ^ | 06.12.09
    scored two second-period goals, and the Pittsburgh Penguins overcame the loss of captain Sidney Crosby(notes) and a whole lot of history to beat the defending champion Detroit Red Wings 2-1 on Friday night in Game 7 and win the Stanley Cup for the third time. Instead of the Red Wings becoming the NHL’s first repeat champion
  • Where The Spies Are [Strobe Talbott alleged to be Soviet agent]

    02/01/2008 10:48:20 AM PST · by bs9021 · 14 replies · 101+ views
    Campus Report ^ | February 1, 2008 | Cliff Kincaid
    Where The Spies Are by: Cliff Kincaid, February 01, 2008 How should the media handle sensational allegations that one of the most esteemed members of their profession, former Time magazine journalist and top Clinton State Department official Strobe Talbott, was a dupe of the Russian intelligence service? How should they deal with hard evidence that one of their sacred cows, the United Nations, is penetrated by Russian spies? The answer is that most of them will ignore it. This is the fate they’re giving to Comrade J, a blockbuster book about Russian espionage written by former Washington Post reporter and...
  • Salon makes profit

    02/09/2005 5:18:09 PM PST · by constitoot · 20 replies · 597+ views
    New York Times ^ | February 10, 2005 | David Carr
    The Founder of Salon Is Passing the Mouse By DAVID CARR avid Talbot, a pioneer of online journalism who founded Salon magazine in 1995, will announce today that he is stepping down as the magazine's editor in chief, chief executive and relentless cheerleader. He will be replaced as editor, he said, by Joan Walsh, his longtime deputy. Salon will also announce its first profitable quarter in its history, Mr. Talbot added, a profit of $400,000 on revenues of $2.2 million. The company also said that Elizabeth Hambrecht, Salon's president, would become its chief executive. Salon has its headquarters in San...
  • Douglass statue deserves display at Easton courthouse

    02/12/2004 11:16:05 AM PST · by Rebeleye · 3 replies · 282+ views
    The Baltimore Sun ^ | 11 Feb 2004 | Gregory Kane
    ...a county councilman in Talbot County, (Thomas G.) Duncan has a problem with a statue of Talbot County's most famous resident...Frederick Douglass, being placed on the courthouse lawn in Easton. That honor, Duncan feels, should only be for those who served in the armed forces, even "The Talbot Boys," who fought for the Confederacy..It's at this point that Duncan needs to run it by me again. A statue paying tribute to "The Talbot Boys" stands on the courthouse lawn. They most assuredly did not "serve their country." The country they served was the Confederate States of America - Maryland was...
  • The Autobiography of Frederick Douglass A General Survey of the Slave Plantation

    05/01/2003 6:24:18 AM PDT · by 7thson · 74 replies · 2,044+ views
    It was generally supposed that slavery in the State of Maryland existed in its mildest form, and that it was totally divested of those harsh and terrible peculiarities which characterized the slave system in the Southern and South Western States of the American Union. The ground of this opinion was the contiguity of the free States, and the influence of their moral, religious, and humane sentiments. Public opinion was, indeed, a measurable restraint upon the cruelty and barbarity of masters, overseers, and slave-drivers, whenever and wherever it could reach them; but there were certain secluded and out of the way...
  • Salon clings to dot-com swagger

    01/20/2003 6:47:49 PM PST · by Drango · 25 replies · 248+ views
    calendarlive ^ | January 21, 2003 | Michael J. Ybarra
    <p>SAN FRANCISCO -- The parties at have been rather lean lately.</p> <p>Late last year, the pioneering online magazine celebrated its seventh anniversary with a small gathering in its downtown office here. In 1999 Salon had leased two floors in a new office tower just off Market Street. With bare concrete underfoot and exposed ducts and wiring overhead, the office was all dot-com swagger with stunning city views to match Salon's ambition as a public company that would leverage its brand into spinoff businesses in everything from television to software.</p>