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27 January 2005

A morning cruise of the web

Political Arguments points out that today is the 60th anniversary of the liberation of the camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau.  Few of the major papers in the US or Europe provide notice.

AKMA notes that a blog portal has decided that the only “Christian” bloggers worth mentioning are conservative evangelicals
I’m gonna turn around one of the conventional canards of conservative
evangelicals, who often complain that our society has an anti-Christian
bias (which I find a load of crap).  This little bit seems to
indicate that our society has an anti-liberal Christian bias, at least
insofar as people seem to believe that “Christian” means Republican
white men.

Over at my group blog, Ben links to a report noting that male circumcision associates highly with a lower overall HIV infection rate.  At least in Africa.

@U2 notes that special presales for the U2 fan club have gone horribly awry.

And Crooked TImber points out why more social science education proves ridiculously necessary, as a “social scientist” (and what else can you call anyone who works for AEI) demonstrates either stupidity or mendacity.

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One Response to “A morning cruise of the web”

  1. Liz Renner Says:

    I got a good laugh out of Crooked Timber’s righteous indignation at the lack of scientific proof from a think tank. Newsflash: They’re partisan! Of COURSE they’re there to make noise! Brookings does it, Heritage does it, AEI does it. If you’re not providing ideological ammo for one side to lob at the other, you might as well close up shop and go home.