Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Tuesday Rounds

Nathan Smith writes a good piece on Hobbes, Locke and the Bush Doctrine. Recommended.

Dick Morris
thinks that personal attacks on Hillary Clinton will only strengthen her hand. In short, plenty of her public actions should provide enough ammunition.

Michael Shermer reviews a book in a piece called the Pentagon's Psychic Friends Network.

Dr. Michael A. Weinstein and Yevgeny Bendersky think there's a Coming World Realignment.

Colin McNickle writes about the Future of Conservatism and thinks "conservatism in its current form is a pale imitation of what it once was, if conservatism at all. And if today's Republicans truly want to make their mark in service to our founding precepts, they'll reject liberalism-lite and return to the Goldwater standard."

Karl Marx takes lead in BBC poll of philosophers. Sheesh.

Finally, here's an urban legend that turned in on itself.

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