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    This Pow Wow Chow thing is paying off for me

    This Pow Wow Chow thing is paying off for me

    I’m sorry I have neglected promoting items from the Tip Line, it’s just that I’ve been preoccupied with coaxing the genealogy from the bottle.  And staring at the sky waiting to see if a shoe drops from the heavens.

    Here are some items which deserve attention:

    I interrupt the Tip Line promotion for an important announcement:

    • BUY SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE WEEKLY STANDARD PRINT EDITION — they were nice to me in their Scrapbook section article Recycled Pow Wow Chow, via Linda from Tennessee:

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    janitor | May 23, 2012 at 10:56 pm

    I totally agree with Rags that we need to give a good hard look at the civil forfeiture laws in theory and in practice. I defended against a couple of these in the old days, and hadn’t given much thought to these laws lately. Revisiting the issues again in light of the rise in other government encroachments, e.g. Omanacare mandate, the bad economy, Obama’s socialistic redistribution, and so forth, it’s very disturbing.


     
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    Milhouse | May 24, 2012 at 6:34 am

    There’s one thing that I have never understood about the Brett Kimberlin story, and that I’ve not been able to find an explanation for: why isn’t he still in prison? I understand that he was sentenced to 50 years, got out on parole but had that revoked, and then got out again in 2000. But how did he get out in 2000? Was it parole again? Or what? And if it was parole, how did the board fail to make regular payments to his victim’s widow a condition, considering that that’s what got his last parole revoked?


     
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    Milhouse | May 24, 2012 at 6:35 am

    Oh, and when was federal parole abolished? I’m pretty sure it was before 2000.

    “Several NYS republicans have introduced a bill that bans all anonymous speech online…I was told the bill was introduced because Mr. Murray was cyberbullied.”

    Maybe it’s time for Mr. Murray to grow a cyberpair!


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