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Forum: Do you think the Patriot Act should be renewed?

Tweet Every week on Monday morning, the Council and our invited guests weigh in at the Watcher’s Forum with short takes on a major issue of the day, the culture or daily living. This week’s question: Do you think the Patriot Act should be renewed? Why? GrEaT sAtAn”S gIrLfRiEnD: Really in favor of Amitai Etzioni’s […]

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Tweet Don’t know much about history Wonderful World – Sam Cooke When I announced the submissions, I emphasized the issues of the day, but this week’s winner, Bookworm Room’s Tom Hanks shows stunning ignorance when he claims Americans were engaged in racial genocide against the Japanese during WWII is less about contemporary issues (though it is […]

Watcher Council Submissions March 24, 2010

Tweet I picked up the paper this morning And read all the daily blues The world is one big tragedy I wonder what I can do I’m not going to let it bother me tonight – The Atlanta Rhythm Section The President along with his Congressional Democratic allies pushed through health care reform on a party […]

Watcher Council Submissions March 17, 2010

Tweet Without further ado here are this week’s submissions. Council Submissions  Wolf Howling –  AP Goes APE Over Texas School Book Changes  Mere Rhetoric – Confirmed: Anti-Israel Jewish Groups Scapegoat Israel For Obama’s Manufactured Crisis  The Razor – The United States of Venezuela Rhymes With Right – Why Is This Not A Major National Story? The […]

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Tweet First of all happy 6th blogiversary to council member The Glittering Eye. Much continued success! Many thanks to Council friend Doug Ross for recently mentioning council members American Digest, Wolf Howling and Soccer Dad!

Watcher’s Council Submissions – March 10, 2010

Tweet I am Soccer Dad. I am the new Watcher. Welcome. There have been two previous Watchers. The original and lately Watcher #2. Plus JoshuaPundit helped out with Watching duties for a bit at the end of last year. The first Watcher created a weekly challenge in which 12 bloggers would submit one of their […]