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Pictures at a Demonstration

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Blurry Fox Photo

Legal observers at Fox

Starting to get hairy at the 42nd St. public library

What are the journalistic implications of MSNBC's recent poll?

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Books done right

(Originally posted to Greater Democracy)

Monday afternoon, I attended a panel discussion on the role of conservative books. Zell Miller’s name caught my eye, and I thought I should try to attend. I know that some of my friends wouldn’t have been able to sit nicely through a panel with people like Zell, but I went and listened.

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Monday Evening Photo Montage

As I was walking from The Tank back to Grand Central to take the train back to Connecticut, I stopped along 42nd street to see Rudy Guilliani on the large screen.

Rudy's comments about appeasing Hitler stood in stark contrast to the Mission Not Accomplished sign above, or the 'For Rent' signs reflecting the continued poor economy

A few people stopped and looked, but most people just kept right on walking.

A little further down 42nd street was to controversial ad, 'Democracy is best taught by example, not by war,' standing in contrast to the Dow Jones newswire proclaiming 'The militia fighters to end uprising.'

Fair and honest elections

(Originally published at Greater Democracy)

Yesterday, I attended a discussion panel sponsored by American Compass, a conservative book club. I will write a more general post about this in a subsequent message.

One of the speakers was John Fund. John is a member of the editorial board of the Wall Street Journal, was the chief investigative reporter for syndicated columnists Rowland Evans and Robert Novack in 1982, and has written a book, Stealing Elections: How Voter Fraud Threatens Our Democracy

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