Author Archives: Headmistress

About Reading

Reflections at a Funeral is a great article. Scholars from The Common Room, The Beehive, and Deweys’ Treehouse (see the sidebar for links) will all be delighted. Consider: “If I were to make a list of the best books I have read, and would recommend to adults and children alike, I would begin with Winnie […]

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More than private concern

Read Not Dead at All, by Harriet McBryde Johnson over at Slate: “Due to a congenital neuromuscular disease, I am having trouble swallowing, and it’s a constant struggle to get by mouth the calories my skinny body needs. For whatever reason, I’m still trying, but I know a tube is in my future. So, possibly, […]

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More on Memo Mix-up

Michelle Malkin brings updates. Powerline has more. Read “ABC Checks Out.” Powerline says to ignore the bad spelling, but we are an educational blog. We suggest our readers eat a peanut M&M; for every spelling error you find in the ABC source’s note.

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Asking Questions

Polipundit is asking some questions today. The Good Captain covers capriciousness. Read an affadavit by another doctor, one Doctor William Chesire, with experience with Terri’s case who says that she may not be PVS. Hugh Hewitt has more about Dr. Chesire and the culture of death behind Terri’s starvation. Patterico asks another question: “Do you […]

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Do as I say, not as I do….

From this Eyewitness News Report: A state law prohibits smoking within 25 feet of a school. Student Eliazar Velasquez observed somebody violating that law, in fact, actually smoking on school property just outside a door to the school building. He photographed the law-breaker and published the pictures on the web. He also passed out fliers […]

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