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December 31, 2003
A different kind of lookism

 

December 30, 2003
Support civility

 

December 30, 2003
Couldn’t quite clear that last hurdle

 

December 29, 2003
Of Skillets and other Tools

 

December 28, 2003
Watching someone commit a crime

 

December 28, 2003
Our long-time friends the French

 

December 27, 2003
The money will spend, but it still makes a difference how you spend it

 

December 26, 2003
Crawfish étouffée

 

December 25, 2003
A Christmas gift for tax exemption policy

 

December 24, 2003
Christmas Eve preparations

 

December 23, 2003
When your attorney tells you to treat that money as if it’s someone else’s, he might just be right.

 

December 22, 2003
Suing your fellow legislators might make you feel better, but it’s not likely to help much

 

December 21, 2003
There are legitimate ways to preserve open space.
Reverse spot zoning is not one of them.

 

December 19, 2003
National Champions!

 

December 19, 2003
Pogo's cousin's anniversary

 

December 19, 2003
A Chutzpah Olympics contender

 

December 18, 2003
Private Premium, Public Purpose?

 

December 18, 2003
Pre-Christmas crush

 

December 14, 2003
Bill Roth

 

December 14, 2003
Just a bit too cruel

 

December 14, 2003
Saddam's Hidey-Hole

 

December 13, 2003
Fighting over process as a proxy for fighting over substance

 

December 13, 2003
True rapture

 

December 10, 2003
Holiday gift guides and shameless self-promotion

 

December 9, 2003
Not enough votes right now, but there are ways to find them

 

December 9, 2003
Digital cameras and blogging

 

December 8, 2003
Three Claudes for a physical fitness headline

 

December 7, 2003
The Beach in Winter

 

December 7, 2003
Traffic Report

 

December 6, 2003
Losing a gamble on federal jurisdiction

 

December 5, 2003
We’re looking for a few bad films

 

December 4, 2003
A new trail

 

December 4, 2003
Update on Rhode Island State Senate Voting Rights Act Case

 

December 3, 2003
Snow geese

 

December 2, 2003
The Dover Effect

 

November 30, 2003
One phrase can make all the difference 

 

November 29, 2003
To Grandmother's House We Went

 

November 27, 2003
Being Polite at the Thanksgiving Table

 

November 26, 2003
50th Birthday

 

November 25, 2003
Blue notes about transportation financing

 

November 24, 2003
Not a lot of interest in a free market

 

November 24, 2003
Leave him some love

 

November 23, 2003
Proof of a benevolent God

 

November 23, 2003
Campaign everywhere if you want to be considered a national party

 

November 23, 2003
The Quasi-Boys are back

 

November 22, 2003
Response to John Dvorak

 

November 20, 2003
New Census report on housing in the U.S.

 

November 19, 2003
Did all those ill-gotten gains absolutely positively have to be there overnight?

 

November 18, 2003
Chutzpah alert 

 

November 18, 2003
Fog Delays

 

November 17, 2003
A lead on the holiday gift-buying rush

 

November 17, 2003
Update on the Music Industry

 

November 16, 2003
Claude winner for College Budget Economics 101 story

 

November 14, 2003
Traffic cameras helping the war effort

 

November 13, 2003
Cheapskates at the toll gates

 

November 12, 2003
Goose turds—the gifts that keep on giving

 

November 11, 2003
Small town business owner complains about law enforcement; First Amendment hijinks ensue

 

November 10, 2003
Animal House and the Americans with Disabilities Act

 

November 8, 2003
Film Festival mini-ratings

 

November 6, 2003
The real motivation

 

November 5, 2003
Rehoboth Independent Film Festival 2003

 

November 4, 2003
Fun for the self-centered--not so fun for the rest of us

 

November 3, 2003
‘Tain’t funny

 

November 2, 2003
Fall haze

 

November 1, 2003
Houston, you don't have a problem

 

October 31, 2003
The Ride Home

 

October 31, 2003
Knowledge of local cultural norms is a good thing—and safer, too

 

October 30, 2003
A Mischief Night Blog Post

 

October 30, 2003
Challenging a law for what it doesn’t say

 

October 29, 2003
No conflict with his interests

 

October 28, 2003
Whose bloc will count?

 

October 27, 2003
The wrong side of being zealous, and on tape no less

 

October 26, 2003
Peanut Butter Brownies

 

October 25, 2003
Sea Witch Festival

 

October 24, 2003
Something seems a bit off-key

 

October 23, 2003
It would be so much easier to believe your good intentions if you hadn’t spend the money

 

October 22, 2003
Unsafe at 55?

 

October 21, 2003
Annals of Crime

 

October 20, 2003
New study says more poor folks buy lottery tickets than any other income group.
Gee, what are the odds?

 

October 18, 2003
Jazz Festival

 

October 17, 2003
Memo to FTC and FCC: Create the Do-Call List

 

October 16, 2003
Picked an odd time to start defending yourself, didn't you?

 

October 16, 2003
Truly digital communication

 

October 16, 2003
News from the world of political science

 

October 15, 2003
A mild case of sex discrimination

 

October 14, 2003
Environmental cliches

 

October 13, 2003
Sometimes doubling up is a good thing

 

October 12, 2003
If the hammocks are that environmentally desirable, then buy them

 

October 11, 2003
Expressing the limits of one’s political ambitions

 

October 10, 2003
No shoes, no service—no problem

 

October 9, 2003
No irony here, nossir

 

October 8, 2003
The substance of scooter style

 

October 7, 2003
Retail lessons

 

October 7, 2003
Corruption and TFN Status

 

October 7, 2003
Recommended Reading

 

October 7, 2003
Traffic Report

 

October 6, 2003
Somebody's a movie buff. Unfortunately for the other guy, he wasn't.

 

October 5, 2003
When the smell of burning leaves is neither possible nor enough

 

October 5, 2003
Priorities

 

October 3, 2003
What part of “you lost, they won” didn’t you understand?

 

October 3, 2003
Bill Gates, evil intergalactic genius?

 

October 2, 2003
Applesauce Potpourri

 

October 2, 2003
Talking to the Possum

 

October 2, 2003
Four Claudes, graded on the Demand/Supply Curve

 

October 1, 2003
A refreshingly honest bit of reporting

 

September 30, 2003
Not too blight

 

September 29, 2003
The root of crime, as it were

 

September 29, 2003
Pump it up

 

September 28, 2003
Ms. Mayes builds her dream villa

 

September 26, 2003
Counting up who’s down

 

September 25, 2003
When is a week close enough?

 

September 24, 2003
Maybe this time they’ll award attorney’s fees

 

September 23, 2003
Annals of crime (with apologies to Broadway)

 

September 22, 2003
How can you complain about a permit revocation, when you never had the property zoned for that use in the first place?

 

September 22, 2003
Two Claudes, with a little violin music.
From a tiny little violin, in fact.

 

September 21, 2003
That’s racin’

 

September 20, 2003
Missed this one in the college guidebooks

 

September 19, 2003
Lucky for us, not so hot for others

 

September 18, 2003
Now it's storm time

 

September 18, 2003
Smelling the coffee about tax policy

 

September 17, 2003
A little less calm before the storm

 

September 16, 2003
Marshmallow Farming

 

September 15, 2003
Hot new stuff for census wonks and others

 

September 15, 2003
Beavis and Butthead, Headline Writers

 

September 14, 2003

Stuck on you

 

September 13, 2003
I wouldn't bet on our chances
 

September 12, 2003
Those tolls are for thee—and what would you do without them, by the way?

 

September 11, 2003
Keep at it

 

September 10, 2003
Beach house building bingo

 

September 9, 2003
Won’t be hearing them now, or anytime soon for that matter

 

September 8, 2003
The Mayor of Chutzpah

 

September 7, 2003
First convoy of the season

 

September 7, 2003
Traffic report

 

September 5, 2003
The Taste of Dover?

 

September 4, 2003
Whole lotta table-pounding goin’ on

 

September 3, 2003
Why isn’t it more a matter of bad pricing?

 

September 3, 2003

Takes one to know one

 

September 3, 2003
Kindred blogging spirits

 

September 2, 2003
Take one bite each from two separate apples

 

August 29, 2003
Labor Day Weekend

 

August 29, 2003
Trusting Mom to do the wrong thing for you

 

August 27, 2003
Annals of marketing

 

August 27, 2003
Close call on a Rails-to-Trails fight

 

August 26, 2003
Annals of alleged local crime

 

August 25, 2003
The prudent tax collector

 

August 24, 2003
Nice Day

 

August 23, 2003
Butterflies and blackouts

 

August 22, 2003
Parking—not exactly a privilege, and not exactly a right, either

 

August 21, 2003

History lessons

 

August 20, 2003
Ribbon-cutting

 

August 19, 2003
Not exactly a judicial temperament

 

August 18, 2003
Preserving privilege and piping plovers at the same time--nice argument, if you can make it

 

August 18, 2003
Off by that much

 

August 17, 2003

Shameless Promotion

August 16, 2003
The Big Weekends

August 15, 2003
Communications skills

August 14, 2003
Nice bit of timing for a double-whammy

August 13, 2003
The Sneaking Suspicions Recipes List

August 12, 2003
Tales from the car hunt

August 12, 2003
Check first before you buy. That includes your lawyer.

August 11, 2003
Just a little too controlling

August 10, 2003
Wet summer

August 9, 2003
The anticipation of seafood

August 8, 2003
What were they thinking?

August 7, 2003
A statistical explanation for all those blinking left turn signals

August 7, 2003
Traffic report

August 6, 2003
When it comes to crimes under the Clean Water Act, there are wetlands and then there are wetlands.

August 5, 2003
What if you held a California bond sale and no one came?

August 4, 2003
Annals of Crime

August 2, 2003
Meeting Charles Hill

August 1, 2003
Serious Movietime

July 31, 2003
Understatement on all sides

July 30, 2003
If you’re going to push for policy change as a plaintiff, first make sure you have a good case

July 29, 2003
Sam the Ham

July 28, 2003
Segregation for the sake of diversity?

July 27, 2003
Pastaletta

July 26, 2003
Swagging the government’s revenue estimates

July 25, 2003
Five Claudes for this one

July 24, 2003
WMD Alert

July 19, 2003
Blogging break

July 19, 2003
Sex on the beach--fun for you, maybe, but not for the folks that can't avoid seeing you

July 18, 2003
Doing the right thing after doing the wrong thing

July 17, 2003
A rare judicial reference to common sense

July 16, 2003
Coincidence doesn’t prove causation

July 15, 2003
Bridge burning 101

July 14, 2003
Elle Woods meets Springtime for Hitler

July 13, 2003
Nothing like a roller-skating drag queen to spice up your Bingo Games

July 12, 2003
Lunch with Sgt. Stryker

July 11, 2003
Serious arguments are taken seriously by the courts. Non-serious arguments are not.

July 11, 2003
Maybe we live just a little too far north

July 10, 2003
A bureaucratic legend comes back to life?

July 9, 2003
This thud’s for you

July 8, 2003
Ghostlight

July 8, 2003
Fifth Amendment Rule Number One is, it’s okay to look out for Number One

July 7, 2003
Fireworks experiment

July 7, 2003
Traffic report

July 6, 2003
New Protocol--finish the 18th hole, hand in your scorecard, and turn in your driver to the equipment trailer

July 5, 2003
Maybe they'll listen to Wall Street--maybe

July 4, 2003
The sound of where you live

July 3, 2003
Not so uncommonly silly after all

July 2, 2003
Heavy weather

July 1, 2003
Chutzpah alert

July 1, 2003
Recommended reading

June 30, 2003
Anyone care to comment? Anyone?

June 30, 2003
Thank you, Mr. Lelyveld

June 28, 2003
Burying the lede in a Voting Rights Act story

June 27, 2003
The Ten Commandments and public buildings

June 26, 2003
Phonics Phun

June 26, 2003
Rednecks remembered--all of them

June 25, 2003
The golden rule for discovery violations

June 24, 2003
Would you like that bandage ripped off slowly, or quickly?

June 23, 2003
A Rehobosexual steps out

June 23, 2003
Three Claudes for a not-too-startling admission

June 22, 2003
Thanks for stopping by

June 21, 2003
Sometimes you're fine about all the hype

June 21, 2003
Pretty good mood elevator

June 20, 2003
Struck a community’s nerve

June 19, 2003
Putting your money where your mouth is

June 18, 2003
Guessed right about this bit of found money

June 17, 2003
A difference in emphasis

June 17, 2003
About two weeks late and 7,300 dollars short

June 16, 2003
Fun with headlines


June 16, 2003
Summer sign

 

June 15, 2003
Called this one correctly about The Two Cultures

 

June 14, 2003
Band Parents

 

June 13, 2003
Same-Sex Wedding Etiquette

 

June 12, 2003
Update on the Salt Lake City/LDS sidewalk case

 

June 11, 2003
Family and other traditions at the beach

 

June 11, 2003
Kind of brings a whole new meaning to “I can get if for you wholesale.”

 

June 10, 2003
News judgment

 

June 10, 2003
A few votes for chutzpah


June 9, 2003
You sentence a guy to an additional 130 years in prison, and all of sudden he’s got a problem with that?

 

June 8, 2003
Finding the money in Alabama, with God’s help

 

June 7, 2003
Science and Music, Working Together in Space Exploration

 

June 7, 2003
Traffic report

 

June 6, 2003
Left the gate a bit too early

 

June 6, 2003
Too much of an effort

 

June 5, 2003
Pump, pump, pump it up—the Chesapeake Bay, that is.

 

June 4, 2003
Fairness, like beauty, in the eyes of the beholder

 

June 3, 2003
Some trusts are better than others

 

June 2, 2003
Looks like my aim was a little off about targeted redevelopment

 

June 1, 2003
Finding the money through Enron-like accounting

 

June 1, 2003
A LULU of a Claude candidate

 

May 31, 2003
Life imitating The Wind in the Willows

 

May 30, 2003
The Internet and dated cultural references

 

May 29, 2003
No stringers here

 

May 28, 2003
Finding the money by tapping Uncle Sugar

 

May 27, 2003

Shakespeare behind the wheel

 

May 26, 2003
A one-woman COPS show

 

May 24, 2003
Creating a new market


May 23, 2003
A RAW deal for Californians

 

May 22, 2003
Altering perceptions

 

May 22, 2003
Just a bit too much foreshadowing

 

May 21, 2003
Oh well

 

May 19, 2003
Finding the money by banishing the blues--Blue Sundays, that is.

 

May 18, 2003

Hot about HOV abuse

 

May 17, 2003
DNC Spam

 

May 16, 2003
Two kinds of foam

May 16, 2003
A tip about tats

May 15, 2003
Major Claude points for this one

May 14, 2003
The New York Times and the Peter Principle

May 14, 2003
A nice milestone

May 13, 2003
Not entirely blameless, but then again maybe there’s a reason for what they're not doing

May 12, 2003
You assassinate a few leaders, fire off a couple mortar attacks at some others, and all of a sudden somebody thinks you’re a terrorist organization.  What’s up with that?

May 11, 2003
A local variation on the Lake Wobegon effect

May 10, 2003
A good mix of old and new technology

May 9, 2003
A matter of family honor

May 8, 2003
Maintenance duties

May 7, 2003
Not a lot of sympathy for these folks

May 6, 2003
When it comes to municipal annexation policy, you can’t make a federal case about being forced to buy into the whole package.

May 5, 2003
Not such a good job of picking your plaintiff

May 5, 2003
Get Well Note

May 4, 2003
Testing yourself against the best

May 3, 2003
Ignoring basic economics at one’s peril

May 2, 2003
Filling the land use regulatory vacuum

May 1, 2003
Barrels of fun

May 1, 2003
Return to Blogging

April 24, 2003
Spring Break

April 24, 2003
Points for chutzpah

April 23, 2003
A good Claude candidate buried deep in the story.

April 22, 2003
The Baghdad-friendly MP may have had his reasons

April 21, 2003
Recommended reading in the aftermath of beating Hussein and the Taliban

April 21, 2003
Nothing trashy about PBR, at least by comparison

April 20, 2003
A break in the routine

April 19, 2003
Golf courses are anti-environment only if the facts are ignored.

April 19, 2003
Even Baghdad Bob could have done better than that.

April 18, 2003
Fighting against a cleaner environment at every opportunity

April 17, 2003
The courage to act on one’s convictions

April 16, 2003
More fun with Rule 68

April 16, 2003
Say it ain't so

April 15, 2003
Showing a not-so-keen sense of timing

April 14, 2003
Don’t push it

April 13, 2003
When a small state mourns its fallen

April 12, 2003
I didn't know we were such a nuisance

April 12, 2003
There’s no must about it

April 11, 2003
That was heavenly

April 10, 2003
That 1.58% must be some really special property

April 9, 2003
By George, I think she’s lost it entirely

April 9, 2003
Still time for another tax case

April 9, 2003
Maybe it’s not the message

April 8, 2003
Evocative imagery

April 8, 2003
A slight surprise

April 8, 2003
Traffic Report

April 7, 2003
Flooded with fun at work

April 7, 2003
One down, one to go

April 6, 2003
Credit where it's due

April 6, 2003
No messages, please. We’re here for the golf.

April 5, 2003
Press Briefing Follies

April 4, 2003
Michael Kelly

April 4, 2003
That'll teach the Canadian government

April 3, 2003
Waiting for word on where to protest

April 3, 2003
Milestone

April 2, 2003
That money you thought you found might not be there after all.

April 1, 2003
Cheney silent as Halliburton tax conviction upheld on appeal.

March 31, 2003
A slight twist on a car rental company slogan

March 30, 2003
A Brilliant Ploy?

March 30, 2003
Peeps--lots of peeps

March 29, 2003
Pope alleged to be Roman Catholic

March 29, 2003
If the sheep you’re counting on aren’t really there, you’ll probably have nightmares

March 28, 2003
Second-guessing can go too far

March 27, 2003
Annals of crime

March 26, 2003
Needlessly angering the Federal judiciary has its costs

March 25, 2003
Bringing back the dead

March 25, 2003
You can’t make a federal case out of being declared a nonconformist—at least, not if that’s all that’s occurred.

March 24, 2003
Oh, that $2.4 million judgment. My bad.

March 24, 2003
In which I agree with Michael Moore

March 23, 2003
Persist with the facts in the face of fundamentally dishonest opposition

March 23, 2003
The other stages should appear, one hopes in short order

March 22, 2003
Victory sign

March 21, 2003
Going where the money is

March 20, 2003
Keep watching on the home front

March 19, 2003
Never-used Old Bay® in the cupboard? How is that possible?

March 19, 2003
It looks like splitsville for the tenants of Stiltsville—but not on the Audubon Society’s timetable

March 18, 2003
Homestead sweet homestead? Not.

March 17, 2003
Bush's Ultimatum Speech

March 17, 2003
Next time, put some variety into your tax cheating

March 17, 2003
A LULU of a Claude-Deserving Headline

March 16, 2003
A sign that the development pendulum is beginning to stop and reverse direction

March 15, 2003
Shameless boosterism

March 14, 2003
The circus is coming to Augusta—for the Masters

March 14, 2003
Concert note

March 12, 2003
A short note about Congressman Moran

March 12, 2003
Losing the money when you didn’t have to

March 11, 2003
Finding the money by not paying for it in the first place

March 11, 2003
When it comes to some aspects of human nature, we’re all experts

March 10, 2003
Zealous representation and sins of omission

March 9, 2003
Trees and sand and attitude

March 8, 2003
Car Hunting

March 7, 2003
Pushing the sentencing envelope a bit too far

March 7, 2003
Traffic Report

March 6, 2003
Effective Torture Techniques

March 5, 2003
The press remains free--to pay a reasonable fee for airport newsracks

March 4, 2003
Focusing on the bottom line isn’t always the right thing to do

March 3, 2003
Finding the money

March 3, 2003
Living in two places at once

March 2, 2003
Coach Kuff

March 1, 2003
Associated Press screws up headline on Rwanda-Iraq story, big time

March 1, 2003
A Bloody Daisy Chain

February 28, 2003
Four Claudes for a political fund-raising headline

February 27, 2003
Annals of Crime

February 27, 2003
Sally Field Moments

February 27, 2003
Blood Blogging

February 26, 2003
Santa’s Haitian Workshop

February 25, 2003
Even the purest of motives won’t necessarily keep you in court

February 24, 2003
Taking a page out of the Federal budget playbook

February 24, 2003
Apocalyptic Visions

February 23, 2003
Faking it

February 22, 2003
Know your target audience—in some cases, literally

February 21, 2003
A radio listener's modest request concerning liberal talk radio

February 20, 2003
Setting practical priorities and obtaining them

February 19, 2003
Spew alert

February 19, 2003
Fool for love

February 18, 2003
The Beach in Winter

February 18, 2003
Norts Spews*

February 18, 2003
Some end runs will not be allowed in Federal Court. Good.

February 17, 2003
The City of Magic meets Harold Higgins—hijinks ensue

February 16, 2003
What’s in a name

February 16, 2003
Feeling a bit targeted

February 16, 2003
There are demonstrators and then there are demonstrators

February 15, 2003
Spoilsports

February 14, 2003
Le E'tat Fromage

February 14, 2003
That’s some Rule, that Rule 68

 

February 13, 2003
Would you like fries with that tourist?

 

February 13, 2003
Flushed with pride

 

February 12, 2003
Our southern exposure is now a bit more southern

 

February 11, 2003
When your anger is misdirected, don’t be surprised if someone tells you

 

February 10, 2003
If you follow a few simple rules, you can cybergripe all you want.

 

February 10, 2003
Traffic Report

 

February 9, 2003
A Night at the Symphony

 

February 9, 2003
A misused word

 

February 8, 2003
There’s symbolism, and then there’s symbolism

 

February 8, 2003
Stunning news from the world of tax preparation


February 7, 2003
News judgment

 

February 6, 2003
Our Friends at PETA

 

February 6, 2003
Three Claudes for an economics lesson

 

February 5, 2003

Good Timing

 

February 4, 2003
Logic Problem

 

February 3, 2003
A zoning appeal is a cost of doing business, not a chance for cost-shifting

 

February 2, 2003
Taking the Plunge 2003--Update


February 2, 2003
On Responsibility

February 1, 2003

Oh Jeez


February 1, 2003
Hardy Perennials

 

January 31, 2003
Update on Paul Krugman, state tax prognosticator

 

January 30, 2003

A warning for new dads

 

January 29, 2003

The Two Cultures

 

January 28, 2003
There are ways to deal with prosecutorial misconduct. Barring a second trial is not normally one of them.

 

January 27, 2003
Taking the Plunge 2003

 

January 26, 2003
Winter at the Beach

 

January 26, 2003
The Graceless Whipsawing of Maureen Dowd

 

January 26, 2003
Puzzle pieces

 

January 25, 2003
Dust

 

January 24, 2003

Random thoughts on the selling and buying of newspapers


January 23, 2003

Let’s go to the videotape

 

January 22, 2003

Extremely absentee ballots

January 21, 2003
This window of correction is a drive-through

January 20, 2003
MLK memories

January 20, 2003
Sure it’s a dummy thermostat--but it’s digital!

January 19, 2003
Three Claudes for a taxing example of simple logic

January 18, 2003
Our friends at PETA

January 18, 2003
Why our dog likes Snow Days

January 17, 2003
Local signs of an upcoming fight

January 17, 2003
A version of phone sex?

January 16, 2003
The Lynyrd Skynyrd Exception to the Fourth Amendment

January 15, 2003
The NYT makes a Trent Lott-like comment

January 15, 2003
Somebody’s a big fan of Milla Jovovich

January 12, 2003
Transportation politics at the margins

January 12, 2003
The Arts and the Internet

January 12, 2003
Blogging Break

January 11, 2003
Gambling on gambling

January 10, 2003
The bike rider wasn't the only one to slip up.

January 9, 2003
Why did I pay all those premiums all those years? And don’t tell me “peace of mind.”

January 8, 2003
Don’t want to play piggyback any more

January 7, 2003
Traffic Report-One Year

January 7, 2003
Mad money and other fun tax crimes

January 6, 2003
Local energy issues may be about to become very interesting—and windy, too.

January 5, 2003
An anti-immigration policy most people would support

January 4, 2003
Would a quarter-vote be enough for you?

January 3, 2003
Not completely correct on tax policy choices


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