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A man known in the cyber world as The Internet Monk, has died. Michael Spencer lost his battle with cancer tonight. My prayers go out for his family and for all those who loved and will miss him. 🙁

The left is so angry with Lieberman that they are taking it out on his wife and a breast cancer charity: A liberal Web site is trying to enlist celebrities to persuade a top breast cancer research group to dump …Read More

And realize how hard it is to govern in the center (or words to that effect :-). I wonder how the lefty bloggers are going to take this: Visit for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Economy …Read More

Noooo, I’m not liveblogging it! But this blogger from the NY Times is. Very helpful. We can go live our lives and then check in later for the highlights.

It’s not very helpful of Dreher to label the DC Tea Party protesters as “kooks” based on one picture. I know that a picture is worth a thousand words, but come on, you base your opinion of a movement on …Read More

I don’t have enough clout to get it repaired. I don’t have a million Twitter followers and a blog with a huge following, so if I have a problem with it and complain, the “manager of the executive office” from …Read More

This is a wake-up call to all bloggers who think they can remain anonymous: A Vogue cover girl has won a precedent-setting court battle to unmask an anonymous blogger who called her a “skank” on the internet. In a case …Read More

The Atlantic Wire has posted a roundup of the reactions to the boycott of Whole Foods by lefty bloggers over the WSJ opinion piece written by Whole Foods CEO, John Mackey. Mackey angered the bloggers by suggesting a free-market solution …Read More

That’s what Ryan Chittum of The Columbia Law Review found out: “We want to stop wholesale misappropriation of our content which does occur right now–people who are copying and pasting or taking by RSS feeds dozens or hundreds of our …Read More

I’m going to be hanging out with my family today, so no blogging (or even tweeting or facebook). Real conversation, not electronic 🙂 I’ll leave you with this. The real reason famous people die in threes 🙂