I have heard that the U-Party Law School candidate has been selected by MSA over the DAAP representative in a tie-breaking vote last night. As Paul Scott is quick to remind me, that brings the totals to Students First 12, U-Party 11, DAAP 1. Moral: you really can run a campaign on an empty platform […]
I dusted off my ‘David Horowitz information page’ from his visit last year since he’ll be speaking this Thursday in the Michigan League Ballroom at 7:30 PM. In case you haven’t heard him, check out his websites: Front Page Magazine and The War Room. He was a less-than-intelligent liberal who has become a radical conservative. […]
See U-M History Professor Juan Cole’s weblog for an interesting post about the war. He is author of many books about the region.
Who is Andrew Shrivell and what does he want with my website? James Justin Wilson explains all.
The Ann Arbor News reports the judge has increased the legal fees the University must pay to Revolutionary Worker’s League lawyers George Washington and Miranda Massie – to $200,000. Both will be paid over $200 per hour for work on the case. It’s no suprise, but the Daily doesn’t have a story about this in […]
To clarify, I don’t think the leaders of the local Young Americans for Freedom have any connections with Students For War (see comment below) although I think anybody who holds a “support our troops” rally at a teach-in for peace may as well tell people they are “pro-war.” Looks like we all missed Afghanistan Day, […]
Although Daily columnist and former editor-in-chief Jon Schwartz’s friend in ROTC doesn’t have a problem with anti-war protestors, the LSA senior who wouldn’t know “organizing” if it hit him on the head, still thinks last week’s anti-war protests were inappropriate: “The anti-war protesters on this campus, though, are too caught up in organizing their rallies […]