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Finally, The Corner Meets The Blog

Welcome readers of The Corner at NRO.

The cartoon to which John Derbyshire refers is in the Farewell to the Great Liberator and Ronald Reagan archives, Monday, July 12, 2004. (As I write, it's still on the main page, too.)

While you're here, check out Democrats in Self-Destruct Mode, which now has 331 entries since Nov. 12, 2003, and the Sunday Poetry Series, a regular feature now for a year. If you've never read John Kerry's 1971 Senate Testimony, it's here as HTML and PDF. And, if you've heard of the denunciation for heresy of John Kerry, I 'splain it here.

Please consider bookmarking The Blog from the Core; I try to keep the place interesting. And, if I fail from time to time, each day's entries on the main page conclude with The Daily Roll, a collection of links to daily pages for varying interests.

At the least, don't forget Core's Laws of Media:

  • Core's Law of New Media: There Is No Such Thing As Local News Anymore: In the Internet Age, anything anybody has said anywhere, anytime, can sooner or later become known everywhere else.
  • Core's Law of Old Media: We see the Democrats in Self-Destruct Mode partly because America's liberals believe their own lying propaganda.

Remember in November: you heard 'em here first. :-)

P.S. Any ideas?

Lane Core Jr. CIW P — Sun. 07/18/04 09:33:36 PM
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