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« Trivia Tidbit Of The Day: Part 28. | WILLisms.com | Michael Tanner. »

Some Call It A Carnival/Bonfire Of Classiness.

We call it "Classiness, All Around Us."

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In no particular order, WILLisms.com presents classiness from the blogosphere:

1.

What does it mean to be rich?

Peaktalk has some great thoughts in response to this Asymmetrical Information post.

2.

High gas prices bothering you? What about unnaturally high sugar prices?

Louisiana Libertarian blog looks at the distorted debate over CAFTA.


3.

Public opinion polling is both an art and a science. Unfortunately, neither artists nor scientists are responsible for the ubiquitous biased polls in the public square today. A shrewdly constructed poll can create a self-fulfilling prophesy, allowing the poll oracle to declare a false consensus.

Michelle Malkin looks at the latest example of slanted question wording manufacturing polling data that fits the elite media's existing narrative of the world.


4.

How are our brave friends in Lebanon doing?

Captain's Quarters Blog looks at the significance of Syria's withdrawal from Lebanon; Publius Pundit has more. So does The Moderate Voice.


5.

It's never too early to start thinking about 2008. Actually, it is too early, but we do it anyway.

Patrick Ruffini is conducting an informal poll of blog-reading types to see what people think of Rudy Giuliani.


6.

America's military posture is in many ways still designed for the Cold War. So, how can the U.S. create a more nimble, agile, and effective fighting force to deal with the War On Terror, while still dissuading emerging powers such as China from aggression?

Outside The Beltway previews the coming debate over base realignment.


7.

We noted previously that the Togolese people held an election recently? So how did it turn out?

Not so great.

Gateway Pundit has the story.


8.

Pervasive racism in America requires strong protections against hate crimes. So say the enlightened few.

Well, La Shawn Barner looks at the weirdness of hate crimes rules, noting a clear case of reverse discrimination.


9.

Like maps and statistics and charts and tables?

Political Calculations blog has yet another neat tool for comparing the economic output (and other characteristics) of all the American states. Very cool.


10.

Has a portion of the American anti-war movement become more anti-American than anti-war?

The Jawa Report looks at a shocking, but not all that unusual, treasonous sentiment found in our nation's halls of higher education.

Also, don't forget to check out all the old Trivia Tidbits Of the Day, the Reform Thursday series, the Quotational Therapy sessions, and the Wednesday Caption Contest (entries are due Tuesday at 11:59 PM Central Standard Time), plus a look at Castrogate in San Antonio and part one of "The Myth Of The 'Social Europe'".


Previous Certifications of Classiness from WILLisms.com:

February 8, 2005

February 16, 2005

February 18, 2005

February 21, 2005

February 22, 2005

February 25, 2005

March 3, 2005

March 9, 2005

March 15, 2005

March 22, 2005

March 29, 2005

April 5, 2005

April 12, 2005


April 19, 2005

WILLisms.com offers a classiness roundup as a weekly feature, every Tuesday, with 10 posts deemed classy. We love to spread the word on upcoming blogs, being that WILLisms.com also fits that description. If you would like to nominate a post on your blog or another blog for inclusion, email us at WILLisms@gmail.com. Write "Classy Nomination" in the subject.

At some point in the future, we're also going to introduce a roundup of lameness, which will provide examples of shrill, angry, extremist, anti-American, self-loathing, intentionally misleading, and other unclassy posts from blogs. Again, email us at WILLisms@gmail.com to submit nominations.

Classy.

Posted by Will Franklin · 26 April 2005 11:03 AM

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