The Dartmouth Observer
Wednesday, September 20, 2006
It isn't a term that I would use, but it isn't as useless as one would think. As Martin Kramer points out in his latest Sandstorm piece, scholars of the Middle East, including the Marxist Maxine Rodinson, have drawn links between Islamism and Fascism in the past.
Sunday, September 17, 2006
The internet connection countines to be spotty. However, I am commuting to work and school regularly now so we can begin our walk through the Bible this week.
Friday, September 15, 2006
Conservatives in revolt, part 514
In case you've missed it, The Washington Monthly features articles by seven prominent conservatives, including Dartmouth's Jeffrey Hart, on just how un-conservative the Bush administration has become.
Thursday, September 07, 2006
Expect more updates next week. Though I doubt any of you wish to know the everyday details of living, I want to share the reasons why I have not posted this week despite prior promises to the contrary.
One, my personal Internet connection disappeared for one week. Two, I moved further away from campus during that time. Three, I moved into a new apartment. Four, I'm trying to write an NSF grant proposal.
Next week things look good because all four should have ceased by then.