I guess this is a case of putting your daughter where your mouth is.
But at least the bride gets access to a fortune variously estimated in the press at $200-$370 million—hopefully not too well-protected by the reported pre-nuptial agreement.
For most Swedes, faced with the consequences of their government's lax asylum policy, no such compensation is available.
If I went to press conferences like the Mainstream Media:
That's what Kevin Michael Grace was asking in May, and what I've been fiddling with for the past few days. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and it means that you can check automatically when a blog or news website is updated. I've been using SharpReader to read those blogs which have installed this RSS thingie.
It would be useful to have this on the site, but we don't want to try too hard with the technical stuff. However, if any readers have a suggestion about how this can be implemented easily, I'd be grateful.
A reader writes (facetiously):
"Hey, Steve, you are just ticked off that not a single person in the debate audience, which represented a cross section of the American people, asked a question about illegal immigrants. For surely if anyone had submitted such a question, Charles Gibson would have used it, right?
"Nah, red-blooded Americans are concerned about the stuff that touches their daily lives, like stem-cell research. You've just got to shed your obsessions and think more like a normal American."
In VDARE.com in early 2001, I pointed out that the "race is not a scientific concept" party line emanating from the Human Genome Project leaders was just spin. I wrote:
"Human Genome Project scientists have been conspiring with journalists recently to lard press reports on their findings with politically-correct disinformation."[Read the whole thing on isteve.com]
The Post is looking for your vote on the best blogs and political websites. I believe you can vote for Vdare.Com. Only once, though.