The Perpetual Three-Dot Column
The Perpetual Three-Dot Column
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by Jesse Walker

Thursday, July 14, 2005
SELF-PROMOTION: Today's Reason
column calls for repealing the Intelligence Identities Protection Act -- not because I have any sympathy for Karl Rove, but because it's a bad law that was passed for bad reasons.

Also, Reason published another article of mine on Monday, on why no sane city should want to host the Olympics. It was originally scheduled to appear last Thursday, but that didn't seem like a good day for tweaking London.

Finally: after two years of neglect, my article archive has finally been updated. Those last two pieces aren't in it yet, but all my other substantial Reason stories are, along with quite a few that aren't so substantial and several pieces that appeared in other outlets.


posted by Jesse 12:01 PM
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