Group-think

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Gregory Kane, of the Baltimore Sun, is one of my favorite columnists. He is consistently sensible, honest, eloquent, and penetrating. And he doesn't care a whit about offending the delicate sensibilites of the politically correct. Considering where he works, he is a very brave man.

Today's column is a gem. Registration is required, but worth it, since you, too, are likely to join the legion of Kane—iacs, and will want to read him on a regular basis. Since we are publishing two articles on sports today, Kane's latest is particularly apporpriate. Read it.

Thomas Lifson  11 05 05

Gregory Kane, of the Baltimore Sun, is one of my favorite columnists. He is consistently sensible, honest, eloquent, and penetrating. And he doesn't care a whit about offending the delicate sensibilites of the politically correct. Considering where he works, he is a very brave man.

Today's column is a gem. Registration is required, but worth it, since you, too, are likely to join the legion of Kane—iacs, and will want to read him on a regular basis. Since we are publishing two articles on sports today, Kane's latest is particularly apporpriate. Read it.

Thomas Lifson  11 05 05