4.21 score from hupso.pl for:
2parse.com



HTML Content


Title2parse by joe campbell

Length: 23, Words: 4
Description a blog by joe campbell about politics, prose, foreign policy, the rule of law, national security, barack obama, and liberalism.

Length: 127, Words: 20
Keywords joe campbell, politics, prose, foreign policy, barack obama, liberalism, national security, war on drugs, wars against terrorism, pakistan, mexico, war on terrorism, net neutrality as a fairness doctrine for the internet, the rule of law, drug war, nexus
Robots index,follow
Charset UTF-8
Og Meta - Title exist
Og Meta - Description exist
Og Meta - Site name exist
Tytuł powinien zawierać pomiędzy 10 a 70 znaków (ze spacjami), a mniej niż 12 słów w długości.
Meta opis powinien zawierać pomiędzy 50 a 160 znaków (łącznie ze spacjami), a mniej niż 24 słów w długości.
Kodowanie znaków powinny być określone , UTF-8 jest chyba najlepszy zestaw znaków, aby przejść z powodu UTF-8 jest bardziej międzynarodowy kodowaniem.
Otwarte obiekty wykresu powinny być obecne w stronie internetowej (więcej informacji na temat protokołu OpenGraph: http://ogp.me/)

SEO Content

Words/Characters 4785
Text/HTML 42.10 %
Headings H1 0
H2 17
H3 0
H4 0
H5 0
H6 0
H1
H2
romney flip flips again, chooses biden as vp
not all church signs are stupid
the winklevoss twins of getting bin laden
in response to those disturbed by celebrating on the death of bin laden
bloomberg: how to use immigration policy to save detroit
at&t is asking us to trust them
capitalism in practice
paul ryan’s america
the little trumpet player
campbell’s law
daily reading
tags
blogroll
opinions
podcasts
archives
categories
H3
H4
H5
H6
strong
the deficit they were fuming against was largely a result of policies that benefited their own constituencies
b
i
em the deficit they were fuming against was largely a result of policies that benefited their own constituencies
Bolds strong 1
b 0
i 0
em 1
Zawartość strony internetowej powinno zawierać więcej niż 250 słów, z stopa tekst / kod jest wyższy niż 20%.
Pozycji używać znaczników (h1, h2, h3, ...), aby określić temat sekcji lub ustępów na stronie, ale zwykle, użyj mniej niż 6 dla każdego tagu pozycje zachować swoją stronę zwięzły.
Styl używać silnych i kursywy znaczniki podkreślić swoje słowa kluczowe swojej stronie, ale nie nadużywać (mniej niż 16 silnych tagi i 16 znaczników kursywy)

Statystyki strony

twitter:title pusty
twitter:description pusty
google+ itemprop=name pusty
Pliki zewnętrzne 8
Pliki CSS 1
Pliki javascript 7
Plik należy zmniejszyć całkowite odwołanie plików (CSS + JavaScript) do 7-8 maksymalnie.

Linki wewnętrzne i zewnętrzne

Linki 399
Linki wewnętrzne 3
Linki zewnętrzne 396
Linki bez atrybutu Title 339
Linki z atrybutem NOFOLLOW 0
Linki - Użyj atrybutu tytuł dla każdego łącza. Nofollow link jest link, który nie pozwala wyszukiwarkom boty zrealizują są odnośniki no follow. Należy zwracać uwagę na ich użytkowania

Linki wewnętrzne

a bit of traffic /images/traffic_from_at&t_forum3.jpg
her message to me justifying her censorship said /images/at&t_private_message_censorship.jpg
the offending, censored post /images/at&t_forum_censorship.jpg

Linki zewnętrzne

2parse http://2parse.com/
home http://www.2parse.com/
about http://2parse.com/?page_id=1991
contact http://2parse.com/?page_id=22
quotations http://www.jwcampbe.com/quotations/
romney flip flips again, chooses biden as vp http://2parse.com/?p=5417
barack obama http://2parse.com/?cat=143
election 2012 http://2parse.com/?cat=953
humor http://2parse.com/?cat=5
romney http://2parse.com/?cat=957
the opinionsphere http://2parse.com/?cat=458
videos http://2parse.com/?cat=44
14 comments » http://2parse.com/?p=5417#comments
not all church signs are stupid http://2parse.com/?p=5398
made headlines for using their sign to take on glenn beck http://thinkprogress.org/2010/03/12/wantagh-beck/
gay rights http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drkiwb3hies
gay rights http://2parse.com/?tag=gay-rights
george takei http://2parse.com/?tag=george-takei
wantagh http://2parse.com/?tag=wantagh
wantagh memorial congregational church http://2parse.com/?tag=wantagh-memorial-congregational-church
gay rights http://2parse.com/?cat=1960
politics http://2parse.com/?cat=4
12 comments » http://2parse.com/?p=5398#comments
the winklevoss twins of getting bin laden http://2parse.com/?p=5386
jon stewart http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/tue-may-10-2011/who-killed-osama-bin-laden?xrs=share_copy
the contemporaneous record reflects that the bush administration prioritized saddam over bin laden shortly after 9/11 http://www.cato-at-liberty.org/how-bush-lost-bin-laden/
saddam and bin laden were working together on a wmd attack on america http://2parse.com/?p=17
shutting down the team focused on finding bin laden http://andrewsullivan.thedailybeast.com/2011/05/the-big-lie-torture-got-bin-laden-ctd.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=feed%3a+andrewsullivan%2frapm+%28the+daily+dish%29
the former bush administration officials claim credit for being used to find bin laden http://emptywheel.firedoglake.com/2011/05/09/marc-thiessen-you-are-my-pinata/
- http://2parse.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/winklevoss-twins1.jpg
shut down https://www.nytimes.com/2006/07/04/washington/04intel.html
obama promised that he would go into pakistan after bin laden http://tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/2011/05/flashback-2008-mccain-clinton-slam-obama-for-saying-hed-go-get-bin-laden-in-pakistan-video.php
the bin laden operation was so carefully planned for http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/10/world/asia/10intel.html
andrew sullivan http://2parse.com/?tag=andrew-sullivan
cognitive dissonance http://2parse.com/?tag=cognitive-dissonance
ibn al-shaykh al-libi http://2parse.com/?tag=ibn-al-shaykh-al-libi
osama bin laden http://2parse.com/?tag=osama-bin-laden
rush limbaugh http://2parse.com/?tag=rush-limbaugh
barack obama http://2parse.com/?cat=143
national security http://2parse.com/?cat=367
the bush legacy http://2parse.com/?cat=1285
the opinionsphere http://2parse.com/?cat=458
the war on terrorism http://2parse.com/?cat=9
3 comments » http://2parse.com/?p=5386#comments
in response to those disturbed by celebrating on the death of bin laden http://2parse.com/?p=5373
this quote http://books.google.com/books?id=qnoc3jhv5iuc&lpg=pa594&dq=.%20darkness%20cannot%20drive%20out%20darkness%3a%20only%20light%20can%20do%20that.&pg=pa594#v=onepage&q=.%20darkness%20cannot%20drive%20out%20darkness:%20only%20light%20can%20do%20that.&f=false
a foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds http://books.google.com/books?id=4zzaaaaamaaj&dq=consistency%20is%20the%20hobgoblin%20self-reliance&pg=pa15#v=onepage&q=foolish%20consistency&f=false
dan nguyen @ new york city http://www.flickr.com/photos/zokuga/5678699597/in/photostream/
facebook http://2parse.com/?tag=facebook
martin luther king http://2parse.com/?tag=martin-luther-king
osama bin laden http://2parse.com/?tag=osama-bin-laden
september 11 http://2parse.com/?tag=september-11
the wizard of oz http://2parse.com/?tag=the-wizard-of-oz
barack obama http://2parse.com/?cat=143
criticism http://2parse.com/?cat=47
national security http://2parse.com/?cat=367
politics http://2parse.com/?cat=4
post 9/11 generation http://2parse.com/?cat=39
the bush legacy http://2parse.com/?cat=1285
the opinionsphere http://2parse.com/?cat=458
the war on terrorism http://2parse.com/?cat=9
1 comment » http://2parse.com/?p=5373#comments
bloomberg: how to use immigration policy to save detroit http://2parse.com/?p=5369
meet the press http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3032608/42847267
the homesteading policies http://yglesias.thinkprogress.org/2010/06/homesteading-detroit/
his original post http://yglesias.thinkprogress.org/2010/06/the-regrettably-impossible-alternative-to-shrinking-detroit/
detroit http://2parse.com/?tag=detroit
homesteading http://2parse.com/?tag=homesteading
matt yglesias http://2parse.com/?tag=matt-yglesias
meet the press with david gregory http://2parse.com/?tag=meet-the-press-with-david-gregory
mike bloomberg http://2parse.com/?tag=mike-bloomberg
urban policy http://2parse.com/?tag=urban-policy
criticism http://2parse.com/?cat=47
domestic issues http://2parse.com/?cat=27
immigration http://2parse.com/?cat=2790
politics http://2parse.com/?cat=4
videos http://2parse.com/?cat=44
2 comments » http://2parse.com/?p=5369#comments
at&t is asking us to trust them http://2parse.com/?p=5345
at&t’s unlikely sponsorship of libertarian ideologues http://2parse.com/?p=4125
followed the source to the at&t’s forum http://forums.att.com/t5/features-and-how-to/at-amp-t-to-impose-caps-overages/td-p/2704137/page/136
i posted myself http://2parse.com/images/at&t_forum_original_post.jpg
anyone knew what had happened http://forums.att.com/t5/features-and-how-to/at-amp-t-to-impose-caps-overages/td-p/2704137/page/141
tifa_shines “answered” my question by censoring my link http://2parse.com/images/at&t_forum_censored_post.jpg
hush-a-phone http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/hush-a-phone_v._united_states
at&t coincidentally opposed http://2parse.com/?p=4127
pleading for special favors from the government http://2parse.com/?p=4125
tim wu’s http://books.google.com/books?id=im6sos2u554c&printsec=frontcover&dq=tim+wu+the+master+switch&hl=en&ei=y0wztfu6horl0qhb0s2fcq&sa=x&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1&ved=0cc4q6aewaa#v=onepage&q&f=false
the master switch http://books.google.com/books?id=im6sos2u554c&printsec=frontcover&dq=tim+wu+the+master+switch&hl=en&ei=y0wztfu6horl0qhb0s2fcq&sa=x&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1&ved=0cc4q6aewaa#v=onepage&q&f=false
strangle the internet before it even existed http://2parse.com/?p=4127
bankrolling of former libertarian economists and thinkers http://2parse.com/?p=4125
to lie about net neutrality http://2parse.com/?p=696
game the political system http://2parse.com/?p=4125
oppose net neutrality on the grounds that it will prevent the censorship of “obscenity and other objectionable content,” http://2parse.com/?p=5151
email your congressperson today http://www.contactingthecongress.org/
how important net neutrality is to you http://www.savetheinternet.com/resources
adam thierer http://2parse.com/?tag=adam-thierer
at&t http://2parse.com/?tag=att
at&t censorship http://2parse.com/?tag=att-censorship
at&t community forum http://2parse.com/?tag=att-community-forum
censorship http://2parse.com/?tag=censorship
dick martin http://2parse.com/?tag=dick-martin
grover norquist http://2parse.com/?tag=grover-norquist
net neutrality http://2parse.com/?tag=net-neutrality
the master switch http://2parse.com/?tag=the-master-switch
tifa_shines http://2parse.com/?tag=tifa_shines
tim wu http://2parse.com/?tag=tim-wu
criticism http://2parse.com/?cat=47
domestic issues http://2parse.com/?cat=27
libertarianism http://2parse.com/?cat=42
political philosophy http://2parse.com/?cat=38
the opinionsphere http://2parse.com/?cat=458
the web and technology http://2parse.com/?cat=7
12 comments » http://2parse.com/?p=5345#comments
capitalism in practice http://2parse.com/?p=5326
tim wu’s the master switch http://books.google.com/books?id=im6sos2u554c&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false
the government to stop his competitors because their superiority is unfair http://jwcampbe.com/quotations/?p=583
edwin armstrong invented fm radio http://books.google.com/books?id=im6sos2u554c&lpg=pp1&dq=master%20switch%20tim%20wu&pg=pa125#v=onepage&q=edwin%20armstrong&f=false
ron schott http://www.flickr.com/photos/rschott/4486933937/
at&t http://2parse.com/?tag=att
atlas shrugged http://2parse.com/?tag=atlas-shrugged
ayn rand http://2parse.com/?tag=ayn-rand
dagny taggert http://2parse.com/?tag=dagny-taggert
disruptive technology http://2parse.com/?tag=disruptive-technology
edwin armstrong http://2parse.com/?tag=edwin-armstrong
fm radio http://2parse.com/?tag=fm-radio
hank rearden http://2parse.com/?tag=hank-rearden
hollywood http://2parse.com/?tag=hollywood
the master switch http://2parse.com/?tag=the-master-switch
tim wu http://2parse.com/?tag=tim-wu
criticism http://2parse.com/?cat=47
domestic issues http://2parse.com/?cat=27
economics http://2parse.com/?cat=544
law http://2parse.com/?cat=36
libertarianism http://2parse.com/?cat=42
political philosophy http://2parse.com/?cat=38
politics http://2parse.com/?cat=4
the web and technology http://2parse.com/?cat=7
2 comments » http://2parse.com/?p=5326#comments
paul ryan’s america http://2parse.com/?p=5302
excessively partisan http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/paul-ryan-obamas-speech-excessively-partisan-dramatically-inaccurate-and-hopelessly-inadequate_557374.html
i described the conundrum republicans faced http://2parse.com/?p=4322
over 55 who were the only demographic group to vote republican http://www.ropercenter.uconn.edu/elections/how_groups_voted/voted_08.html
to place the entire burden of balancing the budget on the backs of democratic constituencies http://www.weeklystandard.com/print/blogs/text-paul-ryans-aei-speech_556818.html?page=2
slate‘s john dickerson said in friday’s political gabfest http://www.slate.com/id/2290092/
gage skidmore http://www.flickr.com/photos/gageskidmore/5446844432/in/photostream/
barack obama http://2parse.com/?tag=barack-obama
medicaid http://2parse.com/?tag=medicaid
medicare http://2parse.com/?tag=medicare
paul ryan http://2parse.com/?tag=paul-ryan
social security http://2parse.com/?tag=social-security
barack obama http://2parse.com/?cat=143
domestic issues http://2parse.com/?cat=27
fiscal crisis http://2parse.com/?cat=2849
politics http://2parse.com/?cat=4
the opinionsphere http://2parse.com/?cat=458
25 comments » http://2parse.com/?p=5302#comments
the little trumpet player http://2parse.com/?p=5296
his role in his school play http://2parse.com/images/second-lead-munchkin.jpg
chris ayers http://2parse.com/?tag=chris-ayers
michael campbell http://2parse.com/?tag=michael-campbell
ryan campbell http://2parse.com/?tag=ryan-campbell
sean campbell http://2parse.com/?tag=sean-campbell
the little trumpet player http://2parse.com/?tag=the-little-trumpet-player
videos http://2parse.com/?cat=44
3 comments » http://2parse.com/?p=5296#comments
campbell’s law http://2parse.com/?p=5279
andrew sullivan http://andrewsullivan.theatlantic.com/the_daily_dish/2011/03/campbells-law.html
ezra klein http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/ezra-klein/post/reconciliation/2011/03/28/afjckixb_blog.html
campbell’s law http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/campbell's_law
dana goldstein http://www.thedailybeast.com/blogs-and-stories/2011-03-29/michelle-rhees-cheating-scandal-school-test-score-irregularities/full/
matt yglesias http://yglesias.thinkprogress.org/
taxpayers demand their receipt http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/ezra-klein/post/its_time_for_taxpayers_to_demand_a_receipt/2011/03/28/aftbaypb_blog.html?wprss=ezra-klein
andrew sullivan http://2parse.com/?tag=andrew-sullivan
campbell's law http://2parse.com/?tag=campbells-law
corruption http://2parse.com/?tag=corruption
dana goldstein http://2parse.com/?tag=dana-goldstein
ezra klein http://2parse.com/?tag=ezra-klein
taxpayer receipt http://2parse.com/?tag=taxpayer-receipt
the daily beast http://2parse.com/?tag=the-daily-beast
criticism http://2parse.com/?cat=47
domestic issues http://2parse.com/?cat=27
89 comments » http://2parse.com/?p=5279#comments
« older entries http://2parse.com/?paged=2
http://2parse.com/?feed=rss2
by email http://feedburner.google.com/fb/a/mailverify?uri=2parse&loc=en_us
abm4life http://www.abm4life.com
http://yglesias.thinkprogress.org/
http://voices.washingtonpost.com/ezra-klein/
http://andrewsullivan.theatlantic.com/
http://nytimes.com/
http://drudgereport.com/
http://realclearpolitics.com
http://thedailybeast.com/cheat-sheet/
http://realclearpolitics.com
http://washingtonpost.com/
http://wsj.com/
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/
http://www.talkingpointsmemo.com/
http://rothkopf.foreignpolicy.com/
http://thecable.foreignpolicy.com/
http://walt.foreignpolicy.com/
http://www.salon.com/opinion/greenwald/
http://www.motherjones.com/kevin-drum
http://jwcampbe.com/resources/
http://2parse.com/?page_id=3250
al qaeda http://2parse.com/?tag=al-qaeda
andrew sullivan http://2parse.com/?tag=andrew-sullivan
bill clinton http://2parse.com/?tag=bill-clinton
charles krauthammer http://2parse.com/?tag=charles-krauthammer
council on foreign relations http://2parse.com/?tag=council-on-foreign-relations
david brooks http://2parse.com/?tag=david-brooks
dick cheney http://2parse.com/?tag=dick-cheney
ezra klein http://2parse.com/?tag=ezra-klein
facebook http://2parse.com/?tag=facebook
financial times http://2parse.com/?tag=financial-times
foreign policy http://2parse.com/?tag=foreign-policy
george w. bush http://2parse.com/?tag=george-w-bush
george will http://2parse.com/?tag=george-will
glenn greenwald http://2parse.com/?tag=glenn-greenwald
hillary clinton http://2parse.com/?tag=hillary-clinton
iran http://2parse.com/?tag=iran
jonathan chait http://2parse.com/?tag=jonathan-chait
jon stewart http://2parse.com/?tag=jon-stewart
marc ambinder http://2parse.com/?tag=marc-ambinder
marijuana http://2parse.com/?tag=marijuana
matt yglesias http://2parse.com/?tag=matt-yglesias
meet the press http://2parse.com/?tag=meet-the-press
national review http://2parse.com/?tag=national-review
net neutrality http://2parse.com/?tag=net-neutrality
newsweek http://2parse.com/?tag=newsweek
new yorker http://2parse.com/?tag=new-yorker
new york times http://2parse.com/?tag=new-york-times
paul krugman http://2parse.com/?tag=paul-krugman
ronald reagan http://2parse.com/?tag=ronald-reagan
rule of law http://2parse.com/?tag=rule-of-law
rush limbaugh http://2parse.com/?tag=rush-limbaugh
salon http://2parse.com/?tag=salon
sarah palin http://2parse.com/?tag=sarah-palin
september 11 http://2parse.com/?tag=september-11
slate http://2parse.com/?tag=slate
stimulus http://2parse.com/?tag=stimulus
the atlantic http://2parse.com/?tag=the-atlantic
the corner http://2parse.com/?tag=the-corner
the drudge report http://2parse.com/?tag=the-drudge-report
the new republic http://2parse.com/?tag=the-new-republic
the new york times http://2parse.com/?tag=the-new-york-times
torture http://2parse.com/?tag=torture
wall street http://2parse.com/?tag=wall-street
wall street journal http://2parse.com/?tag=wall-street-journal
washington post http://2parse.com/?tag=washington-post
a blog of human failure http://blog.emptybeanie.com/
baldwin park democrat http://baldwinparkdemocrat.blogspot.com/
blue girl, red state http://bluegirlredmissouri.blogspot.com/
daily kos http://dailykos.com
feministing http://feministing.com/
freedom democrats http://freedomdemocrats.org/
george f. will http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/author/george_will/
kiko’s house http://kikoshouse.blogspot.com/
lawrence lessig http://www.lessig.org/blog/
marc ambinder http://marcambinder.theatlantic.com/
orcinus http://dneiwert.blogspot.com/
robert reich http://robertreich.blogspot.com/
talking points memo http://talkingpointsmemo.com
the grand panjandrum http://thegrandestpanjandrum.blogspot.com/
the insatiable itch http://insatiable-itch.blogspot.com/
the personal is political http://thepersonalispolitical.tumblr.com/
violent acres http://www.violentacres.com/
alternet http://alternet.org/
salon http://www.salon.com/
slate magazine http://slate.com
the nation http://www.thenation.com/
the national review http://nationalreview.com/
the washington post opinion section http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/opinions/index.html
the weekly standard http://weeklystandard.com/
bbc’s from our correspondent http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/from_our_own_correspondent/default.stm
the council on foreign relations http://www.cfr.org/about/rss/podcast.html
the new yorker http://www.newyorker.com
wnyc’s radio lab http://www.wnyc.org/shows/radiolab/
wnyc’s the brian lehrer show http://www.wnyc.org/shows/bl/
october 2012 http://2parse.com/?m=201210
may 2011 http://2parse.com/?m=201105
april 2011 http://2parse.com/?m=201104
march 2011 http://2parse.com/?m=201103
november 2010 http://2parse.com/?m=201011
october 2010 http://2parse.com/?m=201010
september 2010 http://2parse.com/?m=201009
august 2010 http://2parse.com/?m=201008
july 2010 http://2parse.com/?m=201007
june 2010 http://2parse.com/?m=201006
may 2010 http://2parse.com/?m=201005
april 2010 http://2parse.com/?m=201004
march 2010 http://2parse.com/?m=201003
february 2010 http://2parse.com/?m=201002
january 2010 http://2parse.com/?m=201001
december 2009 http://2parse.com/?m=200912
november 2009 http://2parse.com/?m=200911
october 2009 http://2parse.com/?m=200910
september 2009 http://2parse.com/?m=200909
august 2009 http://2parse.com/?m=200908
july 2009 http://2parse.com/?m=200907
june 2009 http://2parse.com/?m=200906
may 2009 http://2parse.com/?m=200905
april 2009 http://2parse.com/?m=200904
march 2009 http://2parse.com/?m=200903
february 2009 http://2parse.com/?m=200902
january 2009 http://2parse.com/?m=200901
december 2008 http://2parse.com/?m=200812
november 2008 http://2parse.com/?m=200811
october 2008 http://2parse.com/?m=200810
september 2008 http://2parse.com/?m=200809
august 2008 http://2parse.com/?m=200808
july 2008 http://2parse.com/?m=200807
june 2008 http://2parse.com/?m=200806
may 2008 http://2parse.com/?m=200805
april 2008 http://2parse.com/?m=200804
march 2008 http://2parse.com/?m=200803
february 2008 http://2parse.com/?m=200802
january 2008 http://2parse.com/?m=200801
december 2007 http://2parse.com/?m=200712
november 2007 http://2parse.com/?m=200711
october 2007 http://2parse.com/?m=200710
september 2007 http://2parse.com/?m=200709
august 2007 http://2parse.com/?m=200708
1adremove http://2parse.com/?cat=2947
afghanistan http://2parse.com/?cat=2851
barack obama http://2parse.com/?cat=143
baseball http://2parse.com/?cat=24
brazil http://2parse.com/?cat=1923
catholicism http://2parse.com/?cat=49
china http://2parse.com/?cat=1311
colombia http://2parse.com/?cat=1387
conservativism http://2parse.com/?cat=959
criticism http://2parse.com/?cat=47
deficit http://2parse.com/?cat=2848
domestic issues http://2parse.com/?cat=27
economics http://2parse.com/?cat=544
election 2008 http://2parse.com/?cat=22
election 2012 http://2parse.com/?cat=953
energy independence http://2parse.com/?cat=1028
environmental issues http://2parse.com/?cat=35
excerpts from my journals http://2parse.com/?cat=51
financial crisis http://2parse.com/?cat=1032
fiscal crisis http://2parse.com/?cat=2849
foreign policy http://2parse.com/?cat=3
gay rights http://2parse.com/?cat=1960
gingrich http://2parse.com/?cat=958
giuliani http://2parse.com/?cat=29
great britain http://2parse.com/?cat=480
green energy http://2parse.com/?cat=1029
health care http://2parse.com/?cat=1023
history http://2parse.com/?cat=23
holy cross http://2parse.com/?cat=32
humor http://2parse.com/?cat=5
immigration http://2parse.com/?cat=2790
india http://2parse.com/?cat=1089
iran http://2parse.com/?cat=167
iraq http://2parse.com/?cat=28
israel http://2parse.com/?cat=82
jindal http://2parse.com/?cat=954
latin america http://2parse.com/?cat=1975
law http://2parse.com/?cat=36
liberalism http://2parse.com/?cat=41
libertarianism http://2parse.com/?cat=42
life http://2parse.com/?cat=26
mccain http://2parse.com/?cat=45
mexico http://2parse.com/?cat=1386
morality http://2parse.com/?cat=8
national security http://2parse.com/?cat=367
new york city http://2parse.com/?cat=40
obama http://2parse.com/?cat=6
pakistan http://2parse.com/?cat=37
palin http://2parse.com/?cat=955
political philosophy http://2parse.com/?cat=38
politics http://2parse.com/?cat=4
post 9/11 generation http://2parse.com/?cat=39
prose http://2parse.com/?cat=46
quotations http://2parse.com/?cat=847
reflections http://2parse.com/?cat=50
romney http://2parse.com/?cat=957
roundup http://2parse.com/?cat=25
russia http://2parse.com/?cat=642
scandal-mongering http://2parse.com/?cat=52
the bush legacy http://2parse.com/?cat=1285
the clintons http://2parse.com/?cat=43
the media http://2parse.com/?cat=66
the opinionsphere http://2parse.com/?cat=458
the war on terrorism http://2parse.com/?cat=9
the web and technology http://2parse.com/?cat=7
uncategorized http://2parse.com/?cat=1
videos http://2parse.com/?cat=44
war on drugs http://2parse.com/?cat=1493
wordpress http://wordpress.org/
entries (rss) http://2parse.com/?feed=rss2
comments (rss) http://2parse.com/?feed=comments-rss2
- http://www.quantcast.com/p-53jh3odazi1eu

Zdjęcia

Zdjęcia 12
Zdjęcia bez atrybutu ALT 11
Zdjęcia bez atrybutu TITLE 2
Korzystanie Obraz ALT i TITLE atrybutu dla każdego obrazu.

Zdjęcia bez atrybutu TITLE

http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4008/4486933937_b125a2db6b.jpg
http://pixel.quantserve.com/pixel/p-53jh3odazi1eu.gif

Zdjęcia bez atrybutu ALT

/images/okay-to-be-takei.jpg
http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5226/5680724572_d4696d593d.jpg
http://2parse.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/winklevoss-twins1.jpg
http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5144/5678699597_e48899b49d.jpg
/images/binladendeath.png
/images/att_deathstar.jpg
/images/at&t_net_neutrality.jpg
http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4008/4486933937_b125a2db6b.jpg
http://2parse.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/screen-shot-2011-04-20-at-12.43.42-am.jpg
http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5295/5446844432_4bedde8c0b.jpg
http://2parse.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/screen-shot-2011-04-18-at-12.08.00-am.jpg

Ranking:


Alexa Traffic
Daily Global Rank Trend
Daily Reach (Percent)









Majestic SEO











Text on page:

2parse home about contact quotations romney flip flips again, chooses biden as vp by joe campbell october 11th, 2012 as bill clinton said at the 2008 convention, “i love joe biden.” all night, biden hammered ryan with his words and gestures and ryan stuck to his talking points. while obama seemed withdrawn in the face of romney’s dazzling, primetime flip-flop to the center, biden was prepared for ryan to do the same and instead of retreating in incredulousness as this right-wing duo feigned outrage at their longstanding positions being accurately described, biden took turns chuckling and looking aghast. after that performance, i’m just waiting for mitt’s next opportunistic flip flop as he announces his new vp pick, joe biden. posted in barack obama, election 2012, humor, romney, the opinionsphere, videos | 14 comments » not all church signs are stupid by joe campbell may 21st, 2011 the progressive church down the block on me that i pass on my way home from work that made headlines for using their sign to take on glenn beck also apparently supports gay rights: i always think of this church’s signs as a rejoinder to those idiotic ones that usually make the rounds through email, reddit, and elsewhere. not all religious people are idiots. of course: line dancing? really? [image hastily snapped with my droid walking home.] tags: gay rights, george takei, wantagh, wantagh memorial congregational church posted in gay rights, politics | 12 comments » the winklevoss twins of getting bin laden by joe campbell may 11th, 2011 why are we listening to the bush administration officials anyway? they didn’t get bin laden. they’re like the winklevoss twins of getting bin laden. if you were the guys who were going to kill bin laden, you would have killed bin laden! –jon stewart on last night’s daily show. when bin laden was killed, many of my more right-wing friends were oddly silent. rather than the relief i and so many others felt, they seemed discomfited — not by the tactics or legality or potential consequences of the action, but by a cognitive dissonance as they tried to reconcile their visceral dislike of obama as anti-american and perhaps even sympathetic to terrorists and their approval of his actions. then rush limbaugh gave them the defense mechanism they needed — and suddenly it became glaringly obvious to them that obama was taking too much credit for the operation, that he had used first person pronouns way too much in the speech. (though the words of the speech don’t bear that out.) but worse than limbaugh’s attempts to insulate his audience from that uncomfortable feeling of challenging their preconceptions about obama are the former bush administration officials’ attempts to take credit for themselves, using this triumph of american military force and intelligence to justify their subversion of both. as outrageous as it sound, the contemporaneous record reflects that the bush administration prioritized saddam over bin laden shortly after 9/11 and was unwilling to provide the boots on the ground or even drones urgently requested by the cia and special forces tracking bin laden in the aftermath. the bush administration was unwilling to provide the pakistani army the air transport they claimed they needed to move troops to the border to secure it even as the bush administration relieved relied upon and trusted the pakistani army to secure their wild and lawless border to cut off bin laden’s escape. worse still, the “intelligence” provided by illegal, tortured confessions in contradiction of america’s long military and intelligence history were used to justify the bush administration’s belief that saddam and bin laden were working together on a wmd attack on america — and later, this same intelligence sources under torture, provided the basis for shutting down the team focused on finding bin laden, as they pretended he was a mere figurehead. (a logical bit of information to make up if you wanted an interrogation to end and you couldn’t give them the actionable intelligence to find bin laden they wanted.) it was this last bit of intelligence which the former bush administration officials claim credit for being used to find bin laden: al-libbi told interrogators that the courier would carry messages from bin laden to the outside world only every two months or so. “i realized that bin laden was not really running his organization. you can’t run an organization and have a courier who makes the rounds every two months,” rodriguez says. “so i became convinced then that this was a person who was just a figurehead and was not calling the shots, the tactical shots, of the organization. so that was significant.” and later that same year, the cia shut down its dedicated hunt for obl. obama, upon taking office, did not do anything incredible. what he did do was to apply some common sense that the panic-stricken and iraq-obsessed bush administration had missed — he re-focused the national security apparatus on destroying al qaeda and bin laden. that’s why drone attacks began to increase when he became president. that’s part of the reason why he surged troops into afghanistan. that’s why — as a candidate — obama promised that he would go into pakistan after bin laden even if the pakistanis did not sanction the operation. (this bit of common sense caused hillary clinton and john mccain to slam him for his position.) that’s why the bin laden operation was so carefully planned for, with every possible scenario gamed out — from scenarios where the special forces needed to fight their way out of pakistan to teams ready to interrogate him. there was certainly a great deal of luck involved — and if the bush administration had been presented with the same opportunity to get bin laden, i’m sure they would have taken it. but surely it is not a coincidence that the administration that had higher priorities than finding bin laden let him slip through their fingers several times while the administration that focused the mighty resources of the united states military and intelligence apparatus on al qaeda and bin laden found the opportunity that had failed to present itself for seven long years under bush’s leadership. leadership matters. it’s a little too late to take credit now. tags: andrew sullivan, cognitive dissonance, ibn al-shaykh al-libi, osama bin laden, rush limbaugh posted in barack obama, national security, the bush legacy, the opinionsphere, the war on terrorism | 3 comments » in response to those disturbed by celebrating on the death of bin laden by joe campbell may 3rd, 2011 i mourn the loss of thousands of precious lives, but i will not rejoice in the death of one, not even an enemy. returning hate for hate multiplies hate, adding deeper darkness to a night already devoid of stars. darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that. – martin luther king, jr. i started seeing this quote popping up in my facebook feed last night. in response, let me say 2 things: (1) it’s fake. martin luther king, jr., didn’t say that. it’s loosely based on this quote. (2) do you remember your first time watching the wizard of oz as a kid? that feeling of elation in the moments after the witch melted and the munchkins and everyone else began to sing, “ding dong, the witch is dead!”? whether rational or not, the figure of osama bin laden — and our inability to find him — has loomed over our consciousness since september 11. his survival despite america’s might directed against him, despite the abhorrence of his crimes, suggested impotence and an inability to control events and affect our own fate. the knowledge that not only did he survive, but he continued to plan to kill and terrorize — that at any moment, some decision of his which we had no way of affecting could wreck the lives of thousands, even our own — loomed over us. but on may 1, 2011, order was restored and the villain taken down. and that is a catharsis worthy of storybooks. voices urging restraint and caution at such moments of national catharsis are good and worthy. because moments of catharsis can be distorted — they can turn to ugly emotions. wisdom counsels that we “rejoice not when thine enemy falleth, and let not thine heart be glad when he is overthrown.”  it is unseemly to celebrate murder — and all too easy to demonize one’s enemies to justify resorting to violence. but as another wise man said,  “a foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds.” and it was martin luther king who said, “the arc of history is long but it bends towards justice” — and even as this prophet of non-violence may not have condoned it — in bin laden’s violent end by american hands, there was justice. an evil man who claimed theological justification and technological means to murder millions; who inspired, authorized and directed the killing of thousands; who wanted women confined to a second-class status; who directed the killings of the vast majority of muslims as unclean unbelievers — an evil man who murdered 3,000 souls on one fateful september morning — this sunday, he was removed from this world. and the world is better for it. and for that, we should all celebrate. [image by dan nguyen @ new york city licensed under creative commons.] tags: facebook, martin luther king, osama bin laden, september 11, the wizard of oz posted in barack obama, criticism, national security, politics, post 9/11 generation, the bush legacy, the opinionsphere, the war on terrorism | 1 comment » bloomberg: how to use immigration policy to save detroit by joe campbell may 2nd, 2011 three thoughts regarding this suggestion by mayor bloomberg on meet the press yesterday morning: 1) this is exactly the sort of sensible, pragmatic suggestion that bloomberg is known for — that is business-focused but would never get through any democratic or republican legislature because of the anti-immigrant backlash.  but it’s a good idea — and one grounded in the american tradition — as matt yglesias explained a year ago — similar to the homesteading policies that the u.s. used to encourage settlers to move west. which leads me to my next point. 2) when i heard bloomberg say this, i thought: “aha! i wonder if he reads matt yglesias too!” probably a silly thought — as bloomberg spends his days focused on urban policy. but when i first heard bloomberg say it, i had thought this was one of yglesias’s many excellent ideas — but as i read his original post, it was instead one of the many interesting ideas that yglesias brings to his audience from other sources. 3) bloomberg’s approach to government is so successful because it is pragmatic and businesslike. but this comment also reveals what he misses. he uses the rather obnoxious line that any business run as the government is would fail. of course! that’s part of why we have a government — to perform tasks that aren’t profitable but are still necessary. bloomberg explains how politicians fail to act like businessmen by focusing on “issues they can’t come together on.” for a company, it makes a lot of sense to steer your company away from any matter on which their isn’t agreement. but politics is precisely where these ideas are hashed out. of course, the tendency of some purists to insist on halting all action until the other side gives in needs to be balanced with the pragmatism that all successful businessmen and politicians have in common. tags: detroit, homesteading, matt yglesias, meet the press with david gregory, mike bloomberg, urban policy posted in criticism, domestic issues, immigration, politics, videos | 2 comments » at&t is asking us to trust them by joe campbell april 23rd, 2011 earlier this week, i noticed a bit of traffic hitting an old post of mine about at&t’s unlikely sponsorship of libertarian ideologues as they attempt to stop net neutrality. (unlikely given their history of constantly pleading for government intervention in their favor.) i followed the source to the at&t’s forum but could find no link leading back to my rather critical post about at&t. so, today, i decided to check on what had happened. i didn’t see any easy way to contact the people posting or the moderators, so i posted myself asking if anyone knew what had happened. tifa_shines “answered” my question by censoring my link as “spam.” her message to me justifying her censorship said: links to material that contains political discussion and/or promotion of third party websites are violating the guidelines and will be removed. and further that it is “inappropriate” and “unacceptable” to: discuss[…] participant bans or other moderator actions i replied thanking her for “answering” my question — and that post was subsequently deleted. in my 5 minutes as a member of at&t’s community forum, i discovered at least 2 rules: thou shalt not discuss the political activities at&t engages in rather than providing decent service. thou shalt not discuss when at&t censors you so as better to maintain the fiction of a ‘community’ forum. knowing that links at&t, for whatever their reason, did not approve of were labeled “not relevant” and “spam,” i went back to the original page that was the source of traffic and found the offending, censored post — attempting to put at&t’s bandwidth caps in the context of it’s efforts to fight net neutrality and their history of attacking every innovation from the hush-a-phone to the internet in their quest to create “the perfect system” without being distracted by that terrible thing called competition, and coincidentally, extracting the maximum profit from their customers. in the scheme of things, the injustice of this censorship is rather small. at&t is a private company and they can do whatever they want in a private forum that they run. even the westboro baptist church has rights. but at&t, by opposing net neutrality, is asking that we as a people trust them to not censor the internet. they are asking for permission to change the structure of the internet by violating one of it’s foundational principles — net neutrality. (a principle that at&t coincidentally opposed when government scientists were attempting to create the internet in the 1950s.) they are asking that we trust them to not make websites that disagree with them slower and making those they approve of faster. they are asking that we trust them as an isp to provide access to content that criticizes them. they are asking that we trust them not to quash the next disruptive technology that will use the internet in ways we haven’t yet thought of or that will be even better than the internet. their sordid history of pleading for special favors from the government to destroy any opponent or innovator (as detailed in many places, but most memorably and recently, in tim wu’s the master switch) — and their attempts to strangle the internet before it even existed — gives us little reason to trust them. their bankrolling of former libertarian economists and thinkers such as adam d. thierer (who before they sold out were vicious critics of at&t) to lie about net neutrality gives us little reason to trust them. at&t’s attempts to game the political system with a “slush fund” sponsoring what former vp and director of communications, dick martin, called “so-called ‘grassroots’ organizations all over the place, astroturfing the countryside” give us little reason to trust them. that various people at&t has sponsored (including grover norquist) have now joined up with right wing religious fanatics to oppose net neutrality on the grounds that it will prevent the censorship of “obscenity and other objectionable content,” is yet another reason not to trust at&t. to summarize, at&t is making the argument that they should be trusted as a steward of the internet and that the government should not allowed to protect one of the foundational principles of the internet that has made it a libertarian utopia of competition and free markets in the name of…libertarianism. yet it’s history and current incarnation betray a culture of censorship and anti-competitive behavior that extends down to an orwellian policing of it’s ‘community’ forum — labeling links it disagrees with as “spam” and forbidding any discussion of it’s own censorship. if it succeeds in overturning net neutrality, how much longer will it be before any website criticizing them is labeled as spam — just as a link to my blogpost criticizing them was? and how long before any attempt to discuss such labeling will be forbidden as against the user agreement you accept by getting your internet through at&t? mad? want to do something? take a moment and email your congressperson today to tell them how important net neutrality is to you. tags: adam thierer, at&t, at&t censorship, at&t community forum, censorship, dick martin, grover norquist, net neutrality, the master switch, tifa_shines, tim wu posted in criticism, domestic issues, libertarianism, political philosophy, the opinionsphere, the web and technology | 12 comments » capitalism in practice by joe campbell april 19th, 2011 i’ve started tim wu’s the master switch, a history of information industries in america; and having read ayn rand’s fictional atlas shrugged earlier this year — i wonder what rand would make of this history of industrial warfare. one of the motifs of wu’s history is a theme of rand’s novel — the extreme lengths the rich and powerful will go to in order to quash a disruptive technology. in the novel, it was rearden steel — a metal stronger, cheaper, and better in every way than ordinary steel; in wu’s history, it is every technological innovation from the phone to fm radio to television to the internet. in both history and the novel, the established industry used corrupt scientific experts, intimidation of suppliers, government regulation, and the blocking of financing to prevent the disruptive technology from taking off. rand’s novel though divides the everyone into two categories: the productive who are proud, competitive, inventive individuals who make everything of worth; and the looters who are unproductive and seek to leach off of the productive using the government, religion, and pity. wu’s history reveals a rather different story. there is no figure in history to match the strong, creative, independent, self-made industrial magnate dagny taggart. there are few who resemble her brother, the weak, dependent, self-loathing james taggart who adds nothing of worth to the business except to plead with the government to stop his competitors because their superiority is unfair, only rarely do the inventors become rich. more often, they are outmaneuvered by corporate titans who use every means at their disposal to win. when edwin armstrong invented fm radio in 1934, he had pioneered a technology that allowed for better sound quality and that could fit more stations in the same radio spectrum with less interference. david sarnoff, a major figure in the am radio industry, was able to prevent fm radio from gaining wide acceptance until the 1970s through a combination of public propaganda, lobbying to change obscure rules relating to radio spectrum usage, and control over the manufacturing of radio players. david sarnoff managed a vast business empire; he was at the cutting edge of innovations in radio and television. he won not because he was weak and unproductive (as rand’s villains are) — but because he was ruthless. rand’s many fans aren’t typically the creative inventors. they are the very businessmen who see moral justification for their wealth in her philosophy. but they, like the businessmen in wu’s history, are distinguished not for their purity of motive or love of competition, but their willingness to use any means at their disposal to achieve the corporate empire they seek. unlike the fictional heroes of rand’s novel, they do not seek competition. they seek a final victory and end to the competition. in the theories of rand and many of her acolytes, capitalism is about competition. in practice, capitalism has about brute strength and force used in restraint of competition. [image by ron schott licensed under creative commons.] tags: at&t, atlas shrugged, ayn rand, dagny taggert, disruptive technology, edwin armstrong, fm radio, hank rearden, hollywood, the master switch, tim wu posted in criticism, domestic issues, economics, law, libertarianism, political philosophy, politics, the web and technology | 2 comments » paul ryan’s america by joe campbell april 18th, 2011 paul ryan launched an attack on barack obama’s deficit speech last week — calling it “excessively partisan.” which is interesting considering his own approach to the budget deficit which he called “an existential threat to all we hold dear”: balance the budget without offending a single republican. over a year ago, i described the conundrum republicans faced as the deficit they were fuming against was largely a result of policies that benefited their own constituencies. those over 55 who were the only demographic group to vote republican (even in the democratic wave years of 2006 and 2008) benefited the most from the trillion dollars spend on medicare and social security. our military spending nearly matched the rest of the world’s combined — and if you include other national security spending — totaling another trillion. and then there were the various tax incentives and loopholes for big corporations adding up to another few hundred billion dollars. further, republicans were committed to not raising taxes on anyone — especially the richest. paul ryan was faced with the unenviable task of squaring this circle. in an effort that nearly everyone described as “serious,” ryan managed to put forth a plan with no prospect of passing at all — and one that managed to place the entire burden of balancing the budget on the backs of democratic constituencies. the military was left alone. the base of the republican party and driver of most of the debt — the elderly — was left alone. corporations were rewarded with a lower tax rate with some vague talk of eliminating their enormous tax subsidies. though ryan kept saying the pain of balancing the budget would be shared by everyone — his plan was really about cutting off support for those left behind in our society. the rich and elderly were rewarded — even as they accumulate more and more of the nation’s wealth; the middle class were mainly left alone; and the young and the poor were cut off. that doesn’t sound like the path to a dynamic and prosperous society to me. paul ryan’s future is one where my generation must be prepared to support our parents as they become the test subjects in the biggest social experiment in history: as medicare becomes a voucher program growing at much lower than the rate of health care inflation, in the hopes that this will slow it down. meanwhile, my generation must be saving more than any generation in history as we prepare to pay for our own medical costs. ryan’s plan is many things:  if taken seriously, it is an attack on all non-republican constituencies. if implemented, it would be a grand ideological experiment that barely considers the lives of those it would affect which republicans would normally call “social engineering.” but most of all, the ryan plan is (as slate‘s john dickerson said in friday’s political gabfest), a “bold negotiating position.” [photo courtesy of gage skidmore licensed under creative commons.] tags: barack obama, medicaid, medicare, paul ryan, social security posted in barack obama, domestic issues, fiscal crisis, politics, the opinionsphere | 25 comments » the little trumpet player by joe campbell april 10th, 2011 this short film was directed by one of my brothers (ryan campbell), starring my little brother (michael campbell), and featuring another brother (sean campbell in 2 small roles). in reference to the constant and never quite suppressed smirks in the star’s performance — and his role in his school play — sean sniped: “you’re the second-lead munchkin! you’re supposed to be better than that!” ah…family. tags: chris ayers, michael campbell, ryan campbell, sean campbell, the little trumpet player posted in videos | 3 comments » campbell’s law by joe campbell march 30th, 2011 andrew sullivan and ezra klein both posted today about campbell’s law, citing an article by dana goldstein in the daily beast about corruption in schools under michelle rhee’s chancellorship in washington, d.c.: in the social sciences, there is an oft-repeated maxim called campbell’s law, named after donald campbell, a psychologist who studied human creativity. campbell’s law states that incentives corrupt. in other words, the more punishments and rewards—such as merit pay—are associated with the results of any given test, the more likely it is that the test’s results will be rendered meaningless, either through outright cheating or through teaching to the test in a way that narrows the curriculum and renders real learning obsolete. i can think of cooler things that might be called campbell’s law — but such as it is, it goes a long way to explaining the flaw in capitalism without enough regulation. organizing an economy around the pursuit of currency is efficient but not in the way it was intended — as any shortcut or corruption is utilized, as every possible cost is externalized. it also goes a helps explain — but not as completely — how government tax incentives subsidizing gasoline, corn, middle class mortgages, student loans, and health care costs has led to escalating demand for these resources — seemingly distorting the market more than a direct intervention would. there seems to be something about tax incentives that distorts markets more than direct interventions. (a topic that seems up matt yglesias‘s alley to explore.) on a related note, when taxpayers demand their receipt for government services– it should reflect not only disbursements, but the cost of tax benefits and loopholes. tags: andrew sullivan, campbell's law, corruption, dana goldstein, ezra klein, taxpayer receipt, the daily beast posted in criticism, domestic issues | 89 comments » « older entries subscribe to 2parse's rss feed. or subscribe to 2parse by email daily reading abm4lifematt yglesias ezra klein andrew sullivan the new york times drudge report real clear politics the daily beast's cheat sheet real clear politics washington post wall street journal huffington post talking points memo david rothkopf laura rozen stephen walt glenn greenwald kevin drum jwcampbe resources larger version (link now works.) tagsal qaeda andrew sullivan bill clinton charles krauthammer council on foreign relations david brooks dick cheney ezra klein facebook financial times foreign policy george w. bush george will glenn greenwald hillary clinton iran jonathan chait jon stewart marc ambinder marijuana matt yglesias meet the press national review net neutrality newsweek new yorker new york times paul krugman ronald reagan rule of law rush limbaugh salon sarah palin september 11 slate stimulus the atlantic the corner the drudge report the new republic the new york times torture wall street wall street journal washington post blogroll a blog of human failure baldwin park democrat blue girl, red state daily kos feministing freedom democrats george f. will kiko’s house lawrence lessig marc ambinder orcinus robert reich talking points memo the grand panjandrum the insatiable itch the personal is political violent acres opinions alternet salon slate magazine the nation the national review the washington post opinion section the weekly standard podcasts bbc’s from our correspondent the council on foreign relations the new yorker wnyc’s radio lab wnyc’s the brian lehrer show archives october 2012 may 2011 april 2011 march 2011 november 2010 october 2010 september 2010 august 2010 july 2010 june 2010 may 2010 april 2010 march 2010 february 2010 january 2010 december 2009 november 2009 october 2009 september 2009 august 2009 july 2009 june 2009 may 2009 april 2009 march 2009 february 2009 january 2009 december 2008 november 2008 october 2008 september 2008 august 2008 july 2008 june 2008 may 2008 april 2008 march 2008 february 2008 january 2008 december 2007 november 2007 october 2007 september 2007 august 2007 categories 1adremove afghanistan barack obama baseball brazil catholicism china colombia conservativism criticism deficit domestic issues economics election 2008 election 2012 energy independence environmental issues excerpts from my journals financial crisis fiscal crisis foreign policy gay rights gingrich giuliani great britain green energy health care history holy cross humor immigration india iran iraq israel jindal latin america law liberalism libertarianism life mccain mexico morality national security new york city obama pakistan palin political philosophy politics post 9/11 generation prose quotations reflections romney roundup russia scandal-mongering the bush legacy the clintons the media the opinionsphere the war on terrorism the web and technology uncategorized videos war on drugs 2parse is proudly powered by wordpress entries (rss) and comments (rss).


Here you find all texts from your page as Google (googlebot) and others search engines seen it.

Words density analysis:

Numbers of all words: 4763

One word

Two words phrases

Three words phrases

the - 8.02% (382)
and - 2.92% (139)
that - 1.66% (79)
for - 1.3% (62)
his - 1.24% (59)
her - 1.22% (58)
— - 1.13% (54)
not - 0.86% (41)
all - 0.86% (41)
was - 0.84% (40)
are - 0.8% (38)
they - 0.67% (32)
our - 0.65% (31)
bin - 0.63% (30)
one - 0.61% (29)
any - 0.59% (28)
their - 0.59% (28)
but - 0.55% (26)
out - 0.55% (26)
laden - 0.55% (26)
king - 0.55% (26)
red - 0.52% (25)
use - 0.52% (25)
can - 0.52% (25)
post - 0.52% (25)
this - 0.5% (24)
over - 0.5% (24)
campbell - 0.48% (23)
man - 0.48% (23)
at&t - 0.46% (22)
net - 0.46% (22)
with - 0.44% (21)
end - 0.42% (20)
who - 0.4% (19)
cia - 0.4% (19)
were - 0.38% (18)
them - 0.38% (18)
even - 0.36% (17)
you - 0.36% (17)
act - 0.36% (17)
history - 0.36% (17)
from - 0.34% (16)
thou - 0.34% (16)
other - 0.34% (16)
will - 0.31% (15)
2008 - 0.31% (15)
ryan - 0.29% (14)
led - 0.29% (14)
own - 0.29% (14)
very - 0.29% (14)
obama - 0.29% (14)
bush - 0.29% (14)
2011 - 0.27% (13)
way - 0.27% (13)
than - 0.27% (13)
tim - 0.27% (13)
off - 0.27% (13)
see - 0.27% (13)
every - 0.27% (13)
comment - 0.25% (12)
war - 0.25% (12)
just - 0.25% (12)
would - 0.25% (12)
joe - 0.25% (12)
nation - 0.25% (12)
government - 0.25% (12)
used - 0.25% (12)
2009 - 0.25% (12)
law - 0.25% (12)
get - 0.25% (12)
posted - 0.25% (12)
lie - 0.23% (11)
may - 0.23% (11)
administration - 0.23% (11)
rand - 0.23% (11)
internet - 0.23% (11)
about - 0.23% (11)
trust - 0.23% (11)
new - 0.23% (11)
2010 - 0.23% (11)
thing - 0.23% (11)
more - 0.23% (11)
censor - 0.23% (11)
radio - 0.21% (10)
like - 0.21% (10)
had - 0.21% (10)
america - 0.21% (10)
comments - 0.21% (10)
did - 0.21% (10)
when - 0.21% (10)
neutrality - 0.21% (10)
call - 0.21% (10)
public - 0.21% (10)
tax - 0.19% (9)
republic - 0.19% (9)
arc - 0.19% (9)
business - 0.19% (9)
bloomberg - 0.19% (9)
politics - 0.19% (9)
late - 0.19% (9)
tags: - 0.19% (9)
has - 0.19% (9)
it’s - 0.19% (9)
right - 0.19% (9)
issues - 0.17% (8)
april - 0.17% (8)
national - 0.17% (8)
september - 0.17% (8)
though - 0.17% (8)
into - 0.17% (8)
many - 0.17% (8)
what - 0.17% (8)
able - 0.17% (8)
censors - 0.17% (8)
old - 0.17% (8)
take - 0.17% (8)
have - 0.17% (8)
technology - 0.17% (8)
political - 0.17% (8)
tell - 0.17% (8)
how - 0.17% (8)
little - 0.17% (8)
republican - 0.17% (8)
matt - 0.17% (8)
yglesias - 0.17% (8)
attempt - 0.17% (8)
opinion - 0.17% (8)
link - 0.15% (7)
intelligence - 0.15% (7)
barack - 0.15% (7)
source - 0.15% (7)
censorship - 0.15% (7)
libertarian - 0.15% (7)
hate - 0.15% (7)
direct - 0.15% (7)
fit - 0.15% (7)
long - 0.15% (7)
york - 0.15% (7)
real - 0.15% (7)
make - 0.15% (7)
through - 0.15% (7)
care - 0.15% (7)
rate - 0.15% (7)
itch - 0.15% (7)
opinions - 0.15% (7)
marc - 0.15% (7)
which - 0.15% (7)
let - 0.15% (7)
competition - 0.15% (7)
want - 0.15% (7)
there - 0.15% (7)
give - 0.15% (7)
time - 0.15% (7)
asking - 0.15% (7)
security - 0.15% (7)
only - 0.15% (7)
find - 0.13% (6)
called - 0.13% (6)
october - 0.13% (6)
discuss - 0.13% (6)
year - 0.13% (6)
witch - 0.13% (6)
plan - 0.13% (6)
say - 0.13% (6)
because - 0.13% (6)
martin - 0.13% (6)
better - 0.13% (6)
biden - 0.13% (6)
read - 0.13% (6)
forum - 0.13% (6)
criticism - 0.13% (6)
side - 0.13% (6)
domestic - 0.13% (6)
pakistan - 0.13% (6)
reason - 0.13% (6)
part - 0.13% (6)
common - 0.13% (6)
some - 0.13% (6)
under - 0.13% (6)
rand’s - 0.13% (6)
rest - 0.13% (6)
now - 0.13% (6)
daily - 0.13% (6)
paul - 0.13% (6)
too - 0.13% (6)
kill - 0.13% (6)
face - 0.13% (6)
why - 0.13% (6)
web - 0.13% (6)
opinionsphere - 0.13% (6)
those - 0.13% (6)
rather - 0.13% (6)
after - 0.13% (6)
obama, - 0.13% (6)
wu’s - 0.13% (6)
down - 0.13% (6)
sullivan - 0.1% (5)
thought - 0.1% (5)
church - 0.1% (5)
david - 0.1% (5)
him - 0.1% (5)
action - 0.1% (5)
social - 0.1% (5)
attack - 0.1% (5)
laden, - 0.1% (5)
such - 0.1% (5)
home - 0.1% (5)
times - 0.1% (5)
same - 0.1% (5)
march - 0.1% (5)
another - 0.1% (5)
generation - 0.1% (5)
democrat - 0.1% (5)
press - 0.1% (5)
line - 0.1% (5)
lab - 0.1% (5)
policy - 0.1% (5)
latin - 0.1% (5)
campbell’s - 0.1% (5)
criticism, - 0.1% (5)
rights - 0.1% (5)
creative - 0.1% (5)
andrew - 0.1% (5)
sources - 0.1% (5)
2007 - 0.1% (5)
at&t’s - 0.1% (5)
“i - 0.1% (5)
focused - 0.1% (5)
logical - 0.1% (5)
move - 0.1% (5)
wing - 0.1% (5)
said - 0.1% (5)
provide - 0.1% (5)
moment - 0.1% (5)
clinton - 0.1% (5)
figure - 0.1% (5)
military - 0.1% (5)
novel - 0.1% (5)
rich - 0.1% (5)
corrupt - 0.1% (5)
cut - 0.1% (5)
less - 0.1% (5)
that’s - 0.1% (5)
productive - 0.08% (4)
should - 0.08% (4)
klein - 0.08% (4)
before - 0.08% (4)
things - 0.08% (4)
master - 0.08% (4)
libertarianism - 0.08% (4)
philosophy - 0.08% (4)
most - 0.08% (4)
quest - 0.08% (4)
turn - 0.08% (4)
cost - 0.08% (4)
order - 0.08% (4)
ezra - 0.08% (4)
could - 0.08% (4)
explain - 0.08% (4)
disruptive - 0.08% (4)
them. - 0.08% (4)
budget - 0.08% (4)
washington - 0.08% (4)
directed - 0.08% (4)
deficit - 0.08% (4)
memo - 0.08% (4)
foreign - 0.08% (4)
dan - 0.08% (4)
dick - 0.08% (4)
issues, - 0.08% (4)
pay - 0.08% (4)
seek - 0.08% (4)
incentives - 0.08% (4)
businessmen - 0.08% (4)
worth - 0.08% (4)
come - 0.08% (4)
left - 0.08% (4)
capitalism - 0.08% (4)
talk - 0.08% (4)
idea - 0.08% (4)
back - 0.08% (4)
test - 0.08% (4)
spend - 0.08% (4)
fail - 0.08% (4)
competition. - 0.08% (4)
community - 0.08% (4)
law, - 0.08% (4)
week - 0.08% (4)
play - 0.08% (4)
campbell, - 0.08% (4)
spam - 0.08% (4)
august - 0.08% (4)
politics, - 0.08% (4)
november - 0.08% (4)
at&t, - 0.08% (4)
brother - 0.08% (4)
2parse - 0.08% (4)
george - 0.08% (4)
run - 0.08% (4)
force - 0.08% (4)
2012 - 0.08% (4)
using - 0.08% (4)
justify - 0.08% (4)
everyone - 0.08% (4)
organization - 0.08% (4)
sign - 0.08% (4)
gay - 0.08% (4)
american - 0.08% (4)
special - 0.08% (4)
last - 0.08% (4)
night - 0.08% (4)
world - 0.08% (4)
found - 0.08% (4)
people - 0.08% (4)
videos - 0.08% (4)
bit - 0.08% (4)
limbaugh - 0.08% (4)
luther - 0.08% (4)
former - 0.08% (4)
attempts - 0.08% (4)
where - 0.08% (4)
credit - 0.08% (4)
romney - 0.08% (4)
person - 0.08% (4)
your - 0.08% (4)
opinionsphere, - 0.08% (4)
much - 0.08% (4)
flip - 0.08% (4)
[image - 0.06% (3)
gage - 0.06% (3)
market - 0.06% (3)
sense - 0.06% (3)
wanted - 0.06% (3)
innovation - 0.06% (3)
qaeda - 0.06% (3)
prepare - 0.06% (3)
is, - 0.06% (3)
fiction - 0.06% (3)
gives - 0.06% (3)
player - 0.06% (3)
without - 0.06% (3)
claim - 0.06% (3)
sean - 0.06% (3)
two - 0.06% (3)
its - 0.06% (3)
corruption - 0.06% (3)
likely - 0.06% (3)
intervention - 0.06% (3)
made - 0.06% (3)
“so - 0.06% (3)
work - 0.06% (3)
health - 0.06% (3)
short - 0.06% (3)
leading - 0.06% (3)
also - 0.06% (3)
think - 0.06% (3)
links - 0.06% (3)
really - 0.06% (3)
beast - 0.06% (3)
rounds - 0.06% (3)
switch, - 0.06% (3)
yet - 0.06% (3)
neutrality, - 0.06% (3)
needed - 0.06% (3)
today - 0.06% (3)
9/11 - 0.06% (3)
“an - 0.06% (3)
ryan’s - 0.06% (3)
then - 0.06% (3)
rush - 0.06% (3)
unlike - 0.06% (3)
novel, - 0.06% (3)
won - 0.06% (3)
accept - 0.06% (3)
both - 0.06% (3)
managed - 0.06% (3)
speech - 0.06% (3)
became - 0.06% (3)
taking - 0.06% (3)
first - 0.06% (3)
plead - 0.06% (3)
sound - 0.06% (3)
become - 0.06% (3)
email - 0.06% (3)
ground - 0.06% (3)
internet. - 0.06% (3)
(as - 0.06% (3)
class - 0.06% (3)
principle - 0.06% (3)
support - 0.06% (3)
isp - 0.06% (3)
getting - 0.06% (3)
lower - 0.06% (3)
base - 0.06% (3)
officials - 0.06% (3)
place - 0.06% (3)
described - 0.06% (3)
didn’t - 0.06% (3)
laden. - 0.06% (3)
medicare - 0.06% (3)
pakistani - 0.06% (3)
prevent - 0.06% (3)
constituencies. - 0.06% (3)
result - 0.06% (3)
republicans - 0.06% (3)
website - 0.06% (3)
operation - 0.06% (3)
glenn - 0.06% (3)
blog - 0.06% (3)
next - 0.06% (3)
drive - 0.06% (3)
meet - 0.06% (3)
june - 0.06% (3)
that. - 0.06% (3)
february - 0.06% (3)
– - 0.06% (3)
democratic - 0.06% (3)
july - 0.06% (3)
january - 0.06% (3)
jon - 0.06% (3)
resources - 0.06% (3)
murder - 0.06% (3)
bill - 0.06% (3)
king, - 0.06% (3)
rule - 0.06% (3)
love - 0.06% (3)
catharsis - 0.06% (3)
torture - 0.06% (3)
state - 0.06% (3)
licensed - 0.06% (3)
thousands - 0.06% (3)
commons.] - 0.06% (3)
darkness - 0.06% (3)
being - 0.06% (3)
terrorism - 0.06% (3)
words - 0.06% (3)
while - 0.06% (3)
slate - 0.06% (3)
immigration - 0.06% (3)
means - 0.06% (3)
osama - 0.06% (3)
talking - 0.06% (3)
drum - 0.06% (3)
december - 0.06% (3)
affect - 0.06% (3)
points - 0.06% (3)
rss - 0.06% (3)
might - 0.06% (3)
perform - 0.06% (3)
facebook - 0.06% (3)
company - 0.06% (3)
lives - 0.06% (3)
election - 0.06% (3)
wall - 0.06% (3)
street - 0.06% (3)
journal - 0.06% (3)
against - 0.06% (3)
green - 0.06% (3)
taken - 0.06% (3)
legacy - 0.06% (3)
crisis - 0.06% (3)
ideas - 0.06% (3)
it, - 0.06% (3)
moments - 0.06% (3)
reflect - 0.06% (3)
elation - 0.06% (3)
benefited - 0.04% (2)
show - 0.04% (2)
major - 0.04% (2)
killed - 0.04% (2)
wnyc’s - 0.04% (2)
spectrum - 0.04% (2)
spending - 0.04% (2)
nearly - 0.04% (2)
trillion - 0.04% (2)
dollars - 0.04% (2)
contact - 0.04% (2)
stewart - 0.04% (2)
life - 0.04% (2)
seemed - 0.04% (2)
prepared - 0.04% (2)
moral - 0.04% (2)
offending - 0.04% (2)
quotations - 0.04% (2)
dissonance - 0.04% (2)
weak - 0.04% (2)
empire - 0.04% (2)
energy - 0.04% (2)
economics - 0.04% (2)
11th, - 0.04% (2)
afghanistan - 0.04% (2)
hank - 0.04% (2)
categories - 0.04% (2)
right-wing - 0.04% (2)
cognitive - 0.04% (2)
faced - 0.04% (2)
others - 0.04% (2)
edge - 0.04% (2)
cutting - 0.04% (2)
balance - 0.04% (2)
humor - 0.04% (2)
wealth - 0.04% (2)
sarnoff - 0.04% (2)
iraq - 0.04% (2)
rules - 0.04% (2)
instead - 0.04% (2)
seems - 0.04% (2)
loopholes - 0.04% (2)
clear - 0.04% (2)
small - 0.04% (2)
constant - 0.04% (2)
performance - 0.04% (2)
role - 0.04% (2)
school - 0.04% (2)
version - 0.04% (2)
greenwald - 0.04% (2)
biden. - 0.04% (2)
you’re - 0.04% (2)
michael - 0.04% (2)
ones - 0.04% (2)
edwin - 0.04% (2)
cheat - 0.04% (2)
goldstein - 0.04% (2)
report - 0.04% (2)
campbell), - 0.04% (2)
goes - 0.04% (2)
receipt - 0.04% (2)
demand - 0.04% (2)
signs - 0.04% (2)
costs - 0.04% (2)
block - 0.04% (2)
pass - 0.04% (2)
dana - 0.04% (2)
maxim - 0.04% (2)
taxpayer - 0.04% (2)
entries - 0.04% (2)
subscribe - 0.04% (2)
drudge - 0.04% (2)
results - 0.04% (2)
human - 0.04% (2)
religious - 0.04% (2)
council - 0.04% (2)
big - 0.04% (2)
rewarded - 0.04% (2)
society - 0.04% (2)
path - 0.04% (2)
i’m - 0.04% (2)
middle - 0.04% (2)
twins - 0.04% (2)
something - 0.04% (2)
elderly - 0.04% (2)
winklevoss - 0.04% (2)
outrage - 0.04% (2)
alone. - 0.04% (2)
balancing - 0.04% (2)
effort - 0.04% (2)
task - 0.04% (2)
corporations - 0.04% (2)
me. - 0.04% (2)
must - 0.04% (2)
flop - 0.04% (2)
rights, - 0.04% (2)
relations - 0.04% (2)
trumpet - 0.04% (2)
financial - 0.04% (2)
iran - 0.04% (2)
fiscal - 0.04% (2)
grand - 0.04% (2)
ambinder - 0.04% (2)
wantagh - 0.04% (2)
review - 0.04% (2)
yorker - 0.04% (2)
slow - 0.04% (2)
salon - 0.04% (2)
palin - 0.04% (2)
experiment - 0.04% (2)
armstrong - 0.04% (2)
else - 0.04% (2)
disposal - 0.04% (2)
opportunity - 0.04% (2)
scenario - 0.04% (2)
fight - 0.04% (2)
ready - 0.04% (2)
politicians - 0.04% (2)
still - 0.04% (2)
aren’t - 0.04% (2)
great - 0.04% (2)
reveals - 0.04% (2)
successful - 0.04% (2)
approach - 0.04% (2)
matter - 0.04% (2)
sure - 0.04% (2)
interesting - 0.04% (2)
original - 0.04% (2)
urban - 0.04% (2)
it. - 0.04% (2)
wonder - 0.04% (2)
heard - 0.04% (2)
policies - 0.04% (2)
homesteading - 0.04% (2)
on.” - 0.04% (2)
these - 0.04% (2)
states - 0.04% (2)
later - 0.04% (2)
at&t. - 0.04% (2)
makes - 0.04% (2)
figurehead - 0.04% (2)
pleading - 0.04% (2)
given - 0.04% (2)
neutrality. - 0.04% (2)
calling - 0.04% (2)
stop - 0.04% (2)
shots, - 0.04% (2)
unlikely - 0.04% (2)
out. - 0.04% (2)
traffic - 0.04% (2)
earlier - 0.04% (2)
apparatus - 0.04% (2)
drone - 0.04% (2)
began - 0.04% (2)
hillary - 0.04% (2)
john - 0.04% (2)
mccain - 0.04% (2)
until - 0.04% (2)
possible - 0.04% (2)
ago - 0.04% (2)
present - 0.04% (2)
anyone - 0.04% (2)
restraint - 0.04% (2)
“the - 0.04% (2)
said, - 0.04% (2)
easy - 0.04% (2)
celebrate - 0.04% (2)
enemy - 0.04% (2)
thine - 0.04% (2)
jr. - 0.04% (2)
good - 0.04% (2)
started - 0.04% (2)
worthy - 0.04% (2)
evil - 0.04% (2)
down. - 0.04% (2)
villain - 0.04% (2)
quote - 0.04% (2)
feed - 0.04% (2)
things: - 0.04% (2)
control - 0.04% (2)
wizard - 0.04% (2)
despite - 0.04% (2)
loomed - 0.04% (2)
inability - 0.04% (2)
violent - 0.04% (2)
justification - 0.04% (2)
years - 0.04% (2)
response - 0.04% (2)
never - 0.04% (2)
pragmatic - 0.04% (2)
sort - 0.04% (2)
leadership - 0.04% (2)
sullivan, - 0.04% (2)
suggestion - 0.04% (2)
detroit - 0.04% (2)
security, - 0.04% (2)
legacy, - 0.04% (2)
death - 0.04% (2)
technological - 0.04% (2)
3rd, - 0.04% (2)
11, - 0.04% (2)
city - 0.04% (2)
rejoice - 0.04% (2)
adding - 0.04% (2)
removed - 0.04% (2)
morning - 0.04% (2)
cannot - 0.04% (2)
vast - 0.04% (2)
killing - 0.04% (2)
happened. - 0.04% (2)
tifa_shines - 0.04% (2)
corporate - 0.04% (2)
free - 0.04% (2)
philosophy, - 0.04% (2)
libertarianism, - 0.04% (2)
censorship, - 0.04% (2)
unwilling - 0.04% (2)
agreement - 0.04% (2)
criticizing - 0.04% (2)
labeling - 0.04% (2)
name - 0.04% (2)
markets - 0.04% (2)
allowed - 0.04% (2)
practice - 0.04% (2)
oppose - 0.04% (2)
forces - 0.04% (2)
army - 0.04% (2)
grover - 0.04% (2)
various - 0.04% (2)
martin, - 0.04% (2)
air - 0.04% (2)
system - 0.04% (2)
game - 0.04% (2)
claimed - 0.04% (2)
saddam - 0.04% (2)
ayn - 0.04% (2)
adam - 0.04% (2)
off. - 0.04% (2)
inventors - 0.04% (2)
taggart - 0.04% (2)
dependent, - 0.04% (2)
few - 0.04% (2)
dagny - 0.04% (2)
strong, - 0.04% (2)
match - 0.04% (2)
unproductive - 0.04% (2)
worse - 0.04% (2)
industry - 0.04% (2)
fictional - 0.04% (2)
television - 0.04% (2)
audience - 0.04% (2)
phone - 0.04% (2)
history, - 0.04% (2)
steel - 0.04% (2)
rearden - 0.04% (2)
feeling - 0.04% (2)
industrial - 0.04% (2)
shrugged - 0.04% (2)
atlas - 0.04% (2)
thierer - 0.04% (2)
troops - 0.04% (2)
question - 0.04% (2)
months - 0.04% (2)
put - 0.04% (2)
attempting - 0.04% (2)
labeled - 0.04% (2)
approve - 0.04% (2)
whatever - 0.04% (2)
‘community’ - 0.04% (2)
courier - 0.04% (2)
shalt - 0.04% (2)
forum, - 0.04% (2)
member - 0.04% (2)
create - 0.04% (2)
actions - 0.04% (2)
moderator - 0.04% (2)
further - 0.04% (2)
violating - 0.04% (2)
websites - 0.04% (2)
party - 0.04% (2)
discussion - 0.04% (2)
organization. - 0.04% (2)
message - 0.04% (2)
can’t - 0.04% (2)
information - 0.04% (2)
mere - 0.04% (2)
border - 0.04% (2)
content - 0.04% (2)
secure - 0.04% (2)
upon - 0.04% (2)
trusted - 0.04% (2)
destroy - 0.04% (2)
ways - 0.04% (2)
laden’s - 0.04% (2)
provided - 0.04% (2)
quash - 0.04% (2)
america’s - 0.04% (2)
making - 0.04% (2)
finding - 0.04% (2)
disagree - 0.04% (2)
coincidentally - 0.04% (2)
principles - 0.04% (2)
foundational - 0.04% (2)
change - 0.04% (2)
together - 0.04% (2)
team - 0.04% (2)
private - 0.04% (2)
profit - 0.04% (2)
competition, - 0.04% (2)
(rss) - 0.04% (2)
bin laden - 0.55% (26)
in the - 0.5% (24)
of the - 0.38% (18)
to the - 0.31% (15)
and the - 0.27% (13)
— and - 0.25% (12)
by joe - 0.21% (10)
net neutrality - 0.21% (10)
joe campbell - 0.21% (10)
the internet - 0.21% (10)
posted in - 0.21% (10)
comments » - 0.19% (9)
the bush - 0.19% (9)
as the - 0.19% (9)
bush administration - 0.19% (9)
that the - 0.19% (9)
trust them - 0.17% (8)
new york - 0.15% (7)
on the - 0.15% (7)
domestic issues - 0.13% (6)
he was - 0.13% (6)
matt yglesias - 0.13% (6)
the opinionsphere - 0.13% (6)
one of - 0.13% (6)
that i - 0.13% (6)
they are - 0.13% (6)
it was - 0.1% (5)
andrew sullivan - 0.1% (5)
campbell’s law - 0.1% (5)
as they - 0.1% (5)
the government - 0.1% (5)
from the - 0.1% (5)
barack obama, - 0.1% (5)
bin laden, - 0.1% (5)
with the - 0.1% (5)
that we - 0.1% (5)
history of - 0.1% (5)
to trust - 0.1% (5)
— as - 0.08% (4)
wu’s history - 0.08% (4)
are asking - 0.08% (4)
— but - 0.08% (4)
war on - 0.08% (4)
fm radio - 0.08% (4)
luther king - 0.08% (4)
like the - 0.08% (4)
ezra klein - 0.08% (4)
bit of - 0.08% (4)
in his - 0.08% (4)
martin luther - 0.08% (4)
and for - 0.08% (4)
campbell april - 0.08% (4)
the budget - 0.08% (4)
and their - 0.08% (4)
in criticism, - 0.08% (4)
domestic issues, - 0.08% (4)
of his - 0.08% (4)
attempts to - 0.08% (4)
the new - 0.08% (4)
gay rights - 0.08% (4)
campbell may - 0.08% (4)
in barack - 0.08% (4)
the master - 0.08% (4)
asking that - 0.08% (4)
criticism, domestic - 0.08% (4)
will be - 0.08% (4)
luther king, - 0.06% (3)
did not - 0.06% (3)
can do - 0.06% (3)
of thousands - 0.06% (3)
the web - 0.06% (3)
internet in - 0.06% (3)
of this - 0.06% (3)
osama bin - 0.06% (3)
net neutrality, - 0.06% (3)
opinionsphere, the - 0.06% (3)
and technology - 0.06% (3)
the internet. - 0.06% (3)
us little - 0.06% (3)
qaeda and - 0.06% (3)
through a - 0.06% (3)
under creative - 0.06% (3)
rand’s novel - 0.06% (3)
— the - 0.06% (3)
at&t is - 0.06% (3)
the rich - 0.06% (3)
order to - 0.06% (3)
the press - 0.06% (3)
commons.] tags: - 0.06% (3)
web and - 0.06% (3)
reason to - 0.06% (3)
master switch, - 0.06% (3)
with a - 0.06% (3)
to justify - 0.06% (3)
little reason - 0.06% (3)
such as - 0.06% (3)
trust them. - 0.06% (3)
meet the - 0.06% (3)
our own - 0.06% (3)
they can - 0.06% (3)
we trust - 0.06% (3)
tax incentives - 0.06% (3)
used to - 0.06% (3)
wall street - 0.06% (3)
administration officials - 0.06% (3)
licensed under - 0.06% (3)
bin laden. - 0.06% (3)
creative commons.] - 0.06% (3)
and intelligence - 0.06% (3)
but the - 0.06% (3)
way to - 0.06% (3)
talking points - 0.06% (3)
rush limbaugh - 0.06% (3)
attack on - 0.06% (3)
to find - 0.06% (3)
videos | - 0.06% (3)
the daily - 0.06% (3)
the test - 0.06% (3)
credit for - 0.06% (3)
the pakistani - 0.06% (3)
not all - 0.06% (3)
the same - 0.06% (3)
al qaeda - 0.06% (3)
at all - 0.06% (3)
health care - 0.06% (3)
york times - 0.06% (3)
and bin - 0.06% (3)
as this - 0.06% (3)
at their - 0.06% (3)
to provide - 0.06% (3)
to take - 0.06% (3)
more than - 0.06% (3)
tags: andrew - 0.04% (2)
libertarianism, political - 0.04% (2)
before any - 0.04% (2)
to 2parse - 0.04% (2)
wu posted - 0.04% (2)
street journal - 0.04% (2)
drudge report - 0.04% (2)
real clear - 0.04% (2)
foreign relations - 0.04% (2)
history and - 0.04% (2)
government to - 0.04% (2)
york city - 0.04% (2)
not to - 0.04% (2)
technology that - 0.04% (2)
that will - 0.04% (2)
better than - 0.04% (2)
foreign policy - 0.04% (2)
fiscal crisis - 0.04% (2)
election 2012 - 0.04% (2)
national review - 0.04% (2)
prevent the - 0.04% (2)
points memo - 0.04% (2)
marc ambinder - 0.04% (2)
but most - 0.04% (2)
tim wu’s - 0.04% (2)
new yorker - 0.04% (2)
glenn greenwald - 0.04% (2)
gives us - 0.04% (2)
council on - 0.04% (2)
dick martin, - 0.04% (2)
technology | - 0.04% (2)
middle class - 0.04% (2)
12 comments - 0.04% (2)
many of - 0.04% (2)
plan is - 0.04% (2)
must be - 0.04% (2)
for their - 0.04% (2)
my generation - 0.04% (2)
generation must - 0.04% (2)
to use - 0.04% (2)
of rand’s - 0.04% (2)
they seek - 0.04% (2)
balancing the - 0.04% (2)
would be - 0.04% (2)
were rewarded - 0.04% (2)
most of - 0.04% (2)
was left - 0.04% (2)
paul ryan’s - 0.04% (2)
of balancing - 0.04% (2)
managed to - 0.04% (2)
to put - 0.04% (2)
and loopholes - 0.04% (2)
because he - 0.04% (2)
david sarnoff - 0.04% (2)
in practice - 0.04% (2)
novel, the - 0.04% (2)
wu’s the - 0.04% (2)
led to - 0.04% (2)
and if - 0.04% (2)
but not - 0.04% (2)
every possible - 0.04% (2)
in wu’s - 0.04% (2)
phone to - 0.04% (2)
there is - 0.04% (2)
to prevent - 0.04% (2)
over the - 0.04% (2)
who are - 0.04% (2)
figure in - 0.04% (2)
campbell’s law, - 0.04% (2)
trumpet player - 0.04% (2)
of worth - 0.04% (2)
disposal to - 0.04% (2)
the little - 0.04% (2)
he had - 0.04% (2)
radio spectrum - 0.04% (2)
an attack - 0.04% (2)
to stop - 0.04% (2)
them to - 0.04% (2)
and later - 0.04% (2)
bin laden’s - 0.04% (2)
justify the - 0.04% (2)
together on - 0.04% (2)
focused on - 0.04% (2)
finding bin - 0.04% (2)
of information - 0.04% (2)
them the - 0.04% (2)
the former - 0.04% (2)
two months - 0.04% (2)
the rounds - 0.04% (2)
every two - 0.04% (2)
that this - 0.04% (2)
was just - 0.04% (2)
what he - 0.04% (2)
border to - 0.04% (2)
common sense - 0.04% (2)
administration had - 0.04% (2)
the national - 0.04% (2)
when he - 0.04% (2)
that’s part - 0.04% (2)
if the - 0.04% (2)
hillary clinton - 0.04% (2)
to fight - 0.04% (2)
out of - 0.04% (2)
get bin - 0.04% (2)
the administration - 0.04% (2)
that had - 0.04% (2)
administration that - 0.04% (2)
cut off - 0.04% (2)
pakistani army - 0.04% (2)
military and - 0.04% (2)
too much - 0.04% (2)
to his - 0.04% (2)
the block - 0.04% (2)
think of - 0.04% (2)
to those - 0.04% (2)
gay rights, - 0.04% (2)
the winklevoss - 0.04% (2)
twins of - 0.04% (2)
getting bin - 0.04% (2)
laden by - 0.04% (2)
who were - 0.04% (2)
would have - 0.04% (2)
laden was - 0.04% (2)
rather than - 0.04% (2)
that he - 0.04% (2)
it even - 0.04% (2)
his audience - 0.04% (2)
are the - 0.04% (2)
former bush - 0.04% (2)
take credit - 0.04% (2)
intelligence to - 0.04% (2)
and was - 0.04% (2)
unwilling to - 0.04% (2)
provide the - 0.04% (2)
the ground - 0.04% (2)
the cia - 0.04% (2)
was unwilling - 0.04% (2)
they needed - 0.04% (2)
to move - 0.04% (2)
to secure - 0.04% (2)
focused the - 0.04% (2)
found the - 0.04% (2)
is asking - 0.04% (2)
my question - 0.04% (2)
that all - 0.04% (2)
urban policy - 0.04% (2)
of traffic - 0.04% (2)
bill clinton - 0.04% (2)
net neutrality. - 0.04% (2)
their history - 0.04% (2)
pleading for - 0.04% (2)
in their - 0.04% (2)
the source - 0.04% (2)
back to - 0.04% (2)
had happened. - 0.04% (2)
what had - 0.04% (2)
that it - 0.04% (2)
community forum, - 0.04% (2)
part of - 0.04% (2)
thou shalt - 0.04% (2)
not discuss - 0.04% (2)
the political - 0.04% (2)
shalt not - 0.04% (2)
at&t censors - 0.04% (2)
the fiction - 0.04% (2)
approve of - 0.04% (2)
attempting to - 0.04% (2)
innovation from - 0.04% (2)
to create - 0.04% (2)
a private - 0.04% (2)
they want - 0.04% (2)
that they - 0.04% (2)
have a - 0.04% (2)
but as - 0.04% (2)
it’s a - 0.04% (2)
loomed over - 0.04% (2)
andrew sullivan, - 0.04% (2)
national security, - 0.04% (2)
legacy, the - 0.04% (2)
terrorism | - 0.04% (2)
3 comments - 0.04% (2)
death of - 0.04% (2)
3rd, 2011 - 0.04% (2)
cannot drive - 0.04% (2)
king, jr. - 0.04% (2)
the wizard - 0.04% (2)
feeling of - 0.04% (2)
began to - 0.04% (2)
inability to - 0.04% (2)
that at - 0.04% (2)
heard bloomberg - 0.04% (2)
lives of - 0.04% (2)
that is - 0.04% (2)
moments of - 0.04% (2)
but it - 0.04% (2)
an evil - 0.04% (2)
man who - 0.04% (2)
the killing - 0.04% (2)
the world - 0.04% (2)
wizard of - 0.04% (2)
and one - 0.04% (2)
a year - 0.04% (2)
policies that - 0.04% (2)
bloomberg say - 0.04% (2)
i wonder - 0.04% (2)
post 9/11 - 0.04% (2)
by joe campbell - 0.21% (10)
the bush administration - 0.13% (6)
in barack obama, - 0.08% (4)
joe campbell april - 0.08% (4)
joe campbell may - 0.08% (4)
asking that we - 0.08% (4)
posted in barack - 0.08% (4)
posted in criticism, - 0.08% (4)
under creative commons.] - 0.06% (3)
are asking that - 0.06% (3)
meet the press - 0.06% (3)
criticism, domestic issues, - 0.06% (3)
the new york - 0.06% (3)
the daily beast - 0.06% (3)
the internet in - 0.06% (3)
we trust them - 0.06% (3)
web and technology - 0.06% (3)
reason to trust - 0.06% (3)
us little reason - 0.06% (3)
to trust them. - 0.06% (3)
licensed under creative - 0.06% (3)
one of the - 0.06% (3)
the opinionsphere, the - 0.06% (3)
the web and - 0.06% (3)
of the internet - 0.06% (3)
war on terrorism - 0.06% (3)
martin luther king, - 0.06% (3)
and bin laden - 0.06% (3)
the war on - 0.06% (3)
bush administration officials - 0.06% (3)
libertarianism, political philosophy, - 0.04% (2)
was unwilling to - 0.04% (2)
to provide the - 0.04% (2)
| 12 comments - 0.04% (2)
wu’s the master - 0.04% (2)
of rand’s novel - 0.04% (2)
innovation from the - 0.04% (2)
means at their - 0.04% (2)
their disposal to - 0.04% (2)
his audience from - 0.04% (2)
balancing the budget - 0.04% (2)
generation must be - 0.04% (2)
the pakistani army - 0.04% (2)
an attack on - 0.04% (2)
the lives of - 0.04% (2)
little trumpet player - 0.04% (2)
| 3 comments - 0.04% (2)
getting bin laden - 0.04% (2)
winklevoss twins of - 0.04% (2)
subscribe to 2parse - 0.04% (2)
real clear politics - 0.04% (2)
on foreign relations - 0.04% (2)
comments » the - 0.04% (2)
talking points memo - 0.04% (2)
council on foreign - 0.04% (2)
wu posted in - 0.04% (2)
to justify the - 0.04% (2)
military and intelligence - 0.04% (2)
| 2 comments - 0.04% (2)
an evil man - 0.04% (2)
evil man who - 0.04% (2)
new york city - 0.04% (2)
the death of - 0.04% (2)
osama bin laden, - 0.04% (2)
wizard of oz - 0.04% (2)
bush legacy, the - 0.04% (2)
opinionsphere, the war - 0.04% (2)
on terrorism | - 0.04% (2)
legacy, the opinionsphere, - 0.04% (2)
a year ago - 0.04% (2)
tags: andrew sullivan, - 0.04% (2)
the administration that - 0.04% (2)
the wizard of - 0.04% (2)
what had happened. - 0.04% (2)
to the internet - 0.04% (2)
at&t is a - 0.04% (2)
finding bin laden - 0.04% (2)
trust them to - 0.04% (2)
— and if - 0.04% (2)
that’s part of - 0.04% (2)
qaeda and bin - 0.04% (2)
the government to - 0.04% (2)
gives us little - 0.04% (2)
bin laden was - 0.04% (2)
the former bush - 0.04% (2)
their history of - 0.04% (2)

Here you can find chart of all your popular one, two and three word phrases. Google and others search engines means your page is about words you use frequently.

Copyright © 2015-2016 hupso.pl. All rights reserved. FB | +G | Twitter

Hupso.pl jest serwisem internetowym, w którym jednym kliknieciem możesz szybko i łatwo sprawdź stronę www pod kątem SEO. Oferujemy darmowe pozycjonowanie stron internetowych oraz wycena domen i stron internetowych. Prowadzimy ranking polskich stron internetowych oraz ranking stron alexa.