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The Left Targets Conrad Burns

Sunday, June 18, 2006  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt

My World Magazine column is on the U.S. Senate race in Montana, where the DailyKosKids have powered lefty John Tester into the race against incumbent Conrad Burns.

So dig a little deeper to help Burns repel the invasion of the Deaniacs (which will go over in Montana about as well as it did in Iowa, ’04.)

You can contribute to the Burns campaign here.

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An Appeal for World Cup Clarity: What’s the Line?

Sunday, June 18, 2006  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt

Perhaps the Powerline soccer gurus will help.

I and most American males can scan the convoluted Week 15 NFL playoff scenarios and understand immediately the odds of the various teams making it into the playoffs. We can do so no matter how bizarre the tie-breaking rules or unusual the match-ups on week 16. This is the result of accumulated knowledge of both that particular season’s ebbs and flows, but also the wisdom of the decades applied. (Vikings choke, don’t bet against Parcells etc.)

So I am scanning this morning’s World Cup scenarios and find I have no way to figure out the real odds of the U.S. advancing Thursday to the next round, nor can I find a tote board where cold cash is sorting out the variables.

So what is it, soccer fans? A 10% shot for the Americans to get to Round 2? Or is it U.S. v. Soviet Union in hockey, 1980.

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