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We have a new slate up today over on the homepage. With more from our regular bloggers to come here in The Corner, on Bench Memos, on Kellyanne and George Conway’s Reconcilable Differences, on Jim Geraghty’s TKS, and Stephen Spruiell’s Media Blog. Speaking of The Corner, you can catch up with your reading here in our archives.

One last thing: “On deck” as we say yet for the homepage today are pieces from Bill Roggio on Iraq and the media and Michael Rosen on the “Holidays” warring.

Happy new year if you haven’t heard it from us before now. And know, as always, I love your feedback. We look forward to exceeding your expectations in 2006. Feel free to tell us what you’d like to see more or less of along the way.

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