Jack Kevorkian, most famous for playing a part in the deaths of 130 people, has died in Michigan. Over the years, THE WEEKLY STANDARD has paid a little attention to Kevorkian -- and his practice. Consider these articles:
Wesley J. Smith's "The Serial Killer as Folk Hero: Kevorkian proceeds with his plan."
Nelson Lund's "Down Kevorkian's Slope."
"Limbaugh: ‘We Need To Open The Program Today By Congratulating President Obama’"
"Obama Doctrine: Better Dead Than Gitmo"
"Detective Work on Courier Led to Breakthrough on Bin Laden"
Jean-Francois Poinard, a rather prominent chef in Lyon, had been missing for some time. Then authorities were tipped off about a chest freezer inside the apartment Poinard shared with his girlfriend.
The Loser Letters
A Little Guide for Your Last Days by Jeffry Hendrix Bridegroom, 108 pp., $19.95
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Just like Yaz in '67.
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