Daily Archives: June 24, 2003

Springer interview

There’s a great interview with potential Senate candidate Jerry Springer up on the Political State Report. I especially urge partisan Democrats to read what he has to say. I daresay you’ll like it. I know I did. Continue reading

Posted in Election 2004 | 2 Comments

Have you voted yet?

I voted earlier today in the MoveOn.org “primary” (registration is now closed, so if you aren’t already registered, it’s too late). Some folks have reported problems accessing the MoveOn site, but once I got the email with my voting link, … Continue reading Continue reading

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The ACC and the WAC

If you’ve been following the ACC/Big East brouhaha (ably covered by Eric McErlain), the one thing that you can hang your hat on is that if and when the ACC raids the Big East for one or more teams, the … Continue reading Continue reading

Posted in Other sports | 6 Comments

A request for help

Apparently, this humble blog has been selected as a participant in Project Lafayette, about which I know little more than what’s behind that link. According to a nice note I received from one of their coordinators, they want to “[preserve] … Continue reading Continue reading

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Who’s next?

Great. Just great. President Bush last week said the rest of the world should join the United States in declaring that it “will not tolerate” nuclear weapons in Iran — a vow that most Americans appear willing to back with … Continue reading Continue reading

Posted in Iraq attack | 6 Comments

What they didn’t tell you

The Gunther Concept, which now has permalinks even if they are blogspotted, found a curious omission in this Sunday Chron story about Gregg Phillips, the $144K-per-year “leader of the most sweeping social services overhaul in modern Texas history”. Here’s what … Continue reading Continue reading

Posted in Scandalized! | 3 Comments