Wednesday, April 04, 2007


Ahmadinejad has seen fit to pardon the 15 British sailors. It seems to me that in the US, we'd call this declaring victory and going home.

Democratic thought police won't allow use of the phrase 'Global War on Terror.' Apparently if you deny something exists, it will go away.

As if you needed to ask, McCain's team denies that he asked to serve as Kerry's Vice Presidential nominee. The more I think about it, the sillier it sounds. McCain had to know that if he asked, Kerry would say yes in a heartbeat and give McCain whatever he wanted. Even if for some reason the deal was not consummated, it could not have stayed quiet so long.

I get the sense that Mary Katharine Ham needs these pictures for her expense report: 'see boss - I went to Iowa!' The presentation throws me back to grade school - I can almost hear the beep of the slide projector.

LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers and Stephon Marbury of the New York Knicks have gotten into a war of words over Marbury's line of discount sporting apparel. LeBron seems to think it's cheap and tawdry to sell sneakers for as little as $15; LeBron's signature shoes go for $150.

LeBron James has been regarded as a class act - but this is disgraceful. He can sell his shoes for whatever he - and Nike - want to. But to trash those trying to ensure that kids of all means can afford premium items shows no class, and no regard for the interest of his fans.

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