I’m Not Running for President, but …, thank you for not running anyway, Mike.
Will he back McCain, or Obama?
Or will he be content with his new showbiz carreer?
I’ve been banned in China, but have I been banned by the Air Force?
The Air Force is tightening restrictions on which blogs its troops can read, cutting off access to just about any independent site with the word “blog” in its web address.
Perhaps if I changed the blog name to Fausta’s coffee-politics-books-and-shoes parlor?
John Noonan at The Weekly Standard points out,
Also problematic is the fact that USAF bloggers have been among the most credible advocates for force-modernization plans, offering their strong support for the acquisition of the full fleet of 380 F-22s in particular. The Air Force has in one fell swoop discarded a valuable media asset, forcing the public to rely on cumbersome–and typically boring–USAF press releases instead.
Phyllis Chesler has written a beautiful tribute to a friend, An Elegy For My Friend “Babz,” aka Barbara Seaman
City Will Reward Students With Phones for showing up to school and behaving well. Who’s paying for the monthly service and texting fees remains unclear but at least “the program is being privately financed”.
Speaking of schools, Betsy has the textbook case on how NOT to handle a cheating scandal: Cheating at Chapel Hill High School
Mamacita writes about Two Students: A Contrast. And Then Some More Opinionated Rants.
How much does a house weigh?
When I turned on the TV this morning one of the talk shows was discussing whether men look good with a 3-day stubble.
The answer is NO.
I hope that settles the issue.
You can thank me later.