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Thursday, July 31, 2003
Wanted to let my loyal readers know that I'll be on the Kevin McCullough show in about half an hour. Mr. McCullough is an excellent radio host heard on WYLL in Chicago and WMCA in New York; he's a great blogger and columnist, aside from his terrific radio show. Last night I was on the Lee Davis Show in Birmingham, Alabama (WYDE, 101.1 FM). The conversation was fascinating, covering subjects from Hillary's political future to the California recall to my latest column -- I always love doing Mr. Davis' show. More radio appearances to come!
Wednesday, July 30, 2003
Gary Coleman, the NFL wants you!
The NFL fined Detroit Lions president Matt Millen $200,000 last week for failing to interview a black candidate for the head coaching position. Two problems: Steve Mariucci was already assumed to be the man, and black candidates refused to interview for a job they weren't going to get. Didn't matter. The NFL sued Millen anyway. I write about it in this week's column. Enjoy!
Thursday, July 24, 2003
Barney's frank is cooked
Or so I hope in my latest column. Chuck Morse, radio host from Boston, is taking on Barney Frank in Massachusetts' 4th Congressional District. Good luck to Mr. Morse!
Tuesday, July 22, 2003
The Hussein brothers
They're dead. Good riddance. And good news for the Bush Administration. This should wipe ridiculous allegations against Bush off the front pages.
Ahh, back again
I'm back and better than ever. Props go out to Kevin McCullough, who is to be congratulated both on his upcoming marriage and his move to New York. I am also back in California, from Washington DC. DC was quite an experience. I met with many great people and also saw the seedy underbelly of the city. Yuck. More to come.
Monday, July 21, 2003
Sorry about this!
It seems that every time I pledge to get back to the blog, something prevents me from doing so. This time, I can claim technical difficulties. Blogger is not letting me post, for some odd reason. We'll see if this one goes up. If it does, I WILL get back to blogging at a reasonable rate once again.