Yesterday's headline: Bush Utters Taunt About Militants: 'Bring 'Em On'
Today's headline: Attacks by Iraqis Growing Bolder
Never let it be said that I failed to give Bush credit when one of his policy initiatives produced its intended result. (Moron.)
This may be small potatoes in the world of government financial meltdowns, but Clarion
has lost its funding from the University of Michigan. The Clarion Writing Workshop is one of the best things I ever did, and it will be a tremendous shame if the workshop disappears after 35 years of helping to produce talented science fiction writers.
I posted this in the comments at Calpundit
a few days ago, and thought I'd repost it here:
Shorter Antonin Scalia:
I have nothing against homosexuals pursuing their agenda through normal democratic means, but I think it's okay for states to throw them in jail and strip them of the right to vote.
Shortly after that I remembered Romer v. Evans, the Supreme Court case where Scalia argued in his dissent that homosexuals did not have a right to pursue their agenda through normal democratic means. So for Even Shorter Antonin Scalia, just delete everything up to and including "but".