Friday, January 10, 2003

Justice Thomas reportedly sells memoirs for a cool mil.

The book is expected in stores in the fall of 2005. Thomas, 54, will write about growing up in coastal Georgia during segregation, and will include details about his family, his time in a Roman Catholic seminary and his bitter Senate confirmation hearings in 1991, says publisher Alfred Regnery, who says he read and unsuccessfully bid on the working 125-page manuscript.

Thursday, January 09, 2003

I tell you what, Pres. Bush is showing me some cojones with his decision to renominate Charles Pickering for the Federal judiciary (what with the whole Trent Lott fiasco and all). My only hope is that the general public will see through the predictable rantings of people like Sen. Charles Schumer who are relining up their old idiotic platitudes about how Pickering is a threat to civil rights and will send American blacks back into slavery.
Sen. Patty Murray says her bin Laden remarks weren't an attempt to try to paint him as a hero.

"I have to tell you that it's really important that people don't twist or construe remarks that were made to an AP student group in a Vancouver high school," she told Fox News in a Senate corridor after attending a "power coffee" with the 13 other women senators on Capitol Hill.

Whatever Patsy. I'm guessing you also think that oral sex really isn't sex (unless a Republican does it), and that the word "is" has several variable meanings.

Sunday, January 05, 2003

Pam Anderson is allowed to teach Sunday school classes?! Assumming it's at a Christian church, I think someone there needs to read that passage in the Bible about causing children to sin and tying a millstone around one's neck. Yikes!