Friday, September 08, 2006

Shut Up and Act!

Brad Pitt on when he will marry Angelina Jolie: "Angie and I will consider tying the knot when everyone else in the country who wants to be married is legally able," the 42-year-old actor reveals in Esquire magazine's October issue, on newsstands Sept. 19.

Given the fact that Angie has been known to make out with her own siblings, I'm presuming 'ol Brad is including brothers and sisters in his altogether idiotic remark.

Thursday, September 07, 2006

Proof of Liberal Media Bias No. 8928329839...

Clinton bitches, ABC caves and switches.
9/11 Commemoration Rally in L.A.

This looks cool. I may go. Sign message suggestions welcomed. (link via Michelle Malkin)

Monday, September 04, 2006

Better Late Than Never?

Either the AP has been duped (again), I'm seeing things (which is possible) or the Klan has radically changed its membership requirements.

Sunday, September 03, 2006

Law Schools O'Plenty in California

Seems like there's new ones, most of them correspondence schools, popping up every other month.

Also looks like the Inland Empire (i.e., San Bernardino and Riverside Counties) finally has an ABA accredited law school to call its own. Really should have happened years ago at UC Riverside, which is my undergraduate alma mater, but the much talked about establishment of a law school there just never came to fruition.
Evangelicals and Foreign Policy

I was at a bookstore yesterday and happened across this written piece by Walter Russel Mead in Foreign Affairs on Evangelical Protestantism and U.S. foreign policy.

I've only glanced through it real quick, but this paragraph caught my eye:

Why focus exclusively on Protestantism? The answer is, in part, that Protestantism has shaped much of the country's identity and remains today the majority faith in the United States (although only just). Moreover, the changes in Catholicism (the second-largest faith and the largest single religious denomination in the country) present a more mixed picture with fewer foreign policy implications.

Not exactly sure what Mr. Mead means by this and, unfortunately, it doesn't look like he elaborates.