Some of the best reporting in recent years has appeared in the Sunday pages on the mothership isle on the other side of the Atlantic.
The Independent (on Sunday) takes aim and fires away with “The children of Guantanamo.” A true story purporting to “reveal” that “60 of the detainees of the US camp were under 18 at the time of their capture, some as young as 14.”
Seems like a lead story to me, but really, in context — the cover of this “IoS” is clearly covered with porn! (Even the Nuge made the cover)!
Not only are the AG, the Deputy AG, and the FBI Director prepared to resign in protest if Bush orders them to return the materials seized in the Jefferson raid.
But Dennis is unfazed. In a blog post written Friday, titled There’s a Right Way, Speaker Hastert writes:
The issue that has concerned me, as Speaker, since Saturday night is not if the FBI should be able to search a member of Congress’ office, but rather how to do it within the boundaries of the Constitution.
As is typical of the “right” way, Hastert acts appalled that Jefferson was busted. He should be “vigorously prosecuted,” blogs the Speaker, but what he is really posting about is his newfound mission to ensure that Congressional property never again is searched without a proper warrant, aka saving his own ass.
Keep knocking on wood, Denny, or just go ahead, and “surrender, surrender, but don’t give yourself away…ay…ay….ay!” (w/ thanks to Rick Nielsen, Cheap Trick) and You, tube!
Surely this ad with Cincinnati Reds (ex-Red Sox) pitcher Bronson Arroyo would have worked out differently had, say, Glendon Rusch thrown to him. Rusch served him up a couple meatballs earlier this year that promptly left the park. All else I can say is, ugh, Ryan Dempster, and will just leave it there in re: the Schlubs.
Nearly five months gone and its been a TOP year in music. WOOZradio continues to thrive with more listeners than ever (we thank you), all a result of the propensity of hot shit being produced in studios, garages, bathrooms and digital vacuums worldwide.
Now that its summer — and its forecast to be the best summer ever — I’m privileged to present the following aural assistance. Thanks again for listening.