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College Football 2011: Power Ranking All 120 College Football Stadiums
who served as the Eagles ... than 24,000 fans. The Falcons have averaged only between 13,000-14,000 fans at home games over the past two seasons. ASU Stadium was built in 1974 and originally called “I... read more
Denver councilman: Rein in medical marijuana
Citing a “regulatory vacuum,” that allows a freewheeling culture among some Denver medical-marijuana dispensaries, Councilman Charlie Brown wants to establish a broad raft of regulations on the busine... read more
We are not a Christian nation
I have no problems with people being religious per se. I think that people have the right to believe in whatever they want. If they happen to believe in something that is demonstrably wrong, well then ... read more
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Abbott, Credlin and the abuse of power
Senator Fierravanti-Wells told Credlin: "One day Tony will be sitting on a park bench in Manly feeding the pigeons, and he will blame you." See the pattern? So many people prepared to put their names ... read more
Wherein I Challenge Ann Coulter to Debate Me (UPDATED)
In my (admittedly, somewhat fevered) fantasy, it would help change what most people think about liberals ... industry" 9 years ago (and her parking space on the WB lot had her NAME on it) she was "dum... read more
I'm kind of hip, for someone who hasn't changed his hairstyle since In-A-Gadda-Da-Vita was on the charts. (In: Steely Dan. Out: Iron Butterfly.) Been feeling kind of old lately -- not sure why. Can't ... read more
Tom McAvoy: What band did you play with back then? I knew most of the bands and would love to discuss them with you.
Another quote: "Sticks and stones will break my bones, but names will never hurt me ... (The Lynxmaster responds: Computer change-over caused some delays, plus Lynxmaster and No. 1 assistant were occu... read more
Was the Presidential Election Stolen?
Referring to the two great democracies of antiquity, he writes: “The first step of degeneration was a subversion of law in the name of higher values ... If meaningful change is to come, it will be bec... read more
Week Seven Morning Aftermath: Steelers 27, Vikings 17
For reasons neither known nor apparent, the NFL smoothed out what typically is a Sunday afternoon schedule with too many early games and two few late ones. The problem, of course, is that the six game... read more
Chris Gayle and our addiction to public shaming
Public shaming could force individuals to reconsider their conduct, and occurrences such as these help to educate the public and bring about positive change. It is one of the key arguments against leg... read more
The Redder Belt
[On vacation this week. Today I'm off to Seattle and will post a bunch of pics tomorrow. I hear they have a bunch of Starbuckses there.] Here's a fascinating map from the Times that shows a very disti... read more
Maybe your computer broke cuzz of Rich Howard. HAAAA !!
A note on style: Please do not send entries or names in all capital letters or in all lower-case ... So does this culture of life include the 137 men he sent to death while governing Texas? Hey, I am ... read more