Aight, one last thing on the Title IX subject. Participation in sports by women have risen 5-fold since Title IX came into existence. The argument that women are less interested in sports than men is a short-sighted assumption based on the fact that women’s sports have suffered from cultural disdain. Title IX is merely giving … Continue reading

Brookings Scholar Is Detained by INS (washingtonpost.com) Now we’re grabbing people off the street and tossing them in jail… what a sad state of affairs this is now. Imagine if this man did not have friends in high places.

So I get bored and think of stupid things I can do with my money. One latest idea is installing a full-fledged PC in my car. Why? I don’t know anyone who has done this.

From my favorite column (about football): —– Jesus Said, “How Hard It Will Be for Those Who Have Wealth to Enter the Kingdom of God” The gift shop of the new $190 million Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles sells a house chardonnay for $24.95 per bottle. The main doors of … Continue reading

Terry Tate the office linebacker was, by far, my favorite Superbowl commercial.

If you think affirmative action is a good idea being used incorrectly try this Bush legislative idiosyncrasy.

Bush is considering ways to weaken Title IX, the law that bans sex discrimination in collegiate sports. Before we know it, I’ll be forced to sit at the back of the bus.