Why am I not suprised that FoxNews.com does not have one mention about Bush’s press conference that among other things discussed the fact that Iran really isn’t close to making a nuclear weapon?In fact, a “Friends with Benefits” story somehow gets the main graphic on the FOXNews.com web site! Over the floods in Oregon and […]
Just like the rest of the country, I am still in shock about what happened yesterday at Virginia Tech. My thoughts go out to all of those affected by the tragedy. I can’t help but think what would happen if a similar incident occurred at my university. Being a campus much smaller then Virginia Tech, […]
Newport, NH soldier killed in Iraq I didn’t know him personally, but apparently my father worked with his father for many years. I send my best wishes to his family and friends. I know several people who are in Iraq or are probably going back there in the next few months. I hope they all […]
I had just gotten out of the shower and had started to get ready for a day of classes. It was a beautiful Tuesday morning, about a week into my sophomore year of college at SNHU. In a week or two I was planning to join the college radio station. I had just started working […]
For some reason, the JonBenet Ramsey case always fascinated me, even though I haven’t really thought about it recently. Finally, it appears that justice will finally happen. I thought I would share a quote from Tom Foreman, a CNN Correspondent writing on Anderson Cooper’s 360° Blog. It pretty much sums up what everyone feels. A […]
It has been an interesting year, capped off by me becoming engaged. Bring on 2006!
We will never forget. R.I.P. all of those who died that horrible day that for oh so brief period of time brought out the best of America.
The Times-Picayune and Nola.com have been reporting from day one about Katrina, even after having to abandon their offices and printed paper to work exclusively online. These reporters and their staff have been absolutely stellar and deserve every journalistic award out there for what they have gone through to report the news coming out of […]
If things don’t improve and those people don’t get out of New Orleans by Sunday, this will be the biggest screwup in U.S. history. I can’t believe it has taken 4-5 days just to get national guard to the convention center. Some leadership this country has.
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