While the media in 2000 was covering sighs and olive suits, Al Gore was thinking about how to preserve human life on the planet. He talks more about what you can do in the video above.
No new word tonight on the urgent matter of John Edwards’ next haircut.
A Peruvian in national costume held up Macchu Picchu’s award to the sky and bowed to the crowd with his hands clasped, eliciting one of the biggest cheers from the audience of 50,000 people at a soccer stadium in Portugal’s capital, Lisbon.
The New York Times editorial page begins tomorrow, succinctly, thus:
It is time for the United States to leave Iraq, without any more delay than the Pentagon needs to organize an orderly exit.
And in the ComPost, Bouffont Byron has a tantrum with Bush over his tepid Libby commutation, immigration and other disillusionments.