Election Day 2008

It’s finally here. I haven’t weighed in a lot about politics over the last few months, but I’m not indifferent toward today’s election results.  My thoughts just haven’t changed much since the election season began, which was seemingly right after the midterm elections of 2006.  It’s been a long campaign season, and like many of […]

Is Georgia turning purple?

In response to ME’s post today about the IRS and separation of church and state, I thought I’d infiltrate the usual sports analysis with a few thoughts about the 2008 election. Where I Live In December 2006, I moved from an apartment in Chattanooga, Tennessee to a new house in Ringgold, Georgia.  Along with all […]

Weekly Notes: February 21, 2008

I didn’t do any notes last week, so here’s what’s going on: Let’s start with a quick comment or two on today’s big NYT story about John McCain’s relationship with a lobbyist: I don’t much care about the adultery angle, nor do I think this was a sinister plot by the Times to destroy the […]

Weekly Notes: January 4, 2008

It’s the first week of 2008 and there’s plenty to talk about. This afternoon I’ll have a review of Harding’s loss last night in Florence. If you’re looking for one site you can bookmark to get a nightly comprehensive college basketball TV schedule, this is the site: Eye On Sports Media. It’s especially nice if […]