News Headline: “Can U.S. succeed in Afghanistan?”
We can only be hopeful about a nation so beset with violence and backward beliefs.
And then there is Afghanistan. . . .
There have been no reports of a man biting a dog so far during the dog days of summer, but a CNN correspondent bit two medics in Iraq, according to a lawsuit..
This is the 34th dog day of summer.
There are six dog days left.
News Headline: “California governor declares emergency amid efforts to control wildfires.”
Typical. The answer these days is almost always more government control.
When will we learn to trust the magic of the free marketplace?
The Rev. Karen Crozier leading a protest against the hiring of a white to teach African-American, Latino and Southeast Asian studies at a new middle school in Fresno, Calif.:
“We’re just saying what the community wants. We didn’t fight for a white male or female teacher to educate our babies.”
Always good to see teachers not being judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.
There have been no reports of a man biting a dog so far during the dog days of summer, but a woman slapped a horse in Scottsdale, Ariz.
This is the 33rd dog day of summer.
There are seven dog days left.
News Headline: “Janesville to lose its iconic grain bins.”
Add icons to the list of things that aren’t what they used to be.
News Headline: “Glenn Beck: I said ‘stupid things’ while at Fox News.”
But understatement is alive and well.
News Headline: “India employs men in ape suits to drive away Parliament’s monkeys.”
A technique we might consider when Congress returns from recess.
News Headline: “Atlanta hospital receives hate mail for treating aid workers struck by the Ebola virus.”
As the search continues for any activity anywhere that doesn’t attract enraged e-mails from somewhere.
News Item: “U.S. Ebola doctor gives only available serum to fellow patient.”
Spare a thought or two for Dr. Kent Brantly when next you have doubts the human race might be worth saving.