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Recent KevTweets"From a publicist's email: Ex-gov Jesse Ventura is available for interviews for a new book. Why was he never available when it mattered?"4 days ago"Watching press sec Jay Carney's non-denial denials: Why do I suspect in 3 weeks he'll be saying, "That statement is no longer operative.""5 days ago"The overhead rendering of the proposed Vikings stadium: Looks sorta like a hunk of toidy-bowl ice has fallen off some gargantuan airliner."5 days ago"What fresh hell is this? Is it Nixon week in the White House? http://t.co/DZ393IUZC9"5 days ago"On the calendar: “@SenateDFL: The Senate is expected to vote on bill to grant same-sex couples the freedom to marry [on] Monday, May 13.”"10 days ago
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Category Archives: War
We all have our stories of 9/11, and mine is no more interesting than anyone else’s. Because of the nature of my job at the time as managing editor at Washington Post Newsweek Interactive’s Newsbytes.com, once I recovered my wits … Continue reading
Just … remember.
Eau Claire, Wis. Sept, 22, 1983 — Randy’s dead. Does anybody know why Randy’s dead? Randy Wayne Clark, born July 20, 1964, in La Crosse. Moved to Minong shortly thereafter. All-conference football player for Northwood Evergreens. Honor student, graduated from … Continue reading
Today brought a heart-rending statement from George Packer, one of our great American writers. From today’s New Yorker online: “If things look grim in Afghanistan, they hardly look better in Iraq. And it’s terrible to think that this is the … Continue reading