It’s good to see that

It’s good to see that your memory is still sharp, Deacon. It’s hard to be a fanatic when you don’t have a home team. The Washington Times said this morning that the baseball deal could be good for Washington because, with no contraction, teams may be up for sale. Who knows, maybe the Twins could become the Senators again. On a more sober note, Thomas Sowell, one of the greatest men of his generation, comments on pre-emptive action against Iraq, endorses Cheney’s VFW speech, and reminds us of Ronald Reagan’s refrain, “If not us, who? And if not now, when?”


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