Thursday, April 13, 2006

McCain, the Park, and Other Things...

In the news, etc...
Slate is chock full of good stuff today, including two specials on John McCain. Jacob Weisberg examines McCain's new right wing "act", while John Dickerson quetions whether McCain has what it takes to be a frontrunner.
Of course, taxes have to be postmarked by the beginning of next week, but Slate also looks at ways to a void paying taxes.

In our daily Iran watch, Iranian President Ahmadinejad has shocked the world and stated that Iran will continue its nuclear program.

Former Senator Mike Gravel will become the first officially announced Democratic Presidential candidate today. If you haven't heard of him, it might be because he hasn't served in your lifetime and is also from Alaska. He would be our second President from Alaska, right behind McKinley, who, of course, has a mountain there named after him.

I'm just going to provide the link to this story and keep my comments to myself. Strange situation though: Condi/Watermelon math test question seen as racist.

In other stuff...
Not everyone loves Band of Horses' debut album.

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