Good morning.

  • The "bombshell" story of which we'd heard is from the Washington Times this morning. It turns out that JF Kerry, who has said repeatedly that he met with "all" members of the U.N. Security Council in the week before the October, 2002, vote to authorize the use of force against Saddam Hussein for non-compliance, did not meet with Mexico, Bulgaria, Columbia, and unidentified then-member of the UNSC. The French ambassador offered that Kerry met alone with both him and the British Ambassador. The Kerry campaign said the meetings were private, although Kerry keeps reminding us that they took place.

    I'll look at this story later. Offhand, it looks like Kerry should be able to nuance this one.

  • JF Kerry has admitted that he is at best a Roman Catholic heretic, but not in those direct words. From the pulpit a Protestant church with a black Congregation in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, he proclaimed: "I love my church, I respect the bishops, but I respectfully disagree." He has openly admitted to heresy.

  • Here's a Paul Classer story in The Weekly Standard's web site describing how the New York Yankees problems mimic those inherent in big government. I'll read this one later and comment, but I have had similar thoughts. There's a lot of money being thrown around inefficiently.

    The Red Sox have baseball's second highest payroll, though. What of them?

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