Friday, February 28, 2003
Evening Musings-I'm not quite sure what to make of the latest news out of Iraq. They're cooperating, sorta, on the missiles, but Blix makes the great understatement that "The results in terms of disarmament have been very limited so far." For some reason, I'm thinking about the slowness of Germany to get around to attacking France and the Low Countries in WWII; after the blitzkrieg of Poland, you had a sitzkrieg. However, it was quick and lethal once it got rolling. Just in time for the weekend talkies, the Ninth Circuit upheld the Pledge ruling. It isn't going to stand up on appeal; classic Ninth Circuit idiotarianism. This is an interesting one from the Cereal State (home of flakes, fruits and nuts)-a good hunk of of the San Francisco PD leadership, including the chief of police and two deputies, were indicted on obstruction of justice charges. Their might be a female interim chief, as one of the deputy chiefs not indicted, Heather Fong, is on the short list for the spot.
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