Brian Wilson, one of the best talk show hosts in the country, invited me back on his program for tomorrow (Wednesday, 5/31) at 5 pm Eastern time. You can listen live here. He is on WSPD in Toledo, 1370 AM. Should be plenty of laughs and a bumper crop of wry Wilson repartees to boot.
Archive | May, 2006
The transcript of my interview on Al Jazeera is now online here. There is an audio link button near the top of the page. The host, Ahmed Mansour, was the Al Jazeera correspondent who stayed in Fallujah during the first US attack on that city in April 2004. Rumsfeld denounced him by name and made […]
The edit page at USA Today asked me to send over a couple sentences of comments on a column by Al Neuharth on whether students should play or work during the summer. My two bits: “Real jobs can be an excellent antidote to some of the tripe students hear in classrooms. Doing onerous work or […]
I flew to London last week. I arrived at Heathrow on a Tuesday afternoon, coming in from Hamburg, Germany. The line for clearing immigration was not very long. For the non-European Union arrivals, there were two British female clerks behind their “desks.” They were blond yet androgynous. Only one of them was working – the other […]
I received this love letter after the appearance last Wednesday on Al Jazeera – I saw ur interview on al jazeera network and i watched it with a great displeasure of the issues that were discussed , and by the way i want to tell u that i am jordanian and i ‘ve been living […]
OK, maybe I was wrong in the prior blog about Bush’s new CIA nominee, Michael Hayden, not being linked to the poker-and-poking scandal at the Watergate. TalkingPointsMemo muckraker project reports that “While director of the National Security Agency, Gen. Michael V. Hayden contracted the services of a top executive at the company at the center […]
Michael Hayden, the former chief of the National Security Agency, was nominated today by President Bush to be the new chief of the CIA. Thus far, there have been no reports linking Hayden to hookers & poker games at the Watergate. While serving as NSA chief, Hayden deceived Congress in October 17, 2002 testimony regarding […]