Archive: April, 2012
There's no smoking gun, but former New York Timesman Don Van Natta Jr.'s piece about the firing of Joe Paterno and PSU president Graham Spanier and the role that Gov. Corbett played in all of this is a fascinating read. On one hand, it's important to remember that firing Paterno (and certainly the clueless and grossly overpaid Spanier) was the right call given what we knew then about the Sandusky case -- and what we know now. On the other hand, Corbett comes off as looking way too eager to make this happen.
Tomorrow's "news" today:
It was definitely an E-ticket of a political roller coaster ride, with thrills that ranged from revealing that college is actually for “snobs” to debating whether the Crusades were a good thing,
Sweater vest, we hardly knew ye.
Rick Santorum pulls out before the climax of the GOP presidential race.
Monday brings a redesign and extensive reorganization of the product that longtime readers may find disorienting and even off-putting, based on conversations with Sun-Times insiders and a memo to editors outlining the changes.
Rush Limbaugh -- the dominant force in conservative talk radio in America for more than two decades -- is leaving his long-time Philadelphia perch on 50,000-watt AM station WPHT, apparently for an unknown rival.
Watching the Phillies try to hit a baseball.
Just as everyone predicted.
Um, this guy -- who was a ranking official in the State Department during the Bush years:
A top adviser to former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice warned the Bush administration that its use of “cruel, inhuman or degrading” interrogation techniques like waterboarding were “a felony war crime.”