Sunday, August 27, 2006


Sorry for the paucity of posts. Lots going on that's keeping us from the keyboard. Good stuff, really. We'll get back into the swing now that Springfield Public Schools is back in session.


•Wes Wester, a recent addition to the morning show on KWTO-AM, died Sunday evening, apparently of natural causes. He was 48.

•Katherine Harris, the GOP congresswoman who wants to be a U.S. Senator, told a Baptist newspaper that U.S. politics would be much better if only Christians were in office:
"If you are not electing Christians, tried and true, under public scrutiny and pressure, if you're not electing Christians, then in essence you are going to legislate sin."
Given the large population of Jewish voters in Florida, this was not a wise move.

•We're looking forward to the publication of a new magazine in Springfield. STIM is set to go to press sometime in September; we'll let you know the precise date when copies hit the street. Yes, we have a piece scheduled for the first issue, but that's not why we're blurbing the mag. The more publications in Springfield, the better.

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