Thursday, June 23, 2005


Back to business

My apologies, ladies and gentlemen, for my lack of blog involvement over the past several days. I had some urgent family business that demanded my attention, and, no matter how much I love politics and other pursuits, my family comes first. So, to dispel some rumors, I was not at the Southern Baptist Convention in Nashville (although I probably should have been, given the SBC's eroding stand on sin - the same way that the Methodist church began to disintegrate in the 1990s), giving Coach Phil Fulmer legal advice regarding his players (who are acting more moronic every day - even years after they have left the program), or taking part in the protest at Bredesen's office over TennCare. I was, however, able to attend the grand opening of the Regal Pinnacle 18 (thanks to Betsy Pickle for the early schedules) and work in an interview over Gitmo interrogations with Terri Friedman of The Daily Beacon.

I'll try to put together a few posts this afternoon. Possible subjects include a long overdue post on the GOP Statesman's Dinner from this weekend, the U.S. Supreme Court making me glad that I can bear arms (especially in Tennessee), and a Kentucky legal/political blogger being harassed by Democrats. More to come...

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