Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Another story on the Buchanan County case

People who ask me what came of the Buchanan County case can read the latest in this story by Daniel Gilbert.

Chief Justice Roberts and James Madison

USA Today reports here that the Chief Justice will speak at the ceremony marking the restoration of James Madison's home called Montpelier, on September 17.

Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Highlight from last week

Last week, I had a hearing before Judge Turk, in his library in Roanoke.

And, Baby Girl was right there with us, checking the scene, echoing the judge's sentiment that it was good to see us all.

That would be the way to do it, be a judge and take the dog to court.

Monday, September 01, 2008

And, Jerry Fuhrman said . . .

"Do you suppose the Washington Post would have written this (in "Mr. McCain's Choice") if Tim Kaine (who has no more political experience than Sarah Palin does) had been chosen to be Obama's running mate?"

- from this From on High post.

She said it

"Smith makes women feel like they can do anything. . . . Randolph-Macon used to do that."

Mother of former student at Randolph-Macon, one of the plaintiffs in the litigation against the school, quoted here.

On picking up the deer that ran away

It says here:

"Virginia is the only state that has a right to retrieve law, allowing hunters to do so."

Wow, not even close

I was there for the U.S.C. Trojans game, and it was the worst I've seen in person since the 1980s.