As fighting rages in Fallujah and Najaf, and as John Kerry explains that he threw his ribbons but not his medals over the wall in 1971, other things are happening that will shape the world and America's place in it for years to come.
When it comes to malicious partisanship Senator Tom Daschle knows no bounds.
As you may have heard, but cared very little about, there's a major battle taking place in Hollywood between the WGA, the Writer's Guild of America, and the AMPTP, which stands for the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers and not, as you might have assumed, the Asinine Moguls and Pretentiously Touchy Prima Donnas.
"Those moral differences are for all Vermonters to wrestle with in the privacy of their spiritual domain."
That's good writing.
Jesse Jackson's grade-B performance over the past several months has highlighted several issues in ways he never intended.
Here at breast-watch headquarters, we can't help observing that mammary glands still are wreaking havoc with men, especially among the newest victim class - alienated fathers.
President George W. Bush says unequivocally, "Racial profiling is wrong and we will end it in America."