- There may be a God, after all: A.L. Kennedy sounds off twice in one day.
Always wanted to live in a country people flee for fear of religious persecution? Then congratulations, we finally made it. Great news for me, of course — writers get hit just after the minorities, so I can look forward to massively increased sales, especially if they’re posthumous, and a whole bunch of cheery postcards from Amnesty International.
(Prior Kennedy diatribe here.)
- Author Rick Warren teams up with the Bush Administration to make Rwanda potentially both the first purpose driven and faith-based-endorsed nation on Earth.
- Scott McLemee takes note of the beautiful symmetry to the condescension that flows between journalists and academics.
- Lance Mannion still feels sorry for Bret Easton Ellis.