Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Other stuff...

KY-4 is in the national spotlight. It deserves to be. There are at least two former Congressmen running to get their old jobs back. Ken Lucas may be a conservative Democrat but he should take some GOP support away from Geoff Davis.

Ben Chandler's cousin, Erin Chandler, is going to be making a movie dealing with her growing up.
Shooting of "Kentucky Rhapsody" will begin in mid-October and continue for more than a month in Kentucky. Scenes will be shot in Louisville, Lexington and at a cabin in Versailles still owned by the Chandler family. Some scenes also will be filmed in Las Vegas and Los Angeles. After the movie is completed, Chandler plans to screen it in Kentucky and at film festivals.
I don't think I posted this let but according to General Wesley Clark, the president is "derelict in his duty."

John Grisham's The Innocent Man will be released on October 10, 2006. The book is non-fiction.

Elizabeth, John and Cate Edwards are going to be appearing on Oprah tomorrow.

John Howard gets it right.
"There must be unconditional acceptance throughout the entire Arab world, without exception, of Israel’s right to exist in peace and security behind recognized borders," John Howard told a security conference in the Australian city of Canberra.

Howard also said the international community must act resolutely to deal with Iran’s nuclear program.
Howard is prime minister of Australia.

A new song, "Our Country," by Indiana rocker John Mellencamp will be displayed in GM ads.

The middle is crowded. I hope it is not too crowded for Senator Bayh to win the Democratic nomination in 2008.

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