If there's one thing I know about Kentucky Basketball tickets for students, it's that they go FAST!
They actually allow email voting? That's a crazy idea!!! Who in the right mind would vote by email?
This year, thousands of soldiers around the world have the opportunity to vote in the Nov. 7 elections by e-mail. It's part of a Pentagon effort to make it easier for overseas military personnel to cast ballots in federal and state elections, and it reflects how the Internet has changed life in the combat zone.No, Mr. President, you are wrong! America does not lose under Democrats.
But computer security experts inside and outside the government warned that the Pentagon's Federal Voting Assistance Program ignores the risks associated with unencrypted e-mail: interception, hacking and identity theft.
"E-mail traffic can flow through equipment owned and operated by various governments, companies and individuals in many countries," Joel Rothschild, a Navy Reserve captain, said in an August report prepared for the Pentagon. "It is easily monitored, blocked and subject to tampering."
The Chairman of the House Armed Services committee, Congresman Duncan Hunter of California, will likely be a Republican candidate for president.
According to the ADL, there are no moderate Muslims to have a dialogue with.
Hoops legend Red Auerbach passed away at the age of 89. May he rest in peace.
Jim Webb campaigned with former Governor Mark Warner the other day. If it's any good news, in most states, you don't have to deal with political ads for another year and a half during the primary elections.
I actually know and have corresponded back and forth with some of the bloggers mentioned here.
Politics take a step into a new frontier.
Jerry Abramson is running for Mayor, not Governor.
I have to agree with Bill Plaschke's comments on the Cardinals. I remember when the CJ did a preview of the Cards as well as the Reds. As to a neutral site for the World Series, I'm not so sure about that. It should be noted that Plaschke is a graduate of Ballard and occasionally appears on ESPN's Around the Horn.
Is there a fine line between legal and illegal political talk?
I get my non-sports news from the papers, MSNBC, and Brian Williams. Brian should be glad to hear that.
Are you obsessed with SNL? Then read this.
Your political heavy hitters are easy to find. Just don't expect Senator John Kerry to help you anytime soon. He's cancelled all his appearances after a botched joke he made the other day.
That's all for now.