Wednesday, October 05, 2005
What We Need to Know Today
Harriet Miers is a born again Christian who is anti-choice. Don't think because she has no record, she has no opinions.
MIERS IS ANTI-CHOICE
Some school girls in Togo were sent home to have their hair cut because playing with their hair prevented them from concentrating. What?
CUT YOUR HAIR!
Jennifer Gonnerman of the Village Voice looks at self-mutilation inside the Bedford Hills prison.
Ali Mohaqiq Nasab, editor of an Afghan women's rights magazine was jailed after a presidential adviser accused him of publishing un-Islamic material -- including an article critical of the practice of punishing adultery with 100 lashes.
Judy Miller went on the air last night with Lou Dobbs at CNN in her first post jail interview. Here is a transcript.
JUDY MILLER ON LOU DOBBS
Jennifer Weiner is a bona-fide star writer. Her second book, In Her Shoes, will open this weekend with Cameron Diaz and Toni Collette in the leads and her fourth book, Goodnight Nobody, was just released and is already a best-seller. I am so jealous.
JENNIFER WEINER RULES
Its been 10 years since the awesome BBC adaptation of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice and now the same writer Andrew Davies is adapted Sense and Sensibility for broadcast in two years. Why do we have to wait so long?
15 year old golfer Michelle Wie turned pro today. She immediately is a millionaire with the endorsements she has lined up with Sony and Nike. She's also going the Serena Williams route by signing with the Hollywood agency William Morris.