The LAT Descends Into Civil War!
Why the best thing it could do is disappear.
It's also the piece alluded to here (in point #1). The "top editor" who told me he didn't like it was Marty Peretz. A good thing about Marty, I learned, is that you never have to worry that he's secretly mad at you. ... Aside from this one piece, of course, everything I've written has been right. ... P.S.: Andrew claims to "know of no gay bars anywhere that exclude straight guys. We have no issues with straight guys." But if I recall there was a big issue in West Hollywood with gay men's bars discriminating against women. ...
Correction: Originally said 1983, following Sullivan. Always a mistake! ...2:11 P.M. link
Bob Wright's point of maximum rage at me over my (not very effective) attempt to calibrate his condemnation of Ann Coulter comes right about here in our latest bloggingheads session. ... A dark secret about my friendship with Coulter is also revealed. ... 3:52 A.M.
Wednesday, March 7, 2007
1) "I shake hands a lot." (He just wants to connect to people!)
"As celebrities go, the jury favorite seems to be NPR's Nina Totenberg"
--Libby Juror #9 Denis Collins' account on HuffPo.
Tuesday, March 6, 2007
Photograph of Ann Coulter on Slate's home page by Brad Barket/Getty. Photograph of a wedding cake with two grooms on Slate's home page by Hector Mata/AFP Photo. Photograph of Princess Diana on Slate's home page by Georges De Keerle/Getty Images.