One time deal or a start to a series of negotiations, I am not sure I care. I am, though, rather skeptical that the Bush administration is sending the number three State Department person – William Burns – to Geneva this weekend to join other countries in sitting down with an Iranian nuclear negotiator. Is… Continue reading Iranian “Negotiations”
The “rabbit” of most gardens, zucchini is started to ripen and there has to be ways to use it. Here are two of favs! Both recipes are from allrecipes.com. Zucchini Yogurt Multigrain Muffins 1 ½ cups all-purpose, unbleached flour ¾ cup whole wheat flour ¾ cup oat flour (I use 1 ½ cups whole wheat… Continue reading Zucchini Recipes
I am sure Minnesotans were hoping the issue of Jesse Ventura moving back into the political arena in their state would end quickly. The race in question – a US Senate race – is already the source of constant speculation as comic Al Franken has left comedy behind to run against incumbent Norm Coleman. Ventura… Continue reading Jesse Ventura and Politics … Again?
Ah, a headline like that is definitely what McCain’s campaign doesn’t need. What else can be said, though, after McCain’s own admission that he doesn’t know how to get online yet? I admit I telecommute so spend more time on a computer than a lot of people. I have had a web site since the… Continue reading John McCain and the 21st Century