Amnesty International advocate and panelist Joel Watkins recalled a day when his six-year-old daughter said she wanted to raid the school and gather people to be slaves.
Her idea was to show what Christopher Columbus had done to the Natives when he arrived in America in 1492.
Notre Dame manhandled Arizona State 48-17 on Saturday, adding to the Sun Devils' woes.
The Irish shut down J.R. Redmond and the Sun Devil rushing attack, while Notre Dame quarterback Jarious Jackson passed for 223 yards and rushed for 93.
Perhaps even more damaging to the Sun Devil team were two injuries to key players.
Dinner got cold yesterday in Luxembourg, but not as cold as it is going to get in Serbia. Diplomats from the European Union scheduled a meeting with Serb officials in Luxembourg to try and arrange a plan to replenish heating oil supplies destroyed by the NATO offensive last spring. Officials on both sides have been weighing the benefits of providing heating oil and electricity to Serbia, which is estimated to have lost approximately 40 to 50 percent of the resources required for this winter.
O.J. Simpson was good for Broadway. How? His murder trial forced Americans to doubt the fairness of a justice system that celebrities are seemingly above.
"Chicago: The Drop-Dead Broadway Musical" casts the same skeptical eye at celebrity justice, and in the wake of trials like Simpson's, the show has been revitalized by its newfound social relevance.
"The prohibition of drugs causes crime. You donāt have to legalize it, just decriminalize it. Regulate it. Create places where the addict can go get it."
-Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura, expressing his views on the governmentās current war on drugs to a news magazine this past weekend.