News items every newspaper seems to be highlighting this morning:
Ruth Bader Ginsberg finds her voice after 15 years on the Supreme Court. She's begun reading dissents. Editorials in both the NYT's and the Post-Dispatch this morning on the sad state of a conservative court. Boo hoo is the gist of both.
How did he get into the country? Headlines and stories about a man flying around Europe and the U.S. while carrying a bad strain of TB.
Fred Dalton Thompson ready to jump into the republican race for president. This seems to excite just about everyone in all news outlets which leads to the logical conclusion that the 500 others already in the race have bored the heck out of all of us.
The Catsup Bottle Summerfest may be back on in a different location and with a different twist. The associate pastor of Son Life Church on Vandalia, David Amsden, asked the city council for permission to hold the fest on church property. He told the council that they hope to set a Guinness record for making the largest catsup packet during the celebration. By charging visitors a dollar to squirt a bottle of catsup into the packet, they hope to raise money as well as to fill a 10 foot by 3 foot, 1000 pound pack. Ok, so this hasn't been in all the nation's newpapers, but it has been in all the local ones.