By Andrew P. Napolitano
The president's men trash the Constitution to pursue antagonists
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Black flies hummed around stall 58 at Wagner Range. Fort Benning's pine trees shimmered in the distance as the late-morning temperature pushed 95 degrees with the promise of more from the Georgia summer.
Throughout perhaps the most difficult ordeal of his life, Oklahoma State co-defensive coordinator and linebackers coach Glenn Spencer remained dedicated to his craft.
The Japanese nuclear crisis has reignited a debate in the U.S. over the government's role in distributing a cheap anti-cancer drug to people living around nuclear power plants.
For Mike Gundy, part of becoming a better coach was learning to let go.
As he lay in bed after playing in the Bedlam rivalry game for the first time, Andrew McGee just couldn't sleep.
The anti-pork brigade in Congress is poised to receive massive reinforcements next year, with nearly every non-incumbent GOP Senate candidate and hordes of House hopefuls swearing off earmarks themselves or even ready to consider an outright ban for all lawmakers.
When defensive coordinator Bill Young looks at the 11 players he sends onto the field for Oklahoma State's season opener against Washington State on Saturday night, he won't see many of the starters who helped the Cowboys make a defensive breakthrough last season.
"He has such a wonderful family, two young boys who have just unbelievable character," Young said. "You can't describe it. And Glenn is such a wonderful person. Not only is he a great football coach, he's a great man. We all have so much respect and admiration for him. For him to have to go through all this is so sad."
"We knew it was really severe, but we didn't know it was this severe," defensive coordinator Bill Young said. "A shock to us all. Just really a sad, sad deal."