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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Susan O'Malley
Shaquille O'Neal's new TV show, "Shaq's Big Challenge" — in which he helps weight-challenged kids reshape their bodies — debuts Tuesday night at 9 on ABC.
THE WASHINGTON TIMES Susan O'Malley, who became the first female president of an NBA franchise when she was named to head the Washington Bullets in 1991, will step down from her post as president of Washington Sports and Entertainment when her contract expires June 30.
"But, to break down the barrier means something to women," she added. "It sends a message that you can be anything you want to be."
She admitted she thought about it right before Mr. Pollin decided to part ways with NBA legend Michael Jordan as the team's president of basketball operations after the 2002-03 season.