No White Dwarf magazine in prison (apparently, Dragon is similarly banned.)
Stewart Wieck's goodbye letter, as the World of Darkness ends. (Courtesy Magistrate.)
And the rest:
Grrr: Ehrlich to cut funding for public schools and other beneficial programs. (Courtesy Miss Scarlett.)
Freaky: pics of the hole in the sky over Mobile.
* 9/11 suspects may face tribunals instead of criminal courts.
* Bush's space speech lacks focus NASA needs. And, the NYTimes has reasons to be cautious about the whole thing.
* BBC analysis of Bush's marriage project plans.
* Clark could become Bush's worst nightmare.
* Suicide rate for soldiers in Iraq elevated.
* The world is falling behind in the war on poverty.
* Park Police fail terrorism test.
* WashingtonPost.com launches... a dating section. Huh.
* NBC may launch its fall season start in August.
"No president of the United States should employ misguided ideology and distortion of the truth to take the nation to war... In doing so, the president broke the basic bond of trust between the government and the people. If Congress and the American people knew the whole truth, America would never have gone to war."
-Sen. Edward Kennedy