Trevor's Take

Fahrenheit 9/11, Logically (August 15, 2004)

Chicken Luge Redux (August 14, 2004)

None Dare Call Them Angels (June 10, 2004)

Politics over Patriotism  (May 24, 2004)

Theory Goes Splat!  (May 3, 2004)

None Dare Call Them Redskins - Redux (October 3, 2003)

Wacky California Republicans (August 25, 2003)

Tet Again (July 15, 2003)

Lay Off Annika  (May 20, 2003)

Meet Dawson (April 20, 2003)

Framing the Debate (February 12, 2003)

None Dare Call it Christmas  (November 29, 2002)

Camels, Gnats, and Golf (October 10, 2002)

Arafat, Beauty, and Peace (April 19, 2002)

Airport Security Follies (March 3, 2002)

Chicken Luge  (February 10, 2002)

None Dare Call Them Redskins  (January 10, 2002)

Musings from a Member of the Criminal Class  (November 18, 2001)

Buffalo Bills vs. San Diego Chargers game preview   (October 25, 2001)

Has Islam been Hijacked?  (October 12, 2001)

The Redskins, and Other Disasters  (October 1, 2001)

Madonna's Faith, Madonna's Folly  (September 16, 2001)

Intelligent Retribution - Don't Carpet Bomb Afghanistan  (September 12, 2001)



Because of my broadcast responsibilities with ESPN, I will keep future commentary on the subject of sports.  Please check out my blog.

"God bless the battles they have unjustly thrust upon us.  Please open heaven for our heroes who have died."

--Tambi Matich and Paige Logan, in their song "We are America"


"...For each of us who wants to live in happiness and give happiness, there's another different sort of person wanting to take it away.

"Those people always manage to have their say, and Mars is always close at hand.  We know how to win wars.  We must learn how to win peace.  Make the world accept peace whether they damn well like it or not.  Here is the dove, and here is the bayonet.

"If we ever have a son, I don't want him to go through this again, but I want him powerful enough that no one will be fool enough to touch him.

"He and America should be strong as hell and kind as Christ."

--Lieutenant Thomas Meehan, 101st Airborne Division, May 26, 1944, in a letter to his wife eleven days before D-Day.  He died just after midnight on June 6, when his plane was shot down over Normandy by German antiaircraft fire.


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