Sunday, February 27, 2005

Edited by Victor A. Cuvo

CHURCHILL MAY BE OUT IN COLORADO
University of Colorado weighs buyout for Churchill...


Pope appears at hospital window after Angelus

Pope's ill health rekindles debate on ability to lead

LOOK BACK IN TIMESaddam Hussein's half brother is captured


In 1935, a French visitor asked Soviet leader Josef Stalin if he thought Pope Pius XI might prove to be an ally.

"How many divisions can the pope supply us?" Stalin said.

When the pope heard the story -- years later -- his reply was, "Tell my son Josef that he will meet my divisions in eternity."



LOOK BACK IN TIME




Mubarak pushes freer Egypt voting

Ancient coffins unearthed in Egypt

LARRY ELDER
'60 Minutes' wacky piece on black-white adoptions

PATRICK BUCHANAN
Democracies & double standards

DAVID LIMBAUGH
Hillary the chameleon
I have always considered Hillary Clinton a formidable politician, but I haven't really feared a Hillary presidency because I haven't thought she was electable. I'm not quite as sure anymore.

SUSAN ESTRICH: Poor Michael Jackson
http://www.creators.com/opinion_show.cfm?columnsName=ses


Nuclear Deal Done with Russia and Iran

Tax Dollars Have No Place In Political Campaigns


ABC EXECS FORCE ROBIN WILLAMS TO CUT OSCAR SKIT...




SPORTS STUFF
Boxing:
Bob Fitzsimmons, The Forgotten Great
A Decade Later. The Gerald McClellan Tragedy
State of Heavyweight Boxing








HEAVYWEIGHT RANKINGS BY FIGNTNEWS.COM





1. Vitali Klitschko




2. Chris Byrd
3. John Ruiz
4. Hasim Rahman
5. Lamon Brewster
6. James Toney
7. Wladimir Klitschko
8. Danny Williams
9. Andrew Golota
10. Jameel McCline
11. Luan Krasniqi
12. Monte Barrett
13. Samuel Peter
14.Nicolay Valuev
15. DaVarryl Williamson
16. Sergei Liakhovich
BASEBALL:
Manuel, Williams had splendid times
RANDY MILLER
SPRING TRAINING - Hall of Famer Ted Williams was a tremendous influence on the Phillies' manager.
New Phillies manager Charlie Manuel played in 242 games over parts of five Major League seasons from 1969-1975. (Rusty Kennedy/AP)


FOOTBALL:
Clarett Messes Up NFL Combine Workout
BARRY WILNER
INDIANAPOLIS - All that baggage Maurice Clarett has been carrying for years seemed to be riding on his shoulders when he ran Saturday at the NFL combine.


Sunday. February 27, 2005
Weekly Journal of Opinion & Conversation