No enemy need attack the United States. With all the...

Bergerisms

March 03, 2000|By Dan Berger

No enemy need attack the United States. With all the shooting, we are doing the job ourselves.

The Pinochet precedent is that, while he may have been saved by senility, on principle he might be tried in a Spanish court for what he did as ruler of Chile; and so may anyone else.

Judge Rasin agrees to putting judges in jail as long as they are let out nights and weekends.

Would Marconi's be Marconi's in a Mies van der Rohe building?

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