Beware the Ideas of March
I'm a college football fan first and foremost, but ever since the BCS ruined the New Year's Day bowl extravaganza, I have to admit that the first two days of the NCAA Tourney are the most hectic/exciting/crazy and fun sporting event we have. Having 32 games in two days is an overload...and yet somehow it works perfectly.
Global warming (now frequently being called "climate change" by its devotees because the last three years have been cooling off!) is a religion. And a false one.
Hillary Clinton has all of the advantages in the race for President. But somehow I still don't think she's going to win. I can't believe this country wants to be hectored by that harridan for four years.
Spring football practice at Alabama starts on the 24th. Early reports from the unofficial "voluntary" workouts are that tongues are hanging out from all the work. I can't wait to see what Nick Saban does with this team.
Word is Fred Thompson may run for President. Guess he can legitimately call himself the "law and order" candidate.
Daylight Savings Time stinks. I happily lived for seven years in Arizona without losing that hour in the spring. So curse you Ben Franklin.
And finally, with apologies to William Shakespeare, it's not the Ides of March that scare me...the Ides of April and the IRS have that one beat to pieces.