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Morning Whip, July 26, 2005

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The Whip #10: We're gonna die (in 2036)--Asteroid strike
NASA considers what to do about asteroid that will come way too close to Earth.

As always, click on the article title above or on "read more" below to get the entire list. #9: Payola Lives!
New York Attorney General settles with Sony BMG for $10 million over payments to radio stations for playing Sony artists' songs.

#8: Denver and the Sun Belt Conference wrestle with geography
Denver University is in the far-flung Sun Belt Conference, which is starting to reconfigure itself as a Southeastern-U.S. based conference. So, where does that leave Denver?

#7: Royals pummeled by White Sox
Sure, KC fans got their doughnuts, but they sure suffered for it.

#6: Top ten reasons to privatize public broadcasting
One top ten list deserves another. From David Boaz at the Cato Institute.

#5: Kelo decision blowback continues
The Supreme Court's profoundly wrongheaded eminent domain Kelo decision continues to have New Hampshire activists gunning for Justice Souter's N.H. home.

#4: Plame Game
In a stunning and unexpected development, the Blogosphere is actually calling for . . . justice to run its course?

#3: Bolton headed for recess appointment
Tiring of Democrat intransigence, President Bush considers a recess appointment of John "Big Meanie" Bolton to U.N. Ambassador.

#2: Give our soldiers a cup of coffee!
Kansas City area coffee shop asks patrons to buy coffee to send to troops overseas. Via Faces from the Front.

#1: Boy Scout leaders die in Virginia jamboree accident
Four adult leaders die in electrical accident. Jamboree to go on.