More chatter regarding the ABA Report that says Bush is violating the constitution. Lou Dobbs: Why is the President ignoring our laws? “A bipartisan, 11-member panel of the ABA found that President Bush is not only disregarding laws but using such signing statements far more than any president in history. In fact, Bush has used signing statements to raise constitutional objections to more than 800 provisions in more than 100 laws. All of the presidents combined before 2001 had issued only 600.”
Simon Doonan: “After watching Anderson Cooper’s intrepid reports last week, I am totally convinced that there is room for style on the battlefield. Somehow or other, Gloria’s handsome lad, while dodging bombs in Lebanon, became a style icon. Damn him! He looks so wickedly handsome and au courant! His preferred garments—a cobalt-blue sports shirt under a matte-black top-stitched bulletproof vest—have a definite whiff of the Belgian fashion designer Raf Simons or vintage Helmut Lang about them. As a result, Mr. Cooper gets my fashion-in-the-face-of-adversity award.” (capture via ata)
First UK gay man to be prosecuted for infecting his partner with HIV is on the lam: A warrant was issued for the arrest of Mark James, 47, of Park Road, Burgess Hill, and Judge Jonathan Lowen promised to sentence him in his absence if he is not apprehended within a short time.”
Jared Leto channels…Madonna?
Using Einstein’s theory of relativity to speed the airline boarding process: “According to New Scientist, which reports the research today, it is the first practical application of Einstein’s work outside physics. And the researchers are in talks with a major airline which wants to use their ideas.”
Anatomy of an outing: the Sydney Star Observer dissects the coming out of singer Darren Hayes. “When was the last time you saw me on the red carpet with a fake girlfriend? Some people do that, and I have always chosen to take a higher road than that as I want to be an artist and an expressive person.”
Penny for a gumball, Red-eye!
Readers of Jane magazine want Johnny Depp and Orlando Bloom to go gay in the next Pirates of the Caribbean.