*Today is the first day of Spring!
*The White House expects a vote on the Health Care Reform Bill by Sunday night. More on this story as it develops.
*Pope Benedict the XVI has attempted to address the issue of sexual misconduct amongst religious personnel in the church hierarchy, but thus far his comments have met with less than favorable results in some areas.
*This week marks the seventh anniversary of the Iraq War, although it has passed without much notice.
*A Federal judge has ruled that the estate of Anna Nicole Smith is not entitled to anything from the estate of former husband J. Howard Marshall. But at this point, does it really matter?
*Congratulations to Dunkin Donuts on their 60th anniversary in business and the comic strip LuAnn by Greg Evans on celebrating its 25th anniversary this week.
*It is my sad duty to report that actor Peter Graves passed away Sunday at the age of 83. Amongst his credits are years of being a narrator on A & E's Biography, and of course originating the role of Jim Phellps on Mission: Impossible.
*By Sunday night, the NCAA College Basketball Tournaments will have completed their second rounds, knocking the competition from an initial field of 64 down to 16 teams in both the Men's and Women's divisions. For those wondering why I did not report on this sooner, it is because no one within my circle of friends is bothering to do the brackets this season other than rooting for their personal favorites.
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