In hour two I am discussing the Gitmo prisoners with two of my Chapman law School colleagues, Professors Katherine Darmer and Kynrda Rotunda.
One of the reasons I am a confirmed optimist about the American economy even in the midst of the financial panics of the past two weeks is that I come across extraordinary young entrepreneurs almost every week. This past Saturday as I wandered around the campus of my wife’s alma mater, UC Davis, I met the founders of The Collegiate Bicycle Company (www.CollegeBikes.com), and they gladly told me their story.
They married their experience in bike shops to the obvious love of alma mater around the country and have arranged for the licensing and production of bikes that reflect the old school ties. They were hawking Cal Aggie bikes at Davis on Saturday and by early afternoon they were down to two remaining models. Most often they sell through bike stores, but the advantage they gain from meeting and greeting customers is of course crucial to tweaking their business.
Visit their site at collegebikes.com. Warning: There is no USC bike in stock in recognition no doubt that if the band can’t march and play at the same time the alums can hardly be expected to stay up[right on a bike.
Writing in the Wall Street Journal, Stanley Kurtz details the close working relationship between Barack Obama and the unrepentant terrorist William Ayers: “Obama and Ayers Pushed Radicalism In Public Schools.”
It is incredible that MSM has not covered or investigated this story or the related stories of Obama’s deep and long associations with Tony Rezko and Jeremiah Wright. Never has so little been written about so large a series of stories about a modern presidential candidate.