Column: Sterling still popular with his future heirs
BEVERLY HILLS - God bless America, and how's everybody?
L.A. Clippers billionaire owner Donald Sterling vowed Thursday to fight the NBA for using an illegally-made tape recording to strip him of his NBA team. Sterling is reputed to still have the first nickel he ever made. Misers are not fun to live with but they make wonderful ancestors.
Google unveiled its new hands-free-driving subcompact car Wednesday with no steering wheel and no accelerator and no brake pedal. It's also easy on gas usage. Engineers point out that it's a hybrid vehicle but it doesn't become fully electrified until it crashes into the light pole.
NASA announced a manned mission to Mars in twenty years to set up a colony there. The colonists would live under a protective dome. Already people are rushing to enroll their kids in the school that's inside the dome, so they don't get stuck in the school that's outside the dome.
President Obama's foreign policy speech Tuesday was ripped as passive by the New York Times last week. However, he's escalated the war in Afghanistan, assassinated Osama bin Laden and ordered drones to attack al-Qaida. It's like he took the Nobel Peace Prize as an insult.
Donald Trump ad-dressed the National Press Club and offered Barack Obama fifty million dollars to produce his birth records. It's three years too late to matter. Republicans were so happy about the killing of Osama bin Laden that they granted President Obama full citizenship.