We have drifted so far from the shore that civil liberties have become an unseemly liberal intellectual abstraction no longer widely recognized as the bedrock of our democracy. ~ SHAUN MULLEN
Friday, June 26, 2009
On The Road Again. Again.
Barring a big development, and that we can do without, blogging will be light and on autopilot for the next several days. I'll be on the road doing a (hopefully) final round of interviews for my forthcoming book and will trot out some golden oldies until I'm back in the 'hood.
Shaun Mullen was born to blog. It just took a few years for the medium to catch up to the messenger. Over a long career with newspapers, this award-winning editor and reporter covered the Vietnam War, O.J. Simpson trials, Clinton impeachment circus and coming of Osama bin Laden, among many other big stories. Mullen also mentored reporters who went on to be the best in the newspaper and television business, including two who won Pulitzer Prizes in 2010. He is the author of "The Bottom of the Fox: A True Story of Love, Devotion & Cold-Blooded Murder" and the forthcoming "Brothers At Arms." His next book will be "There's A House In The Land," a tale of the 1970s.