Thursday, February 10, 2005

Saving Star Trek

At first we thought that the response to 9/11 was something which could unite the country. Unfortunately, George Bush chose to squander this feeling of national unity, as well as international support, for partisan gain.

Now we have another tragedy which is showing signs of uniting left and right--the cancellation of Star Trek by UPN, which we previously wrote about. This is also the topic at yesterday, a site which bills itself as ultra-conservative, and proves it with its list of commentators worth reading, including Ann Coulter and Robert Novsk.

Yoshida has some interesting suggestions for saving Star Trek, such as fusing "the show with other genres to create a new and innovative program."

If we ever see CSI Vulcan on the air, Yoshida will deserve the credit for the idea.


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