It started last month when I was watching yet another news story about the 33 Chilean miners, and yelling at the TV about the 8000 kids who die every day in Africa and Asia. Why not save the kids, too? We could rescue 33 of them for the price of a dinner at Sizzler.

Not an original thought, but I felt strongly enough to consider writing something about it for PunditWire.

Until I noticed a little box on the Washington Post editorial page about their “Next Great American Pundit” contest. First prize: you get to write 13 op-eds for the Post. Sorry PW. I entered, made their group of 50 finalists, then the next group of ten—before finishing seventh in the third round. Continue reading CLASH PRIZES