Wednesday edition - January 28, 2009
Citi pushed to cancel jet order as US clamps down on bank rescue
Obama to hear advice of service chiefs on Iraq
Treasury Moves to Restrict Lobbyists From Influencing Bailout Program
Isn't it nice to have a president who doesn't swagger?
Bush is enjoying retirement in Crawford, Texas, maybe not as much as we are." --David
The-World-Will-Be-A-Safer-Place-Without George W. Bush
US military deaths in Iraq war at 4236 The Associated Press
Sunni Arabs embracing local Iraq elections CNN International
US focus shifts to Afghanistan BBC News, UK
In response to soldier's death, Israel bombs Gaza tunnels International Herald Tribune
Britain gets world's deadliest destroyer Reuters UK, UK
The tragic demise of Pat Tillman is the Star Spangled tragedy of ... Mirror.co.uk, UK
President Bush is back at his place in Texas. It's known as Rancho Inepto."
Residents blame family's murder-suicide on economy San Jose Mercury News
Sarah Palin Keeps Name In The News
Sarah Palin, the Alaska governor and former GOP vice presidential nominee, has started a political action committee called SarahPAC.
Sarah Palin has now created a new political action committee - SarahPac. I don’t know about you, but doesn’t SarahPac sound like something overpriced in the handbag department at Neiman Marcus? - Laugh Lines
As a Psychologist, Examining Gender Dynamics on Morning Joe
Top Albany Republican in attack on Paterson's 'credibility' New York Daily News, NY
Texas Republicans assail Obama's plan on economy Houston Chronicle
The Republicans Are Smiling, but They're Not Buying Washington Post
HEATED EXCHANGE FRIES 'SCARBOROUGH' FEED New York Post, NY
Pig Of The Day: GEORGE BUSH SENIOR - Wonkette
Bush On Their Minds
As they begin meeting in Washington today, many members of the Republican National Committee are focusing their ire against what they considered George W. Bush's anti-conservative policies and trying to dump the man he tapped to run the GOP.
Obama woos GOP on stimulus, but may not get bipartisan vote McClatchy Newspapers -
Russian Border Control
bailiffs have recovered millions of rubles in debt from delinquent borrowers
by barring them from travelling abroad until they pay up.
Government bailiffs said they had signed orders for 82,000 foreign travel bans and recovered almost 800 million roubles (17 million pounds) from debtors -- some of whom only found out when they arrived at the border with their bags packed.
Governor Blagojevich is being
impeached. Of course, the state of Illinois is already searching for a new
crooked politician to take his place. - David Letterman
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Ex-Guantanamo inmates return to militancy in Yemen The Christian Science Monitor
No Nodding Allowed
An Ohio firefighter has been given a six-month suspension from his role in a pipe and drum band because he nodded to President Barack Obama during last week's inaugural parade in Washington.
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Birth of octuplets rattles fertility experts
Los Angeles Times In honor of
Jackson Pollack's birthday, I dug up this photo I took when I went to the Green
River Cemetery in East Hampton on Long Island years ago. The most famous
figures in the cemetery are Jackson Pollock and his wife, Lee Krasner, whose
tombstones are boulders bearing their signatures etched in bronze. His art lived
on through his tombstone, which truly has a commanding presence. Photo/Lisa
Birth of octuplets rattles fertility experts Los Angeles Times
In honor of Jackson Pollack's birthday, I dug up this photo I took when I went to the Green River Cemetery in East Hampton on Long Island years ago. The most famous figures in the cemetery are Jackson Pollock and his wife, Lee Krasner, whose tombstones are boulders bearing their signatures etched in bronze. His art lived on through his tombstone, which truly has a commanding presence.