Monday edition - January 5, 2009





Israeli Forces Push Deeper Into Gaza
New York Times - 1-5-09
ISRAELI-GAZA BORDER - Backed by fire from air, sea and land, Israeli troops and tanks continued to push deeper into Gaza on Monday after rebuffing diplomatic efforts to end the 10-day...


Marines in combat still seek a better flak vest
The Associated Press - Jan 3, 2009
"I've worn the vest on my travels into Iraq and Afghanistan, and I can tell you those Marines have raised some valid points," Conway told the AP by e-mail

Obama chokes up as he says goodbye to Chicago
Chicago Sun-Times, United States -  1-5-09
President-elect Barack Obama had a tough, lonely last night in his Chicago home


Al Franken has been declared winner of his race in Minnesota once again insuring the U.S. Senate will be 100 percent full of comedians. – Will Durst


The-World-Will-Be-A-Safer-Place-Without George W. Bush

Gaza Deaths Update


A health ministry official says 64 Palestinian civilians have been killed since the ground assault began. The new deaths brought the death toll in the Gaza Strip to more than 512 since Dec. 27th.

Five Israelis have been killed since the offensive began.



Bored with C-SPAN programming? Check out all the latest frauds and Ponzi schemes in real time on the action-packed new TV channel, C-SCAM. - Laugh Lines



Disturbing News

Just Shoot Me


Another President Bush?

Perhaps so, says former President George H.W. Bush, who has already seen one son, George W., serve in the Oval Office. The nation's 41st president said Sunday that he would like to see a second son, Jeb, be president one day.

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Republican-Shenanigans News




Democrat Al Franken will be declared the winner of the tight U.S. Senate contest in Minnesota, emerging from a ballot recount with a slim margin over Republican Norm Coleman, state officials said on Sunday.

Rock-The-Voter News


Petition Wal-Mart to Hire Alberto Gonzales - Jesus' General


Biz-Tech News


 Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC was examined at least eight times in 16 years by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and other regulators, who often came armed with suspicions, the Wall Street Journal said.




A Detroit lawyer was told he owed the I.R.S. five cents and he’d better pay up or face a penalty, and then was told the I.R.S. owed him four cents back but if he wanted it, he’d have to request a refund. If you ask me, this is not incompetence but a sign that the I.R.S. should be put in charge of managing the Treasury Department’s bailout loans.  - Laugh Lines


Bush-Prison-Torture News

Divine Intervention Needed


Todd Gitlin , a professor of journalism and sociology at Columbia University , saw the policies as having harsh implications that are likely to reverberate for years: "Bush's catastrophic occupation of Iraq has set America's world position back with such scope and intensity as to require a divine intervention if it is ever to be wiped off the books," he said.


The Devil’s in the Details: Cheney Explains the Missing Emails


Go-F**k-Yourself News




Dave Barry Year in Review: Bailing out of 2008



Spread peace at a glance



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Swimmers dodge big chunks of ice during the 23rd annual polar bear swim in Jacksonport, Wisconsin. Photo/Christine Nesheim