Monday edition - October 2, 2006
FBI will investigate Foley's sex messages to teens
Doctors push for Iraq pull-out
White House accuses reporter Bob Woodward of
I wonder if the GOP will open a NAMBLA division?
Congress passed a law allowing teachers to strip-search students. What could possibly go wrong there?! -- Jay Leno
MILITARY DEATHS Kansas City Star
50 bodies found as violence continues throughout Iraq Unison.ie, Ireland
Woman, Child Killed in Raid at Baghdad Slum at The Los Angeles Times (reg. req'd)
3 NATO Troops Hurt in Afghan Bombing The Ledger, FL
Video shows hijackers a year before 9/11 Houston Chronicle
Bush Retains 'Full Confidence' in Embattled Rumsfeld
Secretary of State
Condoleezza Rice said she cannot recall then-CIA chief George Tenet warning her
of an impending al-Qaida attack in the United States, as a new book claims he
did two months before the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
"What I am quite certain of is that I would remember if I was told, as this account apparently says, that there was about to be an attack in the United States, and the idea that I would somehow have ignored that I find incomprehensible," Rice said.
George W. Bush: "Denier In Chief" - Grant Gerver
No survivors at jungle crash site Miami Herald
Chavez says he has White House informant USA Today
"A report leaked to the New York Times insinuates that the Iraq war has actually helped spread the Jihadist movement. President Bush none too pleased about the report. [on screen: Bush calling the assumption that going to Iraq was a mistake, naive]. Wow, going to Iraq being a mistake is naive? How naive? This kind of naive? [on screen: VP Dick Cheney saying, 'I really do believe we will be greeted as liberators']. That kind of naive?." --Jon Stewart
Osama bin Laden - The Godfather
The FBI's top
counterterrorism official harbors lots of concerns: weapons of mass destruction,
undetected homegrown terrorists and the possibility that old-fashioned mobsters
will team up with al-Qaida for the right price.
Though there is no direct evidence yet of organized crime collaborating with terrorists, the first hints of a connection surfaced in a recent undercover FBI operation. Agents stopped a man with alleged mob ties from selling missiles to an informant posing as a terrorist middleman.
Another Grand Old Phondler - Raincoat and all! - Yahoo Photo
“The allegations against Congressman Foley are repugnant, but equally as bad is the possibility that Republican leaders in the House of Representatives knew there was a problem and ignored it to preserve a Congressional seat this election year.” -- Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV)
Foley Fallout Spurs Finger-Pointing Among Republicans CQPolitics.com
Hastert's office says he didn't know of alleged explicit instant ... Chicago Sun-Times
The Republicans perfect storm?
The Leaker in Chief Los Angeles Times
Supreme Court will revisit race, abortion issues Detroit Free Press
FOX NEWS - 10 Years Later
Fox News Channel will mark
its 10th anniversary this week in an unusual position: knocked back on its
The network is in the midst of its first-ever ratings slump.
Donald Rumsfeld, right, observes a crater of Masaya volcano, in Masaya, Nicaragua, Sunday, Oct. 1, 2006. Rumsfeld is visiting Nicaragua for take part in the VII Conference of Ministers of the Defense of the Americas.(Photo/Melvin Vargas, Ministry of Defense)
"More problems for Virginia Senator George Allen. As you know, he's been accused of making racially insensitive remarks. A number of classmates of Allen's have come forward and said he used the 'N' word quite a bit. He says he doesn't remember that. You know the reason he doesn't remember? Because he never said it to a black guy." --Jay Leno
Murtha critics, supporters rally in Pa. Seattle Post Intelligencer
Jesus gives Woodward's State of Denial two thumbs way up. - Grant Gerver
Ex-page says he saw suggestive e-mails
Oil rises over $63 Business Day
Dollar rises to 5 1/2-month high in Asian trading International Herald Tribune
Hitachi to make flat panel TVs at Czech plant International Herald Tribune
Yahoo opens up its e-mail program BBC News
Fox's Shephard Smith does not tow NeoCon line?
Naughty Bush Photos
"The U.N. said there is more torture going on now in Iraq than when Saddam was there. If we could only get torture back to the Saddam levels maybe that would be a victory." — Bill Maher
Inmates Detail Us Prison Near Kabul
At Gitmo, detainees get La-Z-Boys, pastries
A White House divide on detainees International Herald Tribune, France
Guantanamo camp guards receive Ramadan lessons Baltimore Sun
A Last-Minute Deal on Detainees U.S. News & World Report, DC
Jenna Bush looks different in this picture - She's off to Panama
The Top 10 Conservative Idiots, No. 262
Cheney's vice presidency marked by non-stop campaigning Oxford Press, OH
Cubin seeking campaign help from Cheney Billings Gazette, USA
Bush photographed praising Foley as child-sex S.W.A.T. team leader!!!
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Neighbor catches baby who fell 3 floors
An Indonesian chef makes a finishing touch on a chocolate-made mosque miniature at a hotel in Jakarta, Indonesia, Thursday, Sept. 28, 2006. The 4.5 meter-tall and 2.5 meter-wide (14.76 by 8.2 feet) sculpture was made of 250 kilograms (551.15 pounds) of chocolate and displayed to greet Islamic holy month of Ramadan. (Photo/Tatan Syuflana)