Monday edition - October 30, 2006
Voting machine firms confirm US probe
First lady expected to draw thousands
Voting Machine Cos.: No Ties
If Republicans can hack our electronic voting machines, what's to stop Democrats from doing the same?
The latest Rove attack ad: "Democrats: inflexible on the Constitution" - www.seriouskidding.com
October death toll in Iraq rises to 100
At least 31 killed in bomb at Baghdad market Ireland Online, Ireland
Pakistan army kills up to 80 at Qaeda-linked school
US Official Says Further North Korea Nuclear Tests Probable Voice of America
Iran criticizes US-led nuke exercise Houston Chronicle
Saddam's chief lawyer walks out WXXA, NY
US weapons missing in Iraq Boston Globe
From the front lines of Iraq
and Afghanistan to here at home, soldiers blogging about military life are under
the watchful eye of some of their own.
A Virginia-based operation, the Army Web Risk Assessment Cell, monitors official and unofficial blogs and other Web sites for anything that may compromise security.
Mexican police clash with protesters Boston Globe
Australia against Kyoto despite new climate change report Monsters and Critics.com
Crash pilot 'ignored storm advice'
Pigs Source Of Spinach E Coli Outbreak Say Investigators Medical News Today
SNL’s Glimpse Into The Final Week Of RNC Ads
The Top 10
Rove remains optimistic about GOP election chances San Jose Mercury News, USA
Tony Snow in 'Dunking' Contest with Press
Freedom from the press
"Nothing that we believe in the world would exist without you. We're all sort of Jewish wannabes." -- Katherine Harris
to welcome President Clinton. And I see she's brought her husband." --
Jagger at his concert 10-29-06
Onward U.S. Cadets
A federal judge on Friday threw out a lawsuit against the U.S. Air Force that contended evangelical Christian values were being illegally pushed on Air Force Academy cadets.
NBC, CW reject ads for Dixie Chicks doc CBC News, Canada
My Pet Waterboard by Dick Cheney as told to President George W. Bush ~A Book About Torture for Kids~ Forward by Bill O'Reilly (The O'Reilly Factor for Kids), Sean Hannity & Rush Limbaugh -- www.seriouskidding.com
Guantanamo may be final home for many detainees Washington Post
Cheney told The Washington Post in October 2000:
"The reports of my novel are
greatly exaggerated. Nevertheless, I hope they improve sales."
Lynn Cheney's Novel for sale on Amazon
low price: $695.00
Cheney: War is test of US character Kansas City Star
Dick Cheney denied he was endorsing water-boarding torture of detainees when he told an interviewer Tuesday that a dunk in the water was a no-brainer. This issue could really explode. Wait until the Muslims figure out he meant baptizing them. -- Argus Hamilton, comedian
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Curry may keep elderly minds sharp China Daily, China
This image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope and provided Thursday Oct. 26, 2006 shows the scattered remains of an exploded star named Cassiopeia A. Spitzer's infrared detectors 'picked' through these remains and found that much of the star's original layering had been preserved. In this false-color image, the faint, blue glow surrounding the dead star is material that was energized by a shock wave, called the forward shock, which was created when the star blew up. The forward shock is now located at the outer edge of the blue glow. Stars are also seen in blue. Green, yellow and red primarily represent material that was ejected in the explosion and heated by a slower shock wave, called the reverse shock wave. ( Photo/NASA)