October 7, 2003 Tuesday
All Hat No Cattle Recall Prediction from Lisa.
Read Zelda's column for her prediction.
World media descend on California recall vote
...A reporter from Brazil said she could see similarities
between California's recall vote and politics in South America. ...
Voter fraud feared in touch-screen voting
Go Erie, PA - 10-7-03
... Punch-card ballots from today's historic recall ... some computer scientists think touch-screen voting machines ... pregnant" chads, nearly one in 10 California ...
Creating the California recall
Northern Star Online - Oct 6, 2003
- It took more than one misguided policy, one political misstep or one angry wealthy taxpayer to spark California's first gubernatorial recall election. ...
Just say no Cali-fornia. Please. End the Recall being recalled and recalled and recalled......I can't take it anymore!
ALL HAT NO CATTLE MERCENARY JOURNALIST
DIRTY LAUNDRY DONE DIRT CHEAP
Hollywood, Where Wings
London, England: White Tiger Eats Wrong Magician, David Blaine Still Alive."
- Anita Beer freelancing for the international press to subsidize her
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"Arnold is now the front runner. Everyone was snickering about it a month ago, now it looks like he will be the next governor of California. He is so confident he has already chosen a body oil for the inauguration." —David Letterman
Click here for HercuBush Movie - The Bush Who Started It All and His Quest for Body Oil
"Washington is a town where there's all kinds of allegations. You've heard much of the allegations. And if people have got solid information, please come forward with it. And that would be people inside the information who are the so-called anonymous sources, or people outside the information — outside the administration." —George W. Bush, Chicago, Sept. 30, 2003
"I am deeply sorry about that and I apologize."
-Ah-nold in response to the six groping allegations according to the LA Times article
Rove Role in Leak Case Defended
Washington - The White House yesterday
appeared to be laying the groundwork for a defense of key presidential adviser
Karl Rove in discussing the Justice Department's investigation of a Bush
administration leak of a covert CIA officer's identity to a columnist.
In a White House news briefing yesterday, presidential spokesman Scott McClellan responded to questions about Rove's alleged role in the leak by taking pains to distinguish between unauthorized disclosure of classified information and "setting the record straight" on criticism of the administration's handling of intelligence on Iraq....
US defence of Israel hurts its Iraq resolution at UN
Canada.com, Canada - 10-7-03
... new obstacles to securing UN help in Iraq yesterday after George W. Bush, the US President, refused to criticize Israel for its weekend attack inside Syria. ...
US says Israel has a right to defend itself - Hindustan Times
US Opposes Syria ’ s UN Resolution - Arab News
US alone in standing by Israel after attack - Ireland Online
Nobel Peace Prize Hard to Tip, But Jacko Out
Washington Post, DC - 10-7-03
OSLO (Reuters) - This year's Nobel Peace Prize winner is very hard to guess, but US pop star Michael Jackson is among nominees who can forget the award, the ...
|NOBEL PEACE PRIZE WINNERS FROM 1980
Hearing "Imagine" as the theme song for
Kucinich at the recent Democratic National Committee meeting brought back
memories of an excellent October 11, 2001 animation of John Lennon's song:
It still works. The idea of "no religion" is particularly appealing to me as an atheist.
Dear Jim, Thanks for writing. And thanks for the link. Jerry Falwell thinks atheists will go to hell.
Welcome back to CROSSFIRE. Time for "Fireback."
TUCKER CARLSON: But first, the answer to a trivia question about the 1990s that we posed a moment ago. And it was, how many special investigations were launched during the Clinton years. Was it five, said 18 percent, seven, said 66 percent, or 10, said 16 percent. It was, in fact, seven. People have great memories. I'm impressed.
JAMES CARVILLE: And all that that produced was, somebody got convicted of receiving illegal football tickets. There were 30 convictions in the Reagan administration, one in the Clinton.
Wow, the site really ripped. I loved
your Scary Thoughts!! Great Idea for the month of Oct.
You guys are the clearing house for the TreasonGate Scandal. It's where I'm getting most of my info these days. Keep up the great work.
Just finished reading yesterday's AHNC.
Three words: FAB-U-LOUS!
Wow! Fantastic! You both deserve medals or something. How about a cyber high-5 and hug.
Amazing! AHNC has given me hope there's still some sanity remaining in this insane, off the hook world, the right wingnut god-squadders and oil-thirsty imperialists are attempting to beget.
Congrats....for going over the 5 million visitors mark. It surely makes you proud for all your accomplishments.
Thank you all--We are always at your service.
More Traitorous Behavior from the Bush Administration
GAO says Pentagon deficient in monitoring surplus biological,
Stamford Advocate, CT- 10-7-03
WASHINGTON -- The Defense Department did
not properly monitor Internet sales of equipment that could be used to make
chemical and biological weapons, congressional investigators say.
As a result, says the General Accounting Office report being released Tuesday, there is little assurance that excess chemical and biological equipment has not already been obtained by dangerous people....
Another Republican Retiring. What's going on?
Republicans say Nickles intends to announce plans to retire
San Diego Union Tribune, CA - 10-7-03
... Don Nickles, R-Okla., who carved out a solidly conservative record across four
terms in the Senate, intends to announce plans to retire rather than seek re ...
As expected, the ozone hole near Earth's South Pole is back again this year. This year's hole, being slightly larger than North America, is larger than last year but short of the record set on 2000 September 10. The above picture of the ozone hole was taken on September 11 by TOMS on board the orbiting Earth Probe satellite. (NASA)