Monday edition - November 15, 2010
Bush on post-presidency: 'I miss being pampered'
Report: Bush lifted quotes for his memoir
Bush says NATO allies let U.S. down in Afghanistan
In Bush's new book, he talks about how
happy he is to be out of Washington, and with all due respect, may I say sir,
that makes 310 million of us.- Will Durst
Top U.S. commander in
Afghanistan, Gen. David Petraeus, was frustrated by the Afghan president's blunt
call for a reduced military footprint in the country —
remark that threatens to undermine efforts to maintain international support for
the war at this week's NATO summit.
Bush is everywhere talking about his book and he's being very candid. In one
interview, he said that he used to do stupid things while he was drunk. But
think about it, who among us hasn't had a couple of drinks and invaded Iraq?"
Breyer versus Scalia
One of the most conservative
justices on the U.S. Supreme Court and one of the most liberal ones sparred
Friday over capital punishment, the direct election of senators and various
other constitutional questions during a rare public debate
that highlighted their philosophical differences.
The University of South Carolina has agreed with the
Justice Department to revise campus policies
to produce more timely and effective responses when students complain of
discrimination and harassment by other students.
Thanks to Larry for the graphic
Palin 2012. Is There Any Doubt?
As Sarah Palin solidifies
her life in the spotlight with her own reality show launching Sunday,
speculation has reached fever pitch: will she remain merely a media phenomenon
or rise to president of the United States?
"Sarah Palin has a show about Alaska premiering Sunday. I was starting to worry that she's underexposed." –David Letterman
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A construction crew in the south-central Chinese city of Changsha has completed a 15-story hotel in just six days. If nothing else, this remarkable achievement will stoke further complaints from American economic pundits that China's economy is far more accomplished than ours in tending to such basics as construction.
expected to overtake the U.S. as the world's biggest economy in the next two
years. Americans couldn't believe it. 'That hasn't happened already?'"
some good news today from President Obama. You know how he's been trying for two
years to shut down Guantanamo Bay. Well, they finally found a place to put the
terrorists. They're going to stick them on the Carnival cruise. Just let them
drift." –Jay Leno
In The Rush To Execute...
During the tumultuous days
of the 2000 Florida recount, George W. Bush, then the governor of Texas,
approved the execution of Claude Jones, who had been convicted in the murder of
a liquor-store owner. Now, 10 years later,
evidence has emerged casting doubt on Jones's guilt...
Street hands out new bonuses. Poor people, get prepared to be trickled down on."
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Real life "Spiderman" Nick Le Souef inspects a spider in the shop window where he will live for the next three weeks with up to 1,000 deadly spiders to raise money for charity in Melbourne on November 15, 2010.Photo/William West
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