Wednesday edition - December 10, 2008
POLITICAL CORRUPTION CROOK
Foulmouthed rants that shamed Illinois Gov.
Iraq welcomes charges against US contractors
over Baghdad shootings
Pentagon ignored danger of roadside bombs,
$4,500 bail? For trying to sell Obama's Senate seat?
Graphic by the fabulous SpunDoubt
The-World-Will-Be-A-Safer-Place-Without George W. Bush
Pakistan Confirms Arrests of Terror Suspects
Continue Pressing Al-Qaeda, Bush Urges Washington Post
Joe Wurzelbacher lashed out
Tuesday at former GOP presidential nominee John McCain, the man who made
Wurzelbacher famous as “Joe the Plumber.”
Wurzelbacher told conservative radio host Glenn Beck that he felt “dirty” after “being on the campaign trail and seeing some of the things that take place.”
"I've got this thing," ... "and it's [expletive] golden. And I'm just not giving it up for [expletive] nothing. I'm not going to do it. And I can always use it. I can parachute me there"- Governor Rod Blagojevich of Illinois on the selling of Obama's Senate seat
Zimbabwe: More than 15,000 have cholera CNN International
San Diego man mourns loss of family, forgives Marine pilot in jet ... Los Angeles Times
A government "car czar" with
the power to force U.S. automakers into bankruptcy would dole out $15 billion in
emergency loans to the failing industry
under an emerging deal between the White House and congressional Democrats.
What's John McCain Up To?
With U.S election fever wearing off, former Republican Presidential candidate John McCain visited Malta, together with Senator Joe Lieberman.
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Republicans sue Leflore Co. Election Commission Hattiesburg American, MS
The US Supreme Court will
hear a case Wednesday on whether cabinet-level officials could be held
accountable for controversial tactics President George W. Bush ordered as part
of the US-led "war on terror."
Former attorney general John Ashcroft and FBI Director Robert Mueller have sought immunity from the charges in a lawsuit filed by Javaid Iqbal, a Pakistani national.
Palin latest governor sent suspicious powder
The Associated Press
"With all the actions we've taken these past eight years, we've laid a solid foundation on which future presidents and future military leaders can build"- Delusionist-in-chief, George W. Bush
Bill Clinton Speech in Malaysia Irks Investors New York Times
It may not be Illinois Gov.
Rod Blagojevich's happiest birthday.
One day after being arrested on federal corruption charges, Blagojevich turns 52 on Wednesday.
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Bank to extend credit to Chicago factory hit by sit-in Los Angeles Times
Chinese exports tumble Reuters
TV producers rip NBC's Leno move Reuters
Assault Rifle Access
One year after his sister
was gunned down during the Virginia Tech massacre, 25-year-old Omar Samaha
walked into a Richmond area gun show and was immediately greeted with offers
from unlicensed gun dealers hawking their wares.
Samaha, who graduated from Virginia Tech in 2005, approached one of the dealers and asked to purchase an assault rifle. Within minutes, he said, the sale was complete.
Musicians protest use of songs by US jailers The Associated Press
Nobel Peace Prize winner
Martti Ahtisaari urged President-elect Barack Obama on Wednesday to start his
term by giving "high priority" to the Mideast conflict,
calling it the world's most challenging peace-building project.
Google publishes 2008 Zeitgeist list of most popular searches
Climate Change Solution: Shoot Cheney into Space Worldmeets.us, NY
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Luckiest guys in Vegas: Simpson's 4 accomplices The Associated Press
Hazem Hawamdeh walks with his parents near his home in Jerash December 3, 2008.
Hawamdeh, an 11-year-old boy from the northern city of Jerash, could be the
smallest boy in the world, weighing 5.6 kg (12 pounds) with a height of nearly
70 cm (28 inches) as his family struggles to solve the mystery of his small