Monday edition - December 11, 2006
Iran meeting questions
Holocaust and gas chambers
Iraq report casts military as
Of all people Bush should be loyal to is James Baker, who led Bush to the Supreme Court in s-election 2000. This is getting curiouser and curiouser.
Mel Gibson attends Iran Holocaust conference. - www.seriouskidding.com
Us Military Deaths In Iraq Hit 2,931 Guardian Unlimited
Roadside bombs kill 4 US soldiers in Iraq CNN International
Rumsfeld, in Iraq, Bids Farewell to US Troops New York Times
Rumsfeld: Failure 'unacceptable' in Iraq Washington Times
Iraqi president calls study group report `dangerous,' `insulting' San Jose Mercury News
Children of Palestinian official killed in Gaza shooting Houston Chronicle
Massive Beirut rally threatens Saniora Seattle Times
The Bush team loses two of its worst public servants Yemen Times, Yemen
Fancy a holiday in Iraq? BBC News, UK
Why Did Cheney Go To Saudi Arabia Two Days After Thanksgiving Day?
...Two weeks ago, Dick Cheney dropped his Thanksgiving turkey to fly to Riyadh, at the demand of the Saudis, for a dressing-down by King Abdullah. The King wants US forces to stay to baby-sit the Shias in Iraq's army. The Saudis have made it clear that, if the US pulls out its troops, Saudi Arabians will crank up payments to their brothers, the Sunni warlords in Iraq, and Baghdad, or the entire region, will run with blood.
George W. Bush: Nixon on steroids. - www.seriouskidding.com
Spy's widow blames Russians Guardian Unlimited
German inquiry throws up new twist in Litvinenko murder case Guardian Unlimited
Salmonella warning issued for US spinach product Globe and Mail
“You know what the most popular toy is in Russia is this year? It’s the Poison Me Elmo, I believe.” - Jay Leno
The Top 10 Conservative Idiots, No. 271
"The book may be closed on Mark Foley, but we’re sure there are unfinished pages." - Wonkette
Republicans stray from Bush's corral Seattle Times
US Congress: Desperately seeking ethics International Herald Tribune
Is a Republican US congresswoman really inciting murder? Check out the clip of her here
CIA Was Bugging Princess Diana?
The Central Intelligence Agency was bugging the telephone conversations of Britain's Princess Diana on the night she died, a British newspaper reported.
Obama Draws Crowds on First Trip to New Hampshire New York Times
Jefferson Weathers Scandal, Wins Re-election in Louisiana CQPolitics.com
Saddam's Nephew Escapes Prison, Saddam Doesn't
An Iraqi prison chief and
his deputy were under arrest on Sunday after Saddam Hussein's nephew, accused of
funding the Sunni insurgency, escaped jail a day earlier,
sparking a huge manhunt by police.
C-130 Deploying It's "Angel Decoy"
7th, the 65th anniversary of Pearl Harbor. Or, as President Bush refers to it,
‘a day that will live in the infirmary.’” - Conan O'Brien
Yuan’s rate is our business, China tells US Business Day
Buses carrying employees from US venture in Algeria attacked Canton Repository
A tribute to the contribution the Bush children, nephews, and nieces are making to the war effort - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5Fum62uyHE
"NASA announced plans to establish a manned base on the moon. President Bush was quick to point out we’re only planning to stay on the moon until the moon people are able to govern themselves. President Bush also suggested we wait until there’s a full moon so there are more places to land.” - Jay Leno
How many innocent trees gave their lives to print the ISG Report just so Bush and Cheney could ignore it? - www.seriouskidding.com
Senators enjoy quail hunt with Dick Cheney San Jose Mercury News
“You see, I don’t think Bush understands this whole alternative lifestyle thing. In fact, when he heard Mary was pregnant, he said, ‘Who’s the lucky gay guy?’” - Jay Leno
Don't forget All Hat No Cattle this Christmas!
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Snipes lands in Fla. . .
Pitt and Jolie deny wedding plans Monsters and Critics.com
NYC bans fatty oil, orders calorie disclosures El Paso Times
MRI may help predict schizophrenia
Yes, fur -- scientists can't believe what they sea Chicago Sun-Times
The space shuttle Discovery lifts off leaving a large contrail shown above the press site at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida December 9, 2006. Photo/NASA/Jim Grossmann