Thursday edition - February 11, 2010
Iraq minister expels former Blackwater guards
Poll finds most Americans are unhappy with government
Rejects Deal with US on Sharing Bank Data
Well, Bush hiring mercenaries has worked out real well.
"They got a lot of snow in Washington, D.C. And the city came to the biggest standstill they've had since the Democrats got the supermajority." –David Letterman
US military: American soldier dies in Iraq Washington Post
Wasn't Dubya Raised In Midland, Texas?
Iraq’s Oil Ministry Tuesday announced the launch of a fourth state firm responsible for overseeing development in recently auctioned fields in the center of the country. The Midland Oil Company will join the North, South, and Maysan companies as the latest state-owned organization tasked with boosting production in the energy-rich nation.
Palm Readers Agree: Palin’s ‘Hand Job’ Worst in History
By Don Davis
Sarah Palin's Ongoing Family Feud/Soap Opera
Levi Johnston has just fired
back at his baby mama, Bristol Palin, and unlike grandma Sarah Palin,
Levi didn't need to write crib notes on his hand.
No Brotherly Love
The brothers Reagan, Ron and
Michael, don't agree on how their dad – often described as the father of the
modern day conservatism – would view the Tea Party movement.
Ron, a liberal, told HLN's Joy Behar that he didn't think his father would embrace the Tea Party movement and its activists.
"I think he would be unamused by the TEA partiers with their Hitler signs and all the rest of it," Ron Reagan said...Michael fired back at his brother on Wednesday, saying he has a better understanding of their father's political thinking, after all he holds the same conservative views.
GOP Demands Underwear Bomber Get Atomic Wedgie
By Don Davis
Sarah Palin had crib notes inked on her hand while giving a speech where she criticized Obama for using a teleprompter. Hypocrite, or retro- techno geek? - Will Durst
Sex Trade In Ohio? Ohio?
About 1,000 American-born children are forced into the sex trade in Ohio every year and about 800 immigrants are sexually exploited and pushed into sweatshop-type jobs, a new report on human trafficking in the state said Wednesday.
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"And now critics of the automobile industry are saying that Toyota executives knew about the problems with the brakes years and years ago. And they're wondering, rightly so, why did they drag their feet? Well, trying to stop the car. That's what they were doing." –David Letterman
It Is All About The Oil
official selling prices for crude delivered to the U.S. and
lowered them for Europe, the marketing department of the oil ministry said
in a statement.
Bin Laden's ex-driver a dad MiamiHerald.com
Due to a second major snow storm, the Capitol has plunged into paralysis, and all across the country, people are screaming, "Yes!"- Will Durst
Rush Limbaugh Lost Rams Bid To This Guy
Published reports say the majority owners of the St. Louis Rams have reached an agreement to sell the team to Illinois businessman Shahid Khan.
Michael Jackson’s Dr. Busted, for Using Only One Rubber Glove
By Don Davis
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carries the Olympic flame on an Aboriginal canoe on the waters of Burrard Inlet
at the Tsleil-Waututh First Nation during the Olympic torch relay in North
Vancouver, British Columbia, on Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010. The Olympic flame is
on a 106 day journey across Canada in the longest domestic torch relay in
Olympic history. It will end with the lighting of the Olympic cauldron at the
opening ceremonies for the Vancouver Winter Olympics on February 12.
Photo/The Canadian Press, Darryl Dyck
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