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Y Wednesday edition - February 14, 2007 Y
Soldiers Back From War Fight Different Battle
Doubts raised on linking of Iran to US deaths in Iraq
UNICEF: US, British Children Worst Off
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Chicks won five Grammys. I don't want to say President Bush was upset, but today
he tried to get the Supreme Court to overturn the ballot results. It only works
once." --Jay Leno
Us Military Deaths In Iraq At 3126 Guardian Unlimited, UK
US to welcome 7000 Iraqi refugees
Officials linked to al-Sadr deny he fled Houston Chronicle
Military Granting More Criminal Waivers CBS News, NY
North Korea Flip Flop
"This is a very bad deal," former U.N. ambassador John R. Bolton told CNN. "It contradicts fundamental premises of the president's policy he's been following for the past six years. And second, it makes the administration look very weak at a time in Iraq . . . when it needs to look strong."
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"This weekend, President Bush gave a speech honoring Abraham Lincoln's birthday. There was an awkward moment when Bush referred to Lincoln as 'the guy who invented the penny.'" --Conan O'Brien
“The operation to secure Baghdad will take time, and there will be violence.” GWB 2/1/4/07
Supreme Court Justice's Daughter Drives 1996 Econoline Van and Oh, She Got Arrested For DUI
A daughter of U.S. Supreme
Court Justice Antonin Scalia was arrested Monday night in Wheaton and charged
with driving under the influence of alcohol and child endangerment, Wheaton
Deputy Police Chief Thomas Meloni said.
Ann S. Banaszewski, 45, was stopped about 7:25 p.m. in a 1996 Ford Econoline van
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Lawmaker wants Tenn. to issue death certificates for abortions The Tennessean, TN
CIA ex-official, contractor indicted in probe linked to former ... Cleveland Plain Dealer, OH
Airline Ticket Tax Could Disappear Guardian Unlimited, UK
Reading - A Lost Skill Under Bush
THE US ambassador to Australia has not read the ANZUS Treaty, the key document on which the security alliance between the two countries is based.
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"But the big story of the night was, of course, the Dixie Chicks, who won five awards. ... At first, I thought the Chicks were a little rude in the acceptance speech. They forgot to thank all the terrorists who made their artistic vision a reality." --Stephen Colbert
2nd Edwards Blogger Quits New York Times
Shutting Out the Messenger
It may be a whole lot
quieter in the remodeled White House Press Briefing Room when it opens in a few
Just days after the Washington Press Club Foundation presented its lifetime achievement award to legendary journalist Helen Thomas, rumors have begun to circulate that the scrappy veteran might lose her high-priced real estate in the White House briefing room.
Chrysler to cut 13,000 jobs CNNMoney.com
US trade gap hits fifth-straight record Toronto Star
Microsoft fixes 20 security holes BBC News
Yahoo Mail outage resolved
"Money trumps peace." GWB 2/14/07
Why we need embryonic stem-cell research now: to find a cure for "Bushzheimer's Disease" - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com
Guantanamo comes to Morocco for film shoot Antara, Indonesia
Now, the 'good guys' are torturers Cincinnati Post, OH
Cheney and Libby will not testify in leak case
Why I’m Qualified To Be Dick Cheney’s Top Aide
By Madeleine Begun Kane
According to Libby’s defender,
His mem’ry’s a major offender:
It is creaky as hell
And it’s leaky, as well.
Mine too – I could be a contender.
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Anna Nicole Smith body held in baby case Houston Chronicle, TX
In this photo provided by Darren Horness, Darren Horness of Howards Grove, lays on the ice next to the 72-inch, 102-pound sturgeon he speared Sunday, Feb. 11, 2007, on Lake Winnebago in Wisconsin. The fish came up within 6 inches of the surface inside his ice shack, he said. About 8,000 fishermen spearhunt sturgeon each year on Lake Winnebago and its upriver lakes. In his seven years, Horness hadn't come close to a fish that big. (Photo/ Courtesy of Darren Horness)