TGIF/Weekend edition - February 16-18, 2007
Senate Dems Send Bush a President's Day Message
Audit finds $10 billion in fuzzy spending
Bush vows to step up efforts in Afghanistan
It's great to have Steve Bradenton back! I really missed his cartoons!
Actually, Iraq is a bargain when you consider that much of the cost is recouped in Halliburton profits.- Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com
We Can Dream, Can't We?
Us Military Deaths In Iraq At 3133 Guardian Unlimited, UK
Sadr orders militia heads out of Iraq Swissinfo, Switzerland
PM's press conference walkout over Iraq questions Sydney Morning Herald, Australia
Court orders 35 to stand trial over CIA flights CNN International
Anthrax Attack Still Unsolved, But the Building Is Safe!
The former AMI building,
closed for more than five years because of an anthrax attack days after the
Sept. 11 attacks, had its quarantine order lifted today by Palm Beach County
Health Department Director Jean M. Malecki.
Malecki ordered the building closed in October 2001 after anthrax mailed in a letter killed photo editor Robert Stevens and infected mailroom attendant Ernesto Blanco.
Suspect peanut butter in Miss.
“And Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s daughter was arrested in Illinois for DUI and child endangerment. Wow, yeah. She said she’s going to fight it all the way to the Supreme Court. Gee, I wonder how she’ll do?”- Jay Leno
Nice Naughty With Russia
the United States on Thursday it might pull out of a Cold War nuclear arms
because of plans by Washington to build a missile shield in Eastern Europe.
FBI looks at Nevada governor Los Angeles Times
Craig Crawford’s Trail Mix: Bush Hears Voices
Isn't FoxNews Already A Comedy Show?
Sunday at 7
p.m., Fox News Channel premieres its antidote to the left-leaning humor of
Comedy Central's "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" and "The Colbert Report" -- a
conservative fake news show.
Within seconds, liberal viewers will realize why creators of "The 1/2 Hour News
Hour" joked that the show's alternative title was "Pissing Off Berkeley."
Iran's president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad tried to persuade ABC's Diane Sawyer on Monday that Iran is not a threat to the Middle East. The U.S. government knows he has missiles that threaten the entire region. Ollie North still has the receipts. - Argus Hamilton
“Well, let’s see. In the latest count, there are now 25 politicians who have announced they’re running for President of the United States. And 15 of them also claim to be the father of Anna Nicole Smith’s baby.”- Jay Leno
Dubai Ports says sale of US operations at risk Miami Herald, FL
Existing home sales off in 40 states, slide nationwide
New Drive-By Attack Taking Over Home Routers
The Cubans Are Coming! The Cubans Are Coming!
Concerned about a possible
mass exodus of Cubans, the Defense Department plans to spend $18 million to
prepare part of the U.S. Navy base at Guantánamo Bay to shelter interdicted
migrants, U.S. officials said.
A new installation is needed because terrorism suspects occupy space on the base that has been used in past emergencies to hold large numbers of migrants, officials said.
"The FAA is very close to raising the retirement age of pilots. ... That means pretty soon both astronauts and pilots will be wearing diapers." --Jay Leno
Ex-soldier playwright spotlights Abu Ghraib ArmyTimes.com, VA
European investigator says US refuses to let him question ...
Presidents Need Language Requirements Too
India has sent home at least 20 foreign pilots flying for its airlines in the past year as their poor English posed safety concerns, the country's civil aviation regulator said Thursday.
"Basketball star Tim Hardaway has been banned from all future NBA appearances
after announcing that he hates gay people. Surprising talk coming from a player
known for his ball-handling." - Jimmy Kimmel
Help All Hat No Cattle maintain it's lavish lifestyle
or if you want to donate offline you can make a check or money order payable to:
PO Box 88
Ashford, AL 36312
Pilot and passengers overpower hijacker Houston Chronicle
US tries again to introduce dollar coin
Use of Chili Peppers Goes Back 6100 Years
Charlie, a Rottweiler mix, whose own mother rejected him, snuggles Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2007 with his substitute mother, Satin, at the Meriden Humane Society in Meriden, Conn. The cat had just had her own litter of kittens and took on Charlie in addition. (Photo/Bob Child)