Thursday edition - March 12, 2009





 After Iraq, more US caution on preemptive attacks: Gates
AFP - ‎3-12-09
WASHINGTON (AFP) — US presidents will likely take a more cautious approach before launching preemptive attacks after the intelligence failures of the Iraq...


 Iraq inaugurates oil deal with China's CNPC
Reuters - 3-12-09‎
WASIT - Iraq inaugurated a $3 billion oil project on Wednesday with the Chinese National Petroleum Company (CNPC)

US, China agree on need to reduce sea tensions
The Associated Press -3-12-09
WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States and China agreed Wednesday on the need to reduce tensions and avoid a repeat of a confrontation...


The U.S. is convinced that North Korea is testing a new long-range ballistic missile. But North Korea insists that it is just a satellite intended for peaceful purposes, like peacefully bombing South Korea.- Jimmy Fallon



The-World-Will-Be-A-Safer-Place-Without George W. Bush

Three Years For The Shoe Thrower

 A Baghdad court sentenced an Iraqi reporter who hurled his shoes at former U.S. president George W. Bush to three years in prison on Thursday.

Muntazer al-Zaidi worked for Al-Baghdadiya television, and earned instant worldwide fame when he threw his shoes at Bush at a news conference in December, calling him a dog.


"In North Korea, they're grooming President Kim Jong-il's son to take over for him. You know, we should let the of people in North Korea know, this doesn't always work out the best." -- Jay Leno


Bush War I



Afghanistan's ambassador to the United States attacked Western governments fighting in and providing billions in aid to his country, saying that those who claim the international community is not winning the war against extremists there "should know that they never fully tried."

"We never asked to be the 51st state," Ambassador Said T. Jawad said



Disturbing News

 Here Comes Sarah!



Gov. Sarah Palin is planning at least two trips out of state paid for by her political action committee, which told backers on Wednesday she'll be traveling the country to support those who share her vision.

Among the events Palin will attend is what's described as the nation's largest Right to Life banquet.



"And in real estate news, the octo-mom just bought a home here in Southern California for $565,000. How is she paying for this? She's got 14 kids, no job and no credit. Who financed this deal, A.I.G.?" -- Jay Leno



Republican-Shenanigans News




John McCain’s daughter, Meghan, she wrote yesterday that Ann Coulter is “offensive,” “radical,” and “insulting.” Wow. That is by far the nicest thing anyone has ever said about Ann Coulter.- Jimmy Fallon

 Breaking Up Is Hard To Do


Levi Johnston and Bristol Palin, the teenage daughter of Gov. Sarah Palin, have broken off their engagement, he said Wednesday, about 2 1/2 months after the couple had a baby.


Rock-The-Voter News




One of the most intriguing, and potentially important, interviews of the week will take place Thursday night without either a journalist or a newsmaker. Fans of finance and entertainment are salivating to see how CNBC's Jim Cramer holds up when he appears on Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
The host of Mad Money likely will have to provide the No. 1 business news network's most pointed defense yet against criticisms that, during the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression, it has been too hard on President Obama's stimulus package and too soft on CEOs.

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Biz-Tech News


Bernie Madoff makes Ken Lay look like Mother Theresa. - Grant "Bud" Gerver



Bush-Prison-Torture News


Today in History


In 1930, Indian political and spiritual leader Mohandas K. Gandhi began a 200-mile march to protest a British tax on salt.


In 1933, President Franklin D. Roosevelt delivered the first of his 30 radio "fireside chats," telling Americans what was being done to deal with the nation's economic crisis.


In 1947, President Harry S. Truman established what became known as the Truman Doctrine to help Greece and Turkey resist Communism.


One year ago: New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer resigned two days after reports had surfaced that he was a client of a prostitution ring.



Sen. Vitter, Every Madam's Delight, Loses It At Airport


Sen. David Vitter, R-La., was the topic of much Internet discussion Wednesday after the Web site for the Capitol Hill newspaper Roll Call reported he went "ballistic on an airline worker after missing a flight from Washington's Dulles airport to New Orleans" last week.

Go-F**k-Yourself News





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Odd News

To Help You Deflate Photo




Indian youth, obviously unaware of how silly they look, wear cutouts of condoms during an event to encourage people to use condoms in New Delhi on March 5. People are forgetting to practice safe sex because they no longer fear dying from HIV/AIDS, says the doctor who won the Nobel prize for helping discover the virus.











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