Monday edition - March 20, 2006
Administration Sees No 'Civil War,' but Many Disagree
Cheney: I'm not resigning
Ex-premier: `We are in civil war'
Does it really matter what we call the war in Iraq?
Three Years of "Shock and Awful". -- Grant Gerver
Bomb Blast Kills 3 in Central Baghdad AP
Violence rages on anniversary of Iraq war Newsweek
Security tightened for Shi'ite ritual in Iraq Reuters.uk
Bush pleads to own public as support over Iraq dwindles Monsters and Critics.com
Bush Marks Anniversary, Never Says 'War' ABC News
Afghan Christian Could Get Death Sentence
Tri-City Muslims turn against Bush Inside Bay Area, CA
Top Diplomats to Discuss Ideas on Iran Nuclear Issue Voice of America
The Pentagon launched the biggest air attack on Iraq since 2003. And the White House said the attack will continue until President Bush's approval is back over 40%. -- Jay Leno
Libby Trial May Be Embarrassment for Bush
Court papers filed late Friday raise the possibility a trial could become politically embarrassing for the Bush administration by focusing on the debate about whether the White House manipulated intelligence to justify the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in March 2003.
Preemptive Warrior magazine
Israel confirms deadly bird flu virus
Egypt reports bird flu case in man Aljazeera.net
2nd Autopsy in Youth Boot Camp Death Fails to End Questions New York Times
"I actually get hit on more in Washington DC, by Republicans that are drunk than I do by porno fans in Vegas." -- Mary Carey, Porn Star on Scarborough Country
Run, Condi, Run!
Condoleezza Rice is flying around the world _ and then some. Whether she breaks
a record by a secretary of state will have to wait for a thoughtful assessment
free of jet lag.
Rice finishes a 10-day, 31,263-mile odyssey on Sunday that took her to three continents. She crossed four oceans and the international dateline twice.
Abortion law may affect SD tourism Seattle Post Intelligencer
Investigation has DeLay stuck in legal limbo Houston Chronicle
New rules? Lobbyists say it'll be business as usual Seattle Times
“Secretary of Health and Human Services Michael Leavitt is recommending that Americans keep canned tuna and powdered milk under their beds for when the bird flu hits. Well, that should silence critics who say the Administration doesn't have a plan to deal with the bird flu, huh?” -- Jay Leno
Many federal fines slashed or unpaid
Ten months ahead of his scheduled trial in the Valerie Plame affair, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby seems intent on zeroing in on three little lettersthe Bush White House would like to forget forever: WMD.
Lowell voting problems probed Boston Globe
Jackson urges halt to New Orleans vote Chicago Tribune
CIA Witness List for Libby AP
Impotent Incompetent In
"He has shown himself incompetent
strategically, operationally and tactically, and is far more than anyone
else responsible for what has happened to our important mission in Iraq,"
said Paul D. Eaton, a retired Army major general who was in charge of
training the Iraqi military from 2003 to 2004.
"Mr. Rumsfeld must step down," he wrote in an opinion piece published Sunday in the New York Times.
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Why would you expect a shakeup at the White House? They've got all the RIGHT criminals in all the RIGHT places. -- Grant Gerver
Halliburton employees celebrate rebuilding The Daily Advertiser, LA
Google beats off the government Inquirer
"Epiphany Don" Rumsfeld calls a spade a diamond: "What appears to be an Iraqi Civil War is nothing more than The 3-Year Anniversary Celebration."-- Grant Gerver
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American Legion commander: No mistreatment in 'Gitmo' jail Connecticut Post
Campaign fund-raiser to feature Cheney Asbury Park Press
Cheney: Success in Iraq Critical to Overall Terror War US Department of Defense (press release), DC
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Affordable housing crunch in Florida hits teachers hard Gainesville Sun, FL
New Jersey graphic artist and Arab civil rights advocate, Michael Kabbash, of Green Brook, N.J., shows his newly designed board game, Patriot Act: The Home Version, Tuesday, March, 14, 2006., at his office in Hamilton, N.J. In this send-up of the famous 'Monopoly' board game, the game pokes fun at the historic abuse of governmental powers by the recently-renewed anti-terrorism law. (Photo/Jose F. Moreno)