Thursday edition - March 9, 2006


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Abramoff Recalls Bush as a Jokester
Los Angeles Times, CA - 3-9-06
The convicted lobbyist, who says the president used to tease him about weightlifting, finds it hard to believe Bush doesn't remember him.
 

Iran Threatens US Over Nuclear Program
Washington Post,- 3-9-06
 Iran threatened the United States with "harm and pain" Wednesday if the US tries to use the UN ...

North Korea test-fires short-range missiles
Gainesville Sun, FL - 3-9-06
orth Korea test-fired two short-range missiles Wednesday, an unsettling reminder of the reclusive communist regime's ability to cause instability in the region ...


 

President Jokester thinks the world is a safer place without Saddam. Now that's funny.

 


 

Here's something I didn't know... Did you know that the winners of the Best Foreign Language Film this year got an Oscar and one of our seaports?!-- Jay Leno

 


 


 

The-World-Is-A-Safer-Place-Without-Saddam News


"Bush speaks to the audience as if they're idiots. I think the reason he does that is because that's the way these issues were explained to him." --Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter, on Real Time With Bill Maher

 


 

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U.S. Constitution Conservatives

 

The plan by Senate Republicans to step up oversight of the National Security Agency's domestic surveillance program would also give legislative sanction for the first time to long-term eavesdropping on Americans without a court warrant, legal experts said on Wednesday.
 

 


Disturbing News


 

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Looking at the Sunshine Law Through Sunglasses

 

Gov. Jeb Bush met privately with top lawmakers and representatives of a "significant business" that is considering moving to the state, but the governor's office gave few details...Florida's Constitution requires that any meeting among the governor, Senate president and House speaker, or by three or more legislators, that concerns legislation be open to the public.

 


 

 


 

Rummy Spins
 


 

www.unfairlybalanced.com

 


Republican Shenanigans

 


Meanwhile, Back In the Senate

 

 Legislation that would open 3.6 million acres of the central Gulf of Mexico to oil and gas drilling advanced in the Senate on Wednesday, despite strong objections from a Florida Republican senator who said it fails to protect his state's coast from environmental damage

 


 

Wiccans Lobby Bush

 


 

 

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Rock-The-Voter News

 


 

"For someone who's so into praying, [George W. Bush] really sucks at it. God never listens to him. ... So the president happened to miss one warning [about Katrina breaches]. Not a big deal. Unfortunately, by the next night, the Homeland Security Operations Center continued to report that no levees had been breached, despite having received at least 16 reports to the contrary. It's really just a simple case of he said, and they, they, they, they and they said." --Jon Stewart

 


www.offthewahl.com

 


 

Biz-Tech News

 


 

 

http://bushorchimp.com/

 

 


 

"There ya go, Mike is -- he's a gone guy. You know, we have his -- we have your phone numbers, by the way. So, if you're listening, Mike, we have your phone number, and we're going to turn it over to Fox security, and you'll be getting a little visit." --Bill O'Reilly, on his radio show, after a caller named Mike mentioned Keith Olbermann's name

 


 

www.internetweekly.org

 


 

Bush-Prison-Torture News

 

 


 

 

 

In this image of a publicity campaign provided by Mexico's National Women's Institute, an inflatable doll dressed as a maid is seen. Mexican television is showing jarring scenes of inflatable sex dolls dressed as office workers - part of a campaign by Mexico's National Women's Institute to dramatize the problem of sexual harassment in the workplace.

 


E-mail

Subject: Women's Day Around the World

 

Hey
We should shout it every day, YOU ARE APPRECIATED !

Without Woman we would be nowhere of course, You are asked to make "sacrifices" for the sake of family and life but its just oppression wrapped up in words.
You are beautiful in body and spirit and face constant discrimination yet are the most solid part of any society.

If we lived in a matriarchal society we would be a lot better off, one day we will do but for now YOU ARE APPRECIATED !!!

Wyn

 

 

Thank you from all the women out there Wyn.

 

I bet you are already married.

 

The good ones always are!

 


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"I was a killer. I killed for my clients, and it eventually killed me. Or I eventually killed me. And there were a lot of other hands on the knife." --Jack Abramoff, in Vanity Fair

 


 

 


 

 

Go-F*ck-Yourself News

 

 


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In this handout photo provided by the University of Minnesota School of Journalism and Mass Communication, a screen from a video game is shown. To teach journalism students fact-finding skills, professors at the University of Minnesota have turned fantasy computer game 'Neverwinter Nights' into a tool for journalism students. Instead of slaying monsters and gathering gold, the players tackle sources and gather information. The goal of the game is to reinforce not only the thinking process of information gathering and distinguishing between different types of sources, but also to teach etiquette. (Photo/courtesy of the University of Minnesota School of Journalism and Mass Communication)

 

 

Peace.