US Mail: Lisa Casey - PO Box 88 - Ashford, AL 36312
Wednesday edition - April 12, 2006
Paper: Bush touted WMD find despite doubts
Deaths of US Soldiers Climb Again in Iraq
Top officer defends Rumsfeld from ex-generals
I miss Bill and hearing phrases such as; "the president was greeted by cheering crowds overseas", or "budget surplus", or "oil is hovering around $30 per barrel."
"This is what I don't get about this. They've got oil. Their citizens love the United States. Forget Iraq, we should have invaded Mexico." --Jay Leno
Iraq Body Count
5 More US Soldiers in Iraq Killed Los Angeles Times
Allawi warns against Iraq civil war
Gunmen kill three Iraqi government employees in targeted shootings CBS 47, CA
Saddam Won't Provide Handwriting Samples AP
Russia Criticizes Iran Enrichment
Mobs riot after blast kills 56 Pakistanis
International Herald Tribune
Greeted with loud boos and some cheers, Vice
President Dick Cheney threw out the ceremonial first pitch Tuesday at the
Washington Nationals’ home opener.
He stood directly in front of the mound and released a ball that hit the dirt in front of home plate. Nationals catcher Brian Schneider scooped it up.
Cheney wore a red-and-blue Nationals jacket that seemed bulky, perhaps filled out by a bulletproof vest. Security agents ringed the top edge of the outdoor stadium
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TRUE BLUE Review - "TRUE BLUE, like its creator, defies characterization or pigeonholing. What can be said is that if you play TRUE BLUE on a Sunday morning ten years from now it will sound just as fresh, and new, and contemporary, as it will the first time you play it." -- Joe Hartlaub
Water leak at
Japan nuclear plant
Rape charge divides elite US campus National Post
Ode To A Madman
The Massachusetts Legislature toils hard and is now ensuring that all citizens will be covered with universal health care. By contrast, the Florida Legislature is now assuring all citizens that key lime is our state pie of choice. - Zing!
DeLay's next mission is in God's hands Houston Chronicle
E-Mails Show Abramoff's Donation Leverage
GOP: No felony for lacking valid visa Chicago Tribune
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Grandma Anna taught me what two million marchers this week are trying to teach that slow learner, George W.: In America, it's not where you come from that counts, it's where you're going. --Greg Palast, Investigative Journalist
Jeb, stop criticizing the Senate campaign of Katherine Harris. She put your brother in the White House. Your family owes her big-time!- Zing!
Remember the days when all we had to worry about was an intern in the White House?- Zing!
Corning Inc., one of upstate New York's largest and oldest employers, has supported Republican candidates for so long that its chairman once joked that it had not raised money for a Democrat since 1812.
But since Hillary Rodham Clinton was elected to the Senate in 2000, Corning and its mainly Republican executives have become one of her largest sources of campaign contributions
White House staffers are forbidden from referring to "going to the bathroom" as "taking a leak." Grant Gerver
Bausch falls as officials link product to infections International Herald Tribune
After the events of the last few days, what with the 'leak' news and the Sy Hersh story in the New Yorker about the impending invasion of Iran, I'm now completely convinced that Bab's little troll is clinically insane. -- Bob Witkowski, AtWitsEnd.org
Clarke loses appeal over Guantánamo inmate
New Abu Ghraib photo handed over by Pentagon under court order JURIST
With the tax deadline less than a week away, the IRS is reminding the public that no one from the IRS will ever contact you via email. They say the only government people who will try to contact you via email are creepy guys at Homeland Security.-- Jay Leno
Delgado opts to stand far from Cheney New York Daily News, NY
Cheney stumps for congressional candidate in Bush's district Fort Worth Star Telegram
"The 40 Days of Lent are almost over. Lent is the time when people give something up. President Bush gave up government secrets." --David Letterman
"What if I really am related to George Bush?" A Sumatran orangutan ponders from his enclosure at the Hanover Zoo. (Photo/Jochen Luebke)