Tuesday edition - April 13, 2010
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Afghanistan, President Hamid Karzai is mad at the United States. We said his
government is riddled with bribes, corruption, and pay-offs. I guess they're
trying to pass healthcare over there too." –Jay Leno
Obama signed a historic treaty with the Russian president today. Not everyone's
happy about it. Fox News said it was a 'summit between a powerful communist
leader and the president of Russia.'" –Craig Ferguson
according to the Pentagon, Al Qaeda is in financial ruin. You know why they’re
broke? Health insurance premiums. –Jay Leno
Mike Huckabee, a possible
Republican presidential candidate in 2012, says the effort to allow gays and
lesbians to marry is
comparable to legalizing incest, polygamy and drug use.
Huckabee also told college journalists last week that gay couples should not be permitted to adopt. "Children are not puppies," he said.
Obama: ‘Our Biggest Challenge is Preventing Loose Newts’
By Don Davis
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"Alan Greenspan, the former chairman of the Federal Reserve, said of his time in office, "I was wrong 30% of the time." Well that's not bad - for a weatherman - or a free throw shooter - but you were the Chairman of the Fed. We need the Fed to be on the pill and you ran it on the rhythm method." –Seth Meyers
CNN and Their Plummeting Ratings
Meeting with advertisers Tuesday during the midst of a ratings free-fall on its flagship network, CNN's leadership said it is staying the course in emphasizing its journalism.
The driver hired to deliver an adopted Russian boy from the Moscow airport to the Russian education ministry last week said he was "shocked like a crazy man" when he realized what was happening.
Where in the world is Dick Cheney?
golf today. It's boring. There was no sex at all, just a bunch of middle-aged
white guys and one guilty-looking black guy walking around." –Jimmy Kimmel
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released by Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities shows a sarcophagus recently
discovered in Bahariya Oasis, 300 km (190 miles) south west of Cairo April 12,
2010. Egyptian archaeologists carrying out excavations at the site of a planned
youth centre have found 14 tombs dating back to the third century BC, including
one with a female mummy adorned with jewelry.
Photo/Egyptian Supreme Council
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