Monday edition - April 21, 2007
Top Bush aides pushed for Guantánamo torture
PM urges Arab states to open embassies in Baghdad
House challenges release of visitor logs
If you think the Democrats are going to take away your Bible, you’re an idiot. If you think they’re going to take away your gun, you’re an armed idiot. And if you think they’re going to take away your gun and give it to a Mexican to kill your God, you’re Bill O’Reilly. - Bill Maher
US military deaths in Iraq at 4039 The Associated Press
Family of contractor: Another body found in Iraq The Associated Press
Iraq to confront militias after Sadr threat Reuters UK
Rice: Arab neighbors taking 'step forward' to support Iraq The Associated Press
Can This Administration Do Anything Right? Obviously No!
A new report warns says
US provincial reconstruction teams (PRT), a much publicized program for
rebuilding Iraq and Afghanistan,
operate as ad hoc "pickup games" with no clear direction.
You know – you know that since George Bush has become president, gas has basically tripled in price. Now, Bush is an oil man. I’m not a conspiracy theorist. I’m just saying that if we had elected Colonel Sanders president—[laughter]—and the price of chicken had tripled, I’d be a little suspicious. That’s all – I’m not getting – that’s all I’m saying. - Bill Maher
Toxic chemicals found in dogs, cats, study finds
CNN Reporter Busted In Central Park
A CNN reporter was
arrested Friday in Central Park with a small amount of methamphetamine in his
pocket, but he avoided jail time by agreeing to undergo drug counseling and
Richard Quest, 46, was arrested around 3:40 a.m. on a count of possession of a controlled substance — a misdemeanor that usually refers to a personal use amount of a drug. He was also charged with loitering; the park officially closes at 1 a.m.
John McCain presented his proposal. He says that over the summer, we should have a “gas tax holiday.” Ooh. For summer drivers, the 18-cent-a-gallon federal gas tax, he wants that lifted over the summer. Or as it used to be called, “Grandpa is giving you five dollars.” - Bill Maher
While Former President Jimmy Carter Tries To Negotiate Peace in Middle East, Former President George H.W. Bush Does This - Yahoo! News Photo
I mean, this was quite a debate. They touched on all the important issues that are facing Americans today: bitterness, flag pins, retired preachers, sixties radicals, imaginary Bosnian snipers, cookies. It was really quite a debate. I don’t want to say Charlie Gibson and George Stephanopoulos were awful, but today the FCC fined ABC for allowing “boobs” on the air. - Bill Maher
Exclusive Poll: Clinton, Obama Gap Shrinks NBC 10.com, PA -
Poll shows Clinton pulling away from Obama Washington Times
Ayers' brother charges Clinton camp with 'McCarthyism'
The Candidates: How will they look in four years? - Popular Photography
Oil soars to record above $117 Reuters
Airlines should just get it over with and start putting passengers in the cargo hold. Let’s face it. You’ve already taken away the leg room, the food, the pillows. The only thing left is to tag us, load us onto the conveyor belt—and let us fight over who gets to sleep on the bag of mail. - Bill Maher
8 former Guantanamo detainees sue British government The Associated Press
Did you see what’s going on down in Texas? This is unbelievable. Those 416 kids from the Mormonist sect – whatever they are – polygamist, break-off sect – they had to go before a judge – like, every lawyer in the state was there – to decide whether the kids are going to go back to their “ranch” or into foster care. Which is so sad, because some of these kids are barely old enough to know what’s going on, and they miss their husbands. - Bill Maher
Cheney to Support New York Lawmaker at Fund-Raiser New York Times
Cheney and Crowd Bid Farewell to Pope New York Times
"Anyway, happy birthday to the pope. 81 years old today. You know what's amazing? Think about this. The pope is younger than Hugh Hefner." --Jay Leno
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First female IndyCar winner Chicago Tribune
Earth's Hum Sounds More Mysterious Than Ever LiveScience.com
South Korean scientists have
cloned sniffer dogs, seen here, for drug inspection for the first time.