Tuesday edition - April 22, 2008
Rice Presses Iraq’s Neighbors to Give It More Support
Iraqi children desperate to learn in ruined schools
Rice says Carter was warned against meeting with Hamas
Condi and Dubya have so much in common -- they're both miserable failures.
"Hillary Clinton now, over the weekend says that she is pro-gun, likes guns, and lovers to hunt ducks. Vice President Dick Cheney said 'Ooh stop, you're making me hot.'" --David Letterman
US military deaths in Iraq at 4041 The Associated Press
Female suicide bomber kills four in Iraq Los Angeles Times
Iraq's Badr organization denies it's a militia International Herald Tribune
Message Machine Behind TV Analysts, Pentagon’s Hidden Hand
Defense Secretary Robert
Gates said he believes Iran is "hell bent" on acquiring nuclear weapons, but he
warned in strong terms of the consequences of going to war over that.
"Another war in the Middle East is the last thing we need and, in fact, I believe it would be disastrous on a number of levels," he said in a speech he was delivering Monday evening at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y.
"How many watched the debate last night? [on screen: Light cheers and a few boos]. How many watched 'American Idol?' [on screen: Loud cheers and applause]. You get the government you deserve." --Jay Leno
Tomatoes In Baghdad
Three months after US
forces dropped tons of bombs on Arab Jubur and put Al-Qaeda to flight,
farmers are everywhere out in their fields tending their tomatoes.
Bush's Lone Star Cronies U.S. News & World Report
Republican McCain serenaded on Alabama tour Reuters India
Another GOP Lawbreaker
A former high-ranking Justice Department official was accused Monday of criminal conflict of interest in the latest case stemming from the investigation of disgraced GOP lobbyist Jack Abramoff.
Ralph Nader, God bless him. Ralph Nader said today, he has not taken $1 in
campaign contributions. Oh, he wants to. He just can't get anybody to give him
$1." --Jay Leno
Obama 'brand' has taken a hit Chicago Sun-Times
Michael Moore endorses Obama, chides Clinton
If John Kerry had been elected president four years ago, do you suppose the price of Heinz ketchup would have tripled by now? - Zing!
Bank of America's earnings drop 77% and troubles may only grow Detroit Free Press
Skype Launches Low-Cost Global Calling Plans InformationWeek
Windows XP SP3 Set For Release, Microsoft Says
Laptops fair game for airport customs searches San Francisco Chronicle
PayPal Denies Plan to Block Safari
Gannett Profit Falls 8.9% As Ad Revenue Declines
Airlines Win Big on Those who Overpack Aviation.com
"And with oil prices hitting an all-time high, Barack Obama promised today if he is elected, he will fund research to develop a car that runs on the bitterness of economically-strapped Pennsylvania voters." --Jay Leno
The felons accepted into the army and marines included 87 soldiers convicted of assault or maiming, 130 convicted of non-cannabis-related drug offences, seven convicted of making terrorist threats, and two convicted of indecent behaviour with a child. Waivers were also granted to 500 burglars and thieves, 19 arsonists and nine sex offenders.
"And not to be outdone on this subject, George Bush made a speech this week on global warming. The good news? He finally admits it's real. The bad news? He wants to invade the sun." --Bill Maher
Detainees Allege Being Drugged Washington Post
US General 'duped' over Guantanamo Bay Telegraph.co.uk
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Georgia Supreme Court says 'Deal or No Deal' is not illegal gambling
Report: Hells Angels founder sues HBO over biker series
James Bond's Aston Martin Looks Like 'Giant, Black, Wet Sock' People Magazine
Silverstone appears in this publicity photo for a campaign promoting
vegetarianism by the animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of
Photo/Dave Meyers for PETA