Tuesday edition - May 13, 2008
2 ex-officials accuse US of ignoring Iraqi corruption
US drops charges against Saudi in Sept. 11 attacks
Senate says halt oil reserve shipments
"That was so sweet, because at the reception, President Bush danced with his lovely daughter. It's the first time he has led in eight years." --David Letterman
US military deaths in Iraq war at 4076 The Associated Press
Officials: Clashes in Iraq's Sadr City kill 11 The Associated Press
19 Kurds killed in Turkey airstrikes; rebels deny claim
Iran hard-liners come out against Iraqi-US deal
Halliburton Rape Claim Goes to Court
Handwriting of Hillary Clinton, John McCain and Barack Obama may speak volumes
Is He Really Sorry?
John Hagee, the controversial evangelical pastor who endorsed John McCain, will issue a letter of apology to Catholics today for inflammatory remarks he has made, including accusing the Roman Catholic Church of supporting Adolf Hitler and calling it “The Great Whore.”
Hope dimmed yesterday that Congress would act quickly to rescue homeowners at risk of foreclosure after key Republican and Democratic negotiators in the Senate said they could not reach agreement on a plan.
MoveOn ad features pro-Obama Republican The Associated Press
Vito Fossella camps out over garage New York Daily News
Bill O'Reilly freaks out
Cyphernaut - Learn a Foreign Language Resource Site
Obama Wears Flag Pin!
Wearing a flag lapel pin, Sen. Barack Obama emphasized his patriotism and support for a strong and humane military Monday, while Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton implored West Virginians to sustain her hopes of somehow denying him the Democratic presidential nomination.
Illness halts divorce talks of battling McGreeveys The Star-Ledger - NJ
"How about that presidential race? Hillary Clinton just won't quit. Can you believe that, ladies and gentlemen? You have to admire somebody who, against all odds, just won't quit. I mean, right now she has absolutely no chance whatsoever of being president, but she just won't quit. And they're running out of money. Hillary Clinton, God bless her, is running out of money. And today she was wearing a certified pre-owned pantsuit." --David Letterman
Hillary Haters Failing
Nearly two-thirds of Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents said Clinton should stay in the race and 40 percent said she should be Obama's running-mate if he becomes the Democratic nominee.
"What we need in Washington is a strong conservative for congress from Mississippi," ... "Not another Democrat going to bat for Nancy Pelosi" - Vice President Dick Cheney
“This is where journalism dies.” —Andrea Mitchell, reflecting on working with Joe Scarborough and Willie Geist, Morning Joe, April 24
Catholics Believe In Aliens!
chief astronomer says that
believing in aliens does not contradict faith in God.
The Rev. Jose Gabriel Funes, the Jesuit director of the Vatican Observatory, says that the vastness of the universe means it is possible there could be other forms of life outside Earth, even intelligent ones.
Four Years Later: Why Did It Take So Long for the Press to Break ... Editor & Publisher
Muscle Car Gamble
The 2008 Dodge Challenger
began rolling off the assembly line Thursday into an uncertain market that could
embrace the nostalgic muscle car
or reject it for its gas-guzzling excess.
"Beautiful wedding down
there in Crawford, Texas. They had a great time. And everybody enjoyed a lovely
reception. And Bush danced with all the guests. And then Cheney shot the cake."
Cheney Makes Appearance for House Hopeful Washington Post
Please help keep All Hat No Cattle online
PO Box 88
Ashford. AL 36312
Neverland Ranch foreclosure auction canceled The Associated Press
An obese Rhesus monkey is
seen at Ohama park in Sakai, near Osaka, May 11, 2008. Since June 2007, the park
has cut down on the amount of food being fed to the monkeys from 10 kg (22 lbs)
per day to 2 kg (4.4 lbs) because the monkeys have become overweight. The park
is also planning to build a fence to prevent visitors from throwing food to the
monkeys, a park office worker said.