Monday edition - May 15, 2006
Cheney's scribbled note adds twist to Plame probe
Bush to Propose Guard Troops for Border
Mentally Unfit, Forced To Fight
Cheney may have oiled in his pants.
Official White House motto: "E Pluribus Screw 'Em" -- Grant Gerver
Attacks in Iraq wound 4 British soldiers, kill 4 Iraqis International Herald Tribune
Insurgents Down U.S. Helicopter, Killing 2 AP
Saddam refuses plea Reuters
Iraq's soccer fields no longer a haven Houston Chronicle
Leader stands ground in Tehran on nuclear program Boston Globe
US Redeploying Troops With Mental Health Issues Los Angeles Times
More Covers Uncovered
A year after Bush administration claims about
Iraqi "bioweapons trailers" were discredited by American experts, U.S.
officials were still suppressing the findings, says a senior member of the
CIA-led Iraq inspection team.
At one point, former U.N. arms inspector Rod Barton says, a CIA officer told him it was "politically not possible" to report that the White House claims were untrue. In the end, Barton says, he felt "complicit in deceit."
It Gets More & More Curiouser
Federal agents Friday searched the CIA offices and Virginia home of Kyle "Dusty" Foggo, the spy agency's No. 3 official who was forced to resign this week amid a widening criminal investigation into allegations of government corruption and bribery...Foggo spent 25 years in the CIA in several posts at headquartersand overseas, including Honduras; Vienna, Austria; and Frankfurt, Germany.
Gang violence in São Paulo claims 67 lives Mail & Guardian Online
2 More Fatal Fla. Gator Attacks Reported Washington Post
"If the government has been monitoring my phone conversations, by god, they should be paying half of my phone sex bill."-- David letterman
Hillary Didn't Stay Home and Bake Cookies -- Laura Should
Some election-year advice to Republicans from a
high-ranking source who has the president's ear: Don't use a proposed
constitutional amendment against gay marriage as a campaign tool.
Just who is that political strategist? Laura Bush.
Move of Halliburton meeting draws fire
"The House of Representatives passed the $70 billion tax cut capital gains and it's all part of President Bush's 'No Millionaire Left Behind' program." --David Letterman
Obama Jokes of Presidential Bid on 'Conan' Washington Post
"Are Democrats poised to re-take Congress in 2006? Joke's on them. By November, there won't be a Congress." --Stephen Colbert
"Mother's Day is ... the busiest long distance phone calling day of the year. Over 300 million long distance calls. And those are just the ones being monitored by the White House." -- Jay Leno
Oil falls $1 on demand worries ABC News
Enron's hometown convinced Lay and Skilling deserve jail New Zealand Herald
Yuan strengthens to record high CNN International
Telephone companies no longer "Reach Out and Touch Someone." They "Reach Out and TAP Someone."-- Grant Gerver
Cheney to speak at fundraiser for Foltin Akron Beacon Journal, OH
"Mommy, why is our Country so messed up? I'm scared."
"Oh, little Nell, don't worry. We'll all probably die from the bird flu anyway." -- Grant Gerver
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