Monday edition - May 28, 2007
US Meets With Iran For First Time In Decades
US Senate Panel Says Pre-War Intelligence Correctly Predicted
China says US report on its military exaggerated
I wonder if the Iran-Contra Affair is mentioned in the history books of our US schools?
Thanks to Bush, Everyday's Memorial Day. - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com
US military deaths in Iraq at 3452 MLive.com, MI
8 more US troops die Chicago Sun-Times, IL
972 GIs killed in Iraq in past year
Mother works to memorialize contractor son slain in Iraq Charlotte Observer, NC
"Today President Bush lashed back at Jimmy Carter saying, 'Hey, if it wasn't for me, there wouldn't be that many poor people for you to build houses for.'" --Jay Leno
Big Dog Barks
"I met Rush Limbaugh the
other night in New York, and I was tempted after all the terrible things he said
about me to tell him we were 99-point-nine percent the same," Clinton said,
drawing laughter from the audience.
"I was afraid
the poor man would run weeping from the restaurant, and so I let it go."
Andrew Card gets booed
GOP senator expects troop cut Baltimore Sun, MD
MSNBC Nearing Decision About Morning Slot; Scarborough
Defending Bumper stickers
Democratic consultant and
Fox News commentator
Bob Beckel is sporting a big shiner from a fistfight Tuesday afternoon in
the parking lot of a Giant supermarket in Bethesda.
War on Terror Batting Average
immigration agencies say anti-terrorism is their primary mission, but they tried
to deport only 12 people on terrorism-related charges from 2004 through 2006,
according to a private research study released yesterday.
The 12 represent a tiny fraction of the 814,073 people the government tried to expel from the country during the three years.
Meanwhile, Back to Osama bin Laden
During a Rose Garden news
conference on Thursday, President Bush was asked by New York Times reporter Jim
Rutenberg why Osama bin Laden is still at large. Bush responded:
"Why is he at large? Because we haven't got him yet, Jim. That's why. And he's hiding, and we're looking, and we will continue to look until we bring him to justice. We've brought a lot of his buddies to justice, but not him. That's why he's still at large. He's not out there traipsing around, he's not leading many parades, however. He's not out feeding the hungry. He's isolated, trying to kill people to achieve his objective."
Oil Prices Retreat Below $65 a Barrel Houston Chronicle, TX
S.Korea to review conditions for bone-in beef Washington Post
Poland Catches Jerry Falwell Flu
Poland's conservative government took its drive to curb what it sees as homosexual propaganda to the small screen on Monday, taking aim at Tinky Winky and the other Teletubbies.
I just think that George Bush really thought he could give the Iraqis a better life. But I think it was arrogant for a guy in his fifties to not realize that he was way too stupid to be the person who could deliver this. – Bill Maher
Child porn gets Abu Ghraib contractor 3 years in prison Richmond Times Dispatch, VA
US lawyers ask Yemen to act to repatriate citizens from Guantanamo
Guantanamo detainee in plea for fellow journalist Times Online, UK
Top Ten Reasons Why I, Homer
Simpson, Should Be The Next President by
10. I'm smarter than the last guy
9. With an oval office, I can't bump into anything
8. Fox News is already on my side
7. I will take full advantage of the free food that comes with the job
6. I have enormous experience apologizing for failed decisions
5. I will appoint a Secretary of Donuts
4. I will be the Secretary of Donuts
3. My middle name isn't Hussein... anymore
2. My vice president will be Mayor McCheese
1. Kick-ass inauguration party! Bring a six pack and you're in
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O'Donnell quits US talk show early after spat Washington Post, DC
In this photo released by Melynne Stone, Jamison Stone, 11, poses with a wild pig he killed near Delta, Ala., May 3, 2007, which is located about 200 miles north of AHNC's Alabama Headquarters. Stone's father says the hog weighed a staggering 1,051 pounds and measured 9-feet-4 from the tip of its snout to the base of its tail. If claims of the animal's size are true, it would be larger than ``Hogzilla,'' the huge hog killed in Georgia in 2004. Photo/Melynne Stone