Thursday edition - June 11, 2009



Donald Trump to Miss California: You're fired
San Jose Mercury News - ‎6-11-09
Nobody disses the Donald.
Wednesday brought another breathtaking twist to the saga of Carrie Prejean, the now-former Miss California USA who got the ax from the pageant's boss Donald Trump — go ahead, say "you're fired" and let's move on — for not honoring her pageant commitments.

Suspect in museum shooting was on anti-hate groups' radar
USA Today - ‎6-11-09
WASHINGTON — James von Brunn is alternately described as a decorated World War II PT boat captain, an artist and member of the high-IQ club, Mensa, as well as a notorious racist and anti-Semite.

Minn. court orders Coleman to pay $95K to Franken
AP - Wed Jun 10, 5:47 PM ET
ST. PAUL, Minn. - Republican Norm Coleman must pay Democrat Al Franken $94,783 to cover court costs for his appeal of Minnesota Senate election results


President Obama is proposing a new national healthcare plan that’s both inexpensive and accessible. He’s calling it Have Your Surgery In Mexico.- Jimmy Fallon




The-World-Will-Be-A-Safer-Place-Without Saddam

"In Iran, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is in a tight race. This guy is everywhere trying to drum up support. On Sunday, he was on the Iranian talk show, 'Eliminate the Press.'" --David Letterman


Disturbing News


A pastor in Kentucky is asking parishioners to bring their guns to church to help celebrate the Fourth of July and the Second Amendment. The church loves the idea. Donations have gone up 500% since they started passing the collection plate at gunpoint.- Jimmy Fallon


Morning Joe thinks Jon Stewart is short - SeattlePI





Republican-Shenanigans News

Glenn Beck Blames Obama for Museum Shootout



Glenn Beck and two of his guests argued that Adolph Hitler and the Nazi Party were "leftwing"; that "political correctness" led the committed white supremacist, James Von Brunn, to shoot a security guard at the Holocaust Museum in Washington, DC; and that ultimately President Barack Obama is the one responsible for the violence because his "bailouts" and "Socialistic" policies are engendering widespread anger.



God does not have a birth certificate and neither does Obama. - Rush Limbaugh, Domestic Terrorist





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Rock-The-Voter News

Challengers to Sarah Palin


Former Republican state Rep. Ralph Samuels is considering a challenge of Gov. Sarah Palin in next year's election, and Valdez Republican Rep. John Harris says he plans to run for governor if Palin doesn't.


"I am Stephen Colbert, and I am reporting for duty. Folks, right off the top, I want to thank the USO for bringing me and my show to our brave men and women in uniform in Baghdad, Iraq. Thank you so much. I have to say, this place is great. I've always loved the beach, but I hate the ocean, so this is perfect!" --Stephen Colbert



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Biz-Tech News

Bank Bailout Turns Out to Have Been Good Business for US


When Congress passed the $700 billion Wall Street bailout package last fall, critics said it'd be a money loser. But when 10 banks returned $68 billion of the money on Tuesday, President Barack Obama said the government had realized a small profit.


Did it really?



Hey, yesterday, Hezbollah was defeated in the Lebanese elections. That’s right. Hezbollah was defeated… so now they have no choice but to merge with Fiat.- David Letterman




Bush-Prison-Torture News



40th Anniversary of the Loss of Rivet Amber June 5, 1969 - June 5, 2009




Go-F**k-Yourself News


 Turn Down The Volume


Congress soon might mute screaming TV-ad announcers who press viewers to "buy now!" — if broadcasters don't beat the lawmakers to the volume button.

Under a proposal to be taken up Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission would squelch ad volumes to the average decibels of the TV show during which they appear.




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Odd News

To Help You Deflate Photo




A handout photo shows "La Patera" (The Raft) a 2002 pastel on paper depicts the body of a 1950s U.S. sedan supported by a profusion of black male legs. The Cuban art market is showing signs of vitality as the economic recession weakens demand for works from elsewhere in Latin America, collectors said. A Cuban painting was the top seller in May's Latin American art auctions in New York. American collectors of Asian art are now snapping up Cuban contemporary works and Cuban art galleries are also springing up. Photo/The Farber Collection




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