Monday edition - June 2, 2008
Michigan delegates will get half-votes
Clinton wins big in Puerto Rico
Rove rallies GOP, criticizes Obama
US deaths hit 5-year low in Iraq San Jose Mercury News
Australia ends combat operations in Iraq
Just When You Thought Bush Couldn't F**k Up Anymore
The United States is operating "floating prisons" to house those arrested in its war on terror, according to human rights lawyers, who claim there has been an attempt to conceal the numbers and whereabouts of detainees.
Fun With War Crimes -
Episode #2 - "9/11 Changed Everything" - YouTube
In China, mourning parents haunt Children's Day Seattle Times
Donald Rumsfeld to pen tell-all book about McClellan: "Scott Happens" - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com
Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda
broke his promise to the country by refusing to fire aide Karl Rove for leaking
a CIA agent's identity, said Scott McClellan, the president's chief spokesman
for almost three years.
"I think the president should have stood by his word and that meant Karl should have left," McClellan said Sunday
Fight to replace Doolittle divides Republicans Sacramento Bee
Scott McClellan said President Bush couldn't remember if he did cocaine. That's unlikely. Cocaine gives you an exaggerated sense of confidence and self-worth and he's too cheap to pay a hundred dollars for something he got for free from his parents.- Argus Hamilton
"I want to meet Obama. I want to know if he is going to walk the walk." - RUPERT MURDOCH
Meanwhile, Back in the U.S. Supreme Court
The Supreme Court on Monday ruled against the government in two money laundering cases, making it more difficult for prosecutors to use an important weapon in the war on drugs and organized crime.
Media see hollow Clinton victory BBC News
Obama may declare nomination victory before Clinton makes formal ... Times Online, UK
Clinton seeks to go after Obama superdelegates The Associated Press
Senator Barack Obama has resigned his membership in Chicago’s Trinity United Church of Christ, which he attended for nearly two decades, following months of controversy about pastors and their political views.
US accused of holding terror suspects on prison ships
Judge Is Dismissed in Guantanamo Bay Case Washington Post
U.S. Airways announced Wednesday that to make up for high fuel costs the airline will eliminate all peanuts and cookies and pretzel snacks on all domestic flights. It is a terrible idea. The pilots will get drunk that much faster on an empty stomach.
- Argus Hamilton
Cheney could be charm or curse in GOP's bid to regain DeLay's seat Dallas Morning News
Cheney Tells New York’s GOP He Sees Success in Iraq War
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'Legally Blonde the Musical: The Search for Elle Woods' kicks off New York Daily News
Crack is Wack for Tatum O'Neal TMZ.com
Stonehenge Used as Cemetery From the Beginning
Vietnam reports "UFO" explosion Reuters
scramble to retrieve money and seminar tickets, amounting to 100 million rupiah
($10,740), as they were distributed from a light aircraft
during the launch of a book by author Tung Desem Waringin in Serang, Banten
province, Indonesia on June 1, 2008.