Thursday edition - June 26, 2008




Bush wants to take North Korea off terror list
USA Today - 6-26-08
President Bush says North Korea has turned over a statement that describes its nuclear programs since 1986. In response, Bush says he's lifting some...


Halliburton shoots to record high for 2nd day
Forbes, NY - Jun 24, 2008
Shares of oilfield services company Halliburton Co. hit a record high for the second straight session before easing Tuesday

Time running out for nuclear program talks, Iran warns
Los Angeles Times -6-26-08
Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani says Tehran could take drastic steps in response to pressure aimed at halting its uranium enrichment efforts


"The president of Iran has announced, 'We are a nuclear country.' ... You know what's scary about that? The president of Iran knows how to pronounce nuclear." --David Letterman



The-World-Is-A-Safer-Place-Without Saddam


"Everyone knows: the Iraq war is largely about oil." - Alan Greenspan, former chairman of the US Federal Reserve


One Million for Education


Actors Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have donated $1 million for educational aid to children impacted by the Iraq war in that country and in the United States, a charitable organization said on Wednesday.


Disturbing News








Republican-Shenanigans News


"Both McCain and Senator Barack Obama are trying to woo voters who are outside their natural demographic. In this election, for Senator Obama, that means trying to reach working class, non-Muslim white women who love America." --Jon Stewart


Was Tim Russert really as balanced as they say?
Philadelphia Inquirer



"Arnold Schwarzenegger met John McCain today. And it was a very awkward moment when they shook hands because McCain's hand broke off." --Craig Ferguson

Rock-The-Voter News

Elian Gonzales and Obama


Eight years after the furor over the repatriation of Elian Gonzalez to Cuba possibly cost Al Gore the state of Florida in his 537-vote loss to George W. Bush, the international custody saga has returned to haunt another Democratic presidential nominee: Barack Obama.




"I am rolling up my sleeves and getting back to work." - Hillary Clinton



Biz-Tech News


High court strikes down gun ban
CNN International



Bush-Prison-Torture News


"John McCain and Barack Obama have both laid out their energy plans. Obama wants enough "green" energy to power the entire U.S. economy, and McCain just wants enough energy to stay up past nine o'clock." --Craig Ferguson





Go-F**k-Yourself News


"Hey, there was an interesting study released today which says that people who live here in the state of California are less convinced that there is a God than the people of any other state in the country. On an unrelated note, more than 800 wildfires here in California are currently burning out of control." --Jimmy Kimmel


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Odd News



Row homes valued at $400,000 each, which are offered for free in a "buy one, get one free" deal, are seen in Escondido, California. A depressed Southern California real estate market has a San Diego developer offering a "buy one, get one free" deal, pairing million-dollar homes with less expensive homes. In a market beset with foreclosures and plummeting sales following the mortgage meltdown in 2007, Michael Crews Development is offering the new, 2000-square foot row-homes valued at $400,000 in Escondido for free if you buy one of their Estate homes in San Pasqual Valley starting at $1.6 million. Photo/Mike Blake