May 5-6, 2004 Weekend Edition
Bush Senses Spirit of Unity on Iraq, UN Deal Close
Bush's Erratic Behavior Worries White House Aides
President George W. Bush’s increasingly erratic behavior and wide mood swings has the halls of the West Wing buzzing lately as aides privately express growing concern over their leader’s state of mind...
Pope, Bush discuss Iraq as
So, Bush "senses" unity? Grab the white jacket.
Did you see the surprised look on Bush's face as the pope criticized him?
"It's been reported that President Bush is having second thoughts about having the Republican convention in Manhattan. Apparently Bush says he didn't realize Manhattan was in New York City." Conan O’Brien
Saudi terror fear rattles foreigners BBC News, UK
Pope and Italians Voice Disapproval of Bush's Iraq Policy - The Scotsman
"UNTIED States Senator" —special Parker Vector pens given out to U.S. senators signing to "pledge impartial justice" in Clinton's impeachment trial. The pen order was reprinted by Parker.
Tiananmen Square crackdown remembered The Olympian, WA
To steal a line I
heard in a movie called "Fierce Creatures", Bush is pronoid.
It's the opposite of paranoid.
It means that despite all evidence to the contrary, he thinks people like him!
Graphic by Mel
Texas' GOP wants gay marriages to be a felony News 8 Austin, TX
Rumsfeld's faint praise for Tenet Independent, UK
Bush ad emphasizes job growth , calls Kerry a pessimist on the ... - Daytona Beach News-Journal
Crude oil prices drop Newsday, NY
Iraq seeks '.IQ' domain to make its mark on Net USATODAY.com
America's Digital Welcome Mat washingtonpost.com
Government Computers Still Exposed PC World
40th President, Ronald Reagan, dies in California.
Knight-Ridder Washington Bureau, CA - 6-5-04
By Robert A. Rankin. WASHINGTON - Ronald Reagan, the 40th president of the United States largely credited with ushering in an era ...
Deranged Republican Quotations
"A mere forty years ago, beach volleyball was just beginning. No bureaucrat would have invented it, and that's what freedom is all about." —Newt Gingrich, speaking at the 1996 Republican Convention
"Yes, I am Dick Armey. And if there is a 'dick army,' Barney Frank would want to join up." —Congressman Dick Armey (R-Tex.), referring to openly gay Congressman Barney Frank, in response to columnist Dave Barry's inquiry as to whether he was Dick Armey.
"Ozone Man, Ozone. He's crazy, way out, far out, man." —George Bush, Sr., speaking about Al Gore during the 1992 presidential campaign
"I am not worried about the deficit. It is big enough to take care of itself." —Ronald Reagan
"George Bush was not elected by a majority of the voters in the United States. He was appointed by God." —Lt. Gen. William Boykin, the defense undersecretary in charge of hunting down top terrorists in Iraq and Afghanistan
"Private Lynndie England's lawyers announced today that she will face a hearing for her behavior in Abu Ghraib prison on June 21. Until then, England's lawyers say they are keeping her on a short leash." Conan O’Brien
This photo from Scaled Composites (SC) shows a head-on view of of the White Knight, the carrier for 'SpaceShipOne'. The world's first private-sector space flight is tentatively planned for June 21, Scaled Composites, said.(HO-SC)
As a registered nurse, when I hear someone fell, with little or no ability to protect his face, I ask what underlying conditions might exist that caused the facial injury. In a man of Bush's otherwise good health, I would suspect the involvement of alcohol. Drinkers often make up cover stories for these accidents. When there is a history of previous such facial injury accidents, as I think Bush experienced when he reportedly choked on a pretzel and fell without protecting his face, I become more suspicious. Is anyone investigating this?
Philip from PA
All I know, is that I don't know anyone that has had 3 facial injuries in the past four years except W.
John Kerry News
Kerry promises to enlarge military USATODAY.com
Kerry Says He Was Joking About VP Choice Guardian, UK
Anti-Porn Pastor Elected Mayor in Texas Guardian, UK
I have been in torture photos, too
The Abu Ghraib images are all too familiar to Irish republicans
Saturday June 5, 2004
Legal Glitch Snarls Bush's Spot on
This photo, made available by Antarctica NZ, shows part of the ice-free area in Antarctica 'Dry Valleys.'(HO)