Tuesday edition - July 1, 2008
STEP RIGHT THIS WAY, MR. PRESIDENT
White House Blocking Search for Bin Laden
Obama insists he's true red, white & blue
More US troops died in Afghanistan than Iraq in June
Blast Kills 8 in Northwest Pakistan
Iraq sparks scramble for lucrative oil contracts CNN International
Judges Make Fun Of Bush, Too!
The U.S. Court of Appeals
for the District of Columbia, in an opinion released Monday,
compares a Bush administration legal argument to one made by a dimwitted
character in a poem.
Auditors: Nuclear plants not following fire rules The Associated Press
Arctic Ice: Going, Going... Discovery Channel
Wounded Iraqi Forces Say They’ve Been Abandoned
...In the United States, the issue of war injuries has revolved almost entirely around the care received by the 30,000 wounded American veterans. But Iraqi soldiers and police officers have been wounded in greater numbers, health workers say, and have been treated far worse by their government....
Bush base yet to rush to donate to McCain Boston Globe
ND Republican deputy facing drunken driving charge Jamestown Sun, ND
DFLers claim Sen. Coleman's DC digs break Senate rules Minneapolis Star Tribune, MN
The Justice Department's $5.8 million settlement with Steven Hatfill, named a "person of interest" in the 2001 anthrax attacks, leaves unresolved his challenge to reporters' rights in protecting sources of sensitive information.
Obama and Bill Clinton Talk
Artists Lend Voices to Obama Campaign
Obama Is Against Separation of Church and State
Reaching out to evangelical voters, Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama is announcing plans that would expand President Bush's program steering federal social service dollars to religious groups and — in a move sure to cause controversy — support their ability to hire and fire based on faith.
Oil climbs to $142 a barrel in Asia The Associated Press
Chrysler plans fewer trucks, vans Detroit Free Press
Flood damage to corn crop not as bad as feared Minneapolis Star Tribune
Anger Rises Over Salmonella Probe Wall Street Journal
Gates On Windows: 'What A Mess' InformationWeek
Vandals must have really
thought they were hurting Orlando taxpayers when they spray-painted dozens of
city-owned cars, but maybe they should have used some better paint.
Vandals spray-painted rude and badly spelled comments about Barack Obama. The vandals were not the brightest bulbs. Not only are they bad spellers, they used paint that came right off.
President Bush still clings to his claim that the economy is doing well. “It’s a good time to buy a house.” Yeah, and an airline. And Circuit City. – Will Durst
Renton man sued in Iraq torture claim Seattle Times
Guantanamo detainee to be charged over USS Cole attack Belfast Telegraph
Clear Channel, the radio station and billboard powerhouse, has banned an ad for Harry Shearer's new CD "Songs of Bushmen" because it depicts George Bush with a bone through his nose
Cheney vs. Rice on North Korea?
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Woods Won’t Host Event; He’ll Rest Knee Instead New York Times
Scientist stages daring bear rescue
NJ priest denies Vati-con scheme New York Daily News
Tim Berg of
Soldotna, Alaska, poses in Seward, Alaska, with the 319.6-pound halibut he
caught in the Gulf of Alaska on Tuesday, June 24, 2008, during the Seward
Photo/J-Dock Seafood, Blaine Bachman