July 21, 2004 WEDNESDAY
and peace president: Bush takes his pick
Gentler Bush pushes 'peace' presidency
Chicago Sun Times, IL - 7-21-04
BY DEB RIECHMANN. CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- President Bush said Tuesday that the country will be safer if he's re-elected, offering soothing ...
Head of kidnapped American found in freezer
Ireland Online, Ireland -7-21-04
The head of American hostage Paul Johnson, who was kidnapped and beheaded...
Ohhh, I love a decisive president.
"In a speech the other day to the Amish, President Bush said that God speaks through him. That's what he said. I don't know, do you think God would mispronounce that many words?" Jay Leno
Where was Bush?
Bush, CIA at Odds on Iran Los Angeles Times
Bush visits Eastern
Iowa City Press Citizen, IA - 7-21-04
... Wednesday's stop in Cedar Rapids marked the first time Bush has visited Eastern Iowa since his 2000 presidential campaign, the first time the community college ...
Fingerpointing Gets Fast and Furious Washington Post, DC
"Martha Stewart is going to jail. Or as she calls it, 'J Mart.'" óJay Leno
Housing Starts Tumble in June Reuters
Halliburton's top brass won't testify on Iraq Houston Chronicle, TX
Vice president rallies Republican backers in Minn. Minnesota Daily, MN
Jenna Bush pokes tongue at press NEWS.com.au, Australia
Reports of Iraqi abuse rise Al Jazeera, World
Documents detail wider abuse of Iraqi prisoners Tri-Valley Herald, CA
Iraqi women stigmatized by prison The Globe and Mail, Canada
True Majority link to new country song spoofing Bush: "You Ain't a Cowboy":
"The Democratic Convention is next week, and ... the Clintons are arranging individual security details. Hillary will be surrounded by four Secret Service agents; Bill will be protected by Catwoman." Craig Kilborn
Old-time religion on the decline San Francisco Chronicle, CA
P Diddy gets political NME.com
Bill Clinton meets with Columbine victims Seattle Post Intelligencer, WA
Bush Plans No Rest in Next Month; 2nd Term Agenda Near New York Times, NY
Turkish divers pass over the underwater art exhibition called 'Shark' which is situated near the southern Turkish town of Kas in the Mediterranean coast. (Handout)