July 26, 2004 MONDAY EDITION
Congress vacating Capitol for five weeks
Bush Considers Speedy Moves on 9/11 Report
Los Angeles Times -7-26-04
Among them: Who financed the attacks? Were terrorist cells in the U.S. involved?
Day 13: I have not seen a TV. Withdrawal symptoms increasing.
“The Los Alamos National Laboratory, where research is done on all the nuclear weapons, they are reporting they are missing two computer disks with sensitive weapons information on them. Two of the disks are missing. How embarrassing is that? Now we can't even find our own weapons of mass destruction.” Jay Leno
said something I didn't say. Now shove it." –
Teresa Heinz Kerry to
Colin McNickle, the editorial page editor of the conservative Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Big f***n’ deal, in the realm of telling someone to go F*** themselves.
Fresh Attacks Kill 8 in Iraq; Jordanians Seized Washington Post, DC
US Irate Over Philippines' Iraq Pullout Washington Post, DC
Iraqi Hostage-Takers Extend Deadline ABC News
NATO Troops Step Up Patrols in Kabul ABC News
I Support Faith Based
Missile Defense Systems
700 Die in South Asia Floods Voice of America, DC
Media Matters for America, DC - 7-26-04
On the eve of former President Bill Clinton's primetime address at the Democratic National Convention -- and in the aftermath of the release of the 9-11 ...
GOP War Room Keeps Low Profile in Boston Guardian, UK
Conservative Group Unveils Anti-Kerry Ads San Luis Obispo Tribune, CA
THIS WEEK FOUR YEARS AGO:
Days before the Republican convention, Dick Cheney emerged as George W. Bush's choice for a running mate, bringing to the GOP ticket a wealth of foreign policy experience and political stature.
"It's easy to fall down a manhole, it's easy to put the candles too close to the drapes, it's easy to launch a military invasion of another country based on a few blurry satellite photos." Lewis Black- The Daily Show
Go F*** Yourself News
Cheney to campaign in Tucson this week Arizona Daily Sun, AZ
Better hair for a better America Kerry/Edwards 2004
Kerry Staff Enforces Be-Positive Mandate Guardian, UK
John Edwards Working on Speech Newsday, NY
Clinton in Spotlight at Kerry Convention WTOP, D.C
European Press Review: Kerry and Europe Deutsche Welle, Germany
BY THE NUMBERS:
4,353 - Number of delegates attending the Democratic National Convention.
502 - Delegates from California.
12 - Delegates from Guam.
95 - Age of oldest delegate, Eleanor Slater of Rhode Island.
17 - Age of youngest delegate, Sarah Bender of Ohio.
Sen. Clinton to Speak at Mass. Convention Guardian, UK
A shining star named Obama U.S. News & World Report
Vermont Congressman Interviewed for Film Tallahassee.com, FL
The 2nd Annual Stupid Awards
Stupidest Statement of the Year was Bush's pronouncement that "combat operations have ended in Iraq," where fighting still rages more than a year after the U.S.-led invasion to topple Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein.
Stupidest Woman of the Year was U.S. soldier Pvt. Lynndie England, who became notorious after pictures were published of her allegedly abusing Arab prisoners in a Baghdad military prison. She is facing charges.
Bush took the Stupidest Man of the Year Award and for the second time in the history of the two-year-old awards won the Stupidity Award for Reckless Endangerment of the Planet.
The George W. Bush Loyalty Quiz
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Rogue waves that rise as high as 10-story buildings and can sink large ships are far more common than previously thought, imagery from European Space Agency satellites has shown. As part of a scientific project initiated by the European Union in December 2000, two ESA satellites monitored the world's oceans to test the frequency of monster waves that were once dismissed as a nautical myth. A rogue wave is seen in this rare 1980 photo taken aboard a supertanker during a storm near Durban, South Africa. (Reuters)