Wednesday edition - July 28, 2010

 

 

 

Introducing 'Sarah Palin in Your Pocket'

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin had debuted in the form of a voice-enabled keychain, called, sensibly enough, Sarah Palin in Your Pocket.
The gadget is actually the latest in a line of novelty chains that debuted back in 1997. That year, New Orleans-based entrepreneur Steve Winn struck gold with a little toy called Cajun in Your Pocket, a keychain that spouts lines like "you gotta suck da head on dem der crawfish."

 

US att'y general: Probe seeking Afghan leak source

CAIRO - A Pentagon investigation will determine whether criminal charges will be filed in the leaking of Afghanistan war secrets, ...

Tenn. gov hopeful questions if Islam is a 'cult'
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Republican gubernatorial candidate Ron Ramsey is being criticized by a national Muslim advocacy group for questioning whether Islam is more of a cult than a a religion.


 


 

"BP is firing its CEO, Tony Hayward. They're negotiating a settlement for $18 million. Boy, that'll teach him." –David Letterman
 


 


The-World-Will-Be-A-Safer-Place-Without Saddam


 

"Leaked documents show that Pakistan has been taking American money and using it to fund the Taliban. The Pakistanis are denying it, and they're like, 'The Taliban bought those iPods with their own money.'" –Craig Ferguson
 


 

 


 

Disturbing News


 

"It turns out that our biggest ally in the region is Russia. With all due respect to Russia, it's not the best place to get advice on how to win in Afghanistan." –Craig Ferguson

 

 


White House Press Musical Chairs

 

The White House Correspondents Association meets this weekend to determine who'll fill the front-row vacancy that opened after Helen Thomas resigned. Recently, Fox News, Bloomberg News, and NPR have all sent letters to the board arguing why they deserve to move up.

 



 

Republican-Shenanigans News


 


Why Did Arizona Need A Law To Do What They Already Were Doing?

 

Without the benefit of their state's strict new immigration law, officers from a single Arizona county helped deport more than 26,000 immigrants from the U.S. through a federal-local partnership program that has been roundly criticized as fraught with problems.

Statistics obtained by The Associated Press show that the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office was responsible for deportations or forced departure of 26,146 immigrants since 2007.
 


 

 


Rock-The-Voter News

 


 

 


Oh, Double Snap

 

 Democrats are planning to link the tea party and Republicans, overlapping the two groups to paint the GOP as a party of extremists and the grassroots activists as tools of the establishment.

 



We give Pakistan a billion a year in aid and they help insurgents in Afghanistan? With friends like this, who needs enemy combatants?
- Will Durst
 


 

 


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Biz-Tech News


 

"There were reports over the weekend that BP's CEO Tony Hayward could resign within the next two days. Two days. Of course, in BP time, that's like six months." –Jimmy Fallon
 


 

 


Huh?

 

Credit card fees and rewards programs exacerbate income inequality by acting as a transfer of wealth from poor to rich, according to a Federal Reserve Bank of Boston study released Monday.

 


Bush-Prison-Torture News


 


Go-F**k-Yourself News


 

 


 

 

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Odd News


To Help You Deflate Photo

 

 

 

A four-day-old Zedonk, a rare cross between a zebra and a donkey, stands next to her mother at the Chestatee Wildlife Preserve in Lumpkin County, Ga. Monday July 26, 2010. The director of the preserve says it is the first time in 40 years that a zedonk has been born there. Photo/The Times,Tom Reed

 

Peace.


 


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