Thursday edition - August 5, 2010




Obama and Palin Condoms Not Protected Under First Amendment, Judge Rules
The vendors were selling condoms with names like "The Palin," which features a picture of Sarah Palin and the message "When Abortion is Not an Option...Condoms with an image of President Obama on the wrapper are labeled the "Ultimate Stimulus Package."


China rejects U.S. pressure on Iran trade ties

China pushed back at U.S. pressure on its business and oil trade with Iran in comments published on Wednesday, while Iran's oil minister was in Beijing seeking to shore up ties with the big customer.

Afghan president heads to Iran

Afghan President Hamid Karzai left on Thursday for neighboring Iran to attend a regional conference, his office said.

I wonder if I'm protected under the First Amendment for making fun of Palin condumbs?


"Bristol Palin and Levi Johnston have apparently broken up again, less than a month after announcing their engagement. Bristol called it off faster than you can say, 'Mom, put the gun down.'" –Jimmy Kimmel




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

I Wonder If The Chinese Used the Technology They Gained From Capturing Our Spy Plane in 2001?


Nothing projects U.S. global air and sea power more vividly than supercarriers. Bristling with fighter jets that can reach deep into even landlocked trouble zones, America's virtually invincible carrier fleet has long enforced its dominance of the high seas.

China may soon put an end to that.




"President Obama announced his plan to remove all combat troops from Iraq by the end of August. So thank you to all the men and women serving in Iraq and 'Good luck in Afghanistan!'" –Jimmy Fallon


Disturbing News




"Sarah Palin today said she has mixed feelings about this. On the one hand, she was never a big fan of Levi in the first place, but on the other hand, she had already shot the polar bear to make her daughter’s wedding dress." –Jimmy Kimmel



Oliver Stone On Usury


"In the film, Michael Douglas’ character, Gordon Gekko, points out a statistic: Finance companies account for 47 percent of corporate profits in America today. Back in the 1980s, I believe it was on the order of 15 percent. Usury has become America’s largest industry. Greed is legal."





Republican-Shenanigans News


"It's President Obama's birthday today. He'll be 49 years old. Yea right, if he had a birth certificate." –David Letterman


Those Wacky Daughters of Republicans


Rudy Giuliani's daughter was arrested Wednesday on a misdemeanor shoplifting charge at a beauty supplies store after she was seen on security video pocketing makeup, police said.




Rock-The-Voter News


"Three convicted murderers escaped from a prison in Arizona. The governor told the people, 'Don't worry, all three murderers are American citizens.'" –Jay Leno



Oh, Double Snap


A federal judge Wednesday overturned California’s ban on gay marriage, saying the voter-approved initiative violates both the due-process and equal-protection clauses of the U.S. Constitution’s 14th Amendment.


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Biz-Tech News


"Do you know that $8.7 billion of our money has gone missing in Iraq? I didn't even know they had a Goldman Sachs over there." –Jay Leno

Halliburton Sued By St. Joe


 Florida real estate developer St. Joe Co. is suing Halliburton Co. over its role in the rig explosion that led to the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

St. Joe said late Wednesday that Halliburton, which was responsible for encasing BP PLC's subsea well in cement, ignored safety procedures and didn't properly manage the cementing process.



Bush-Prison-Torture News


"Experts in the Gulf of Mexico say they are having trouble finding the oil and they think it's under water. They don't call them experts for nothing. " –David Letterman



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Crew members sit inside an Electric Piaggio Porter, made by The Artificial Vision and Intelligent Systems Laboratory (VisLab) of Parma University, as it is driven by a computer, in Kiev August 4, 2010. Two of these electric vehicles, mainly powered by solar energy, are making a 13000 km ( 8077 miles) trip from Milan to Shanghai as they demonstrate the feasibility of deploying autonomous 'green' vehicles using today's technology. Only the lead vehicle in the convoy is being driven by a person.
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