September 14, 2004 Tuesday
Gun shops see business jump
WASHINGTON — The expiration of
the 10-year-old ban on 19 types of assault weapons Monday drove up ...
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"The nationwide ban on assault weapons expired yesterday... John Kerry criticized President Bush for not fighting to renew the ban. Well, you can understand why President Bush doesn't want to renew the ban on assault weapons. These are the first weapons of mass destruction he's actually been able to find!" -- Jay Leno
U.S. Attacks an Iraqi City With Double-Edged Sword Los Angeles Times
UN Pulls Workers From Afghan City Washington Post
Website: Iraqi Militants Kill Turkish Hostage Voice of America
"Political pundits are
saying President George W. Bush has made gains in two key states: dazed and
-- David Letterman
Medical costs eat at Social Security USATODAY.com
Serious crime soars by 45% Sun-Sentinel.com, FL
"There are now a lot of questions about the authenticity of these memos shown on '60 Minutes' about President Bush and his service in the National Guard. Let me tell you something. If there's one thing you don't want to see, it's a president who really didn't win the election being brought down by phony documents." -- Jay Leno
The Republicans claim the documents must be fakes, but an old typewriter shows it is the Republicans who are lying.
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"You know I'm not sure if our homeland security has improved that much. Like today the CIA called the state of Florida and said, 'There might be a hurricane heading your way.' " -- Jay Leno
Free cars bonanza as Oprah keeps on rolling Guardian, UK
AHNC History Flashback
Grand Cayman island flooded by Hurricane Ivan, September 13, 2004.
Cayman Islands has only 33,000 people but is the world's fifth largest banking center, thanks to its no-tax regime, lenient regulations and strict confidentiality laws.
Cayman Islands relies heavily on foreign business and is home to more than 570 banks and trust companies, 2,238 mutual funds and 499 captive insurance companies. Some 40,000 offshore companies are registered here. CNNOne unexplored approach to unraveling the Enron scandal may lie in the company's use of offshore tax havens, which have scant banking-disclosure laws. The company had over 2800 subsidiaries, some 800 of which were headquartered in nations officially designated as tax havens, including the Cayman Islands. –- The Village Voice, Bush Gave Enron Breathing Room, January 2002
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The lack of accountability for abuses at Abu Ghraib International Herald Tribune, France
Rumsfeld ignored abuse evidence Taipei Times, Taiwan
Kitty Kelley Publisher Seeks Damages
AP -- Sept. 9
The publisher of Kitty Kelley's controversial new biography of the Bush family has accused Newsweek of allegedly violating a prepublication agreement and said the magazine owed "substantial damages."
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"The candidates are arguing about the exact format of the presidential debates. Kerry wants to stand behind a podium, and Bush wants to stand behind Dick Cheney." -- Jay Leno
'N Sync-er weds; Ivana tries out for 'Apprentice' USATODAY.com
A view from Brooklyn, New York, of the 9-11 World Trade Center Tribute. Photograph taken by AHNC viewer, Jo-Ann.