September 2 2003 Tuesday
Buckingham Palace is on alert
A royal security alert has been sparked by the theft of an anti-terror
policewoman's car containing passes to Buckingham Palace. ...
US to Increase Number of Armed Air Marshals
Reuters, UK -9-2-03
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge will announce plans on Tuesday to make 5,000 more armed law enforcement agents available to act as federal air marshals, officials said....
NY.ers fear new terror attack
New York Daily News, NY - 9-2-03
... If there is another terrorist attack, 33% of New Yorkers believe the weapons of ... Those who anticipate the use of chemical or biological weapons has dropped to 19 ...
Babs Bush, beautiful mind, my foot.
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"A shocking Zogby poll last week had Vermont Gov. Howard Dean at a giant 21-point lead over former New Hampshire frontrunner Sen. John Kerry. That's more than 2-to-1 with a 38 percent to 17 percent margin. Mr. Dean is the clear frontrunner and may well lead the Democrats next year. So, this is a wake-up call for the Bushies. It's time for all the president's men to aggressively defend Mr. Bush's policies and attack Dean's extreme left-liberal positions.
"...Howard Dean's left-wing uprising should be squelched before it gains any currency in the public mind. Standing above the fray is no way to do it. Neither are caustic putdowns. The Bushies must dig in now. They've got to pull out some serious policy analysis and some long knives - before this Dean thing gets out of hand."
- Columnist Lawrence Kudlow
Well, well, well--Dean has the right wing worried. That is a very good sign.
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U.S. battlefield casualties in Iraq are increasing dramatically in the face of continued attacks by remnants of Saddam Hussein's military and other forces, with almost 10 American troops a day now being officially declared "wounded in action." 9/2
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"I think war is a dangerous place."
óGeorge W. Bush, Washington, D.C., May 7, 2003
I guess that is why he spends so much time on a golf course during wartime.
"These people don't have tanks. They don't have ships. They hide in caves. They send suiciders out."
óGeorge W. Bush, speaking about terrorists, Portsmouth, N.H., Nov. 1, 2002
So, he looked into my eyes and saw my soul. He is a fool.
When I saw the above picture I couldn't help but wonder what Vlad Putin was thinking.
Halliburton's Iraq contracts exceed $1.7 billion
Company was formerly headed by Dick Cheney
San Francisco Chronicle, CA -
The size and scope of the government contracts awarded to Halliburton in connection
with the war in Iraq are significantly greater than previously disclosed ...
"We need an energy bill that encourages consumption."
óGeorge W. Bush, Trenton, N.J., Sept. 23, 2002
I wonder if high gas prices are part of his energy bill.
Subtle and delicate in appearance, these are filaments of shocked interstellar gas -- part of the expanding blast wave from a violent stellar explosion. Recorded in November 1997 with the Wide Field and Planetary Camera 2 on board the Hubble Space Telescope, the picture is a close up of a supernova remnant known as the Cygnus Loop. (NASA photo)