Thursday edition - September 23, 2010
Graphic by Larry
Republicans are putting their leading midterm congressional campaign arguments into a new manifesto designed to show they're listening to an angry public and are focused on creating jobs
Sen. Mary Landrieu delivered a blow to the White House...
A growing number of Senate Democrats say they probably won't consider President Barack Obama's call to preserve middle class tax cuts until after voters choose their congressmen and senators on Nov. 2
Palin is one of the dancers on the show. She got an 18. The judges were pretty
nice to her. Her mother, Sarah Palin, said she was going to be in the audience
for the first show, but she wasn't. It's not like her to commit to something and
back out. But it's otter hunting season." –Jimmy Kimmel
And the Beat Goes On
Israeli leaders have sharply
criticized Bill Clinton over reported comments the former U.S. president made
this week calling Russian immigrants in Israel an obstacle to peace.
Clinton, who is generally a well-loved figure in Israel for his efforts to broker a Mideast peace deal in the 1990s, was also quoted as saying at a round-table group this week in New York that the most recent arrivals in Israel have the hardest time agreeing to share the land with the Palestinians.
Christine O’Donnell Shuns National Media, Limits Appearances to Wayne’s World
By Don Davis
Idiot America: How
Stupidity Became a Virtue in the Land of the Free
....And then there is the Iraq war, which Mr. Pierce deems “Idiot America’s purest product.” Although the irrationality and fear-mongering that led up to the destruction of Iraq has been widely discussed in other forums, the reader’s jaw will still drop as Mr. Pierce recalls how applicants for jobs in the agency tasked with rebuilding Iraq were quizzed on their opposition to Roe v. Wade before being hired. Or the vital role Fox’s torture porn show 24 played in discussions on whether to abuse prisoners.
know what's interesting, O'Donnell said she dabbled in witchcraft, and her
opponent, Democratic candidate Chris Coons, he had no comment. He wanted to
comment, but he lost his voice, went blind and came down with boils. It was
horrible." –Jay Leno
When All Else Fails: Distort
A nephew of the
late President John F. Kennedy is asking Connecticut's Republican candidate for
Senate, Linda McMahon, to pull her political advertisement featuring the former
president talking about tax cuts, saying it is misleading to voters.
The two-page letter from Edward M. Kennedy Jr., obtained by The Associated Press on Wednesday, says McMahon "distorts the legacy of President Kennedy in order to mislead voters into thinking" that he would have supported her position on tax policy.
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Christine O'Donnell and Homo Musculus
Big Dog Nails Palin couldn't resist the pun
Bill Clinton is
the best handicapper in American politics. So when, on the eve of his annual
Clinton Global Initiative conference in New York City, he assessed the power and
peril of Sarah Palin, everybody paid attention...He wasn't all praise when it
came to Palin. He implied that she has been successful despite - or maybe
because of - the fact that
she is thriving in a "period in politics that's sort of fact-free."
Jimmy Carter: ‘Ted Kennedy Responsible For Killing The Lust In My Heart’
By Don Davis
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Prison camp staff are making no plans for the lifetime detention of 48 captives who the Obama administration has determined will not be released even if they are never charged with a crime, the admiral in charge of the detention center said Wednesday.
Almost Halfway There
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To Help You Deflate Photo
In this publicity image released by Sesame Workshop, singer Katy Perry, left, is shown with Elmo performing in a music video called 'Hot and Cold' about opposites on 'Sesame Street.' The children's show says it won't air a taped segment featuring the 'California Gurls' singer. The pop star -- who is known for her risque outfits -- wore a gold bustier top as she sang a version of her hit 'Hot N Cold.' But some felt it was too revealing for the kid set. Photo/Sesame Workshop
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