Wednesday edition - September 8, 2010




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Report: Castro blasts Ahmadinejad as anti-Semitic

Fidel Castro criticized Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for what he called his anti-Semitic attitudes and questioned his own actions during the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962...

Fla. minister: Quran burning still planned

 The leader of a small Florida church that espouses anti-Islam philosophy said he was still praying about whether go through with his plan to burn copies of the Quran on Sept. 11...


"President Obama is now trying for peace in the Middle East using a two state solution. I believe the two states are denial and delusion." –Jay Leno



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Killing the Messengers Continues


Gunmen on Wednesday killed an Iraqi TV journalist, the second to be slain in Iraq in as many days, highlighting the dangers media workers continue to face in the country seven years after the U.S.-led invasion.




U.S. commanders in Afghanistan are ending their zero-tolerance policy on corruption and allowing local officials who are on our side to be “moderately” corrupt. It’s the same policy we have in Congress.- Jay Leno






Disturbing News

Burning the Koran


Afghan police went on alert on Wednesday to guard against demonstrations triggered by a U.S. church's plan to burn a copy of the Koran on the anniversary of the September 11 attacks which has drawn global condemnation.



Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer stopped speaking during an interview and stared blankly at the camera for 30 seconds. The good news is, she’s now eligible to be governor of California.- Jay Leno





Republican-Shenanigans News

Judging Science


A U.S. judge refused on Tuesday to lift a ban on federal funding of human embryonic stem cell research despite Obama administration warnings it would set back key research and cost more than a thousand jobs.




Rock-The-Voter News

Exaggerations, Omission and Lies


President Barack Obama's health care initiative is getting toxic on the campaign trail.

With the country sharply divided over the sweeping new insurance law, Republicans and their allies are taking to the airwaves to attack it as elections near, often resorting to exaggeration and omissions to make their points.




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Biz-Tech News

BP PR Campaign: Pointing Fingers


Oil giant BP PLC said in an internal report released Wednesday before a key piece of evidence has been analyzed that multiple companies and work teams contributed to the massive Gulf of Mexico spill that fouled waters and shorelines for months.



Why should we spend money educating all these kids when there are no jobs for us? We’re training our own competition.- Jimmy Kimmel



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Bush-Prison-Torture News

Tea Party Racist? Naw, Just Homophobic


The president of a Montana tea party group has been kicked out of the organization for an exchange on his Facebook page that appeared to condone violence against homosexuals.





Go-F**k-Yourself News


Ryanair wants to get rid of co-pilots and replace them with computers and flight attendants. If we’ve learned anything in the last month, it’s that flight attendants are totally stable and don’t make any rash decisions that could endanger lives.- Jimmy Fallon






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Odd News

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Ahmed Benzizine stands next to the gargoyle portraying him at the Saint Jean cathedral in Lyon, central France, Wednesday Sept.8, 2010. The Muslim worker who spent nearly four decades helping to restore an ancient cathedral in Lyon has been immortalized before he retires, as a winged gargoyle peering from the facade of the edifice with the inscription 'God is Great' in French and Arabic. Personally, I think that gargoyle looks like George W. Bush.

Photo/Laurent Cipriani





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