TGIF/Weekend edition - January 12-14, 2007
Rice says US must give Maliki "breathing space"
Tearful Bush presents Medal of Honor to family of fallen Marine ...
AP: Bush Approval Rating at New Low After Big Speech
Papa Bush was crying recently, now W -- who's next?
Alligator Tears? Blog
"President Bush announced he's creating 20,000 new jobs. They're all in Iraq." --Jay Leno
Killed in Iraq Baltimore Sun, MD
US Embassy in Athens Is Attacked New York Times
US needs help of Syria and Iran, analysts in Middle East say San Francisco Chronicle
Arab nations predict more violence in Iraq Cleveland Plain Dealer, OH
Pentagon Abandons Active-duty Time Limit Guardian Unlimited, UK
Senators to Bush: Stay out of Iran CNN International
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice let slip her news media
preferences Thursday, saying, "I love every single one" of Fox News network's
correspondents and also favors CBS anchor Harry Smith.
In comments overheard on an open microphone between morning television interviews, including one with Fox, the top U.S. diplomat said: "My Fox guys, I love every single one of them."
Child soldiers in hiding in Somalia after recent violence International Herald Tribune
"The U.S. submarine Newport News collided with a Japanese oil tanker in the Straits of Hormuz. When he heard about it, the president called immediately to make sure the oil was okay." --Jay Leno
Bush's new buddy, Lieberman Chicago Tribune
Bush administration begins selling Iraq plan CNN International
Voting-machine maker blasts politician
Rush Limbaugh and OJ Simpson Commonality: OxyContin Post Chronicle
Coulter Could Be Charged With Two Felonies for Alleged Voting Fraud
Editor & Publisher
was a big policy address from President Bush about the war in Iraq. And
President Bush revealed his new strategy for that war. So, ladies and gentlemen,
time to dust off that old 'Mission Accomplished' banner." --David Letterman
NYC loses as Dems tap Denver for '08 confab
Carter and His Critics: The Skirmishes Continue New York Times
"Huge fires in Malibu. ... They are calling this the worst disaster to hit Malibu since, I guess, Bush won re-election." --Jay Leno
immaturity of liberals like yourself never ceases to amaze. You are free to
disagree with Republican leadership. But how can you ever expect to be taken
seriously as a mature adult with a differing opinion when you employ tactics
like photoshopping pictures of Republicans onto silly juvenile pictures. I
expect that out of 8th graders.
Mpls, MN 55431
Maybe you forgot about America's long tradition of editorial cartoons and magazine illustrations lampooning every president in office.
Some of today's artists choose to paint with pixels, instead.
And you have a problem with that?
If I were you, I guess I wouldn't have much of a sense of humor either.
"New Way Forward" = "slam dump" - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com
Legal experts to Steve Jobs: iPhone your lawyers
The President is Paranoid - No Pictures
The White House broke with tradition Wednesday night and refused to let photojournalists shoot still pictures of the president at the podium after his prime-time address on the Iraq war.
Sheehan, other activists march against Guantanamo Bay prison Fort Worth Star Telegram, TX
Guantánamo protest in Doral, too Miami Herald, FL
My Blog - Fighting Untruthiness
"President Bush wants to send in 20,000 more troops to Iraq because he believes we can stop the fighting. Stop the fighting in Iraq? We can't even stop the fighting between Rosie O'Donnell and Donald Trump." --Jay Leno
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Walters calls Trump 'poor, pathetic man' Miami Herald, FL
French spoil party for Russia's super-rich ski set Washington Post
Lackland training instructor relieved after Playboy spread AirForceTimes.com
In these pictures provided by Pisa University, Friday, Jan. 12, 2007, is shown the reconstruction of Italian poet Dante Alighieri's face. Traditionally portrayed as a severe, stern figure with a large hooked nose, Dante Alighieri is now showing his softer and more human side, thanks to a reconstruction of his face recently completed by Italian scientists. The Italian poet Dante, best known for his work The Divine Comedy was born in the year 1265. (Photo/Pisa University Handout)