TGIF/Weekend edition - January 25-27, 2007
Republicans debate economy, attack Clinton
Wolfowitz Returns to US Government as Adviser
Bush and House in Accord for $150 Billion Stimulus
Wolfowitz is back! Fresh, new scandals soon to come!
Bush, Cheney and their ne'er-do-wells made 935 false statements (also known as lies) in the run-up to the War. Bush claims it's only an impeachable offense if it were over 1000. - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com
Coalition Soldier Dies in Afghanistan The Associated Press
72000 American casualties: toll of war on terror The Herald, UK
Here Come The Judge
federal judge said Thursday that CIA interrogation videotapes may have been
relevant to his court case,
and he gave the Bush administration three weeks to explain why they were
destroyed in 2005 and say whether other evidence was destroyed.
Bush Doesn't Know Jack About Art
George W. Bush is famous for his attachment to a painting which he acquired after becoming a “born again Christian.” It’s by W.H.D. Koerner and is entitled “A Charge to Keep.” Bush was so taken by it, that he took the painting’s name for his own official autobiography. And here’s what he says about it:
Meanwhile, Back In North Korea...
Nuclear-armed North Korea used UN-linked bank accounts to secretly transfer funds in connection with alleged weapons sales, a US Senate probe showed Thursday.
Someone should warn the "Decider" that a laxative is also considered a stimulus package. - Zing!
Republican Shenanigans News
Huckabee Finds Cash for Limited TV Ad The Associated Press
EPA Chief Defends His Decision on California New York Times
"How about that Mitt Romney, huh? I mean, this guy looks like he'd be selling fruit dehydrators on cable. ... He looks like the guy who tells you how to buy real estate with no money down. ... He looks like a cosmetic surgeon who gets ambushed on '60 Minutes.' ... He looks like the photo that comes with the frame. ... By the way, if Mitt Romney is elected, he'll be the first president ever sworn in on a copy of GQ." --David Letterman
State of the Union Speech
In a bow to political reality, President Bush's final State of the Union speech will skip bold proposals in favor of ones the country has heard before, a modest approach for a White House that prides itself on big ideas.
looks like Rudy Giuliani having a rough time in Florida. Man, I tell you, his
early lead evaporated quicker than those wedding vows." --Jay Leno
The United States should award an initial contract for the next generation of Global Positioning Satellites (GPS) and stop delaying the program for a laundry list of additional functions, a senior military official said on Thursday
Oil Prices Rise to Near $90 a Barrel The Associated Press
Mortgage industry cheers stimulus proposal MarketWatch
Wall St. Journal to Continue Its Charges for Web Content New York Times
Imus Being Sued
Don Imus is being sued for more than $4 million by an advertiser on his former show who says the radio shock jock badmouthed the company and called its commercials for a book by the late President Gerald Ford "cheesy."
Cheney: Telecoms deserve immunity for NSA aid
Arrested War Critic Seeks VP's Testimony
World Clock - Very Interesting World data
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Female Figure on Mars Just a Rock SPACE.com
view of the swimming pool at the resort of San Alfonso del Mar in Algarrobo city
on the southern coast of Chile, some 100 km (62 miles) west of Santiago, January
21, 2008. Acknowledged by the Guinness World Records as the world's largest
swimming pool, the lagoon measures 1,013 metres (3,323 ft)) in length, covers an
area of eight hectares (20 acres), contains 250,000 cubic meters of water and is
navigable in small boats.