Wednesday edition - January 3, 2007
US on Saddam:"Would have done it differently"
White House Won't Condemn Saddam Taunts
Pentagon won't act on FBI report of detainee abuse
The White House Department of Spin is sure working overtime.
The hell with resolutions. We need a revolution. - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com
US military deaths in Iraq hit 3004 Sky Valley Journal, WY
Saddam Co-defendants To Be Executed Thurs. Guardian Unlimited, UK
New video shows 5 kidnapped in Iraq Seattle Post Intelligencer, WA
As Sunni furor mounts, Iraq to probe scene at execution Chicago Tribune, IL
Ban lands into controversy over Saddam execution issue Daily News & Analysis
'I wish my term was over', admits Iraq PM Times Online, UK
God Speaks to Pat Robertson. Again.
In what has become an
annual tradition of prognostications, religious broadcaster Pat Robertson said
God has told him
that a terrorist attack on the United States would result in "mass killing" late
"There might be a few similarities between Iraq and Vietnam. But there is a difference. ... Vietnam's anti-war movement was so unbearably strident that many Americans hated hippies even more than they hated the war. The result? They became Republicans." --Stephen Colbert
PRESIDENT BUSH ISSUES NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS FOR '07 Andy Borowitz
Bush Says Congress Must Limit Pork Spending New York Times
Rumsfeld, Cheney aided Ford, not Bush Seattle Post Intelligencer
Leaked Giuliani playbook details pitfalls for '08 run Chicago Tribune
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Hold Up Your Right Hand and Place It On The Koran
Rep.-elect Keith Ellison,
the first Muslim elected to Congress, found himself under attack last month when
he announced he'd take his oath of office on the Koran -- especially from
Virginia Rep. Virgil Goode, who called it a threat to American values.
Yet the holy book at tomorrow's ceremony has an unassailably all-American provenance...the personal copy once owned by Thomas Jefferson.
Dems To Inherit Agenda Dominated By War Guardian Unlimited, UK
Lobbyists hired to align with Congress Miami Herald, FL
Leave No Campaign Plans Behind … in a Hotel Room
By Madeleine Begun Kane
Rudy claims that he has expertise
In security matters. Oh, please!
He has lost secret papers
And blames evil capers,
So Rudy won’t win White House keys.
Another Bush Comes Out
“Hello, I’m Ashley Bush,” said a fresh-faced brunette, extending an arm sheathed in white kid. A native of Houston, the granddaughter of former President George H.W. Bush, 17, was among those chosen to represent the United States at the 52nd Annual International Debutantes Ball at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel on the evening of Dec. 29.
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Second Thoughts on Gays in the Military
Wal-Mart Recalls Store-Brand Trail Mix Houston Chronicle
Quick Fix for Gmail Flaw
Start-up expected to announce deal for Wi-Fi in Avis rental cars
Wikipedia 'bans Qatar net users' BBC News
$11 Million for Casket Delivery? Uh Oh.
A Michigan-based company has
been awarded the contract to fly caskets and remains of U.S. troops from Dover
Air Force Base, Del., to their funeral locations, according to Air Mobility
The contract, which could last through July, went to Kalitta Charters, a firm from Ypsilanti, Mich. The contract could be worth up to $11 million.
FBI files detail Guantánamo torture tactics Guardian Unlimited
Senators will try to visit Hicks in Guantanamo
Report: Guantanamo detainee draped in Israel flag Ynetnews, Israel
Ike Was Right ZNet, MA
I am wearing no panties in solidarity with Britney. - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com
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Ford, Lucas, Spielberg ready to film the next 'Indiana Jones' Baltimore Sun, MD
Jackson Surfaces to Eulogize Brown E! Online
A Grevy's zebra named 'Yoko Ono', left, walks with her newborn named 'Julian' at the Park of Legends zoo in Lima Friday, Dec. 29, 2006. The baby Grevy's zebra was Peru's first ever born in captivity on Dec. 10, as part of preservation program. The Grevy's zebra, usually found in northern Kenya, Somalia and eastern Ethiopia, is the largest of all the zebras and it is an endangered species.(Photo/Karel Navarro)