Monday edition - October 29, 2007
Ford: Clinton a sex 'addict,' backed Giuliani
Rumsfeld hit with torture lawsuit while visiting Paris
uruknet.info, Italy -
According to Ratner, France has a legal responsibility under international law to prosecute Rumsfeld for torture abuses. "If a torturer comes into your...
FEMA's fake news briefing 'inappropriate'
Gerald Ford's October surprise!
Creepy but so Republican.
Rudy's cozyin' up to the Bush-Cheney-Rove-Texas-Big-Oil crowd. Those on the inside call it "good lubrication." - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com
Turkish Troop Dies; Kurd Rebels Trapped Washington Post
11 Shiite, Sunni leaders kidnapped in Iraq San Jose Mercury News
Saudi King Criticizes UK on Terror Washington Post
UK, US embassies 'under threat' CNN International
Powell Surprised Blair Supported Bush
Former United States secretary of state Colin Powell expressed surprise at ex prime minister Tony Blair's strong support for President George W. Bush over the Iraq war, according to book extracts published in the Mail on Sunday.
Rice ushers in era of "Noplomacy" - - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com
By Madeleine Begun Kane
Rice shrugs off blame
For wartime’s toll.
Rice claims a hole—
A legal “lacuna”
Of contractor actions
On Iraq patrol.
Must fill that lacuna—
She touts that goal.
But who will fill
The lacuna in her soul?
Tropical Storm Noel called major flood threat CNN International
Laura Bush Blames the Media, Again
First lady Laura Bush,
an increasingly prominent voice on matters at home and abroad, says the
difference lately is not her policy role in the White House but rather the
attention she gets for it.
"The fact is, I've been involved for a long time in policy, and I think I just didn't get a lot of coverage on it," she said in a rare Sunday talk show appearance.
say the fires have forged a new bond between the President and Governor
Schwarzenegger. You know, they didn’t like each other for a long time. And
really, why would they get along? One is a blockhead who can barely speak
English and the other is Arnold Schwarzenegger.
- Bill Maher
Blackwater Employee Ends His Campaign
Army captain who works with Blackwater USA has dropped out of the Republican
race for the U.S. House in northern Indiana's 2nd District.
Chris Minor, 39, of Kokomo said in a news release Friday that the campaign would pose too much of a distraction to his work as an independent contractor in Iraq for the U.S. State Department.
ebay and the CIA
Online auctioneer eBay Inc. spent almost $2 million lobbying various departments of the federal government in the past year, including an entity rarely named on federal disclosure forms: the Central Intelligence Agency.
Email privacy SNAFU @ House Judiciary Committee (and IPv6 please) Computerworld, MA
Russian Crooks Spreading Gozi Trojan with PDFs PC Magazine
Colbert Pledges to Crush Georgia
Stephen Colbert brought
his fanciful presidential campaign to the campus of the University of South
Carolina on Sunday, telling several hundred sign-waving fans that he'll take
care of the rival state to the south.
"I promise, if elected, I will crush the state of Georgia," the 43-year-old actor-comedian said to the cheering crowd.
A Nightmare on Pennsylvania Avenue
Doctors, Torture, and the War Boston Globe
Marijuana Is Not A Drug, It's A Leaf
California Gov. Arnold
Schwarzenegger says marijuana is not a drug, a British magazine reported Monday.
But his spokesman said the governor was joking.
always remember the great Steve Allen came on “That Was the Week That Was”
about the sixth week of it and he said, “would you like me to do part of the
warm-up?” And I said yes great and so he went on to do part of the warm-up. And
someone in the crowd shouted out, “do they get this show in Des Moines?” And he
said, “they see this show in Des Moines but they don’t get it.”
- Sir David Frost
Obama continues to invoke "cousin" Dick Cheney Baltimore Sun
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Argentina's First Lady Now President-Elect
In this handout photo released by the Phillips family October 28, 2007, Joseph T. Phillips V, 5, of White Township New Jersey, is seen as he looks at a 10-lb. pumpkin that the family found hanging on a vine from a tree in their backyard. Last spring, 5-year-old Joseph's mother, Kathleen Phillips, told him there was no room in the garden for pumpkins, so he threw some seeds in a wooded area of the yard. The family spotted the pumpkin hanging 4 feet off the ground. The vines had attached to a nearby tree. Photo/Joseph Phillips IV