The Large Editor voted early. He waited in line for an hour and forty five minutes. I will vote tomorrow. And no, he was not the journalist punched and tackled in the above story.
"Some of it is really kind of chilling. On the tape, bin Laden says that neither Kerry nor Bush can keep us safe. Boy, just what we need, another undecided voter." -- Bill Maher
Fresh U.S. Troops Arrive in Iraq ABC News
Risky rescue draws praise Seattle Times
Explosion Kills U.S. Marine in Iraq WSAV-TV, GA
Nine Marines killed in Fallujah fighting Arizona Daily Sun, AZ
Baghdad deputy governor assassinated CBC News
Rocket Kills 15 Iraqis at Tikrit Hotel Washington Post
Japan torn on Iraq after man's beheading USA Today, United States
Afghan hostage deadline extended BBC News, UK
In Pakistan, U.S. Policies Foster Suspicion and Hatred Los Angeles Times
U.S. Spends Only Small Part Of Funds to Help Rebuild Iraq Washington Post
“There were more journalists at Tora Bora than American soldiers." –- Journalist Peter Bergen on CNN, 10-31-04
St. Paul, Minn., resident JoAnne
Krieger holds a sign Friday announcing to commuters in St. Paul her sentiments
about the upcoming presidential election Tuesday. Krieger
says she was motivated to because of the
'fanatical religious right' and it's influence with the Bush presidency. Krieger
called Bush a theocrat.
Photo by Stephan Savoia
"Osama bin Laden put out a new video. The timing of this video has some people upset, three days before we vote. It looks like he's trying to influence the election. And I'll tell you, it's not going to work. Americans know Osama bin Laden does not pick our president. The Supreme Court does." -- Bill Maher
Report Sounds Alarm on Pace of Arctic Climate Change Washington Post
Democratic split could hand La. seat to GOP USATODAY.com
1,600 Internet cafes closed in China RealEstateGates.com
Rehnquist Missing as High Court Returns Washington Post, DC
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PBS Frontline "The Choice 2004" airs Monday, Nov. 1 -- TONIGHT
Man accused of nearly running over Harris pleads not guilty Bradenton Herald, FL
9/11 panel reforms appear to be sunk Chicago Tribune
Intelligence Reform Bill Hits a Wall in Congress Los Angeles Times
Reports: Flap Over IRS Probe of NAACP Tax-Exempt Status WebCPA, United States
"On the eve of Tuesday's election, a new videotape of Osama bin Laden was aired on Al Jazeera. Bin Laden addresses the American people directly in a way that can only be described as more optimistic than Dick Cheney." -– Tina Fey, Saturday Night Live's "Weekend Update"
I want to thank you for the many, many months of laughter and energy and enthusiasm and strength that helped to get me and others who felt outraged and powerless against the machine we so lovingly -- or is it loathingly -- call BushCo.
You are very welcome.
Political Pulp Fiction
Time Line Of The Bush Presidency
"Why not? With my way of thinking, you always shoot for the top." -- Austrian-born California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, asked on "60 Minutes" whether he favors amending the U.S. Constitution to allow naturalized citizens like himself to run for president.
Political debut for Chelsea Clinton Guardian, UK
Well let me say this on this eve of the election: You certainly have
done your part to defeat George W. Bush.
I know how much of your heart you have invested in this election. I
know the passion.
I know it makes a difference when voices emerge
and speak out, Michael Moore, Al Franken, Lisa Casey, all part of a
wonderful stew called democracy.
You deserve this election in the same way that this country deserves
John Kerry to be president.
So come Monday evening, when you set your pen and mouse down from your
final message, know this: You have done everything in your power to promote truth and peace. For
that I thank you. God Bless you and...
God Bless America
Thank you for including me in the same sentence as Michael Moore and Al Franken.
I thank the Lord and Al Gore for the Internet.
New Bagle variants storm the Internet ComputerWeekly.com
Future of the web is on the move Silicon.com
to a new Democratic poll released today, 50 percent of Vice President Cheney's
daughters are still gay."
-– Amy Poehler, Saturday Night Live's "Weekend Update"
Go-F*** -Yourself News
Halliburton Contracts Bypassed Objections Los Angeles Times
Two candidates' differences on environment are striking San Diego Union Tribune, CA
Halloween bedevils some U.S. churches Chicago Tribune
This picture of three torpid dormice won the BBC TV Countryfile photographic competition. It was taken by Steven Robinson at Wakehurst Place in southern England as part of the Royal Botanical Gardens' monitoring program of this endangered species in conjunction with English Nature. (Steven Robinson/BBC)
Vote for Peace.