Thursday edition - November 29, 2007
Republican rivals come out swinging
Bush tries new role as Mideast peacemaker
Annapolis Elicits Little Optimism Among Arabs
The only comment I liked last night at the GOP debate is when John McCain said waterboarding was torture. Finally, a Republican telling the truth.
Hundreds of Iraqi Refugees Return to Iraq from Syria Voice of America
Iraqi 'sleeper' spy given 4 years prison
Washington D.C. was named in a health survey Tuesday as having the highest rate of sexually transmitted disease of any city in the United States. The government is clearly to blame. You can't screw that many taxpayers each day and not catch something. - Argus Hamilton
Police: Thwarted Sale Involved Uranium The Associated Press
Bush Cuts Pay Raises
Federal workers living in more expensive regions of the country will get much smaller pay raises than scheduled under an order from President Bush, who said Wednesday that the proposed raises were unacceptably high.
Michael Moore cut this scene from Sicko because no one would believe it
Funny Chronicle cartoon asks serious question during GOP debate Houston Chronicle
GOP Abortion Rights Group Raps Romney The Associated Press
There's a show on C-SPAN about presidential libraries. Here're what the draft plans for the George W. Bush Library now call for:
The Alberto Gonzales Room - Where you can't remember any of the exhibits.
The Hurricane Katrina Room - It's still under construction.
The Texas Air National Guard Room - Where you don't have to even show up.
The Walter Reed Hospital Room - Where they don't let you in.
The Guantanamo Bay Room - Where they don't let you out.
The Weapons of Mass Destruction Room - Nobody has been able to find it.
The War in Iraq Room - After you complete your first tour, they can force you to go back for your second and third and fourth and fifth tours.
The K-Street Project Gift Shop - Where you can buy an election, or, if no one cares, steal one.
The Men's Room - Where you could meet a Republican Senator (or two).
To be fair, the President has done some good things, and so the museum will have an electron microscope to help you locate them.
When asked, President Bush said that he didn't care so much about the individual exhibits as long as his museum was better than his father's.
His friend Bernie Kerik
had his Ground Zero "love nest." Now Politico, the D.C. newspaper and Web site,
reveals today that as New York mayor, Rudy Giuliani
"billed obscure city agencies for tens of thousands of dollars in security
expenses amassed during the time when he was beginning an extramarital
relationship with future wife Judith Nathan in the Hamptons, according to
previously undisclosed government records.
Pipeline Fire Sends Oil Soaring Chicago Tribune
Northeast Home Prices Remain Strong BusinessWeek
Fed Official’s Remarks Send Stocks Soaring New York Times
SEC Votes to Limit Shareholder Rights Washington Post
Cell phone 'lunacy' prompts NY judge's removal
Cable escapes stricter FCC rules, for now CNET News.com, CA
EPA: Toxins In Your Community Are Now Secret
Twelve states sued the
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday over new regulations that the
plaintiffs say make it harder for the public to learn about toxic chemicals in
The lawsuit focuses on the agency's Toxics Release Inventory program, known as TRI, which requires companies to provide information on the type and amount of toxic chemicals stored in company facilities and to say how much is released into the environment.
Mobster JOSEPH BONANNO Was A Republican
woman in Bulgaria survived a car crash because her silicone breast implants
acted like air bags. Sadly, her breasts killed four other people. - Conan
Andy Borowitz: Cheney's Doctors Detect Signs of Heart
Did Bob Knight Pull a Dick Cheney AOL SPORTS, NY
Auburn beat Alabama Saturday in one of college football's huge rivalries. After one long incomplete pass in the end zone, an Alabama police dog jumped out and bit the Auburn safety in the hand. To a dog, every football player looks like Michael Vick. - Argus Hamilton
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Venus Craft Reveals Lightning, Supports Watery Past National Geographic, DC
People walk past the ice sculpture "Cariboo" by Dmitry Postnikov and Alexander Suvorov from Izhevsk after the closing of Russia's first open competition for snow and ice sculpturing in the arctic city of Salekhard, about 2000km (1242 miles) northeast of Moscow, November 25, 2007. Photo/Vasily Fedosenko