Tuesday edition - December 11, 2007
Dana Perino Dumber Than Everyone Else in History
“I was panicked a bit because I really don’t know about … the Cuban Missile Crisis,” said White House Press Secretary Dana Perino, who at 35 was born about a decade after the 1962 U.S.-Soviet nuclear showdown. “It had to do with Cuba and missiles, I’m pretty sure.” So she consulted her best source. “I came home and I asked my husband,” she recalled. “I said, ‘Wasn’t that like the Bay of Pigs thing?’ And he said, ‘Oh, Dana.’...
Lawyers Cleared Destroying Tapes
Agent: Waterboarding OK‘ed at
Bush has his finger on a nuclear button he can't pronounce and his spokesmodel, Dana Perino, didn't know about nuclear missiles pointed at the US in 1962. Yeah, I'll sleep much gooder tonight.
"Russia has agreed to help Iran build a nuclear reactor. Yeah, because when you think well-built nuclear reactor you think Russia" --David Letterman
Torturing for Our Freedoms
New details emerged
Tuesday about the CIA's waterboarding of a top al-Qaida figure as the agency's
director, Gen. Michael Hayden, prepared for questioning by congressional panels
about the destruction of CIA videotapes of terror suspect interrogations.
According to a former CIA agent, waterboarding of Abu Zubaydah, a major al-Qaida figure, got him to talk in less than 35 seconds, a technique he asserted had the approval of high-ranking U.S. officials.
“Happy Christmas – war is over.” - Prime Minister Gordon Brown telling British troops that they will leave Iraq within 2 weeks
Nurses Hate Cheney, Too!
Some might view it as
distasteful - Vice President Dick Cheney's office calls it "outrageous" - but a
nurses union is sticking by its eye-popping ad running in 10 different Iowa
newspapers today. The ad features a cut-out newspaper article about Cheney's
latest hospitalization for heart treatment with the boldface words:
If he were anyone else, he'd probably be dead by now.
Yet Another Political Hack Appointment
President Bush intends to name a well-known conservative commentator and journalist to lead the State Department's struggling efforts to improve the U.S.'s image abroad, replacing long-time confidante Karen Hughes, who is leaving government by the end of the year...
Democratic debate in Boston called off Boston.com
Gore accepts Nobel Prize, urges action
President Bush went bicycle riding in a snowstorm in Virginia Sunday. He hates to miss a day of exercise, no matter how busy he is or how cold it is. If there's one thing worse than an absolute monarch it's one that's going to live to be a hundred. - Argus Hamilton
Top 10 Editorial Cartoons of 2007
Venezuela Lifts Price Caps on Sterilized Milk Voice of America
With U.S. policy at the center of debate at a Bali climate change meeting, Democrats in Congress said on Monday that the White House manipulated science for years to cast doubt on reality of global warming.
So How's That Diplomacy With North Korea Going?
Days after the U.S.
president sent his first letter to North Korea's leader in a bid to further
diplomacy, the communist state accused the American government on Tuesday of
being reckless criminals trying to stir up war.
North Korea's official media slammed the United States for a recent deployment of fighter jets and other armaments in and around South Korea.
White House mum on possibility of Libby pardon The Hill, DC
Shamefully we now learn that Saddam's torture chambers reopened under new
management, U.S. management. - Sen. Edward Kennedy
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released by the Voyager Project on December 10, 2007. NASA's Voyager 2
spacecraft has found that our solar system is not round but is "dented" by the
local interstellar magnetic field of deep space, space experts said on Monday.