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Wednesday edition - December 12, 2007




CIA Destroyed Tapes Despite Court Order
The Associated Press - 12-12-07
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Bush administration was under court order not to discard evidence of detainee torture and abuse months before the CIA destroyed..


Congress has been stymied by Bush, Republicans
Reuters - 12-11-07
President George W. Bush wants it known the US Congress has been asleep at the switch since...

US refuses "Any Wounded Soldier" mail
KDBC, TX - 12-11-07
(AP) - The Pentagon says it's sending back or throwing away any of the thousands of letters sent generically to "Any Wounded Soldier.


A NFL quarterback was sentenced to 23 months in prison for torturing dogs. America tortures humans and wags it's tail.


The-World-Is-A-Safer-Place-Without-Saddam News

To Call It Torture or Not To Call It Torture Still Unanswered

Attorney General Michael Mukasey refused Tuesday to be rushed into deciding whether he considers waterboarding a form of torture, saying simply he understands the "intense interest" in the issue now at the heart of an inquiry into videotaped interrogations of terror suspects that were destroyed by the CIA.








Disturbing News


The Weather Channel reported Monday that ice storms cut power lines and closed schools in the Midwest. Ice was an inch thick on the roads. It was so cold in Iowa that people were showing up at Mike Huckabee rallies just for the fire and brimstone. - Argus Hamilton


Being Mike Huckabee


The U.S. shouldn't try to kill Saddam Hussein in Iraq, Mike Huckabee declared when he first ran for office. No women in combat anywhere. No gays in the military. No contributions in politics to candidates more than a year before an election.

His statements are among 229 answers Huckabee offered as a 36-year-old Texarkana pastor during his first run for political office in 1992.


Republican Shenanigans

Iraq Disarms Female Police


The Iraqi government has ordered all policewomen to hand in their guns for redistribution to men or face having their pay withheld, thwarting a U.S. initiative to bring women into the nation's police force...Critics say the move is the latest sign of the religious and cultural conservatism that has taken hold in Iraq since Saddam Hussein's ouster ushered in a government dominated by Shiite Muslims.




Weathering Bush (Haiku)

from Mad Kane's Political Madness

I shovel the snow
As Bush blares through my head phones,
Shov’ling something else.


Click here for the political view from Racine, Wisconsin

Rock-The-Voter News




President Bush held a Hanukkah ceremony in the White House Monday where he lit candles on a menorah. You could see the flickering lights in the windows. And that was just in Dick Cheney's office where he was burning the rest of the CIA tapes. - Argus Hamilton


Biz-Tech News

GOP Values


One U.S. senator is holding up legislation that would create a cold-cases unit to track down unpunished killers from the civil rights era...He said he objects to the legislation because of its price tag of $13.5 million a year, believing only $1.6 million is needed. His Web site contains links labeled "Stop Secret Spending" and "Pork Busters."




Bush-Prison-Torture News

War on Christmas Hanukkah


NEW YORK (AP) _ Four Jewish subway riders who wished other people "Happy Hanukkah" were pelted with anti-Semitic remarks before being beaten, police and prosecutors said. The incident was being investigated as a possible hate crime.





Go-F***-Yourself News


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Odd News




A photo provided by the Chicago Zoological Society shows Hudson, right, a polar bear who will turn 1-year-old on Dec. 14 getting a 'bear' hug from his mother, Arki, Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2007, at the Brookfield Zoo in Brookfield, Ill.
Photo/Chicago Zoological Society, Jim Schulz