Tuesday edition - December 30, 2008
The Worried Shrimp
Bush feels certain he will be vindicated
Israeli Planes Bomb Gaza For A Fourth Day
'Magic Negro' flap might help Saltsman bid
As Jan. 20 approaches, I'm reminded of President Ford's speech on Aug. 9, 1974: "Our long national nightmare is over."
After leaving office, George Bush reportedly plans to go out on a speaking tour. Thatís right. Speaking tour. You canít make stuff up like this.- Laugh Lines
The-World-Will-Be-A-Safer-Place-Without George W. Bush
US military deaths in Iraq war at 4219 The Associated Press
US: Roadside bombs in Afghanistan double in 2008
Pakistan: India moves troops toward shared border
Iraq to offer 10 fields in 2nd oil licensing round
Shoe Thrower Update
Iraq's Central Criminal Court decided on Tuesday to postpone the trial of an Iraqi journalist who won global fame for throwing his shoes at US President George W. Bush, a court spokesman said.
Another Shoe Tossing Game!
Don Imus Update
Don Imus completed a triumphant first year as morning host at WABC - where he scored higher ratings than he had when he was fired by WFAN in 2007.
BREAKING NEWS: Roland Burris to be named to replace Obama in Senate
Ever notice how many wealthy Republicans go into non-political public service work? Me neither.- Zing!
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No official word yet on weekend birth of Palin grandchild The Miami Herald
Firing splits Hispanic Republican group in Nevada San Francisco Chronicle, USA
NM's Sen. Domenici leaves office after 36 years
Jeb Senate bid a GOP remedy Washington Times, DC
Ex-aides say Bush never recovered from Katrina The Associated Press
Teenagers who pledge to remain virgins until marriage are just as likely to have premarital sex as those who do not promise abstinence and are significantly less likely to use condoms and other forms of birth control when they do, according to a study released today.
Zbigniew Brzezinski Calls Joe Scarborough "Stunningly Superficial"
All Hat No Cattle
just calls Joe "Stunningly Stupid"
His lieutenant governor says Rod Blagojevich will be impeached and convicted by Feb. 12. Just in time for Lincolnís 200th birthday. Illinois will be so proud. Ė Will Durst
2008's Funniest Political Moments
Unwed Teen Without High School Diploma Gives Birth - Offered $300,000 for Baby Pictures
When Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin
confirmed that her teenage daughter, Bristol, and boyfriend Levi Johnston were
expecting a baby, the celebrity weeklies knew that the first photos of the
Palin-Johnston baby would incite a bidding war.
Baby Tripp Easton Mitchell
Johnston, born Dec. 28, proved those editors right.
Poor Sarah Palin, not only did she and John McCain lose out in November, now Barack Obama has also won the swimsuit competition. - Laugh Lines
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GMAC Gets Bailout Funds Forbes
Kuwait's Dow fiasco may chill foreign investors guardian.co.uk
Home prices post 18 percent annual drop in October The Associated Press
Watch Out for Cinema-Style Web Ratings
Obama was voted the Most Admired Man in America Friday and Hillary Clinton was
named Most Admired Woman, however Sarah Palin finished right behind them. It
sums up the nation's current mood. If hope and forgiveness doesn't work, get the
gun. - Argus Hamilton
Abu Ghraib to house Iraqi detainees Middle East Times, Egypt
Ahern and Martin at odds over Guantanamo Irish Times, Ireland
An Interview with GuantŠnamo Whistleblower Stephen Abraham Lew Rockwell, CA
President Bush interceded when India and Pakistan threatened war Saturday. He's only too glad to help. Despite Iraq, the financial crisis, the real estate crash, the oil slide and the fall of the U.S. auto industry, he's not about to rest on his laurels.- Argus Hamilton
Peace in the Middle East is as likely as Bush being voted best President in U.S. history. - Grant Gerver
Cheney will return to Wyo as transformational figure Jackson Hole Star-Tribune, WY
Picture Editor Definitely Needed
website for campaign finance information in Wisconsin includes the State Capitol
in Madison in front of a striking skyline -- of Minneapolis....Ethics division
director Jonathan Becker joked the skyline was a "fanciful picture of what
Madison may look like someday."
Becker assumed the picture was of Milwaukee, but because he didn't grow up there...
A Beverly Hills surgeon used body fat taken from his patients with liposuction to fuel his two S.U.V.ís. Talk about having junk in the trunk. - Laugh Lines
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Lennon Speaks from the Grave for Laptop Charity Washington Post
In this July
5, 2008 photo, an Army cadet looks down at his ripped uniform pants as he
marches in a military parade commemorating Venezuela's Independence Day in Ft.
Tiuna in Caracas.