Monday edition - December 31, 2007
2007 Deadliest for US Troops in Iraq
Iraq Attacks Fall 60 Percent, Petraeus Says
Hillary questions Pakistani Govt's version
Happy New Year All Hat No Cattlers! Good riddance to 2007.
Iraq on Alert for Saddam Anniversary The Associated Press
Tourism - A Dead Issue In Iraq
Despite a drop in violence across Iraq, there is still no place in the country that is safe from attack by extremists, the US military warned on Sunday.
New pet birds may carry illness
My picks for the biggest assholes of 2007 by Bill Maher
Nice-guy Huckabee fires back in Iowa Baltimore Sun
Huckabee Battered with Attack Ads While Romney Climbs Back in Polls Wall Street Journal
That Romney's a "Mittwit." - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com
Another Rich White Guy Wants To Be President
Buoyed by the still unsettled field, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg is growing increasingly enchanted with the idea of an independent presidential bid, and his aides are aggressively laying the groundwork for him to run.
Obama Fires Back at Edwards Washington Post
Prominent Clinton backer criticizes Iowa caucuses CNN International
Guantanamo Bay detainee dies of cancer Los Angeles Times
“The election of the next President of the United States should not be by the national media, it should be by Iowa,” an energetic Bill Richardson told a boisterous crowd of about 200 people in downtown Des Moines this afternoon...In a shot at Dick Cheney, Richardson promised that “my vice president will be a member of the executive branch.” He engaged in a call and response with the crowd at both the beginning and end of the speech, opening by asking, “Are we ready to take our country back?” The crowd responded: “Woo!”
Activists look for arrest of Bush, Cheney
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Times Square New Year's gala turns 100 New York Daily News
explode over the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House during a pyrotechnic show
to celebrate the New Year January 1, 2008. Known for its choreographed and
themed fireworks displays, the show draws hundreds of thousands of people to the
harbour foreshore to watch the spectacle. This year's show was titled "The Time
of Our Lives".
Best Wishes for a Peaceful New Year.