Tuesday edition - December 4, 2007
Like Iraq, US Intel on Iran Faulty
Waxman: White House Blocking Access
Rove Misled Rose on CIA Leak Case, and the White House Is
US Intel reports Iran has no nuke program after all, causing Cheney to be rushed back into hospital; Bush cries "political foul" - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com
US Military Deaths In Iraq At 3882 Guardian Unlimited
US troops kill 1 Iraqi, wound 3 in shooting at checkpoint Jerusalem Post, Israel
5 Guard Units to Go to Iraq, Afghanistan
Fox Rejects Ad
A liberal advocacy group
says Fox News has refused to air its ad, which depicts a replica of the
Constitution being put through a shredder.
In the ad, actor Danny Glover says, "The Bush administration is destroying the Constitution. They can be stopped. Rescue the Constitution."
Gates Claims al-Qaida Causing Afghan Violence. Duh.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates plans to talk with NATO military leaders about increasing levels of violence in Afghanistan amid concerns by U.S. defense official that the reason may be an escalation of al-Qaida activity.
Craig denies reports of sexual encounters with men The Oregonian
Childrens Left Behind In Science and Math
U.S. students are lagging behind their peers in other countries in science and math, test results out Tuesday show.
Haircut Charity Attracts Edwards The Associated Press
Richardson: Revamp mortgage rules DesMoinesRegister.com, IA
Vladimir Putin's United Russia party won a parliamentary majority in elections held Sunday. The president controlled the media, giving the opposition no chance to win. An optimist is anybody in Russia who stays up late to see how the elections came out. - Argus Hamilton
A Man Serious About Impeachment
waterproof, size-11EEEE New Balance sneakers, a bright yellow poncho, and a
plan. He's got outrage in his heart, a website in his name, and much of his
retirement savings sunk into his cause.
John Nirenberg, a 60-year-old PhD., author, and academic, plans to walk from Boston to Washington, D.C., to confront House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in hopes of persuading Congress to take up the impeachment of President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney.
Liberals Go After Hillary So Conservatives Don't Have To
Liberal activists plan to begin airing a television ad against Hillary Rodham Clinton in Iowa this week, the first non-Republican negative ad aimed at a Democratic presidential candidate.
UN rights expert says he will attend Guantanamo hearing
Subject: Comments on the successes of Bush
You asked: What successes have come out of the Bush
Well, I'd say they sure made Bill Clinton, et al., look damn good!! (Even like saints at times!)
Outside of that, absolutely nothing comes to mind, ya know?
the War on the Environment
Boca Raton, FL
The following are the successes of the bush dynasty:
Cheney: Politics Always Has Been Part Of The Family News Dispatch, IN
Bush and Cheney Combined
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Politically Charged Prints Cause Talking in the Library New York Times
Little pink houses for you and me Dothan Eagle
Chimps Beat Humans on Memory Tasks
This photo provided by the Smithsonian's National Zoo, taken Thursday, Nov. 29, 2007, shows four baby Solomon Island leaf frogs. born Nov. 20 at the zoo in Washington. They skipped the tadpole phase emerging from their eggs as fully-formed frogs known as "froglets." The Solomon Island leaf frog is one of the few species in the world to do this. In the wild, this species is found in the moist lowland forests of Papua New Guinea and, as its name implies, the Solomon Islands. Although not yet endangered, these frogs face many of the same environmental challenges, such as pollution and loss of habitat, that have put many amphibian species in jeopardy. Photo/Jessie Cohen, Smithsonian's National Zoo