Wednesday edition - December 5, 2007
Condoleezza Rice forced to testify in pro-Israel lobbyists' spy trial
State Dept. Holds Off on Saudi Arms Deal
Rice plans to name Wolfowitz to advisory panel
Rewarding failure seems be the mantra of this administration. The arrogance of Condoleezza Rice bringing the failed Paul Wolfowitz back into the fold is stunning. I suppose he'll advise that a war with Iran will pay for itself -- all the while combing his hair with his own spit.
Condi Rice was reported Monday to be ready to appoint Paul Wolfowitz chairman of her panel on arms control. His job will be to monitor Iran and North Korea. We need a man with proven ability to misinterpret intelligence and start a war for no reason. - Argus Hamilton
Suicide Bomber Kills 13 in Afghanistan New York Times
Race to save Iraq hostage Britons Guardian Unlimited
US Defense Secretary in Iraq to Discuss Security Gains Voice of America
Bush Headed to Israel
will travel to the Middle East early next month, the White House announced
The trip is expected to include Bush's first visit to Israel as president. News outlets in Israel reported Tuesday that Bush is scheduled to arrive there Jan. 9.
Subject: Intel Report on Iran
All the Intel agencies (NIE) have slapped down the Bush claim of Iran pursuing nukes.
No one wants to take the fall for another war we get lied into.
And now Condi and her cohorts have to testify in a lobbyist's spy trial.
Maybe the CIA is connecting the dots in their expected covert way?
Bush was arrogant AND stupid enough to stun our entire Intel community by outing a CIA agent for political revenge and iced it with a pardon. He still doesn't get it. Bush is pitting himself against the CIA. I'd bet the ranch on the CIA versus Bush.
After all, the CIA has the Intelligence -- Bush doesn't.
I know, cheap joke. heh heh
Bush, Democrats Tussle on War Money
Immigration debate unifies California GOP Los Angeles Times
Craig labors as Senate outcast after sex scandal destroys clout Detroit Free Press
Don Imus returned to the radio airwaves Monday over WABC New York. The country is giving him a clean slate. The fact that he has hired two black sidekicks lets everybody know that he is a changed man and will only tell Mexican jokes from now on. - Argus Hamilton
What Will The New Attorney General Do?
A House committee chairman looking into the leak of a CIA operative's identity asked for Attorney General Michael Mukasey's help in getting transcripts of investigators' interviews with President Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney and five White House aides.
Edwards Takes Step Back as Two Others Slug It Out New York Times
Richardson 'not interested' in pursuing vice presidency DesMoinesRegister.com, IA
Subject: Scarborough wonders if Catholics are a cult
He asked that on his show today. Idiot.
Catholicism was the first recorded Christian religion. Catholics consider all other Christian religions a cult because they broke away from Rome for either political or ideological religious reasons. The Catholics are the only Christian religion not to change or edit the Bible.
I'm an atheist and even I know my religious history.
Staying up way too late in Berlin, Germany via satellite
Danke schön, Al. Thanks for watching Joe, so I don't have to.
Joe is the prime example of a poor education, religious or otherwise, in a very Christian right area, Pensacola, Florida.
Oddly enough, in his Wiki bio, it says he was educated in a Catholic school and that he's not Catholic, but neglects to mention was religion he practices.
I couldn't find out what religion he belongs to, but I'm guessing Southern Baptist - Specializing in Snake Handling and Speaking in Tongues
OPEC Ministers Decide To Hold Oil Output Steady Wall Street Journal
Southwest, Delta, Continental cut capacity plans MarketWatch
Tests find toxics lurk beneath toys' surfaces Detroit Free Press
Six States Sue RJ Reynolds Over Cartoon in Marketing New York Times
Microsoft Removes Windows Vista 'Kill Switch' InformationWeek
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas Doesn't Read Editorials
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas says he's shocked when he sees judges reading editorials. "I think that our job is not to be influenced by the media," he says. He isn't. "It is rare, extremely rare, that I ever read about anything that we do in the media," ...
Cheney to speak at WWI Museum on Friday Kansas City Star
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Divorce bad for the Earth, study says Houston Chronicle
Teacher in Teen Sex Case Arrested Again The Associated Press
A model wears a mini dress made with chocolate balls by a Swiss manufacturer, London, Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2007. The dress is said to contain over 70,000 calories. Photo/Alastair Grant