Tuesday edition - February 13, 2007
Another Blow To Bush's Credibility?
Joint Chiefs chairman sees no evidence of meddling by Iran's
US Says Arms Link Iranians to Iraqi Shiites
Iran: Weapons of Mass Deja Vu - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com
US military deaths in Iraq at 3125 MLive.com, MI
Bush Health Care Plan for Veterans: GFY
The Bush administration plans to cut funding for veterans' health care two years from now — even as badly wounded troops returning from Iraq could overwhelm the system.
Rush Limbaugh accused the Super Bowl media Friday of dumping on Chicago Bears rookie Rex Grossman because he's a white quarterback. It's his performance that everybody criticized. Only Don Rumsfeld ever did a worse job of reading the defense. - Argus Hamilton
Republican lawsuit fails to oust Brown from AG's office Legal News Line, DC
God, Darwin Clash Again in Kansas WOAI, TX
CIA versus White House
For two years, George J. Tenet has maintained a determined silence as senior White House officials have laid the blame for the prewar mistakes about Saddam Hussein on him. But now Tenet, the nation's former spy chief, is preparing to return fire.
House set to debate resolution on Iraq Boston Globe
Nashville Mayor Nixes English Only Rule
Guardian Unlimited, UK
Papa Bush Upset Again!
As the House gets ready to
begin debating the Iraq war today, President Bush has a piece of advice for his
father: Turn off the television.
It seems that former president George H.W. Bush has been getting agitated watching all the attacks on his son -- so much so that the current president said yesterday that he is worried for his father's well-being.
Papa Bush Knows How to Have Fun!
More insight into the
surprising friendship between George H.W. Bush and Teri Hatcher: She baked
oatmeal cookies for the Bush family during a Kennebunkport, Maine, visit! He
taught her daughter how to ride a Segway!
They've gone fishing and golfing together!
Trading slow after oil prices drop more than US$2 a barrel International Herald Tribune, France
Halliburton says committed to Venezuela market Washington Post
Gates, Saudi prince buy Four Seasons New York Daily News
Bush Scapegoat Speaks Up
"Karpinski should have been
court-martialed," said the South Carolina Republican [Lindsey Graham,
Republican], who sits on the Armed Services Committee. "She was not a good
Awkward! For who was in the audience but Karpinski herself. "I consider you as cowardly as [Lt. Gen. Ricardo] Sanchez or [Donald] Rumsfeld or [former Guantanamo Bay commander Geoffrey] Miller," she shot back. "You're saying I should be court-martialed -- they didn't want me in a courtroom because I would tell" the truth. Graham sputtered clumsily until moderator Jeffrey Toobin jumped in.
Spain's former government "illegally questioned Guantanamo inmates" Monsters and Critics.com, UK
Does '24' encourage US interrogators to 'torture' detainees? Christian Science Monitor
"This Sunday, February 11th, is a very important day in our nation's history. It is the one-year anniversary of Dick Cheney shooting an old man in the face. It is widely regarded as the greatest comedy event of the century. The AARP is using the occasion to remind seniors not to go hunting with the vice president. ... It could turn out to be the least damaging thing the Bush administration ever does." --Jimmy Kimmel
Due to recent riots, an Italian soccer league is forcing teams to play games with no fans in the stadium. Which, coincidentally, is how soccer games are played here in America. - Conan O'Brien
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Dixie Chicks to Country: Nah-Nah ABC News
FIU professor: Ancient diamonds fell from space Miami Herald, FL
Students charged in fake snow-day notice Houston Chronicle
Panda cubs drink milk at the Giant Panda Breeding Center in Chengdu, China Friday Feb. 9, 2007. A mini-baby boom last year has pushed up the number of pandas bred in captivity in China to 217, state media said Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2007. Some 34 pandas were born by artificial insemination in 2006 and 30 survived, both record numbers for the endangered species. Photo/China Daily