TGIF/Weekend edition - February 15-17, 2007
McNamee's Lawyer Expects Clemens to Receive Presidential Pardon
Republicans Walk Out of US House of Representatives in
Thousands of Guantanamo interrogations were taped: report
"Actually they say the race between Barack and Hillary could be decided by the voters of Texas. Texas! Which is a comfort -- when it comes to providing smart politicians, Texas is the place you want to be." --Jay Leno
US Military Deaths in Iraq at 3961 The Associated Press
Mistaken Iraq Battle Kills 6 Fighters Allied With US New York Times
US military: Al Qaeda in Iraq seeks female patients as bombers CNN International
Al-Qaida leader in Iraq threatens Israel Jerusalem Post
Iran puts off talks with US on Iraq Los Angeles Times
Nicole Kidman to Portray Valerie Plame Wilson
Nicole Kidman is to take
the lead role in a biopic of exposed CIA agent Valerie Plame, it has been
Plame's 20 years of covert CIA employment was leaked to the press and exposed by political journalist Robert Novak in 2003, after White House officials sought retribution for an opinion piece written by her husband, former ambassador Joseph C Wilson.
Who should play the role of
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Happy Birthday, Surge! "Mission Accomplished" one more time. - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com
6 Dead in N. Illinois U. Hall Shooting Washington Post
'Choking Game' Turned Deadly for 82 Youths
No Pristine Oceans Left, New Map Shows
Colorado Town Fears Avalanche of Water The Associated Press
"The C.I.A. has admitted to destroying videotapes of terrorist suspects being tortured. They said today the reason they destroyed the videotapes was under the new agreement they didn't want to have to pay the writers residuals every time it showed up on the Internet." --Jay Leno
Who Knew? Someone Likes Bush!
"If you were to take a survey, you would find that there is not one Liberian that doesn't love George Bush," effuses pop star Endee, whose songs calling for ...
Bush has spent more on Africa than he has on New Orleans.
President Bush hosted a birthday celebration for Abraham Lincoln Sunday in the White House. It was a fitting tribute. He led the nation into a civil war and suspended constitutional rights and alienated half the country, and so did Abe Lincoln. - Argus Hamilton
Republican Shenanigans News
Bush, Congress in Spy Bill Standoff The Associated Press
FEMA Slammed for Using Toxic Trailers The Associated Press
Warring on McCain, Limbaugh Sees No Reconciliation
"How about that Mitt Romney? I'm going to miss him. He's like the archaeologist who ignored the curse of the mummy's tomb. ... He looks like the dull fiance that Julie Roberts dumps for the co-star. ... He looks like the author of the book on seven keys to success. ... He looks like the guy who puts on a dress and wig and sneaks into the lifeboat." --David Letterman
The UN Doesn't Hold Hands or Kiss the Saudis
Saudi Arabia must create
laws to protect women from violence and also allow them to play a bigger role in
society and the workplace,
the United Nations said on Thursday.
John McCain was endorsed by Jeb Bush Monday a day after President Bush praised John McCain as a real conservative. He'll be alright. If John McCain can withstand torture from the North Vietnamese he can survive an endorsement from the Bush Family. - Argus Hamilton
Media giants in online ad venture
Woman Sues Best Buy For $54 Million Over Lost Notebook InformationWeek
Warner Bros. Developing Movie About the Enron Scandal - Conspiracy ... m,n,nmFirst Showing, CO
Democrats Still Wanting Those E-Mails
The Democratic Party asked a judge Thursday to order the disclosure of 68 pages of White House e-mails that the Bush administration is trying to keep secret.
Atheist sees image of Big Bang in Piece of Toast
US Vice President to visit Turkey in March Hürriyet, Turkey
Subject: What are you going to do with your website if Obama is elected?
I'm curious - what will you do once the new president is obama? i
he doesn't wear a hat ... and is not from texas. i love your humor,
does the change mean you change too? On the other hand, there is
always room for political criticism no matter who the president is, but
you must know that continuing with the same brand is a stretch. and
moving to another brand is also a stretch. i'm just wondering if you
think about that. i mean, costa rica is such a beautiful place to
about, and think in, so i imagine that you are thinking such thoughts.
Thanks for writing, Dennis.
Well, the saying "All Hat and No Cattle" was around long before my website and, I suspect, will be around long after. And there will always be people (mainly Republicans) pretending to be what they are not -- no matter who is president.
Yes, I have thought such thoughts here in beautiful Costa Rica and also in beautiful Alabama.
No real change is planned other than I may redesign my banner and get rid of those ugly faces once a Democrat is back in the White House restoring honor and dignity.
I look at it this way, Have Supporters - Will Produce. It's a loyalty thingy.
Big hug to my supporters! What do you think supporters?
Sadly, my fundraiser has stalled over the past few days.
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US Navy cruiser to fire missile at satellite carrying toxic fuel San Jose Mercury News
Smaller Version of the Solar System Is Discovered New York Times
Jane Fonda apologizes for off-color slang on 'Today' show New York Daily News
Britney's Dad Maintains Control of Singer's Estate
Zhong Lin Wang of the Georgia Institute of Technology holds up a microfiber nanogenerator composed of a pair of barely visible entangled fibers in this undated handout photo. U.S. scientists have developed a microfiber fabric that generates its own electricity, making enough current to recharge a cell phone or ensure that a small MP3 music player never runs out of power. If made into a shirt, the fabric could harness power from its wearer simply walking around or even from a slight breeze. Photo/Gary Meek/Georgia Tech