Monday edition - March 31, 2008
McCain's `Biography Tour' May Amplify Concern About War Views
CIA chief asserts Iran nuclear threat
Obama campaign claims victory in county,
So what if all hell's breaking loose in Iraq. It's great job security for the Military. - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com
US Military Deaths in Iraq at 4010 The Associated Press
Body found of Ohio soldier missing in Iraq
Iraq Refuses to Endorse Summit Statement Washington Post
It's In His Blood
Republican Sen. John McCain
is opening a new chapter in his presidential campaign, casting himself as an
"imperfect servant of my country"
who was born into a family of American warriors devoted to honor, courage
"My economic plan is better than my bowling." — Presidential hopeful Barack Obama after bowling a 37 out of a possible 300 points
Family Study Associates Pesticide Use With Parkinson's Risk Washington Post
“Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick has been charged with perjury and lying under oath after being caught sending sexually explicit text messages to his female chief of staff. That was the most embarrassing thing to happen to a Democratic politician in, like, a week.” - Jay Leno
You know, Bush is always talking about “we’re fightin’ Al Qaeda — and other extremists. Yeah, Al Qaeda, who actually attacked us. This is a war between rival Mafia families with George Bush playing the part of Fredo. - Bill Maher
President Bush had enough to worry about — like not flubbing the first pitch in front of a crowd that might not exactly be his biggest fans anyway.
Another One Bites The Dust
The U.S. housing secretary will resign Monday morning under pressure after accusations of improper allocation of federal contracts, the Wall Street Journal reported in its Monday edition.
it's unacceptable. We all agree on that, Stephanie. I'm sorry to single you out;
you know, we've had -- this has been an issue here. We don't need another issue
MSNBC host Dan Abrams chastising guest Stephanie Miller Wednesday after the liberal talk-radio host dropped "pimped out" in a discussion of Chelsea Clinton. In February, the cable network suspended David Shuster for two weeks when he used the phrase; unclear if Miller will be invited back.
going to win this election if we just chill out and let everybody have their
say." — Former President Bill Clinton, insisting that his wife, Sen. Hillary
Rodham Clinton, would not drop out of the race for the Democratic nomination for
Tech fraud poses threat to US, attorney general says in San Jose San Jose Mercury News
David Hicks gag order expires BBC News, UK\
"If I wanted to be loved, I ought to be a TV correspondent, not a politician." — Vice President Dick Cheney
Cheney: Diet Sprite, Scotch and war histories Baltimore Sun
Vice President Cheney to visit Colorado 9NEWS.com, CO
"The last time that I checked, a nipple was not a dangerous weapon." — Gloria Allred, an attorney representing a Texas woman who says federal security agents forced her to remove a nipple ring with pliers before she was allowed to board an airplane
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Bush Intercontinental crew finds fetus in jet toilet
Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie wed? Nope!
farmer James Stirton stands next to a ball of twisted metal, purported to be
fallen space junk, on his farm in southwestern Queensland on March 28, 2008.