Monday edition - July 23, 2007
Cheney once considered vice presidency
Halliburton profit up, shares hit new high
Sen. Feingold seeks censure of president
Bush says he's "thinkin' clearer than ever" since doctors removed polyps from his colon. - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com
Kurdish rebels ready for battle
Moscow demands evidence from London on Litvinenko murder Monsters and Critics.com
"Fox News is now reporting that there are people in the CIA who are working against President Bush's policy by using incompetence. So apparently, they are fighting fire with fire." --Jay Leno
Political Madness Bush Impeachment Poll
dollars' worth of gear, including combat boots, helmets, vests and aircraft
is being junked by the Pentagon rather than stored or sold as surplus to
suppliers who sometimes sell it back to the military.
"Things not looking good for President Bush. His approval rating has dropped so low the only thing he's above now is the law." --Jay Leno
Miers, Yes - Impeachment, No
promises congressional contempt charge for Harriet Miers
Speaker reiterates impeachment is not on her agenda.
Bush doctors remove 5 polyps during colon cancer screening Chicago Tribune
Republican US lawmaker questions alleged CIA participation in ... International Herald Tribune
McCain insists campaign is solid Chicago Sun-Times
called Peter DeFazio's office, worried there was a conspiracy buried in the
classified portion of a White House plan for operating the government after a
As a member of the U.S. House on the Homeland Security Committee, DeFazio, D-Ore., is permitted to enter a secure "bubbleroom" in the Capitol and examine classified material. So he asked the White House to see the secret documents.
On Wednesday, DeFazio got his answer: DENIED.
YouTube/CNN debate tosses some crazy questions presidential candidates Albuquerque Tribune, NM
Clinton, Giuliani Top Florida Poll Guardian Unlimited, UK
Oil prices drop to mid-$75 a barrel Contra Costa Times, CA
Duke now says Cisco, not iPhone, caused Wi-Fi snafu Computerworld
"The Republicans were saying, 'Pulling out the troops in 120 days would lead to chaos in Iraq.' And I'm thinking, 'Well hell, chaos would be an improvement.'" --David Letterman
Pistachios at Guantanamo Washington Post
$1.8M Cheney gift to UW to support studies abroad The Casper Star Tribune, WY
Cheney takes centerstage in ties with India Times of India, India
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A male long-coated Chihuahua named "Heart-kun" with a heart-shaped pattern on his coat sits at Pucchin Dog's shop in Odate, northern Japan.. The one-and-a-half-month-old Chihuahua was born on May 18, 2007 as one of a litter. The shop owner Emiko Sakurada said that this is the first time a puppy with these marks has been born out of a 1,000 that she has bred. She also said that she has no plans to sell the puppy. Photo/Issei Kato