TGIF/Weekend edition - July 27-29, 2007
FBI director contradicts Gonzales, says hospital room dispute was ...
US general, diplomat: Give Bush's Iraq strategy time
Contractors Testify on Conditions at Baghdad Construction
I miss Janet Reno, at least she had a sense of humor.
Of course, George W. Bush stands behind Gonzales who stands behind his own lying testimony. It's a real "high liar" act. - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com
US military deaths in Iraq at 3645 The Westfall Weekly News, Canada
"Nation, I've got to be honest with you. I'm bored. Every day it is the same thing. Iraq this, Iraq that. I don't want to talk about Iraq anymore. ... Besides, all this war analysis is just spoilers. Hey New York Times, I didn't ruin Harry Potter for you, don't ruin this war for me. Can't we all just wait until September when General Petraeus comes to Washington and tells us the ending?" --Stephen Colbert
Pat Tillman Update
Army medical examiners were suspicious about the close proximity of the three bullet holes in Pat Tillman's forehead and tried without success to get authorities to investigate whether the former NFL player's death amounted to a crime, according to documents...
"President Bush is also having a bad week. Senate investigations, congressional hearings, a colonoscopy -- I'm telling you, it's just one probe after another" --David Letterman
2 killed, 4 injured in explosion at rocket test site in Mojave Los Angeles Times
"According to a recent study from the Project for Excellence in Journalism, in the first quarter of this year, Fox spent less time covering the Iraq war than either CNN or MSNBC. Look, just because everyone else is reporting that the U.S. is jumping off a bridge in Iraq, that doesn't mean Fox should report it too." --Stephen Colbert
"The White House announced that right after President Bush got his colonoscopy on Saturday, he immediately played with his dogs and then rode his bicycle. How old is he? Twelve?" --Jay Leno
Obama Says Clinton Is ‘Bush-Cheney Lite’ New York Times
"Doctors said that during the colonoscopy, they did find something -- five polyps and two reporters from Fox News." --Jay Leno
Gitmo critic urges world: Take captives
"There's a brand new book out about Dick Cheney. It's a very intimate portrait of Cheney's life. It's called 'Tuesdays with Meanie'" --Jay Leno
Hinchey working on measure to censure Bush, Cheney
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Protesters, media await Vick at courthouse
FBI Blows Whistle on NBA Referee Voice of America
This image provided by NASA shows Boeing's X-48B Blended Wing Body at Rogers Dry Lake October 24, 2006. The experimental jet that resembles a flying wing successfully flew for the first time in a program that could lead to more fuel-efficient, quieter and higher-capacity aircraft, NASA said Thursday July 26, 2007. The remotely controlled, 500-pound, three-engine jet with a 21-foot wingspan took off July 20, climbed to an altitude of 7,500 feet and landed about a half-hour later, NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center said. Photo/NASA