Tuesday edition - July 31, 2007*
Pundit compares Hillary's cleavage to Barry Bonds' alleged doping
Rice, Gates Win No New Arab Help in Iraq
Backers Want Actor Thompson In White House Race
Oh my God, Hillary has cleavage? The media has plunged to a new low neck noose.
week, a group of Republican congressmen asked President Bush what his 'Plan B'
is if the current Iraq plan doesn't work. The 'Plan B' discussion was difficult
for Bush, because it involves two areas where he's extremely vulnerable -- Iraq
and the alphabet." --Conan O'Brien
Us Military Deaths In Iraq At 3651 Guardian Unlimited
US military: 3 American soldiers killed in fighting in Anbar province
Children hardest hit by humanitarian crisis in Iraq
US Toll in Iraq Lowest in 8 Months Washington Post,
Pelosi Was For Impeachment Before She Was Against It Or Is It Visa Versa - I'm Confused
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, asked at a breakfast this morning if she supports a move to impeach Attorney General Alberto Gonzales: "Well, I would like us to stay focused on our own agenda for this week."...So what about impeaching George W. Bush? Pelosi said that any effort to do so would divide the country and that she isn't sure what the odds of success would be. But she said that if she weren't the speaker and weren't in Congress, she'd "probably be advocating" Bush's impeachment herself.
Congressman Jay Inslee (D-WA) will introduce tomorrow a resolution calling for impeachment of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, according to a statement from his office.
Subject: Joe Scarborough is special
Joe's new MSNBC show doesn't have any transcripts. How convenient. He must be special. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3719710/
Oh, beady eyed Joe, I almost forget about him...doesn't surprise me. As far as I know he's rarely held accountable for what he says and does.
Federal agents raid Alaska home of Senator Stevens Boston Globe
Thompson panel raises $3 million for president run San Francisco Chronicle
Schwarzenegger, state GOP lawmakers at odds San Jose Mercury News
Baghdad erupted in celebration Sunday after the Iraqi national soccer team beat Saudi Arabia's team to win the Asian Cup. The Iraqis shut out the Saudis without a goal. It is amazing how well they play defense when the United States isn't helping. - Argus Hamilton, comedian
Democrats offer bill to clean up Congress Washington Post
Washington museum, a new exhibit is about to open that features a first-grade
report card of President Bush's where he received straight A's. This sounds
impressive, but President Bush was 23 at the time." --Conan O'Brien
Oil Prices Up Slightly in Europe Trading Hartford Courant
Foreclosures Continue to Skyrocket ABC News
Toyota to introduce a lower-priced Prius
Google holds its wireless breath Computer Business Review
On this day
1777 - Marquis de Lafayette, a 19-year-old French nobleman, became a major-general in the Continental Army of the U.S.
1966 - Alabamans burn Beatle products due to John Lennon's anti-Jesus remark
1971 - The Apollo 15 astronauts drove a car on the Moon.
1978 - Gunman shoots his way into the Iraqi Embassy in Paris
1991 - U.S. President Bush and Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev signed the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty.
1997 - In New York City, NY, police seized five bombs believed to be bound for terrorist attacks on city subways.
Guantánamo detainee a hero at home Seattle Times
Cheney Pens Letter While Acting as POTUS
Biden: Fire Cheney Washington Post
Cheney says Libby should not have been convicted
Cheney cuts ribbon at GW cardiovascular clinic Daily Colonial, DC
Biden: Fire Cheney Washington Post
Friends Don't Let Friends Blast-Off Drunk - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com
KELLY OSBOURNE 'TO STAR IN CHICAGO' Contactmusic.com, UK
French pilot Nicolas Ivanoff performs during elimination of the sixth stage of the Red Bull Air Race World Series in London July 29, 2007. Photo/Daniel Grund for Sports&News
*This edition is dedicated to long time viewer, Bill Sterner, who passed away Sunday.