Tuesday edition - August 14, 2007
Russia said flying more missions near US territory
Pilots Say Missile Was Fired at Airliner in Northern Iraq
Saudi official condemns US Republican candidate's threat
to bomb ...
"President Bush had his annual physical. And next week, Vice President Dick
Cheney will have his annual autopsy. ... The White House revealed that last year
President Bush was treated for lyme disease. This disease is spread by ticks
that burrow under your skin. You don't even know they're there. You know, kinda
like a government wiretap." --Jay Leno
Four US soldiers killed in Iraq Reuters
Officials: some 30 Iraqi judges have been killed in Iraq ... International Herald Tribune
Iraqi Summit Set to Begin
In Iraq, another summer of power shortages Los Angeles Times
British MPs says Iraq 'surge' is unlikely to succeed
Howard urges Iraq to follow soccer team's lead ABC Online, Australia
Hungry for end to war, activists seek impeachment of Bush, Cheney San Francisco Chronicle
1992 - Karl Rove was fired by President George H.W. Bush's reelection campaign after columnist Robert Novak writes of internal dissatisfaction with fund-raiser Robert Mosbacher. Rove was suspected by Mosbacher of planting the leak.
tragedy that an administration that promised to unite Americans has instead left
us more divided than ever before. Without doubt the architect of that political
strategy was Karl Rove, who proved the politics of division may win some
elections but cannot govern America.—Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass.
China bridge collapse kills 22, 46 missing
ATHENS, Ala. - Voters have a chance on Tuesday to return this northern Alabama city to the days of Prohibition.
"Presidential candidate Mitt Romney was asked to explain why none of his five sons are in the military and he said that his sons demonstrate their patriotism by going on the road and campaigning for him. Now there's a tough choice: Iraq, or Iowa?? "Fallujah or Cedar Rapids? Honey, what do you think?" --Jay Leno
Romney worth as much as $250 million
Mccain Calls Iowa Poll 'Meaningless' Guardian Unlimited
Five journalists must identify the government officials who leaked them details about a scientist under scrutiny in the 2001 anthrax attacks, a federal judge said Monday.
week, the government announced a new operation to crack down on the hiring of
illegals here in Los Angeles. It's called Operation You're Going To Have To Cut
Your Own Lawn and Raise Your Own Kids." --Jay Leno
More Mattel recalls likely
"It was this week in 1974 that Richard Nixon resigned the presidency after getting caught lying and violating the Constitution. Remember when that kind of thing used to get you kicked out of office?" --Jay Leno
Guantánamo: Five Years and Counting Yemen Observer
Padilla Jurors Hear Closing Arguments Guardian Unlimited
"In a recent interview, President Bush's father said he gets upset when people tell him his son is doing a bad job. Bush's dad went on to say, 'You'd think after 60 years I'd be used to it.'" --Jay Leno
Video Surfaces of Cheney, in 1994, Warning That An Invasion of ...
Satanspeed, Turd Blossom. You're the best Constitutional Sodomist this Nation has ever seen. - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com
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Vick scrambles as two cop pleas
Perseid meteor shower set to peak USA Today
This photo from IBM shows an atomic-sized image resulting from scientific work at IBM's labs which is part of an art exhibit opening Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2007, at the United States Patent and Trademark Museum in Alexandria, Va. This image, made of iron atoms using IBM's low temperature Scanning Tunneling Microscope, is featured in the 'The Art of Invention' exhibit. While experimenting with materials that might make up future computer chips and storage components, IBM scientists built images with individual atoms such as this stadium-shaped 'Quantum Corral' made of iron atoms in order to 'corral' some of the surface electrons and view the ripples that resulted. Photo/IBM