Tuesday edition - September 18, 2007
Condoleezza Rice's 'regret' over Iraq shooting
Russia Says US Attack on Iran Would Be Catastrophic
N. Korea Denies Nuclear Ties
Dubya wishes we'd leave him alone.
"President Bush gave a historic speech on the war in Iraq. Of course, most Americans are going, ‘Never mind that. Did you see Britney? Oh, my God.’”- Jay Leno
Musharraf to step down from army role Independent
Nepal's Ex-Rebels Quit Government The Associated Press
Rice Returning to Mideast to Meet Israelis, Palestinians
Consequences of Unregulated Militias
In the past year,
employees of the Blackwater USA security firm have been involved in other
incidents in which they were accused of
killing civilians and security forces in Iraq.
Until President Bush can visit Iraq without it being in secret, we're not "kicking ass." - Bill Maher
Sen. John Kerry's speech at the University of Florida came to a dramatic close Monday, shortly after a vocal audience member was hauled off by police and shot with a Taser gun.
kid Rudy with love, because he is on the attack against Hillary Clinton. Have
you seen this? He accused her of spitting venom at General Petraeus, and he paid
for a full-page ad in the New York Times. He must miss the days when he was the
mayor of New York, and the New York Times would have to print his bulls**t for
free." --Bill Maher
Criticism surprises president Philadelphia Inquirer
Minn. Gop Congressman Ramstad Retiring
Chafee No Longer A Republican CBS News
McCain's Michigan Chair to Quit The Associated Press
Leahy Tosses Ball In Bush's Court
Sen. Patrick Leahy indicated he could delay confirmation hearings for the president's nominee for attorney general, saying Monday the White House must first provide answers about its domestic surveillance program and the firing of nine federal prosecutors.
He's an ideologue...I want him to be intellectually honest...His book is filled with factual errors. - Liberal hater MSNBC talk show host Joe Scarborough, bashing Jeffrey Toobin's new book, THE NINE, about the the US Supreme Court.
Obama Economic Plan Includes Tax Breaks The Associated Press
Health insurance plan from Clinton San Jose Mercury News
Putin Tosses Ball In Bush's Court
Moscow has offered to share the Gabala station, which it leases from ex-Soviet Azerbaijan, in exchange for the US dropping plans to deploy a radar station in the Czech Republic and missile interceptors in Poland.
#1 Book Based on Sales and it's not OJ or Greenspan
New York Times to Stop Charging Web Fees The Associated Press
Foreclosures Surged 36% in August, Report Says
Kids' $100 Laptop Jumps in Price PC World
Another Al Qaeda Threat
A Swedish cartoonist who depicted Islam's Prophet Mohammed with the body of a dog said yesterday that police have taken him to a secret location and told him he cannot return home following a death threat from Al Qaeda in Iraq.
Einstein dies and goes to
... Saint Peter says, "You look like Einstein, but you have no idea the lengths some people will go to, to sneak in. Can you prove who you really are?"
Einstein ponders for a few seconds and asks, "Could I have a blackboard and some chalk?"
Saint Peter snaps his fingers and a blackboard and chalk instantly appear. Einstein proceeds to describe with arcane mathematics and symbols his theory of relativity.
Saint Peter is suitably impressed. "You really are Einstein! Welcome to Heaven!"
The next to arrive is Picasso. Once again Saint Peter asks for his credentials. Picasso asks, "Mind if I use that blackboard and chalk?"
Saint Peter says, "Go ahead."
Picasso erases Einstein's equations and sketches a truly stunning mural with just a few strokes of chalk.
Saint Peter claps. "Surely you are the great artist you claim to be! Come on in!"
Then Saint Peter looks up and sees George W. Bush.
Saint Peter scratches his head and says, "Einstein and Picasso both managed to prove their identity. How can you prove yours?"
George W looks bewildered and says, "Who are Einstein and Picasso?"
Saint Peter sighs, "Come on in, George."
UT law students defending terrorism suspects at Guantánamo Dallas Morning News
MSNBC is without one of
its top anchors, who subsequently is without his appendix.
Sportscaster turned leftwing newsman Keith Olbermann is back home in New York after undergoing an emergency appendectomy on Friday, the network confirmed Monday.
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Goldmans to Seek Simpson Memorabilia The Associated Press
Sally Field, Ray Romano bleeped Reuters
Chernobyl to be encased in steel Euronews.net
Crocs, escalators a dangerous mix? Chicago Sun-Times
A handout picture released in Singapore on September 14, 2007, shows an artist's conception of an apartment with space for a luxury car inside it. Worried your top-of-the range auto might get scratched in the car park? Then buy a luxury high-rise apartment that has its own auto-size lift to bring your car up into the living room. At least that's one solution on offer from the latest entrant to Singapore's burgeoning luxury home property market, hoping to lure the international jet-set to buy its projects. Photo/Hayden Properties