Tuesday edition - September 25, 2007
Rough reception for Ahmadinejad at Columbia
Iraq says draft law on private security firms will go to
Iraq said Tuesday a draft law that would place private security companies under Interior Ministry...
Whistle-blower, Halliburton square off in court
"In Iran, we don't have homosexuals." - Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
Us Military Deaths In Iraq At 3798 Guardian Unlimited
Cholera spreads to Iraq's south CTV.ca, Canada
Amnesty calls for help for Iraq refugees Sydney Morning Herald
Pelosi faults GOP in Iraq war Boston Globe
Richardson Targets Dems on Iraq ABC News
Ignoring the Elephant in the Room
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki kept a polite distance Saturday as they attended a group meeting and avoided discussion of a deadly Baghdad shootout involving guards from a U.S. company protecting American diplomats.
"Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was surprised that the American people
would be very insulted if he visited ground zero...he said, ‘No, there are 300
million people in America with many different points of view.’ You know, as
opposed to Iran, which has 70 million people who aren’t allowed any point of
view.” - Jay Leno
Playing the 9-11 Card
A supporter of Rudy Giuliani's is throwing a party that aims to raise $9.11 per person for the Republican's presidential campaign.
“Chuck Norris is over in Iraq visiting the troops. Today, Chuck said the troop surge is working. Keep in mind, this is the same guy that said the whole Total Gym thing works, too. So, I don’t know.” - Jay Leno
Stall-ing for Time
The prosecutor who handled the disorderly conduct case against Sen. Larry Craig says the Idaho Republican was calm and methodical as they discussed Craig entering a guilty plea.
Minneapolis Prosecutor Urged Craig to Seek Legal Counsel Fox 12 Boise, ID
Giuliani Fund Raising Reaches Into Kazakhstan Wall Street Journal
Scarborough, Abrams Staying Put on MSNBC
George W. Bush:
An Unauthorized Oral History
Chapter Ten: Mission Accomp... Hey, What the Hell Happened?!
“And the President of Iran – what’s his name? Mahmoud I’manutjob?” As “you know, he is coming…to New York to address the United Nations. Why isn’t his name on the no-fly list? I don’t understand that.”- Jay Leno
Schwarzenegger, Gore Seek Climate Action The Associated Press
AHNC Viewers Knew This Years Ago
The last two times the Pew Research Center asked people to describe President Bush in a single word, chief among the overwhelmingly negative responses was the word "incompetent."
Oil Prices Fall Further in Asian Trading The Associated Press
Dell Agrees to Sell PCs at Retailer in China
Microsoft, Facebook talking San Jose Mercury News
Recount, the Movie - Laura Dern Plays Katherine Harris
Kevin Spacey, Laura Dern, Denis Leary, John Hurt, Tom Wilkinson, Ed Begley Jr. and Bob Balaban have been set by HBO Films to star in “Recount,” the drama about the controversial Florida results in the 2000 presidential election.
Guantanamo detainee loses appeal
Bill O'Reilly Watches Too Many Rap Videos
"I couldn't get over the fact that there was no difference between Sylvia's restaurant and any other restaurant in New York City. I mean, it was exactly the same, even though it's run by blacks, primarily black patronship. There wasn't one person in Sylvia's who was screaming 'M-Fer -- I want more iced tea.' " - Bill O'Reilly
Cheney heads to Utah for a private speech Salt Lake Tribune
his current scrape with the law, Mr. Simpson told reporters that he had already
learned a valuable lesson: “Next time I want sports memorabilia, I’m going on
eBay.” - Andy Borowitz
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Gully channels in a crater in the southern highlands of Mars, taken by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera on the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, are shown in this image released by NASA September 20, 2007. The gullies emanating from the rocky cliffs near the crater's rim (upper L) show meandering and braided patterns typical of water-carved channels. Photo/NASA/JPL/University of Arizona