Arafat is dead (and there was much rejoicing). Which leaves an open spot at the top of the Palastinian Authority. We've been hearing hopes of renewed talks between the Palastinians and Israelis since his death, pending new leadership.
So they want to call the people who will be breaking the law and let them know how to avoid the police? Why not call up some bank robbers and arrange for them to get keys to all the area bank vaults?
Jacques Chirac is calling for an international tax to help fight international poverty. And guess what he wants to tax? Arms sales, including gun purchases by individuals. Fighting poverty? Good idea. Taxing a gun purchase I make to do it? Piss off.
What is it with dressing up like Batman and climbing to high places in the UK these days?
John Kerry suggested Saturday night that Republicans may try to keep black voters from casting their ballots to help President Bush win in November.
The Middle East Media Research Institute has translated a sermon aired on Qatar TV this past Friday. This is amazing...
In a front-page web exclusive, Newsweek leads with a story titled "Bush's Big Bounce" that details the results of their latest poll. Just like the Time magzine poll, they show Bush ahead 52 percent to 41 percent.
Last night an attacker wearing a hood jumped the security line where Chris Matthews was broadcasting from and attempted to attack him. He was quickly removed by police.
A group calling itself “The Axis of Eve” is gearing up for a protest at the Republican convention. But not your average protest. They're going to be doing a 10-minute mass panty flash.
The lack of finding any substantial stockpiles of WMD in Iraq after the war has led many to speculate that they never existed. However, a story out today in the Washington Times offers up a suggestion of where they might have gone.