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Halliburton Tried to Double Its Pleasure, Fun

Even while a Halliburton subsidiary was being criticized for running up bills on a 2003 no-bid contract, government officials were finding similar problems on a simultaneous project.

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Bush Opposes Jaafari as Iraq’s Next Leader, Say Shiites

The U.S. ambassador has told Shiite officials that the president does not want Ibrahim al-Jaafari to remain in power, mocking the notion that U.S.-sponsored elections were intended to give Iraqis control over their government.

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Bush and Andy Card
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Bush’s Chief of Staff Resigns

Andrew Card, who has held the position since the president first took office, will be replaced with Joshua Bolten, a longtime Bush aide and current budget director. Card had come under pressure to step down in recent months as the president’s poll numbers continued their free fall.

Posted on Mar 28, 2006 READ MORE


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From bdeshini.com

Debt Clock Running Out of Space

When the U.S. national debt crests the $10-trillion mark within the next two years, the famous Manhattan signboard will no longer be able to display the entire amount.
But don’t worry: Congress, which recently raised our debt limit, won’t suffer from any such limitations.

Posted on Mar 28, 2006 READ MORE


George Will
From crooksandliars.com

Global Warming and Its Discontents

As George Will tries to refute the mountains of evidence pertaining to the threat of global warming, New Yorker reporter Elizabeth Kolbert discusses her new book on the subject.

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Do-it-Yourself Iraqi Documents Search

Now that 48,000 boxes of Arabic-language Iraqi documents captured in Iraq have hit the web, armchair analysts have their work cut out for them.

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Investigators Smuggle Dirty Bomb Materials Into U.S.

The two government teams used fake documents to bring the radioactive materials through northern and southern borders.
And Bush & Co. are still pushing for a missile defense shield.

Posted on Mar 28, 2006 READ MORE


Senate Panel Passes Immigration Bill

The bill, which requires approval by the full Senate, clears the way for 11 million illegal aliens to seek U.S. citizenship, and will allow some 1.5 million workers to seek temporary jobs legally.
This is a big win for the hundreds of thousands of people who joined protest marches this past weekend.

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Political Pressure Ratcheting Up on U.S. Over Mosque Killings

Shiite officials say that American-led forces killed many civilians in a raid on a mosque complex on Sunday. The U.S. has promised a full investigation.

Posted on Mar 27, 2006 READ MORE


Blame the Media

Watch video clips of reporters who refuse to accept White House spin that the media is to blame in Iraq: CBS’ Lara Logan, MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann, and NBC’s Richard Engel

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