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Iran Has Us Over a Barrel—Of Oil

This New York Times piece spells out how fiendishly hard it’s going to be to threaten Iran over its nukes while simultaneously guzzling its oil. | story
It’s sort of like admonishing a drug dealer for selling heroin to kids, and then scoring a dime bag of blow for yourself.

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Italy to Pull Its Troops From Iraq

After a fiercely fought election, Rome is pulling nearly all of its 3,000 troops out of action. | story
Does this mean that Bush’s “Coalition of the Willing” is ready to call those 2,000 mine-detonating Moroccan monkeys into service?

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NBC's David Gregory and White House spokesman Scott McClellan.
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NBC’s Gregory Bashes McClellan Over Abramoff

Watch David Gregory catching the White House spokesman in a lie about his policy of not disclosing participants of Bush’s staff-level meetings. | Crooks and Liars has the video.
Think Progress proves that McClellan is lying.

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Robert Reineke of Venezuela stands by the Google booth at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Saturday, Jan. 7.
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Google Vows to Fight White House Over Porn Probe

The Bush administration wants to know how often porn turns up in searches. Google is fighting the subpoena. At a time when companies like Yahoo are turning over records to the Chinese government, bully for Google for standing firm. | story

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Ambush Kills 10 Guards in Iraq

The Iraqi civil war rages on, and the traditional media continue to ignore it. Also, the young kidnapped American reporter is given 72 hours to live. | story

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Cellphones to Disrupt Final Sanctuary: Subways

Rejoice! With bids coming in to wire New York’s subway stations, you’ll never have to miss a fascinating discussion about someone’s dinner plans, or their stomachache, or whatever else they choose to spew on their captive audiences. | story

Posted on Jan 18, 2006 READ MORE


Their Dogs Eat Better Than You Do

Salon exposes the organic, sustainable, antibiotic- and steroid-free underbelly of the growing Raw Pet Foods Movement. | story

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Condi Slashes Cushy Assignments for Diplomats

Secretary of State Rice will shift hundreds of Foreign Service positions away from Europe to hot spots in the Middle East and Asia. Well, it’s a start…. |story 

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Six former heads of the Environmental Protection Agency accused the Bush administration Wednesday, Jan. 18, of neglecting global warming and other environmental problems. Stephen Johnson, the current EPA leader, with microphone, defended the president.
Eric Vance / AP

Six Ex-EPA Chiefs Slam Bush on Global Warming

The comments come at an EPA-sponsored symposium. It’s unclear whether the current EPA head managed to suppress a snicker while calling Bush “committed” to cleaning up the environment. | story

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Vatican Begins to Thaw on Evolution

The official Vatican newspaper lauds a judge in Pennsylvania for tossing intelligent design out of the classroom. Anyone hear the galloping of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse? | story

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