Sunday, June 05, 2005

Edited by Victor A. Cuvo

Defense Department describes five cases of mishandling of Muslim text, including kicking, trampling
(AP) The hand of honorary Sheik Amjad Abu Sadio, 13, is seen on the Koran.

California defeats 'gender neutral' marriage By Cheryl Wetzstein
THE WASHINGTON TIMES

The California Assembly has defeated a bill to make marriage "gender neutral," dashing hopes among homosexual-rights groups that lawmakers in the nation's most populous state would become the first to legalize same-sex "marriage" without a court order.

Would you allow your child to spend the night with Michael Jackson? Would you even shake this guy's hand?


Jackson Jurors Go Home Without Verdict
Los Angeles Times

'Modern-day slavery' in allied nations decried
Indianapolis Star
Graphic shows State Departments report on human trafficking in the world. (AP)

Rumsfeld: China growing military power
Singapore, June 3 ( UPI)- U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said Friday China is spending much more building up its military than it publicly acknowledges.



OPINION:
Nobles and knaves from the Washington Times

Salt Lake Tribune Anonymous sources not what they were during Watergate

BILL BUCKLEY
Foul Felt
Now he wants some money for it

Editorial from The Hill: Euro Democracy

The 10 most harmful books of the 19th & 20th centuries

Deep Throat, Watergate and the Media, OpinionEditorials.com

Doug Giles: Unsuccessful People
http://www.townhall.com/columnists/douggiles/dg20050604.shtml

Charles Krauthammer: Gitmo Grovel: Enough Already http://www.townhall.com/columnists/charleskrauthammer/ck20050603.shtml
WEYANT'S WORLD



BOOKS:
  • 'Growing Up Guggenheim', ISI Books






  • SPORTS:
    Pictured: Brian Cavanaugh Pictured: Brian Cavanaugh
    Sun Devils Down Pirates In Regional Opener, 9-6
    UNLV Scores Five In The Ninth To Eliminate ECU From Regional Play
    06/04/2005


    Rafael Nadal gets emotional during Friday's French Open semifinal match at Roland Garros. The Spaniard celebrated his 19th birthday by beating world No. 1 Roger Federer in four sets to advance to Sunday's final against unseeded Mariano Puerta.
    Rafael Nadal gets emotional during Friday's French Open semifinal match at Roland Garros. The Spaniard celebrated his 19th birthday by beating world No. 1 Roger Federer in four sets to advance to Sunday's final against unseeded Mariano Puerta.
    Time has come for Spaniard with nerves of steel SI.com

    Phillies need the old Thome back
    phillyburbs.com


    Mike Sielski
    Now, the Phillies are clawing and crawling back to .500, back into contention in the National League East, in spite of him. He is hitting .213, with two home runs in 108 at-bats, a season suited more for Mario Mendoza than for a man with 425 career homers.

    Photo: Tom Casino/SHOWTIME
    Ricky Hatton (right) and Kostya Tszyu exchange blows during Saturday’s IBF junior welterweight fight on SHOWTIME Championship Boxing. Hatton, the local favorite and challenger, scored an 11th round TKO over Tszyu in front of 22,000 fans in Manchester, England. The fight began at 2AM GMT.
    Sunday, June 5 2005