Sunday, August 28, 2005

Edited by Victor A. Cuvo


Guess it's time to let out the prisoners. Down there at ABU, about 1,000 were let out.
U.S. releases 1,000 from Abu Ghraib prison. Think they have been rehabilitated? Think they have paid their debt to society? Think they'll rejoin the enemy in Iraq?...This Katrina thing may get out of hand. It's now a Category 5. Poor folks down there in New Orleans. Looks like it might be the worst in 40 years. Katrina won't be a party for New Orleans...I guess there will be joy in Iraq! The Constitution committee signed a draft charter. All is well?...Is the world running out of gas? Do you think in a year or two you'll be pulling into your friendly Exxon station and the sign will say "Going Out of Business" Panic won't help rising gas prices...Are you patient with the war in Iraq? Is it winding down? Is there a light at the end of the tunnell? President Bush called for patience on Iraq mission on Saturday. The boys will be on their way home in time(on a Date certain) for the New Year's Day college bowl games... So says the junior senator from Wisconsin....What in the world are we going to do about North Korea? Do you really think those "jokers'' are "joking" around? Ted Galen Carpenter of the Cato Institute says First, Defuse the Bomb in North Korea... G. Gordon Liddy as a biomedically enhanced superhero? President Chelsea Clinton? Ambassador bin Laden of Afghanistan? This, and much, much more, in a new comic series....Pat Robertson recently made a statement that Hugo Chavez should be killed! Who is this guy? Does he really matter? Byron York asks Is Pat Robertson influential?..."Everyone will get it. Donald Trump qualifies... so does can the vice president, come to think about it. Your health or income don't make a difference."(Bob Dole, the Republican elder statesman, urging seniors to fill out the proper forms for the new Medicare drug benefit that will become available in January)

Hurricane Katrina Now Category 5
8/28/2005 7:33 a.m. ET

Hurricane Katrina is now a Category 5 hurricane -- top winds are 160 mph. The pressure dropped to 915 mb at 6 am. Landfall is still expected Monday.

“Back to School, Back to Parents” by Anthony B. Bradley

As the new school year begins, Anthony Bradley reflects on the role of the parent in creating educational success. “Overall, children in loving, stable two-parent homes have an academic and social advantage over those who do not,” he writes.

Buckley: Robertson’s death wishes.

Chavez squeezing foreign oil companies go to article
President Hugo Chavez is taking advantage of soaring oil prices and a weak opposition movement to squeeze private oil companies and regain what he calls "petroleum

USA Cycling supports Armstrong's story

Lance Armstrong received strong backing Friday from cycling's domestic governing body, which said accusations against the seven-time Tour de France champion are ''completely without credibility.''

Missing in Aruba

Kalpoe brothers arrested again

Aruba detains brothers

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Study provides glimpse of 'bad bears'
A female black bear assigned the number 919 is providing state and federal wildlife researchers with hope that bruins would rather roam wild lands for food than rummage around Aspen.

Homo sapiens relax Friday in the London Zoo's Human Zoo exhibit, intended to raise awareness of the primate nature of humans. [Full Story] (Gareth Cattermole / Getty Images)
(Illustration by Victor Juhasz for USN&WR)

Bush thinks Texas big
The president has grand ideas for his high tech library and museum.

CARBONDALE, Ill. - For two years, Carbondale residents have been riveted by the writing of a little girl imploring her father in Iraq: "Don't die, OK?"Girl's story of dad was a hoax, paper says. Unbelievable.

Seattle Police continue search for beating suspects