A top Taliban commander claims that Al Qaeda leader Usama bin Laden is alive and directed the attack in February against a U.S. base in Afghanistan during a visit by Vice President Dick Cheney, according to an interview aired Wednesday on Al-Jazeera.
I was really hoping that pig was worm food. Guess we’ll just have pray he’ll be in the fiery pit soon.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad marked the 27th anniversary of the failed U.S. operation to rescue 53 American hostages from the U.S. Embassy in Tehran by saying God and Iran had “clobbered the enemy,” state radio reported today.
McCain singing: Bomb bomb bomb…..bombbombiran!
The U.S. Olympic Committee is in preliminary talks with Iran to bring a few of that country’s rowers and wrestlers to the United States to train for the 2008 Beijing Games.
Why can’t they train in France?
Facing lawsuits by veterans and their families, the Bush administration relented Monday and agreed to allow the Wiccan pentacle – a five-pointed star inside a circle – on tombstones at Arlington National Cemetery and other U.S. military burial grounds.
Well, we do have freedom OF religion, so I guess it’s ok.
The man arrested today and accused of being “The Bishop,” a mysterious and elusive threat who sent mail bombs and threatening letters since 2005, once worked as a mail carrier, authorities said.
John P. Tomkins of Dubuque, Iowa, was arrested this morning on his way to his current job as a machinist.
The insanity keeps spreading.
“He clearly appeared to be under the influence of something other than good sense,” Chief Assistant District Attorney Nicki Patterson said.
Stout said he hoped the Coke was good.
Overstreet responded: “I should’ve had a V-8.”
Now, there’s a stupid criminal for ya. (snicker)
Two Houston Police Department civilian supervisors have been relieved of duty after officials discovered that 21 weapons were missing from the department’s property room.
The two worked in the property room, Police Chief Harold Hurtt said at a news conference this evening.
Just a clerical error, right? Right?
Rosch provided this account:
Michael and Nicole Diliberto took the car home for a test drive on Monday and their son found a camera bag under the driver’s seat. The gun was inside the bag. The Diliberto family turned the gun over to police Monday afternoon and the car went back to Wilde Toyota in West Allis.
My question: Why wasn’t the kid buckled in? What was he doing crawling around the car anyway? And just why didn’t the dealership make sure the car was cleaned out before letting someone drive off with it?
The New York Times and the Los Angeles Times share a 2007 award in journalism ethics for their handling of how the U.S. government mined a financial database to track terrorists, the University of Oregon said Wednesday.
Whoa! Does anyone still believe there are ethics involved with the journalism of those 3?