The motley crowd of demonstrators, including a bizarre ‘clown army’, were trying to make their way to a high security fence and block access to the Heiligendamm hotel. Some demonstrators used trees and rocks to block the main access road to the resort, a shady, tree-lined avenue linking the towns of Bad Doberan and Heiligendamm on the northern German coast.
I can’t understand how these ‘clowns’ think they can control the planet. Arrogance is an understatement. They might as well insist the tide stop.
In an effort to save his client from a 175-year prison sentence, Jeremy Duffer’s lawyer told jurors Tuesday that his client is an idiot whose behavior was “not acceptable.”
He even told them that Duffer, a notorious former fugitive accused of raping a child, is guilty of some of the things he stands accused of and confessed to police.
I’d say there were a LOT of people in court who could be considered an idiot. That doesn’t mean he should get off easy.
Construction of a controversial, three-mile blast wall in one of Baghdad’s most troubled neighborhoods was completed recently, following three months of grueling labor and heated protests from Iraqi residents and government officials.
We want a wall, we can’t get it. They don’t want one, but it’s there. I’m confused.
Those failing drug tests would lose most benefits under a bill by Rep. Steve Cappelli, R-Williamsport. A recipient failing a drug test would have 60 days to be retested, Cappelli said. Those testing positive for illegal drugs would lose cash assistance and benefits under the Temporary Assistance to Needy Families program. They would, however, retain medical benefits.
Excellent idea. Why should the tax payers support druggies?
“The woman had no food in the house for herself and seemed disoriented,” said Annette Ramirez, an officer with the city’s Animal Services Department. “Her arms were covered with open wounds apparently caused by animal bites.”
Now I like critters, but even I would have a tough time with that many. Doesn’t anyone ever check on these elderly folks?
Former U.S. Rep. Mark Green was to be named ambassador to Tanzania today, seven months after being defeated as the Republican Party’s candidate for governor.
Green, 47, has ties to Africa. He is the son of a South African immigrant, and he and his wife, Sue, spent a year in the late 1980s as volunteer teachers in Kenya, Tanzania’s neighbor to the north.
He SHOULD have been governor!
“Russia is not an enemy,” Bush said, seeking not to inflame a heated exchange of rhetoric between Washington and Moscow. “There needs to be no military response because we’re not at war with Russia. … Russia is not a threat. Nor is the missile defense we’re proposing a threat to Russia.”
Nope, Russia is no threat. They’re just going out of their way to help our enemies.
Although House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was expected to push later this week for Jefferson’s official ouster from his committee, an attempt to head off House Minority Leader John Boehner’s resolution calling for an ethics investigation, and — in an unusual move — specifically asking the committee to answer whether Jefferson should resign.
If Pelosi had been serious about getting rid of the ‘culture of corruption’, which we knew she wouldn’t be, she should have demanded the guy resign a long time ago.