Wednesday, November 5, 2003
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RATING SWEEPS
KSAT-TV News discovers hookers in East S.A.!!!

MESSER WRONG IN PREDICTION
Tuesday evening the hard-hitting Channel 12 investigative team reported that prostitution occurs in East San Antonio!!!
In a commentary October 22, I had predicted that during the ratings sweeps,

"KSAT will make the startling discovery that there are strip clubs in the Alamo City, and its journalists will fearlessly enter, cameras rolling. If there are women inside with their clothes off, well, somebody has to cover the story."

Sweeps ain't over, and I admit that there's still time for Ch-12 to locate and report on some strip clubs. But unless they do, my prediction stands in error. No strippers found. Only hookers.


Bexar bonds all approved

Ban on arsenic in wood rejected

Issue for Bush: How to Speak of Casualties? The White House is struggling with the political consequences for a president who has said little publicly about the mounting casualties of the occupation in Iraq.

Fetal Brains Suffer Badly From Effects of Alcohol In recent decades, scientists have discovered that alcohol can be remarkably toxic - more than any other abused drug - to developing fetuses.

Illegally in the U.S., and Never a Day Off at Wal-Mart A 21-state raid exposed hundreds of illegal immigrants working for subcontractors that clean Wal-Mart stores across the nation.

Survey Shows Skepticism About Iraq Only one in seven Americans agrees with President Bush's assertion that the conflict in Iraq is the most important fight in the war on terrorism, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll.

Yesterday's poll results

 

Terror Suspect Says U.S. Deported Him to Syria for torture A Canadian citizen who was detained last year at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York as a suspected terrorist said Tuesday he was secretly deported to Syria and endured 10 months of torture in a Syrian prison.

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The 2004 political calendar is front-loaded with key presidential primaries. This means the Democratic candidate for president could be decided by early March.