March 26, 2004 New
pages by 10 a.m. Monday-Friday
graveside, Kiehl's widow says Bush mislead Americans and lied about Iraq
House wages war on Clarke The barrage was unusual for a White
House that typically tries to ignore its critics, and it was driven by
White House calculations that Clarke would appear credible to average
viewers. Administration officials were so intent on mobilizing every
possible argument that some of their points seemed contradictory. Collectively,
they said Clarke was responsible for counterterrorism but out of the loop,
claimed he was obsessed with which meetings he could attend but refused
to go to some meetings, and argued both that his book was published too
soon and too late.
in presidential campaign running high, poll shows
in Iraq report low morale Army releases survey, initiated last summer
after a number of suicides provoked concern about the mental well-being
of soldiers, showing grim statistics on morale and leadership.
Fe nipple-piercing conviction upheld
applicants' hooters secretly photographed
rules US rule against internet gambling is illegal
end of the migration
arrives on the wings of sandhill cranes
Enjoyed your show helping to inform the public about the tailpipe testing
that your local politicians wanted to install. Wish we had something
like KTSA here in Austin that would help to bring matters such as this
to the public's attention.
Since we don't and our local paper is just an outlet for our politicians,
we are being saddled with emission testing next year.
I suspect that there will be a great uproar about this when the public
discovers what has happened.
wants to exempt area south of DFW from pollution restrictions
Texans concerned about polygamist sect
expected to call up Corpus Christi reserve unit
You ever see a homing chicken?
to try 5,000 mph X-43 jet again tomorrow
(1st one blew up)
guy who Simmons bitchslapped is a 6' 2" cage fighter
Street upset when companies are too good to workers Costco is being
criticized for paying decent wages and offering generous benefits. "Public
companies need to care for shareholders first," says an analyst.
"Costco runs its business like it is a private company."
school teaches girls how to be perfect wives
abandon tangled-whale rescue attempt
for gay marriages planned In the state's first official acknowledgment
that gay and lesbian couples can legally marry in May, town and city clerks
were notified this week that they will be trained to issue marriage licenses
for same-sex couples.
When I received
the photo of this Austin beauty my first thought was, "But where
are her Birkenstock sandals???"