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Thursday, June 3, 2004
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boss Tenet is out George Tenet has resigned
as CIA director, President Bush announced Thursday, ending the increasingly
stormy tenure of a man under fire for the department's intelligence
before the Iraq war.
to take 1 more PGA shot Despite apparently slim odds,
city and county leaders raced Wednesday to resuscitate the fast-fading
PGA Village development.
Wolff: "..it's almost like being pushed back to the 10-yard
line and we're trying to throw a good hard pass to win the game."
to save PGA Village
I am supporting
County Judge Nelson Wolff in his attempt to drum up some emails
to the PGA to assure them that there is a substantial base of
public support for a PGA golf course at PGA Village.
Any development of Lumbermen's Investment Corporation's Bexar
County land, other than the PGA Village concept, would negate
the extensive environmental and aquifer protections already
negotiated. Simply put, golf courses are kinder to the aquifer
than are vast (or even half-vast) housing developments.
The PGA's email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
PGA of America
100 Avenue of the Champions
Palm Beach, Florida 33410-9601
I do respect
the view of tens of thousands of people who signed petitions
to force a public vote on the project, but then saw your efforts
go up in smoke because of fancy footwork by the previous City
Council. You were maneuvered out of an election that you deserved.
That being noted, life goes on, and it is still unavoidably
obvious that, given the alternatives, the PGA Village would
be the most aquifer-friendly use of LIC's land. I hope you
will take a minute to say so to the PGA before its big board
meeting next Tuesday.
Ten-Foot Poll on PGA Village RESULT
New York Times
extending tours of war-zone troops ".. soldiers
who had planned to retire, move to other Army jobs or leave the military
when their enlistments expired will be required to stay for the length
of their units' deployment in either of the two combat zones. That could
range from a few extra weeks to more than a year."
Army puts all units tapped for Iraq, Afghanistan on stop-loss, stop-move
David's 7th grade
class teacher asked the children what their fathers did for a living.
Firefighter, Police Officer, Doctor, and so on-- until David said, "My
father's an exotic dancer in a gay cabaret. He takes off his clothes
in front of other men. Sometimes, if the money's right, he'll go outside
with some guy and make love with him for money."
The teacher hurriedly took David aside and asked, "Is that really
true about your father?"
"No," said David, "He works for the Kerry for President
campaign, but I was too embarrassed to say that in front of the other
says Iraq will have NO power over US forces "There
could be a situation where we have to act and there may be a disagreement,
and we have to act to protect ourselves or to accomplish a mission,"
Powell told Dubai-based Middle East Broadcasting Center in an interview
aired late on Wednesday.
His remarks again appeared at odds with British Prime Minister Tony
Blair's contention last week that the Iraqi government would be able
to veto operations such as the U.S. assault on insurgents in Falluja
Here a Minute Ago, Says Bremer
Sure, the Iraqis are going to get their sovereignty by June
30. Just remember that famous line from the end of Lawrence of Arabia.
"It seems we are going to have an English waterworks with an
Arabian flag." Just substitute UN for English, and Iraqi for
Arabian. Right before George Bush, in place of Lawrence, gets shipped
home getting no credit for being the one to actually accomplish anything.
You know what they say, those who don't learn from the past...
marriage tops Texas GOP agenda Most important
issue to Republican platform writers seems to be their anguish over
ready for an Alamo City wrangle The newer, more bare-knuckled Republican
Party of Texas that increasingly tends to eat its own opens its biennial
convention in San Antonio today.
Cornyn backing 5 changes to Constitution On Wednesday,
the Constitution Subcommittee took up the Flag Protection Amendment,
co-sponsored by 11 Democrats and 46 Republicans, including fellow Texas
Republican Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison.
Ten-Foot Poll on SAPD - FBI RESULT
12am-11pm Wed 6/2/2004
a half-hour news conference about 2 stolen propane trucks, the
local heads of the FBI and Police Dep't forgot to describe the
trucks, name the company from which they were stolen, and gave
no license numbers. I find this to be
-- SAPD Sgt. Gabe Trevino tells me that photos and descriptions
were handed out to every reporter at the news conference, and
says the law bosses did not want to just repeat what was in the
handouts. I told Gabe that I watched and listened to the conf and
neither heard nor saw the handout information. Also there were no
photos on the local FBI website, nor the SAPD and City of San Antonio
man drags himself to safety three days after car wreck
cops bilk old couple out of $4.5 million
blocks support band because singer is blonde The Daily Mirror says
there was a clause in a contract stipulating no groups with a blonde
singer could go on before Blondie.