according to my emails, a WHOLE lot of people think that some KTSA
talk hosts fell into disfavor for voicing a negative opinion about
either the Bill Clinton book, or the hour-long Clinton program that
Viacom has ordered all of its News and Talk stations to broadcast
Thursday. It is my personal belief that no aspect of the Clinton
story had any bearing at all. Commentary: KTSA
Express-News - Jeanne Jakle
hints something's up, or out, at KTSA Media wags
are buzzing loudly about a Web report involving veteran KTSA personalities.
A local online publication appears to be the origin of the buzz
that major changes are on the way at Infinity-owned KTSA.
Ten-Foot Poll on Bill's Book---
12am-11pm Mon 6/21/2004
I set KTSA
policy this week,
Bill Clinton's new book would get
ignored Texas terrorist with WMD
backs ban of GI coffin photos
Courts upholds Texas law against HMO lawsuits
Private Enterprise Flying a foam composite rocket
ship powered by laughing gas and burning rubber, Mike Melvill took
off faster than a bullet over a ramshackle airport in the desert
Monday and overcame serious malfunctions to become the first astronaut
to reach space in a mission entirely funded by private entrepreneurs.
urged to vote and 'shape public policy' Evangelical Christians,
who emphasize personal conversion, faith in Jesus and public preaching,
make up about one-quarter of the electorate.
Baghdad -- Military
chiefs are drawn into prison abuse trials
pushes marriage initiative in re-election battle
Al Qaeda, and what constitutes a 'relationship' "..straightforward
talking is supposed to be this administration's strong point."
contradicted on Iraq and al Qaeda? Or not? Even the
9-11 comissioners don't agree about whether their staff contradicted
the Bush administration.
The staff of the The National Commission on Terrorist Attacks
Upon the United States (also known as the 9-11 Commission) issued
a statement June 16 saying it found "no credible
evidence that Iraq and al Qaeda cooperated on attacks against the
United States." It also said "contacts" between al
Qaeda and Iraq "do not appear to have resulted in a collaborative
Whether or not that contradicts the Bush administration's stated
reasons for invading Iraq is a matter of interpretation, however.
Some say it does, but even the Democratic vice chair of the
commission says he sees no discrepancy.
Post-ABC News Poll
loses advantage in War on Terrorism Doubts about
the long-term consequences of the war have helped erase the
president's advantage over Sen. John F. Kerry on who is best
able to deal with terrorist threats.
Korean hostage beheaded The Islamist Web
site "Voice of Jihad" also posted a message saying that
the insurgents had killed Kim.
Kim, 33, was an Arabic speaker and evangelical Christian who had
worked in Iraq for a year as a translator for a South Korean firm
supplying goods to the U.S. military.
air-traffic gaffes show FAA is vulnerable
ex-radio host pleads guilty to child indecency
Bowl streaker may be jailed for 6 months
look at Texas in 2040 Austin would be larger
than San Antonio; state would be older, more Hispanic.
Anglos will soon cease to be a majority ethnic group in
Texas, falling below 50 percent of the population by the end
Johnson execution most-searched last week on Lycos Paris