July 27, 2004 New
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Yesterday this site surpassed 2-million hits
for the month of July
photo of John Kerry in a bio suit live up to Dukakis in a
tank, or to Bush in a kimono?
the photo for the story
contributed half of the national decline in CHIP rolls Congress
created CHIP to insure kids whose families aren't covered by Medicaid
because their earnings exceed the federal poverty level but still
can't afford their own health insurance.
Heinz Kerry to speak at convention Heinz Kerry, who drew
attention this week by telling a reporter to "shove it"
said in an interview broadcast Tuesday she would do it again
Ten-Foot Poll on Shove It---RESULT
820am11pm Monday 7/26/2004
How's it look for Teresa Heinz Kerry to tell a reporter to
"shove it" ?
MRS. KERRY MOVED TO SECURE
(Note: Strong language)
In a terse statement released to reporters at the party convention
in Boston, the DNC indicated that Mrs. Kerry has agreed with
party officials that she could make her most valuable contributions
to the presidential campaign from a soundproof chamber buried miles
beneath the earths crust.
Doesnt John Kerrys wife look like an older Sandra
Thursday's San Antonio City Council agenda:
Ordinance amending Section 15-83 of the City Code to require
persons registering in any hotel/motel to present a valid
official photo identification sufficient to establish the
person's identity, or in the alternative, documentation that
the person guaranteed payment using a valid credit card issued
in the name of the registrant; prohibiting a person from registering
in a hotel/motel or attempt to do so under any false name
or identify or by providing false identification; requiring
the owner or operator of the establishment to document the
type of identification provided and maintain this information
for a period of two years; and providing for a criminal fine
not to exceed $500.00 for violation of this ordinance; as
requested by Councilman Ron H. Segovia, District 3. [Presented
by Albert A. Ortiz, Police Chief; Christopher J. Brady, Assistant
know anything about why this is being considered?
Utah woman was in tears after call at work Three days before
she disappeared, Lori Hacking may have uncovered her husband's deceptions.
rate boost may lower bills Shall
I run out and start spending money now because my power bill is
gonna fall? Yeah, sure.
rides $3,100 mountain bike at ranch
of Fraud It's election night, and early returns suggest
trouble for the incumbent. Then, mysteriously, the vote count stops
and observers from the challenger's campaign see employees of a
voting-machine company, one wearing a badge that identifies him
as a county official, typing instructions at computers with access
to the vote-tabulating software.
When the count resumes, the incumbent pulls ahead. The challenger
demands an investigation. But there are no ballots to recount, and
election officials allied with the incumbent refuse to release data
that could shed light on whether there was tampering with the electronic
This isn't a paranoid fantasy. It's a true account of a recent
election in Riverside County, Calif.
sales to restricted buyers seldom punished Thousands of people
legally ineligible to buy firearms have been able to buy guns anyway,
and few have been prosecuted by the Justice Department for the unlawful
blocked Google and other search engines Many computer users
were unable to reach the Google, Yahoo, Lycos and AltaVista search
engines Monday after a new computer virus surfaced that apparently
overwhelmed the Internet services with automated queries.
flew with expired visas Almost all of the Syrian
musicians who were questioned by law-enforcement officials after
exhibiting suspicious behavior aboard a Northwest Airlines flight
were traveling on expired visas.
TV hits home in Baghdad Iraq's answer to 'Extreme Home Make0ver'
restores war-torn houses.