August 5, 2004 New
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(June also exceeded 2-million hits)
fans, rejoice! (Others, retch!)
Memo From Above
This Monday from 5p-6p Bill Clinton will return for another interview
on Infinity radio stations. This time around Clinton will
be discussing the Democratic National Convention and the current
perhaps, do you think, his book? I keep waiting for the announcement
that Infinity will be giving some equal hours to that Bush fellow...
Girl was clerk, not supposed to be in Abu Ghraib prison area where
abuse took place
boat vets who hit Kerry weren't on his boat
Associated Press --- A group of Vietnam veterans who served on swiftboats
alongside John Kerry's naval craft accuse the Democratic
presidential nominee of lying about his military record in a television
ad set to air Thursday in three competitive states ... Ohio, West
Virginia and Wisconsin.
The ad shows footage of Kerry in Vietnam while 13 veterans question
Kerry's account of his service that led to a Bronze Star, Silver
Star and three Purple Hearts. The men criticizing Kerry served on
swiftboats but not on Kerry's boat.
Veteran Jack Chenoweth says, "His account of what happened
and what actually happened are the difference between night and
day." Adds retired Adm. Roy Hoffman: "John Kerry has not
been honest," before another veteran, Adrian Lonsdale, finishes
the thought, saying: "And, he lacks the capacity to lead."
banks robbed during Kerry and Bush Iowa visit
A&M join in effort to build the world's largest telescope
were #1 gift-giver to White House
Foster kids lived outdoors 3 years
TO SEPTEMBER 1
If the intelligence information announced
Sunday 8/1 about a Terrorist Threat against 5 financial institutions
actually justified placing defenses in public places in New
York, Washington DC and Newark, then those guards should still
be in place 30 days later, due to the vagueness about when any
such attacks might happen.
If the guards are gone by 9/1 (and there has been no new intel
to cancel the "attack threat") then I will believe
the public measures weren't considered really necessary in the