August 13, 2004 New page by 10 a.m.
"ghost" was insect on security camera lens
inspectors apologize for closing lemonade stand
who smoked in front of her kids sentenced to jail
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promises residents lead tests Didn't reveal high lead
levels in apartment for five months, didn't notify other Alazan-Apache
occupants of test results
tax cuts heavily favor the wealthy Fully one-third of President
Bush's tax cuts in the last three years have gone to people with
the top 1 percent of income (Congressional Budget Office)
burden shifted to middle-class families Since 2001, President
Bush's tax cuts have shifted federal tax payments from the richest
Americans to a wide swath of middle-class families, the Congressional
Budget Office has found, a conclusion likely to roil the presidential
pleased that Ricci Ware, Carl Wiglesworth and
my old mentor the late Herb Humphries are among the
folks scheduled to join me in the Texas Radio Hall of Fame
later this year. The induction ceremony will be October 30,
2004 at the San Antonio Radisson Hill Country Resort.
2002 Charter Inducted Member
Texas Radio hall of Fame
'No legal rights' for Gitmo detainees
The Bush administration is taking a hard line on whether prisoners
at the U.S. Navy base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, have a right to lawyers
to help them file lawsuits challenging their detentions.
Baghdad neighborhood gratified It took an American invasion
to get Arabiaa Hatifs neighborhood a sewer system. For
35 years, there has been no sewer system, said Hatif through
an interpreter on Monday. Power is now better than it was
in the past and water pressure is, too.
TO SEPTEMBER 1
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
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 first place.