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Wed Apr 6 2005- New page around 10am Mon-Fri

Partial solar eclipse Friday over San Antonio

 

1 Gary Martin - Express-News
May need passport to return from Mexico Texans re-crossing the Rio Grande would be required to show passports to return to the United States under a program announced by the Bush administration to strengthen the nation's borders.
2
Associated Press
Ve vill check your papers You'd have to show passport to return from Canada and other nations

Ten-Foot Poll on Passports---RESULT
posted 930a-11p Wed 4/6/2005
Requiring a US Passport to return from Mexico would

Hurt legal people, not illegals
85
19%
Be inconvenient but useful
103
23%
Just about kill border tourism
82
18%
Help make America safer
98
22%
Be quite stupid
86
19%
Total votes 454
 

 

Decision at San Antonio pound costs family its old, arthritic dog ".. the elderly, arthritic dog was put down because he did not have a collar with tags or a microchip and he appeared to be suffering."

Texas Senate wants state property tax

79th Legislature updates: Troops may get free hunting licenses; Perry pushes corridor plan 

 

 

Mexico narco war: reporter, lawyer shot in Nuevo Laredo Some of Garcia's colleagues on the police beat speculated the attack was an effort to a gag a chatty journalist, but few wanted to speak publicly about it. "Talk with somebody else," said Santiago Palmeros, a veteran police reporter with Radio Rama, whose daughter and niece have been missing for several months.

$500K+ PAC money to DeLay's wife, daughter "..described in the disclosure forms as "fund-raising fees," "campaign management" or "payroll," with no additional details about how they earned the money."

Claim: DeLay's Russia trip paid by lobby A six-day trip to Moscow in 1997 by then-House Majority Whip Tom DeLay was underwritten by business interests lobbying in support of the Russian government

 

After Arizona, the Minutemen may bring their patrols to the Lone Star State

Ten-Foot Poll on Minutemen---RESULT
posted 930a-8p Tue 4/5/2005
The Minuteman effort at the Mexican border is
Serving a good purpose
202
65%
Barely better than nothing
27
9%
A minor nuisance
16
5%
Potentially quite dangerous
67
21%
Total votes 312
 

email Minutemen

Our nations heros have volenteered to give of their time their money their vehicles to patrol out boarders to keep America safe from men like Osama bin Lauden! They are heros they are not vigalanties!! Terrorists have made it very clear that they are going to kill our citazens! We must do somthing to protect ourselves! So I say God bless the Minute men!!!
Deborah R.


 

Pentagon won't pay Halliburton $55 million in disputed war bills

White House clamped down on detainee info By law, the White House is required to notify the House and Senate Intelligence Committees of all intelligence-gathering activities. But the White House has taken the stance that the secret detention program is too sensitive to be described to any members other than the top Republican and Democrat on each panel.

FBI seeks expanded search powers FBI Director Robert Mueller on Tuesday asked lawmakers to expand the bureau’s ability to obtain records without first asking a judge, and he joined Attorney General Alberto Gonzales in seeking that every temporary provision of the anti-terrorism Patriot Act be renewed

Tort reform may really hurt families of BP plant victims

GM pickups worst in crash tests 2005 Silverado, Sierra

As China sews, few US mills left With a bedrock US industry on the ropes, quotas on imports could follow

 

 

Bizarre chase ends at doughnut shop

Arkansas nixes offensive pink jerseys

Man fell asleep while cooking, seriously burned


Got hot looking at four-armed Hindu goddess, in trouble now

 


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