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Wed June 8 2005
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Hardberger by 2.9%
129,991 votes cast: Hardberger wins by 3,829
Council District 6 Delicia Herrera - District 7 Elena Guajardo
Election returns HERE



Airline execs want to change pension rules Delta Air Lines Inc. said it had $2.6 billion in unfunded pension obligations. The price tag at Northwest Airlines Corp. is $3.7 billion. Major airlines face $22 billion in unfunded liabilities

Ten-Foot Poll on Pensions---RESULT
posted 915a-1130p Wed 6/8/2005
What should be done about pension plans that are underfunded or broke?
Taxpayers should bail them out
No bailout: tough luck
Execs should be sent to prison
Total vote 456


White House environmental official changed others' reports A White House official who once led the oil industry's fight against limits on greenhouse gases has repeatedly edited government climate reports in ways that play down links between such emissions and global warming, according to internal documents.
Before going to the White House in 2001, he was the "climate team leader" and a lobbyist at the American Petroleum Institute, the largest trade group representing the interests of the oil industry. The lawyer with a bachelor's degree in economics has no scientific training.



American majority now disapproves Iraq War

For the first time since the war in Iraq began, more than half of the American public believes the fight there has not made the United States safer.

Americans were more skeptical that the government is protecting the rights of U.S. citizens at home. Only half said Americans' rights were being adequately protected, down from 69 percent in September 2003.

George W. Bush’s approval rating is now a full twenty points lower than Bill Clinton’s was on the day he was impeached.



British consider partial Iraq pullout British forces could begin pulling out of one southern Iraqi province as early as this year, said Lt. Col. Andrew Williams, the senior commander


Texas joins 33 states in seeking protection for reporters Brief urges U.S. Supreme Court to uphold the right of reporters not to divulge confidential sources


Cuban taxi-boat
Coast Guard intercepts Cubans in floating taxi


Downsizing was no surprise to General Motors workers


Senate Committee recommends more Patriot Act power for FBI



Letters of support were posted at Neverland Ranch before a driver plowed through them

Residents wreck Jacko tribute fence

Fans' row of hearts near Michael Jackson's ranch proves a tempting target.


Amazon rain forest far from being a "clean air factory" the Amazon is now a major source for pollution. Rampant burning and deforestation, mostly at the hands of illegal loggers and of ranchers, release hundreds of millions of tons of carbon dioxide into the skies each year.




"Did I do something wrong?" asked mom with kids in trunk


Potato chip that looks like Jesus
Of course, who knows what Jesus looks like? "You only know what you think he looks like from pictures," said Rosalie Lawson, 55.



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