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Mexico's big sweeps have yielded few benefits
Since the 1970s, Mexican authorities have periodically launched splashy anti-drug operations like the one now being carried out in Nuevo Laredo and 13 other cities. But these high-profile raids – often involving hundreds of federal agents and soldiers – have had virtually no long-term impact, drug-trade specialists say. "There's no way the government's going to stop it. And they can't afford to. If all that money were to dry up, it would literally cause a wave of people trying to get out of there. It would break the nation."


Mexican officials take blame on aliens
Mexican lawmakers told their American counterparts this weekend that Mexico has not done enough to stop the flow of illegal aliens across the U.S.-Mexico border, particularly non-Mexicans who first illegally cross Mexico's southern border.



Ten-Foot Poll on Terrorists---RESULT
posted 12p Sun 6/12 - 12p Mon 6/13/2005
Is President Bush telling the truth about the number of terrorists caught, or is he cooking the books?
Whole truth and nothing but
Maybe fudging a bit, but not cooking
Cooking the books bigtime
Total votes 372


email brainwash
Been out of town and missed your radio shows recently, but caught today's gem on the way back from Houston. The part about how cleverly Bush tied 9/11 to Saddam by repeating the two so closely together is right on the mark. An old advertising ploy... also known as brainwashing. And it worked for a while on some of us— long enough to get quite a few of our best killed and spend a big hunk of our money that might have helped Social Security. And on it goes.


Conservatives, liberals align against Patriot Act
Conservative groups have found common ground with the liberal American Civil Liberties Union in their opposition to the USA Patriot Act and pledge to wage a high-profile fight against it, claiming even its renewal is shrouded in secrecy.


email war lies
God Bless You Brad Messer!
As far as I can tell, you are the only talk show host in America who has the courage and integrity to say "the emperor has no clothes". Thank you for holding Bush's feet to the fire on the war and the Patriot Act. I honestly believe if your program could be heard in every major American city, we would have a serious chance of ending this "Great Big Cooked-Up Crock Of Crap" as you called it today.
Bush and Cheney sold this war to the people with lies. The American People should hold them accountable. Thank you for speaking the truth plainly and boldly. Please keep on keeping on. Sincerely,
John C., Smithville, TX


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Andy Borowitz


Promises to Offer More Moderate Voice as Democratic Leader

Just days after losing to Kevin McBride on Saturday night and announcing his retirement from boxing, former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson made a stunning comeback today, replacing former Vermont Governor Howard Dean as chairman of the Democratic National Committee.

Tapping Mr. Tyson for the top job at the DNC could heal wounds caused by Gov. Dean, who had ruffled feathers in recent days with his controversial remarks about Republicans.

In assuming the reins of the DNC, Mr. Tyson told reporters in Washington, "I promise to offer the moderate voice that this party has been lacking under my predecessor."

While the selection of Mr. Tyson raised eyebrows in Democratic party circles, many called it a shrewd move, since the former heavyweight champ is expected to choose his words more carefully than the volatile Gov. Dean.

In his first press conference, Mr. Tyson gave reporters a taste of the rhetoric that would characterize his tenure as DNC chair, telling them, "I want to make Dick Cheney my bitch."

As for President Bush, Mr. Tyson said, "I want to rip out his heart and feed it to him."

When Davis Logden, a reporter for The Toledo Blade, asked Mr. Tyson to clarify his comment about the president, the former heavyweight champ lunged at him and bit off his ear.

Democratic insider Charlton Danziger gave Mr. Tyson a qualified thumbs up for his performance: "Biting off the ear wasn't great, but he was still better than Dean."

Elsewhere, the cable news networks reported that Tropical Storm Arlene generated less wind, rain and TV ratings than originally expected.





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