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2.3 million hits July
Passed 1 million hits for August on 9th
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add 1230p -- Dang. Another somewhat-attractive white woman
is missing and now the cable news nets are falling all over themselves
-- Local Model Disappears From Area Bar
Child Seek Network link HERE
FoxNews' Greta pgm mention HERE
Cartoon by Anjomrooz Sepideh of Tehran, Iran
Dash-dot line represents Iraq national border
Big Bend State Park sale riles neighbors
A state legislator who represents the Big Bend area wants the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department to postpone action today on selling 45,000 acres of a state park until angry area residents get a chance to speak their mind.
Hackers attacking U.S. from China
Web sites in China are being used heavily to target computer networks in the Defense Department and other U.S. agencies, successfully breaching hundreds of unclassified networks, according to several U.S. officials. Classified systems have not been compromised...
Venezuela puts major squeeze on oil companies
More than 20 foreign companies including Chevron Corp., British Petroleum and Royal Dutch Shell are being targeted in an effort to collect more than $3 billion. "Oil riches have given the Venezuelan government huge negotiating power," said one lawyer, who is representing the oil companies in talks with the government. "And they are using it."
President Chavez, who presides over the largest oil reserves in the hemisphere is threatening to expel foreign oil companies if they do not pay up.
Chávez seeks influence with oil diplomacy
In just one month, Venezuela has cut deals with five countries. "..has been traveling the hemisphere offering preferential oil deals, barters, and loans to leftist and left-of-center governments."
The pious bloviator
Rev. Robertson apologizes for Chavez remarks
... initially denied having called for [assassination] and said The Associated Press had misinterpreted his remarks ... later issued the apology...
Britain to deport noncitizens who promote terrorist violence
Civil liberties groups say rules could infringe on free speech
I listen to you to see what the other side is saying.
Keep an open mind, maybe Pat Robertson is right, how many millions of lives would have been saved, had Hitler been assassinated?
I know you would never listen to Michael Savage, but why don’t you check out his website, and watch the beheadings of Americans, to see the likes of the people you defend?
Thanks for showing us all what we are up against.
I enjoy your program on KTSA ... I think Texas should have a law that [if caught driving with] no insurance then the car should be taken and not returned. No matter what. If there are women and kids [stranded, then] call a taxi or bus. Thanks and keep up the good work.
Dwain H., Pleasanton Tx
There are only three ages for women in Hollywood— Babe, District Attorney, and Driving Miss Daisy. —Goldie Hawn
Pimp My Grill
Nuevo Laredo tourists: free tours with armed police escort
Pro-war kin move crosses from Sheehan site
Military families disturbed by a sea of crosses erected by anti-war protesters near President Bush's ranch in Crawford, Texas, have removed crosses bearing the names of their fallen children and transferred them to another site to show support for American troops in Iraq.
Anti-war protesters "never asked for my permission to put up a cross for my son for their cause," said Gary Qualls, whose son was killed in Iraq. "They are not respecting our sons and daughters."
"Peace Mom' returns to Texas war protest
"..she spotted the giant mural of her son, Casey, hanging at one side of the tent. Immediately she began to weep.."
Cindy Sheehan blog
Pentagon orders more troops to Iraq
Two infantry battalions from the 82nd Airborne Division will deploy to Iraq before the scheduled Oct. 15 referendum on the proposed constitution, and remain through the December national elections
Bush praises families of troops in Iraq
President Bush yesterday paid glowing tribute to family members of soldiers serving in Iraq, telling hundreds of Idaho National Guardsmen that America owes them a debt of gratitude.
Austin jurors hear tape of baby sitter's interview
Woman denies putting towels in boy's throat, asks on police tape about her fate if she did.
HAWAII TO ENFORCE GAS PRICE CAP
The 2004 law passed by the Legislature that authorized the caps was intended to force Hawaii's two refiners, Chevron Corp. and Tesoro Corp., to set their wholesale prices closer to mainland rates.
Stocks fall as oil rises past $67
GM to extend employee-pricing discount, add select 2006 cars
Penis issue harming Thai Cabinet
"The problem of my face is bigger than the problem of your penis."
Woman tried to strangle herself in court
Ford, GM stock ratings changed to junk status
Homeless woman returns lost purse with $800
Noted survivor alive and well
It happened almost 33 years ago and yet Eduardo Strauch can count on being asked the same question every time: What does human flesh taste like?