PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,

"'Women serving in the U.S. military today are more likely to be raped by a fellow soldier than killed by enemy fire in Iraq...' The panel was told that the Pentagon's top official on sexual abuse, Dr. Kaye Whitley, was ordered not to show up despite a subpoena." (Courtesy ninjacooter.)

Top read: "There was a dozen ideas proffered about how to trigger a war" with Iran.

Interesting. A leading suspect in the 2001 anthrax attacks is found dead.

* "A federal judge today flatly rejected one of the White House's most audacious legal claims: that presidential advisers have absolute immunity from congressional oversight."
* Were CIA prisoners interrogated in British territory?
* Inside the administration's new plan to limit birth control and abortion.
* New reports find Pakistani intelligence has been aiding militants and terrorists.
* 'DHS policies don't require suspicion of wrongdoing for agents to confiscate computers, other devices.'
* American deaths down dramatically in Iraq.
* An economic boon is promoting Brazil to greater heights.
* "It's awfully early for John McCain to be running such a desperate, ugly campaign against Barack Obama."
* Today's headline: The War Against Beer Pong

The Phoenix Mars rover is analyzing the water it found.

Heh. Ballantine is publishing the 'Garfield Minus Garfield' strips in a book.

Tags: 2008, news, science!, welcome to america
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