Sunday, October 01, 2006

Duly noted

Good news:
Tourists from 22 European countries have long travelled to the United States relatively hassle-free and without a visa. But as of September 30, they -- along with visitors from five other countries -- will be digitally fingerprinted and photographed, according to a recent announcement by the United States' Department of Homeland Security.

SHAMELESS boosterism from Clinton's best friend, the BBC, includes:
- "hailed as the most gifted natural politician of his generation'
- "the unsinkable president of the 1990s, his own personal popularity weathering political setbacks and a sex scandal that ended in an impeachment trial."
[No mention that he was impeached.]
- "all but grabbing an interviewer by the scruff of the neck and shaking him on the conservative Fox News network's flagship Sunday morning show?"
[Really?   I've seen it twice on tape and didn't see that.]

No wonder the Brits are so politically uninformed if they depend on the BBC.  
They bury the important stuff.   (Scroll to the last sentence.)
WHERE is Yassir Arafat when Palestinians need him?   Indeed
JUST your typical New Jersey corruption.

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