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Iraq is McCain's 'winning issue'?! 18.2.2008 NewsTrust Yahoo Pipes Feed
Iraq is McCain's 'winning issue'?!

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CNN Invites Charles Barkley to Trash Conservative 'Fake Christians' 17.2.2008 NewsBusters
: On CNN's The Situation Room on Friday, former NBA star (and current TNT basketball??analyst) Charles Barkley trashed conservatives as "fake Christians." You could tell how much CNN was going to enjoy this. At the top of the hour, anchorman Wolf Blitzer promised: "Plus, he's rooting for Barack Obama and he's taking shots at Republicans and the religious right. You're going to find out who NBA great Charles Barkley is calling fake." The screen graphic also read: "Barkley Takes on the Right: Blasts 'Fake' Christians." Blitzer made no attempt to ask the basketball star how a "real" Christian can whole-heartedly??support Obama's liberal social agenda. Ted Turner may no longer own CNN and TNT, but his spirit -- ...
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A dangerous warming trend in Copenhagen 17.2.2008 NewsTrust Yahoo Pipes Feed
Could it be that global warming has given rise to six straight nights of rioting by the mysterious "Danish youth"...
Big cats still stuck inside at San Francisco Zoo 17.2.2008 San Jose Mercury News: Local News
The big cats pace rhythmically, their amber eyes riveted to the target. Tails swish, low growls rumble from their throats.
Science minded figure it out for themselves 17.2.2008 Mankato Free Press: Local News
Gabriella Delacruz of New Ulm denied being addicted to popcorn, but she had no other explanation for taking on a project that aimed to find the most efficiently popped popcorn. She even had wacky popcorn facts, like the one about the popcorn that was found in a cave so well preserved that, five millennia later, it still popped!
Editorial: That Newfangled Light Bulb 17.2.2008 NY Times: Editorials
It is time to find more efficient ways of recycling fluorescents or, better yet, to invent light bulbs that don’t leave a toxic hangover.
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Agony And The Ecstasy 16.2.2008 Newsweek Top Stories

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It's not just rubbish in Naples 16.2.2008 cafebabel.com
Campania drowns in tonnes of refuse. The EU threatens the intervention of the Court of Justice. How did we get this far, asks a young Neapolitan reporter
Conyers to Bush: I’m Staying Here To Work On FISA 16.2.2008 Crooks Liars
The Gavel: House Judiciary Committee Chairman John Conyers, Jr. released the following statement to President Bush’s commitment to work on foreign surveillance legislation through the recess: “The President’s efforts to cast blame on FISA, echoed by his allies in Congress, show an appalling disregard for the facts. He threatened to veto any extension of [...]
FOX’s Tom Sullivan compares Obama to Hitler 15.2.2008 NewsTrust Yahoo Pipes Feed
   Download | Play  Download | Play OK, this is beyond the pale, but just the beginning of the smears that will befall Sen. Obama as the campaign continues. Sullivan stated the caller “wasn’t calling Barack Obama Hitler. He was just talking about how Hitler got the crowd all excited, and Barack Obama got the crowd all excited.” Sullivan then [...]
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FOX’s Tom Sullivan compares Obama to Hitler 15.2.2008 Crooks Liars
   Download | Play  Download | Play OK, this is beyond the pale, but just the beginning of the smears that will befall Sen. Obama as the campaign continues. Sullivan stated the caller “wasn’t calling Barack Obama Hitler. He was just talking about how Hitler got the crowd all excited, and Barack Obama got the crowd all excited.” Sullivan then [...]
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Environment: Is the Hybrid Escalade an Oxymoron? 13.2.2008 AlterNet
Are hybrid Escalades, Tahoes and Yukons really just the lipstick on a pig's philosophy at work -- dressing up a bad thing to look a little better?
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Waste Management Profit Up on Gains 13.2.2008 SFGate: Business & Technology
Waste Management Inc., the nation's largest garbage hauler, said Wednesday its fourth-quarter profit rose 26 percent on tax benefits and the sale of some operations, though higher fuel prices cut into income. The company said earnings rose to ...
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Demond Reed had a short life, and a brutal death 13.2.2008 Twincities.com: News
Carla Cherisse Poole beat 4-year-old Demond Keith Reed to death because he went in his pants, prosecutors allege.
Partially Mummified Body Found In Arizona Bathtub 13.2.2008 WCCO: National
A partially mummified body was found in a bathtub filled with dirt in an Phoenix apartment that was stacked to the ceiling with garbage and human waste. The medical examiner's office is performing an autopsy.
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Woman accused in boy's death had no history of abuse, official says 13.2.2008 Star Tribune: Local
Legislature faces some hard choices in fighting global warming 12.2.2008 Minnesota Public Radio: Legislature
Minnesota has made commitments to reduce emissions that contribute to global warming. Now comes the hard part.
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ANOTHER Republican Retiring From Congress - Shadegg To Step Down 12.2.2008 Crooks Liars
Washington Post: Add yet another name to the GOP retirement list. Arizona Rep. John Shadegg (R) is on the verge of announcing that he will not run for re-election, according to Republican sources. Shadegg is in his 7th term in the House and is the former chairman of the conservative Republican Study Committee. He served briefly [...]
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Legislature faces some hard choices in fighting global warming 12.2.2008 Minnesota Public Radio: News
Minnesota has made commitments to reduce emissions that contribute to global warming. Now comes the hard part.
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Potomac Primary Tuesday 12.2.2008 NewsTrust Yahoo Pipes Feed
Potomac Primary Tuesday Any questions about Virginia, see this post from (h/t ) . We’re looking at 83 pledged delegates. District of Columbia and Maryland have a total of 85 delegates. Obama has big, double digit leads in all states. It’s going to be a very good day for him. The turn out continues and is good for all of us. The one thing that hasn’t happened, which might after today, is that Barack Obama is likely to take the delegate lead for the first time. It’s not something that will surprise the Clinton camp. Barack Obama will have a hard time ducking front-runner status after today, though that should not be confused with being the "winner," because again, this nomination battle is far from over. ...
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