Wednesday, July 25, 2007

7/29/2007 No Talking Heads

(guests will be TJ Johnson, Marco Rossaire Rossi, Geov Parrish)
(next week (8/5/2007), we'll be reviewing the new issue of Works in Progress)


Ripple effect of warming could hit Sound hard, John Dodge, Olympian
No Mass Memorials at Fort Lewis Base, AP via Forbes (I found this on the headlines of iGoogle!)
Stormans ponders legal action over Plan B rule, Olympian

Pharmacists sue over WA emergency contraception rules, Seattle PI
"The plaintiffs in the lawsuit filed Wednesday are pharmacists Rhonda Mesler and Margo Thelen, and Stormans Inc., the owners of Ralph's Thriftway in Olympia . . ."

Olympia not ready to end free parking, Olympian
"Tell me where she is and we won't kill you . . ."
- threat of death penalty makes killers confess or provide more info, according to this Olympian story.
Do you all read Adam Wilson's blog on the Olympian website?
- he posted on Friday about what the Republican's may need to do to win back some power.


The Impeachment Imbroglio: Sheehan, Conyers, Pelosi, and Feingold, by Ruth Conniff in the Progressive
- nicely states why working on impeachment of Bush, Cheney is NOT a waste of time.
F.B.I. Chief Gives Account at Odds With Gonzales’s, NY Times
- in a separate development, Senate Dem's call for independent counsel to investigate possible perjury by Attorney General.
- every time something comes out that seems like it will make the house fall down, it doesn't. Is this it? Probably not - but it's still pretty bad for Gonzalez.



U.S. to Announce Nuclear Exception for India, NY Times
- Do as we say, not as we do.
"Under the arrangement that is to be announced by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Mr. Bush has agreed to go beyond the terms of the deal that Congress approved, promising to help India build a nuclear fuel repository and find alternative sources of nuclear fuel in the event of an American cutoff, skirting some of the provisions of the law."


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