Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Morning copy 7/26/2005

Godspeed, Discovery. NY Times LINK.

One former Marine's entrance into politics (Salon.com LINK):

July 26, 2005 | Paul Hackett remembers being in Kuwait, waiting to be shipped home after a seven-month tour of duty in Ramadi and Fallujah, watching CNN America with his fellow Marines. What he saw enraged him. "All I saw on TV was Terri Schiavo," he says. "The federal government and the Florida state government came screeching to a halt to intervene into the private lives of this family during this tragic time ... Like that scene out of 'Network,' I felt like the guy who stood in the spotlight and said, 'I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take it anymore.'" Not long after he returned to Ohio, he decided to run for Congress.


The White House will release the "bulk" of Roberts' papers in the Reagan and Bush 41 administrations. Washington Post LINK. From the NY Times (LINK):

WASHINGTON, July 25 - The Bush administration plans to release documents from Judge John G. Roberts's tenure in the White House counsel's office in the mid-1980's and his earlier job working for the attorney general, but will not make public papers covering the four years he spent as principal deputy solicitor general starting in 1989, two senior administration officials said Monday.


USA Today/CNN/Gallup poll shows a favorable opinion of Roberts. Not so much for Rove. USA Today LINK.

The major shift in the power-structure of Labor has its roots in myriad causes. NY Times LINK.

Bush to press funding for Faith Based groups again. LA Times LINK.

A break down of the strength and potential longevity of Conservativism(s) in America. Forbes.com LINK.

Mitt Romney vetoes a contraception/morning-after pill. His Op-Ed in the Globe: Boston.com LINK.

Hilary's drive to the center in The Washington Times, LINK. Hillary's new responsibilities with centrist Democratic Leadership Council: LA Times LINK.

New energy bill replete with breaks for Oil companies, to the tune of $10 billion. Bloomberg LINK.

Analysts say energy bill won't reduce US dependency on foreign oil. Washington Post LINK. This was also highlighted on Aaron Brown's Morning Papers segment.

Boy, did Brown give Senator Sanatorium a few tough questions.

London police in urgent search, encounter "Bomb factory". AFP LINK.

2/3rd of Muslims in new poll consider leaving UK. Guardian LINK.

A kinder, gentler Boot Camp. NY Times LINK.

4 Comments:

Anonymous sisiw1580 said...

Good for Hackett. We need more like him, but I think Schivo parents got our government involved so they are to blame too.

Sad that muslims are considering to leave Britain. Though I would have to say that it shows people aren't much different around the world. America's not so backwords after all, Brits.

10:14 AM  
Anonymous walt clyde frazier said...

"America's not so backwords after all, Brits."

Clearly, you've never been to the Midwest.

12:51 AM  
Anonymous sisiw1580 said...

point taken (though my Indiana friend would beg to differ) My point of reference was poor.

10:44 AM  
Blogger copy editor said...

There are horrible pools of humanity everywhere! :-)

1:19 PM  

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