Monday, December 3, 2007

Big Dan's Big News Dec 3, 2007

(artwork by Little De; our dog Flyer, who died last year, and we miss him very much!)

· Thanks to ""Conservative" Bush & GOP, U.S. Debt Is Growing at $1 Mil Per Minute; Debt Will Be $10,000,000,000,000.00 When Bush Leaves Office

· Human Rights Crusader Michael Ratner: We'll Keep Going After Bush and Cheney When They Leave Office

· Venezuela votes 'no' to constitutional reforms

· Propaganda! "Conservative" Magazine National Review Editor Acknowledges Reporter's Inaccuracies

· The Financial Tsunami: Sub-Prime Mortgage Debt is but the Tip of the Iceberg

· Report: 8 men claim Republican Men's Rest Room Sen. Craig had sex with or hit on them

· Can Americans trust Republican Presidential Candidate Rudy Giuliani? 23/6 has collected some of his more recent statements that are...ummm...FALSE!

· Report: GOP Initiative To ‘Steal’ White House Is Lagging But Still Viable

· Student leaders at Pomona College are no longer considering a speaking invitation to former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, who until September served as the country’s Attorney General according to the leader of the committee that was initially considering booking him.

· I Guess We Now Know Karl Rove's New Job: Making the Rounds on TV…LYING!!!

·Don Imus Returning to the Air, 8 Months After Firing Over Remarks About Rutgers

· Evel Knievel Dies At Age 69

· Police Officer James Godbee began directing traffic just outside the World Trade Center site two days after Sept. 11, 2001, working hundreds of hours before developing a cough. He died in 2004 of sarcoidosis, a disease that studies have linked to inhalation of toxic dust that hung over the towers' ruins for months. But because he was not at the trade center when the towers collapsed, the city medical examiner has declined to add him to the official Sept. 11 victims' list.

· Why do two-thirds of all Americans think it is possible that some federal officials had specific warnings of the 9/11 attacks, but took no action to prevent those attacks?

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