The Florida voting mystery continues with the state making excuses for an inexplicable 18,000 vote gap in the congressional race, costing Democrat candidate Christine Jennings the race.
UPDATE: The National Institute for Standards and Technology, a Federal agency, will recommend that touch-screen voting machines nationwide be decertified.
I don’t have a link to that story yet, but the editorial decision has been made. Just read this latest roundup to see why.
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Mortar attack sets US base on fire, it’s burning now. And Thursday’s death toll is now up to at least 215.
Someone posted this on Youtube, that’s all I know about it. Doesn’t look like morale is all that great in Iraq for US troops. New statistics show that October was the deadliest month ever since the Iraq war began.
About the Bush twins they have had to guard since 2000:
The purse snatching took place on Barbara’s first night in town while she was dining in the picturesque San Telmo neighborhood. According to the reports, the Secret Service agents failed to notice the incident.
Apparently a good time was being had by all:
I don’t think this is a minor development, even if it is buried at the bottom of a roundup story:
TIKRIT – The bodies of 40 unclaimed people were buried in Tikrit, 175 km (110 miles) north of Baghdad, a hospital source said.
Meanwhile, the Defense Minister of Iraq declares a “State of War” as […]
Since 2002, when Billy Wilder died, Altman in my opinion was America’s greatest living film director. I was and will continue to be a huge fan. Go see his movies.
UPDATE: I have an idea. Please leave comments listing your favorite Altman films, and why. Isn’t that what these bloggity things are for? If you […]
They are stealing a seat in the US Congress by doing this, and it’s Katharine Harris’ old seat, too.