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        Wednesday, April 26, 2006

       Tony Snow New Bush Press Secretary

This is a 12 part comic strip:

Bush, Snow and Mcclellan at press conference

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       News: GOP Blocks Oil Co. Profit Taxes. Bush: I Tried to Avoid War, "To The Max" The Hostile Dem. Takeover

Common Dreams
Mike McCurry & the Hostile Takeover of the Democratic Party

Excerpt:The former Clinton press secretary, who appears throughout the media billed as a party strategist, is now using his skills to try to destroy the Internet on behalf of the big telecom companies. That's not a surprise
- McCurry is now raking in cash from those companies trying to get Congress to legalize a system that would split the Internet into two classes - big corporations that are forced to fork over cash to the telecom companies in their extortion scheme, and the rest of us (for more on the net neutrality debate, see this site -

Editor & Publisher
Bush Says He Tried to Avoid War 'To The Max,' Explains How God Shapes His Foreign Policy

NEW YORK President Bush today said he had tried to avoid war with Iraq "diplomatically to the max."
Speaking to a business group in Irvine, Ca., he admitted mistakes were made in planning for the Iraq invasion, but he defended the troop level, saying "it was the troop level necessary to do the job," and he would commit the same number if given a second chance.”

Washington Post
GOP Blocks Measures Boosting Taxes on Oil Companies' Profits

While Republican leaders sharply criticize soaring gasoline prices and energy industry profits, GOP negotiators have decided to knock out provisions in a major tax bill that would force the oil companies to pay billions of dollars more in taxes on their profits.
House and Senate tax writers have been struggling to reach an accord on separate tax bills approved last year to extend some expiring tax cuts enacted during President Bush's first term. But House Republicans have raised strong objections to Senate-passed provisions that would raise nearly $5 billion in taxes over five years -- primarily by changing arcane accounting rules that have allowed oil companies to substantially lower their tax bills, according to House and Senate tax aides familiar with the tal

Prison Planet
Texas Training Pamphlet: 'Nice Guys' Who Wear Levis & Travel With Children Likely Terrorists

Texas Training Pamphlet: 'Nice Guys' Who Wear Levis & Travel With Children Likely Terrorists

Says people who use cellphones
and e mail should be under suspicion

A Texas Department of
Public Safety Criminal Law Enforcement pamphlet gives
the public characteristics to identify terrorists that
include buying baby formula, beer, wearing Levi jeans,
carrying identifying documents like a drivers license
and traveling with women or children.
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This latest assault on
common sense arrives on the back of a Virginia training manual

L.A. Times
U.S. to Free 141 Terror Suspects

The Guantanamo prison detainees pose no threat, an official says. Most of those still in custody have no charges pending against them...Only 10 of the roughly 490 alleged "enemy combatants" currently detained at the facility have been charged; none has been charged with a capital offense.
That leaves the majority of the U.S. government's prisoners from the war on terrorism in limbo and its war crimes tribunal exposed to allegations by international human rights advocates that it is illegitimate and abusive.

Vermont Guardian
Vermont lawmakers to call for Bush impeachment

BURLINGTON — A Progressive lawmaker today will introduce a formal resolution in the state Legislature calling on Congress to draft articles of impeachment against Pres. George W. Bush.
Rep. Dave Zuckerman, P-Burlington, claims support from at least a dozen lawmakers, including Democrats, Progressives and one independent, and expects to have more co-signers before handing the resolution into the House clerk later today.

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