Terror Attack Kill 170 in Spain
Not Ruling Out Anyone
explosions rocked three Madrid train stations
Thursday just days before Spain's general elections,
killing more than 170 rush-hour commuters and
wounding more than 500 in Spain's worst terrorist
attack ever. Spain is not ruling anyone out as
suspects, including Islamic terrorism.
Who Would Jesus Kill?
Flee Christ's Birthplace
Safire, the New York Times' in-house "conservative"
who endorsed Bill Clinton in 1992, like
so many conservatives was sure Mel Gibson's
movie "The Passion of the Christ" would
incite anti-Semitic violence. Thus far, the pogroms
have failed to materialize.
Article: Ann Coulter
Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg Faces Ethics
With Legal Activist Group NOW
Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has lent her
name and presence to a lecture series co-sponsored
by the liberal NOW Legal Defense and Education
Fund, an advocacy group that often argues before
the court in support of women's rights that the
Article: Palm Beach
Getting Serious about Iran Democrats
compromise reached late Tuesday on a resolution
to be considered by the International Atomic Energy
Agency included language praising Iran's belated
cooperation with investigators while criticizing
Tehran's failure to resolve questions about its
uranium enrichment programs. The question now
is what steps the United States should take to
reduce the likelihood of an Iranian nuclear breakout.
Iran Claims 'Right' to Enrich Uranium
IAEA is US Puppet
ambassador to the International Atomic Energy
Agency (IAEA), Pirooz Hosseini, has accused the
Americans of pressuring the UN nuclear agency.
Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi urged the IAEA
to avoid being swayed by what he called Washington's
political agenda against Iran. He also said Iran
would resume its uranium enrichment program after
resolving its case with the IAEA.
41 Gone, Only 10 To Go
Kerry has a structural weakness on the stump.
It's John Kerry. There he was this week on stage
in shirtsleeves, with a handheld mike, riffing
along. "I have news for George W. Bush .
. ." "George Bush said he would be a
uniter, but instead he is a divider . . ."
"I used to do Elvis . . ." Raspy, pacing
back and forth. He reminded me of someone, but
I couldn't place it. The blank intensity, the
conviction that what's on his mind is important,
though he can't quite remember why . . . And then
I had it. Captain Rex Kramer in "Airplane,"
played by Robert Stack. At the end of the movie
he's alone in the tower at the microphone, talking
to an empty plane. "Do you know what it's
like to fall in the mud and get kicked in the
head with an iron boot? Of course you don't, no
one does. It never happens. It's a dumb question.
Calls Bush Team 'Crooked Liars
Microphone Still Live
me tell you, we've just begun to fight,"
Sen. John Kerry told a supporter in Chicago Wednesday.
"We're going to keep pounding. These guys
[Republicans] are the most crooked, you know,
lying group I've ever seen." The supporter
responded, " It's scary."eian