Mark and Charlie's Blog

Monstrous idiocy Monday, September 24th 2007, 4:00 AM Editorial The Columbia University dean who is sponsoring today's obscene appearance by Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is deeply unworthy of the position he holds. In saying that he would welcome Adolf Hitler to campus, John Coatsworth...
Irving mayor defends increased deportations Rise in deportations leaves some immigrants feeling empty 11:39 PM CDT on Friday, September 21, 2007 By ISABEL C. MORALES and BRANDON FORMBY / Al Día imorales@aldiatx.com ; bformby@dallasnews.com Mexican Consul Enrique Hubbard Urrea...
BUSH DECLARES: HILLARY WILL WIN NOMINATION; WHITE HOUSE CALLS OBAMA 'LAZY' Sun Sep 23 2007 18:18:16 ET **DRUDGE EXCLUSIVE** President Bush, for the first time, is predicting that Barack Obama will be defeated in the Democratic presidential primaries by Hillary Rodham Clinton. “...
Company Will Monitor Phone Calls to Tailor Ads By LOUISE STORY Published: September 24, 2007 Companies like Google scan their e-mail users’ in-boxes to deliver ads related to those messages. Will people be as willing to let a company listen in on their phone conversations to do...
Senate denounces left-leaning group's anti-Petraeus ad Gary Martin Express-News Washington Bureau WASHINGTON – The Senate on Thursday made a symbolic gesture when it voted overwhelmingly to denounce a paid political advertisement by the left-leaning group, MoveOn.org, which...
Discussing His Lawsuit Against CBS, Dan Rather Is Sticking to His Story By Howard Kurtz Washington Post Staff Writer Friday, September 21, 2007; Page C01 He's not giving up. He feels he has been wronged. He wants to prove it. And he is determined to stick it to CBS executives in...
Iranian Leader Is Barred From 9/11 Site New York Police Cite Safety Concerns in Rejecting Ahmadinejad's Request By Dafna Linzer Washington Post Staff Writer Friday, September 21, 2007; Page A06 NEW YORK, Sept. 20 -- Iran's president has defied the United Nations Security Council...
Award-Winning Teacher Guilty of Sexually Abusing 11 Students SALT LAKE CITY — A man honored as among the best teachers in Utah pleaded guilty Thursday to felony sex charges involving 11 students at his suburban classroom. Frank Laine Hall, 37, who taught first grade in the Salt...
Capital Metro board backs away from fare increase plan Board tells transit agency staff to take time to analyze options. By Ben Wear AMERICAN-STATESMAN STAFF Friday, September 21, 2007 Capital Metro board members pulled back from a proposed January fare increase on Thursday,...