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0508 am 'Get This' news
author: Other Sources
Summary of the KBOO am news for Monday, May 8th, 2006
1. A message on Kevin Mannix campaign 'annoying call' number urged people to vote for Mannix. Trouble is that the caller ID showed the call coming from the Oregon State Police Association. The OSP wants you to know that they are NOT endorsing Mannix (Wheeewph).
2. A young man with severe autism was recruited by the Army - and they signed him up. His parents weren't worried. Until their son came home with papers showing that he had not only enlisted but enlisted for the most dangerous job, cavalry scout. He's scheduled to leave for basic training in August.
3. Yet another push by a developer to plop a destination resort in the Gorge. This one is sited directly across from Hood River. (And after this monstrosity goes in, people will wonder how this could ever have been allowed to happen... )
4. The al-Haramain Islamic Foundation's house has been sold. So that's it for charity on behalf of the beleaguered Palestinian people.
5. A judge has ruled that a redevelopment project involving Portland's urban renewal agency does not have to pay construction workers state-imposed minimum wages. For building affordable housing - there's your minimum daily requirement for irony right there.
6. And another judge said that employers can fire workers who have prescriptions medical marijuana.
7. It's safe to eat clams again! Beaches north of Newport up to the Washington border are okay, but nowhere else. You get 15 clams. (So if you have been eating "fresh" razor clams recently, you have some unanswered questions... ).
8. The Chairman of the House Intelligence committee, Peter Hoekstra says the CIA should not be lead by a military man - that would be Michael Hayden. Who is this Hayden anyway? He's the main cheerleader for the Bush Administration's domestic surveillance program.
9. And who was that Porter Goss anyway. Well among other things he enjoyed poker games with other CIA officials who are either under indictment or about to be indicted. And what's a poker game without hookers and under the table defense contractor deals?
10. Tom DeLay went on national television claiming that 22 Democratic lawmakers had "ethics problems". (Doesn't that just leave you with your head about to explode?)
11. British news sources say that a phone call from Bush to Blair resulted in British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw being. Straw had been critical of Bush's foreign policy (what foreign policy????) and had said that it would be "nuts" to nuke Iran.
12. A truck full of radioactive "items" (use your imagination) rear-ended another vehicle and then flipped over. But don't worry... it wasn't terrorists.
13. The UN Humanitarian chief had to flee a camp where he was making a speech. Angry demonstrators demanding the the United Nations deploy peacekeepers and NOW. People in Kalma Camp have had up to here... .
14. Iran wants to enter into a dialogue of some sort with the Bush Administration over this nuclear war thing (Good luck, Iran. Lawd knows we here in America have been trying to talk to the government about the idea.). Bush has been intransigent on the subject. Now if Iran lacked all natural resources and was brimming with starving people desperate to escape the clutches of Beloved Leader, then maybe we'd give them a little leeway, geostrategically y'know... ..
15. And what a coincidence! The US has granted six North Koreans refugee status.
16. This weekend was very bad Over There in Iraq. The numbers of dead are just stunning - some sources say 42, other put the number much higher. The New Yorker would like to remind you that: "On March 26th, 1968, Lyndon Johnson met in the Cabinet Room with a group of elder statesmen and retired generals known collectively as the Wise Men. He wanted their advise on what to do in Vietnam." And they told him. Otherwise I guess we'd still be in Vietnam. The article continues: "Last week in California Bush described his policymaking process in unmistakably clear terms, "I base a lot of my foreign policy decisions on some things I think are true. One, I believe there's an Almighty and secondly ... "(insert more about Divine Guidance here).
17. Citizens of Basra after gleefully celebrating the crash of a British helicopter in their town said the jubilation at the mishap stemmed from the city's descent into misery - and they warned that such confrontations were likely to recur.
18. The EU is preparing to go it alone and channel emergency funds to the Palestinians if talks with the US, Russia and the United Nations fall apart.
19. Nepal's new government has annulled all the appointments made by King Gyanendra since 2002.
20. Save the Children says that the child sex slave trade is booming in Liberia (apparently former Portland Police Chief Mark Kroker has been slacking on the job... .must be the heat... or the humidity... )
21. When asked by Germany's 'Bild am Sonntag' newspaper what he considered to be his greatest triumph, President Bush replied, "I would say that the best moment of all came when I caught a seven-and-a-half pound perch while fishing on my lake." (When you think about it, history will doubtless confirm that catching a fish (which had been drugged and planted in the lake) was Bush's Finest Hour...

Other Sources
05/08/06
http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2006/05/339014.shtml
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