After Hillary Clinton rips Donald Rumsfeld over the state of affairs in Iraq, Rummy says he has “never painted a rosy picture” and says “you would have a dickens of a time trying to find instances where I have been overly optimistic.” Unfortunately, that’s not so true. Later, she called for his resignation.
Freak nature: Snow falls in Johannesburg, South Africa for the first time in 25 years.
Strange bedfellows. Royalties from the cheesy 1985 dance anthem “So Macho” are funding Christian fundamentalist agenda: “Apparently, the song generates about £10,000 a month, through radio play and compilations. No, that’s not a typo- £10,000 a month. Hargreaves is now ploughing the proceeds from his ‘80s hit into his radical party, Operation Christian Voice and hopes to becomes a Scottish MEP. The ex-songwriter and promoter admits to a colourful life in the music industry but has since seen the ‘error’ of his ways; ‘I was a hedonistic sinner. I was Jack the lad. But there came a point when I looked at myself. I was calling myself a Christian but not living the Christian life. I read a Bible from cover to cover and I changed my life.'”
Clay Aiken to hit the airwaves with an album of love songs…
Even though he has resigned from Congress and withdrew himself from consideration for re-election, a court agreed today for the second time that the corrupt House majority leader must appear on the ballot.
Now you know. The 25-sexiest guys in Brazil…
Owners of a Manchester, England gay bar are offering a $10,000 reward for information on gay bashers who fatally wounded Texas resident Martin Salinas, who died last week after over three years of suffering. Bar owner: “artin was on his way to have a night out at Essential and I feel its only right that I do everything I can to find the people responsible for this savage attack.”
Senator Ted Stevens, of the Internet is a series of Tubes speech, is trying to force a vote on Net Neutrality before the Senate session ends, but it looks unlikely to happen as certain Senators in upcoming elections are resisting going on the record about a controversial measure before the elections.