Friday, March 05, 2004

Bloomberg reports that 120 families of 9/11 victims have called on Bush to stop using images of the tragedy in his political advertising.

Turning the corner? Bush's assurance that the U.S. economy is "turning the corner" suffered a setback this week with a report that the economy gained only 21,000 jobs last month, far below expectations. At this rate it will take only 95 months before the 2 million jobs lost during the past three years are recovered. And of course they won't be the same jobs. "You want fries with that?"

(Actually, it's not that simple. Inasmuch as a net 150,000 people come into the workforce each month, we're still losing ground on the employment front.)

According to this Reuters report, Swiss Re, the world's second-largest reinsurer, warned on Wednesday that the costs of natural disasters, aggravated by global warming, threatened to spiral out of control, forcing the human race into a catastrophe of its own making.

Reuters reports that families of 9/11 victims are pressing Bush to pull his 9/11 ads.

Thursday, March 04, 2004

Bush's 9/11 ads are criticized by survivors of victims lost in the attacks.

Take a look at John Kerry's service record. Wow.

Wednesday, March 03, 2004

The President speaks out on killers and what they do.

Tuesday, March 02, 2004

Doonesbury is offering $10,000 for anyone who can prove that President Bush fulfilled his National Guard duty in Alabama.

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