Southeast Asia Spectacular: Swine Flu, Mayor Nagin, And Irascible North Koreans

  • New Orleans can't catch a break. First came that awful hurricane back in 2005, and now the mayor, sent on an economic development trip to China and Australia, ends up in Shanghai in a pig flu quarantine so its economy can't develop. [Times-Picayune]
  • Two American journalists have been sentenced to 12 years of hard labor in North Korea, with no chance of appeal. [New York Times]
  • Authorities have now recovered 17 bodies from the weird Air France jet explosion/disintigration/disappearance that killed everybody on board. [Los Angeles Times]
  • Judge Sonia Sotomayor's opinions are all over the map, meaning that critics can't call her an ideologue but they can say she's troublingly erratic. [Washington Post]
  • The White House says they're going to "save or create" 600,000 jobs over the next three months by expediting a bunch of stimulus projects, but how on earth do you measure a job saved, HMMMM???? [Reuters]
  • When it comes to health care reform, Republicans are not so sure they like the idea of a public alternative to private insurance. And business groups are not so sure they like the idea of an employer mandate. Beyond that, this legislation will be a piece of cake.[USA Today]

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