April 7, 2008

Clinton's remarks questioned again

Not long after having 'misspoke' about being caught under enemy sniper fire, Hillary Clinton is again caught up in an argument about things she said on the campaign trail. She is now dropping certain comments from her stump speeches about a particular pregnant woman without health care, due to some questions being raised about the story's validity.

March 31, 2008

Vytorin being pulled

It seems that a drug promising to lower key risks of heart disease does just that, but it doesn't do anything regarding the actual prevention of heart disease. Doctors are suggesting more traditional forms of treatment regarding heart disease after a recent study showed that drugs like Vytorin actually do no good in the prevention of heart disease.

Perhaps there is just no escaping the heart disease/heredity parallel.

March 10, 2008

More info released on Times Square Bombing

After a bomb attack struck an Armed Forces building in Times Square, authorities have released some new information. A video of the alleged assailant along with a picture of the bicycle they were riding was released. The idea that this attack could be linked to other bicycle-related attacks on government buildings was also confirmed.

March 3, 2008

SNL hearts Clinton

First, Tina Fey, the former head writer for NBC's Saturday Night Live, came out and fully endorsed Hillary Clinton on air. Then, SNL ran a skit poking fun at the media's 'love affair' with Barack Obama. Now, this past Saturday, Clinton made an appearance on SNL in the opening sketch and got to shout those famous words; 'Live from New York, it's Saturday Night!'.

With so many celebrities endorsing candidates now-a-days, perhaps it's no surprise that the SNL crew are throwing out their two cents. Or perhaps their just giving props to their junior Senator.

February 25, 2008

Bad news for Democrats

It appears that some votes from the future Democratic nominee might have some votes "taken away" from him/her in the general election, due to Ralph Nader's entrance into the presidential race. Nader, who has run for president three times in the past, has announced that he would be once again seeking the office of President of the United States. The Democrats do not seem to happy, but try their best to roll their collective eyes politely. Mike Huckabee seems pretty excited about it, as one would expect, considering many political aficionados said that Nader took away votes from Al Gore in the 2000 presidential race.

February 15, 2008

U.S. Navy protects us from the sky falling...

With low-orbit earth satellites believed to number around 11,000, one falling from the sky was bound to happen.

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February 5, 2008

Two Candidates, One Team

It seems that the underdog victory of the New York Giants in Super Bowl XLII is inspiring both front running Democratic Presidential nominees.

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