SMOKERS GET SNUFFED OUT IN INTEL BILL
Christian Bourge at UPI is reading the legislation he is reporting on even if Members of Congress are not.
UPI’s Mark Benjamin adds a dimension to an already high pile of concerns I have about how the Bush administration is neglecting the plight of soldiers fighting this war in Iraq. The link to the UPI story is here, but the first bit of the story reads: U.S.
I have never been invited to a Hanukah Party until today thanks to Matt Dallek. But Hanukah parties have been on my mind lately because I am hosting a “holiday party” at my home on December 17th, and several of my friends cannot make it because of competing Hanukah soirees.
Many thanks to everyone for the myriad cold-killing recipes that have been sent to me. I’ve tried quite a few and am happy to report that something, not sure what, is beginning to work. I think it was the mint tea and bourbon.
Wow. I just received email #513 requesting either a transcript, tape or weblink from the conference Al Qaeda 2.0: Transnational Terrorism Since 9/11 which Peter Bergen, Karen Greenberg and I produced on Thursday for the New America Foundation and NYU Center on Law & Security.
Yesterday in the Russell Senate Office Building where we were holding the Al Qaeda 2.0 Conference, Howard Dean walked by and looked slightly interested in the proceedings before running into a meeting room that didn’t seem to belong to any particular Senator or Committee.
But we are way oversubscribed! Always a good problem. I just sent the note below to the email list for the New America Foundation and wanted readers of TWN to see this as well.