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Senate confirms Alito for Supreme Court
Samuel Anthony Alito Jr. - the son of an Italian immigrant and a longtime lawyer, prosecutor and judge - won Senate approval Tuesday to become the nation’s 110th Supreme Court justice.

Bush to mention Iran nukes, Hamas tonight
State of the Union address also to include health care, energy, education, economy

- No. 2 terrorist: Next attack on United States soil
Al-Zawahiri video calls Bush 'butcher of Washington'

U.S. Savings Rate at Lowest Level Since 1933
Spending rose far outpacing income growth, a development that helped to push the savings' rate to the lowest level since the Great Depression.


Mexicans rip U.S. immigration policy as racist
'With this wall, we are going to see more corpses in the desert'


'Tidal wave' of material puts parents to test
'Kids are exposed to this at incredibly early ages'

Page 2 News Headlines

Today on Page 2... Super Bowl Host Is U.S.'s Poorest Big City... Bill Clinton Urges Dialogue with Hamas... Continued...


Glenn Beck Joins CNN Headline News
Building on a year of massive ratings growth in 2005, Headline News will add Glenn Beck, a new talk show featuring radio personality Glenn Beck, to its prime-time line-up in April.

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Child's College Pledge Form As heard on the show. Download the 'Childs College Pledge Form' in PDF format and hold your child legally responsible for their actions in college.

Christmas Tour Photoblog
Go behind the scenes of the Glenn Beck Christmas Tour.

Fat Fat Fatties Unite!
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The Big Frog 109.9 T-Shirt
Celebrate More-On Trivia with our new Big Frog t-shirt.

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JAN/FEB 2006 - ISSUE 7

Barely Illegal Forum

Real Stories From Real Illegals

The Minuteman Projects
Featuring an Interview with founder of the Minuteman Project Chris Simcox

How To Get Into The US Without Really Trying
We show you how!
 - 2006 in Advance
 - Couple of the Year Certificate
 - Valentine's Day Cheat Sheet


A Near Miss?
A Near Miss?
Disaster seemed certain when a photographer captured these planes on course to collide over east London.

Do you think obesity is caused by a virus?
YES, if by virus you mean donuts and Double Whoppers with bacon
NO, I think it’s caused by lack of exercise and poor eating habits




Al-Zawahri Mocks Bush Over Terrorism War
In a new video aired Monday, al-Qaeda's No. 2 Ayman al-Zawahri mocked President Bush as a "failure" in the war on terror, called him a "butcher" for killing innocent Pakistanis in a miscarried airstrike and chastised the United States for rejecting Osama bin Laden's offer of a truce.

Al-Zawahri Calls Bush a 'Butcher' in Video
Al-Qaeda No. 2 Ayman al-Zawahri said in a videotape aired Monday that President Bush was a "butcher" and a "failure" because of a deadly U.S. airstrike in Pakistan targeting the bin Laden deputy.

No. 2 terrorist: Next attack on United States soil
Al-Zawahiri video calls Bush 'butcher of Washington'

Mexican Police Arrest Four Illegal Iraqis Near Border
Mexican federal agents have arrested four Iraqis trying to sneak into the United States without proper documents, the government said Monday.

Lawyer: Saddam to Boycott Next Session
Saddam Hussein and his lawyers will boycott the next session of the deposed leader's trial in Iraq to protest what they say is the bias of the new chief judge hearing the case, Saddam's chief lawyer told The Associated Press on Monday.

New Video Shows Kidnapped Reporter Weeping
The U.S. journalist Jill Carroll, weeping and veiled, appeared on a new videotape aired Monday by Al-Jazeera, and the Arab television station said she appealed for the release of all Iraqi women prisoners.

ABC Anchor, Cameraman Showing Improvement
ABC News anchor Bob Woodruff and cameraman Doug Vogt were showing signs of improvement Monday after being seriously injured in a roadside bombing in Iraq.

Body Armor Likely Saved ABC News Pair
ABC News led its broadcasts with its own journalists in the news: anchor Bob Woodruff and a cameraman had been seriously injured by a roadside bomb while reporting in Iraq.

Battleship to become monument to homosexuals?
Proposal would turn USS Iowa into museum honoring 'gay,' lesbian, transgender troops

10-year-olds to be strip-searched?
Anti-terror efforts could put young children in crosshairs

Peacenik vandalizes famous WWII victory statue
'Unconditional Surrender' portrays famous kiss between nurse, sailor in NYC


Bush Opposes Palestinian Government with Hamas
President Bush, addressing two international flash points, said he would not support a Palestinian government made up of Hamas and that the United States is trying to build a united front to stop Iran's nuclear program.

EU Urges Hamas to Recognize Israel, Disarm
European Union foreign ministers called on Hamas on Monday to recognize the state of Israel, renounce violence and disarm.

Saudis welcome Hamas victory
Kingdom calls on global community to respect rights of Palestinian people

Israel: No Talks Until Hamas Ends Violence
Israel ruled out contacts with a Palestinian government led by Hamas unless the Islamic group renounces violence and threatened Sunday to "liquidate" militants if they resume attacking Israelis.

Outrage Builds in Mideast Over Cartoons
From the burning of its flag to a boycott of its brands of butter and cookies, Denmark is feeling Islamic outrage over newspaper cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad.

Now Muslims burn Norway's flag in Gaza
Upset Norwegian magazine reprinted explosive caricature of prophet Muhammad


Officials Confirm Bird Flu Death of Iraqi
Iraqi and U.N. health officials said Monday a 15-year-old girl who died this month was a victim of the deadly H5N1 strain of the bird flu virus, the first confirmed case of the disease in the Middle East.


Canada slams Don Imus for anti-Muslim remarks
Used terms 'brainwashed,' 'stinking animals' during 2004 broadcast on MSNBC


First WWII 'Gold Train' Payouts Made
The first payouts have been distributed from a $25 million settlement with Holocaust survivors who lost jewelry, artwork and other treasures when a Nazi "Gold Train" was commandeered by the U.S. Army during World War II.


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Security Council to Review Iran Nuke Case
The United States and the other four permanent members of the U.N. Security Council reached surprising agreement Tuesday that Iran should be hauled before that powerful body over its disputed nuclear program.

Iran Plans to Activate Nuclear Power Plant
Iran is preparing to activate one of the world’s largest nuclear power plants, located in the Persian Gulf port of Bushehr.

hurricane news

FEMA Acknowledges Blunders During Katrina
Poor planning and communication plagued FEMA's response to Hurricane Katrina, a top agency official said Monday, acknowledging that other federal departments' offers to help rescue storm victims went unheard or were ignored.


Dominatrix beats murder rap
A dominatrix was acquitted of manslaughter Monday in the death of a man who prosecutors say suffered a heart attack while strapped to a replica of a medieval rack.

U.S. Savings Rate at Lowest Level Since 1933
Consumer spending rose at a rapid pace in December, far outpacing income growth, a development that helped to push the savings' rate for the year down to the lowest level since the Great Depression.

Slain kids' mom: 'I blessed them and then I suffocated them'
A woman accused of smothering her three children was distraught over the breakup of her marriage and told police that she blessed the children before suffocating them, a prosecutor said Monday.

'Tidal wave' of material puts parents to test
'Kids are exposed to this at incredibly early ages'

Door-to-door tattoo man gets women sick
Now purchasers told to get tested for HIV exposure

Super Bowl Host Is U.S.'s Poorest Big City
Before the Super Bowl kickoff this weekend, private planes will land here, limousines will clog the streets, and lavish parties will be thrown for those with famous names or lots of money. The kitchens of Ford Field will be stocked with two tons of lobster.

Same-sex couple in tax protest
Refuse to pay on $2 million because can't get married

Radar Little Help in Border Tunnel Hunt
A U.S. government effort to find drug-smuggling tunnels underneath the Mexican border with ground-penetrating radar and other high-tech gear has had little success.

Tampa man gets 200 years for raping men
A serial rapist of gay men receives the maximum 200 years in a Florida prison; murder charges are likely in two victims' deaths.

Plane Crash in Suburban Chicago Kills 4
A twin-engine airplane crashed Monday near the Palwaukee Municipal Airport, killing all four people aboard, authorities said.

Study: Compact Cars Have High Death Rates
People love compact cars as gas prices soar, but there's a sobering cost: The government says they have the highest fatality rate.

Post Office Shooting in California Kills Two
Two people were killed and two others wounded Monday when someone opened fire in a post office, authorities reported.


Mexicans rip U.S. immigration policy as racist
'With this wall, we are going to see more corpses in the desert'

Boycott of Citgo launched
Pro-family group leads effort to shun firm run by Venezuela's Chavez

Chavez Dreams of Continental Shift Toward Socialism
Once governed largely by right-wing military dictatorships, 360 million people in South America have used their democratic rights to elect seven left-wing governments in the past six years, with several more expected to win power in elections this year.

Skyscraper parachutist escapes police in an SUV
An Austrian stuntman who claims world records for BASE jumping parachuted off the top of Latin America's tallest building Monday before escaping in an SUV to avoid police capture.

Brazilians Race to Adopt Abandoned Baby
Doctors released a 2-month-old girl from a hospital Monday two days after she was found in a black plastic bag floating in a lake in southeastern Brazil.


PETA calls for killing fish with kindness
'You wouldn't hook dogs through the mouth and drag them behind your car'

Bull charges bullfight spectators
At least two people are being treated in hospital in Mexico City after a bull leapt into a crowd during a bullfight.



Bush-bashing takes center stage in NY theaters
It's not hard to spot the common theme in three New York theater offerings this season that go by the titles "Bush is Bad," "Bush Wars: Musical Revenge" and "Laughing Liberally."

ABC Pulls 'Commander in Chief' from TV Lineup
"Commander in Chief” started out as the season’s most talked-about new show, but the initial hype didn’t translate into solid ratings – and ABC has shelved the White House drama.

Cruise, Lopez atop Razzies
Hollywood's 'worst' make annual list for performances that stink

Lindsay's Tea Party Ends in Stitches
A freaky Friday accident left Lindsay Lohan in stitches.


Possible Miracle Tied to Pope John Paul II
A nun's apparently inexplicable recovery in France from Parkinson's disease, the same affliction suffered by Pope John Paul II, looks very promising as the miracle needed to beatify the late pontiff, a Polish cleric said.

Bible quote 'twisted' into anti-homosexual slam
GOP senator: Rolling Stone took 'You'll know them by their fruits' wrong way

Is new AOL IM slogan marketing blasphemy?
'I AM' pitch takes name of God in vain, say some shocked critics

Pastor gets 18 months for selling church
Got $525,000 from transaction, allegedly uses money to buy BMW


Bush to mention Iran nukes, Hamas tonight
State of the Union address also to include health care, energy, education, economy

Bush Looks for Boost From State of Union
President Bush, in his State of the Union speech Tuesday, will offer ideas for dealing with domestic problems like high energy and health care costs and international troubles like Iran's suspected nuclear ambitions.

Bush 'State of the Union' to Outline Energy Alternatives
Trying to calm anxieties about soaring energy costs, President Bush is using his State of the Union address this week to focus on a package of energy proposals aimed at bringing fuel-saving technologies out of the lab and into use.

Democratic Va. Gov. Kaine Plans Bush 'Union' Response
Virginia Gov. Timothy M. Kaine, tapped to deliver the State of the Union response for Democrats, has sharp words for both parties in Washington: Stop being so partisan, negative and irrelevant. "There's a better way," he said Monday.

Bush's New Budget Calls for Renewal of Tax Cuts
President Bush will renew his call for personal accounts within Social Security and ask Congress to renew tax cuts and curb the growth in benefit programs like Medicare and Medicaid in his 2007 budget request next week, according to administration officials.

Jeb Bush Wants $630M for Business and Tech Startups
Governor Jeb Bush wants the Florida Legislature to approve the spending of $630 million to pay for business startups and bolster growth of technology industries.

Lynn Swann too popular for GOP good?
Some in Republican Party fear his run for governor will bring out Democrats


Senate Moves Alito Close to Confirmation
The Senate on Monday all but guaranteed Samuel Alito's confirmation as the nation's 110th Supreme Court justice, shutting down a last-minute attempt by liberals to block the conservative judge's nomination with a filibuster.

Alito's Ascent Caps Long Campaign
In 1982, a year after Samuel Alito Jr. joined the Reagan administration, a handful of legal scholars gathered at Yale University for the first meeting of the Federalist Society, a newly formed conservative legal group.


Obesity May Be Infectious
Evidence that obesity could be contagious was published yesterday by American researchers - and washing your hands could be an elementary step to avoiding the virus and becoming overweight.

8M With Birth Defects Each Year
About 8 million children worldwide are born every year with serious birth defects, many of them dying before age 5 in a toll largely hidden from view, the March of Dimes says.

Drug-resistant TB infecting America
Doc on Mexican strain: 'The growth of this could be considered an epidemic situation'

Primary care about to collapse, physicians warn
Primary care -- the basic medical care that people get when they visit their doctors for routine physicals and minor problems -- could fall apart in the United States without immediate reforms, the American College of Physicians said on Monday. 


Taxpayers fund pro-homosexual class
Irate parents say son returned from seminar 'confused' about sexuality


Russia to Mine Moon for Helium-3 Energy
Russian space officials announced plans last week to build a permanent base on the moon to mine isotope helium-3, a promising fuel for nuclear energy.


Bill Gates: Turn Cell Phones Into PCs
Microsoft is proposing an inexpensive technology to bring computing to the developing world - turning a cell phone into a computer by connecting it to a TV and a keyboard.

Test Balloons for Cellular Service
Why put up costly cell phone towers in thinly populated areas, when a few balloons would do? In North Dakota, former Gov. Ed Schafer is backing a plan to loft wireless network repeaters on balloons high above the state to fill gaps in cellular coverage.

RIM rivals cash in as BlackBerry hearing looms
Competitors are muscling into the wireless e-mail market dominated by Research in Motion, as the maker of the BlackBerry e-mail device grapples with a patent battle that could shut down its U.S. service.

Philadelphia Aims to Go Wireless
Earthlink Inc. has finalized a 10-year contract to provide wireless Internet service across Philadelphia, a city official said Monday.


Exxon profit tops $10 billion, capping record year
Exxon Mobil, the world's largest publicly traded oil company, on Monday reported a quarterly profit of $10.7 billion, capping a year of record earnings dominated by surging oil and gas prices.

Political row erupts as ExxonMobil posts record profit
ExxonMobil Corp. booked record earnings of 36.1 billion dollars in 2005, reviving claims that the oil industry is profiting from sky-high prices at the expense of hard-pressed consumers.

Oil execs refuse to testify at U.S. Senate hearing
Officials from six major oil companies have refused to testify this week at a Senate hearing looking into whether oil industry mergers in recent years have made gasoline more expensive at the pump.

Opening Statements Next Step in Enron Case
Jurors who will decide whether former Enron Corp. chiefs Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling are criminals face a monthslong journey into the heart of the scandal-ridden company. They'll also face questions about just how illusory the "new-economy" powerhouse was in its glory days.

Dreams collapsed along with Enron
Roger Boyce was looking forward to his retirement from Enron's Minneapolis Gas Pipeline Group in 2000.

Fed to Raise U.S. Rates Again as Greenspan Era Ends
Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan will end his 18-year rule on Tuesday with a rate hike of a quarter percentage point and the message that borrowing costs may go up again in March if warranted by growth and inflation.

Fed Transition Concerns Wall Street
Wall Street loves incoming Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke. It makes you wonder how investors would react to someone they hate.


Bill Clinton Urges Dialogue with Hamas
Ex-president Bill Clinton is urging the U.S. to establish a dialogue with Hamas in the wake of its upset victory in last week's Palestinian parliamentary elections, saying it would be wrong to cut off contact with the terror group just because they may have killed people "in a way that we hate."

Clinton warns of rising anti-Islamic feeling
Ex-president compares it to historic anti-Semitism

Hillary: U.S. 'Impatient' for Woman President
Americans are growing 'impatient" as they wait for a woman to be elected president, 2008 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said Saturday night.

Clinton: Member of Bush Family
President Bush said Sunday that ex-President Bill Clinton has worked so closely with his father on tsunami and Hurricane Katrina relief that he's like a member of the Bush family.

Poll: Clinton Lead Comfortable in N.Y.
Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton remains in a strong position in her bid for re-election this year with almost six in 10 New York voters saying they will vote for the former first lady, a statewide poll reported Monday.


Elway sends relax chair to 'persecuted' student
Teen 'dehumanized' after wearing John's Broncos jersey in Steelers are


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