It's only just begun -- October, that is.
Some interesting snippets from Pajamas Media:
9th Circuit Court Blocks Voter ID law: The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals blocked the enforcement of an Arizona law that requires voters to show identification before casting a ballot and submit proof of citizenship when registering to vote a month before the Nov. 7 general election, and just before Monday’s deadline to register. (AP/Breitbart)
UK Politician Hit For Seeing Guests: Jack Straw, the Leader of the House of Common, was criticized after admitting he asks female Muslim constituents who visit him to remove their veils. Massoud Shadjareh, chairman of the Islamic Human Rights Commission, said it was astonishing someone as senior as Mr Straw would “selectively discriminate on the basis of religion.” A spokeswoman for Project Hijab said Mr Straw’s request showed “gross ignorance” of the religious importance of the veil. She added that many women would find his request to remove their veil very insulting, even if they complied with his “demand”. (New Scotsman)
Executing Saddam will unleash catastrophic violence, according to Saddam's attorney, Ramsey Clark. (AFP/Yahoo)
South Korea Warns NOKORS of "grave consequences", if North Korea goes through with its nuclear test. South Korean President Roh instructed his government to step up diplomatic efforts, but also ordered a "contingency plan" be drawn up if they fail, Yonhap said. (Canadian Press/Breitbart)
Pelosi's First Hundred Hours “Franklin Roosevelt had his first hundred days. House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi is thinking 100 hours, time enough, she says, to begin to “drain the swamp” after more than a decade of Republican rule. As in the first 100 hours the House meets after Democrats _ in her fondest wish _ win control in the Nov. 7 midterm elections and Pelosi takes the gavel as the first Madam Speaker in history.” (AP/Breitbart)
Interesting times we live in.