Tuesday, June 9, 2009

20090609 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: The 'End Of The Age Of (Text) Books'

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Cabale News Service20090609 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: The 'End Of The Age Of (Text) Books' - California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger Proposes Putting All School Math And Science Courses Online

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A Synopsis Of Today's News... You're on the dole... NO whining! There has been an attempt by a number of US banks to give their bailout money back to the US government due to what they consider "onerous" strings attached.

The first Gitmo prisoner goes on trial in the US, in New York. Ahmed Ghailani is suspected of taking part in al Qaeda plots to bomb U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania.

The Supreme Court rules "Don't Ask Don't Tell" to be a legitimate rule for the military despite a 14th Amendment challenge.

The Supreme Court is now also involved in the Chrysler bailout and has delayed the merger with Fiat due to pension related issues.

Stephen Colbert is in Iraq on USO tour, and gets a haircut by order of the Prez, who appeared on satellite TV to order it
"I, Stephen Colbert, by the power invested in me by basic cable, officially declare we won the Iraq war," Colbert said, as his audience broke out into applause.

The interview was interrupted when President Obama appeared on large television screens. The commander-in-chief told his general it was time to "cut that man's hair." [More]

California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is going to save millions of dollars in the state educational system by no longer allowing the purchase of science and math textbooks... The curriculum will be entirely online. More in today's commentary.#
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