Another quick round up.
Possibly an explanation for the Brazilian running from police in London and getting himself killed- seems he might have been in the country illegally.
The assassin who attempted to kill George Bush in Georgia has been captured- after a shoot-out with police. One policeman was killed. The grenade he threw was live and it seems he had more back at his apartment. I'm backing Powerline on this one- why isn't this getting more coverage? The incident itself was barely given any attention by the MSM. Perhaps if this attack had been directed at a Democrat president, we'd be hearing a lot more about it?
Kelsey Grammar has spoken out in defence of George Bush and the war in Iraq-
"Is it a sin to kill? Yes it is. Is it a sin to defend oneself? No. It's a great, difficult decision to stand up and say, 'I will dedicate lives to this cause. I will take on an unpopular position in order to secure the wellbeing of my country.'"
The Asia Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate is a new effort to "address energy, climate change and air pollution issues within a paradigm of economic development" being undertaken by the United States, Japan, Australia, China, India and South Korea. With any luck a good few other countries will sign up to this effort to and dump Kyoto- what better way to solve the "problem" than by introducing new technologies without harming the economy?
Finally, for now, have a laugh at some of these great opening lines- with thanks to Right Thinking Girl.