Headlines worth noting
Outrage has sprung up over what's been done to the Arizona 9-11 Memorial (Hat tip: Hot Air, IBA, and Ace of Spades). Speaking of which, let's not forget that the design of the Memorial in Pennsylvania may still need to be checked up on, because that too could be in danger of leftist tampering.
Bill Frist wants a vote on the immigration bill focusing on border security. I hope it's something positive he means, otherwise, he himself won't be worth the effort in voting for.
Security's been tightened up at Guantanamo Bay.
A Venezuelan "diplomat" was detained in the US, and the tyrant Chavez just whines on. Cry us a nice cold bath, Chavez, because we don't care.
Hezbollah's leader, Nasrallah, has said that their weapons will not be surrendered. No surprise there.
It looks like the Democrats' chances of getting a lead over Republicans has lessened considerably in the latest polls.
Violence has erupted again in East Timor.
And read Oliver North's latest column on latest developments at the UN.