Winners & Losers
Winners Simon & Schuster: Even POTUS is shilling for Musharraf’s new book. Jacob Zuma: The corruption charges against him are thrown out for now, paving the way for a populist presidential bid. Noam Chomsky: Turns out a plug from Hugo Chávez is even better than one from Oprah. Musicians: Can take their instruments on planes once ...
Jacob Zuma: The corruption charges against him are thrown out for now, paving the way
Noam Chomsky: Turns out a plug from Hugo Chávez is even better than one from Oprah.
Musicians: Can take their instruments on planes once more. Just don’t strike up Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture.
Congressional Democrats: White House and Congress thrash out a compromise on detainees, and the Dems are nowhere to be seen.
Thai PM Thaksin: Leaves his country only to find that it has left him. To add insult to
Aging Hollywood celebs: The price of a facelift increased 16 percent in the last 12 months.
Hungarian PM: Ferenc Gyurcsany should have saved the confession for his memoirs.
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