Winners & Losers
Winners Bertie Ahern: The Taoiseach (PM of Ireland) is victorious despite a series of scandals. Monica Goodling: Gonzales’s former counsel comes off surprisingly well in her long-awaited testimony before the House Judiciary Committee. Fred Thompson: Whetting the right’s appetite. Cannes: Old-school Hollywood glamour resurrected, despite the appearance of a few losers. Saudi-bound plane passengers: Spared a real-life ...
Bertie Ahern: The Taoiseach (PM of Ireland) is victorious despite a series of scandals.
Fred Thompson: Whetting the right’s appetite.
Democrats: Will have hell to pay with the left after Congress passes a war funding bill sans withdrawal timetable.
Bangladesh: UAE will accept more Bangladeshi workers.
Nilofar Bakhtiar: Pakistan’s tourism czar forced to resign for hugging para-jumper instructor.
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