Daily News For November 21, 2006

Foreign

The Pentagon’s Closely Guarded Review Of How To Improve The Situation In Iraq Has Outlined Three Basic Options: Send In More Troops, Shrink The Force But Stay Longer, Or Pull Out, According To Senior Defense Officials.

Iran Plans To Use 100,000 Centrifuges To Enrich Uranium As Part Of Its Nuclear Program, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Said Today

What Are The Four U.S. Carriers Doing In The Gulf?

Kremlin Gave Order To Kill Dissident And Former Spy, Claims Top Defector

Dramatic Pictures Of Former Russian Spy Alexander Litvinenko In Hospital After A Suspected Poisoning Attempt Have Been Released.

Up To 100 Foreign Fighters Cross Into Iraq From Syria Every Month, The US Military Said Today

Domestic

White House Dismisses Hersh Article

Despite Democrats’ Control Of Congress, Amnesty Is Far From Being A Sure Thing.

Top House Democrats To Bar Military Draft Plan

O.J. Simpson Book, TV Special Canceled (Applause)

Hoyer Seeks Protection For His Supporters

Columns

Robert Novak: Favor-Factory Shutdown?

Joshua Muravchik: Bomb Iran. Diplomacy Is Doing Nothing To Stop The Iranian Nuclear Threat; A Show Of Force Is The Only Answer. (Free LA Times Reg Req)

Victor Davis Hanson: Will The West Stumble?

Mark Krikorian: Open-Borders Advocates Distort Election Results Voters Did Not Endorse Amnesty

Left-Overs

Kramer From Seinfeld Drops N-Bombs On Stage After Being Heckled

California Court: Websites Not Liable For Libel In Third-Party Postings

Top 10 Books Every Republican Congressman Should Read

Anti-War Activists Plan ‘Global Orgasm For Peace’

Tim Blair Will Be The New Opinion Editor At The Daily Telegraph

Video: Dear World: We Jews Apologize For Upsetting You So Much — The Jews

Website Of The Day: Daily Pundit

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