Daily News For October 28, 2005

Domestic

Lawyers in the C.I.A. Leak Case Said Thursday That They Expected I. Lewis Libby Jr., Vice President Dick Cheney’s Chief Of Staff, To Be Indicted On Friday, Charged With Making False Statements To The Grand Jury (Free NYT Reg Req)

Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist Today Called For Senate Hearings To Examine The Reasons For High Energy Prices

US House Passes Crackdown On “Junk” Lawsuits (Applause)

Bush Says ‘Push The Envelope’ On Cutbacks (Free NYT Reg Req)

Battleground Poll: Bush Approval At 44%

Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tim Kaine Pulls Ad From Blogger With “Sambo” Ad On His Blog

Free Speech Fight In Washington State

Harriet Miers Wind Down

Bush’s Statement After Miers’ Withdrawal

Harriet Miers Withdrawl Letter

James Dobson: “I Believe The President Has Made A Wise Decision In Accepting Harriet Miers’ Withdrawal As A Nominee To The Supreme Court.”

Foreign

Tensions On Rise As Syria Sends Fighers Into Lebanon

Syria Urges Dialogue With US

Columns

Charles Krauthammer: Scowcroft’s ‘Realism’

Victor Davis Hanson: Spare Us The In-Your-Sleep Moralizing

Walter Williams: Amunition For The Poverty Pimps

Rich Lowry: Starting Over After Miers

Rush Limbaugh: Crackdown Made Conservatives Stronger; Now Mr. President, Let’s Take On The Left

Left-Overs

Vote In The Reasoned Audacity Poll For The Supreme Court Nominee

Now That Guns Are Banned, Great Britain Worries About Sharp Objects

Suicide Mistaken for Halloween Decoration

New Short Film Shows Flesh-Eating Holy Men

Belgium: Flemish Wife Calls Walloon Spouse “Lazy,” Arrested

Website Of The Day: Transcended

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