A Few Questions for Today...

-Posted by D. Worth (US) | for- M. Barbay (France)

The Media plays the bailout like a complete Mystery... More.
So, sign it, and drop an investment reimbursement to taxpayers, in the escrow of future sales. (20 million homes, average 700,000 each = recovery plus.)

Int'l Herald Tribune- France- 7 hours ago-
The media is saying that "Congress is consulted often only after the fact"... (Haha!)

And More From Levin: AUDIO
As a result, lawmakers view the bailout plan as a chance to reassert their authority... (I want the audit 'separate' from Congress!)

The Bailout: New Details, 5 Key Questions
U.S. News & World Report:
Seven questions the Treasury Secretary needs to answer
BusinessWeek (Telegraph)
Questions About The Mother of All Bailouts

Today, Palin Asks a Few Questions...
(Addressed to the Citizens of Media" -Penn.) #
(1 min. clip)

"On Tuesday Governor Palin will meet separately with Kissinger, Colombian President Alvaro Uribe and Afghan President Hamid Karzai. On Wednesday she is to meet jointly with Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili and Ukrainian President Viktor Yuschenko. She then will meet separately with Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh."

-Obama's Reporters ready for slighest gaffe
...Or they'll make some!

IAEA presses Iran to answer outstanding questions on nuclear program

The main hurdle is the "alleged studies," referring to documents suggesting Tehran may have been trying to develop a nuclear warhead, convert uranium and test high explosives & missile re-entry vehicle.

Iran has consistently dismissed the allegations as "baseless" and the documentation used to back them up as "fabricated." ...But the IAEA insists the onus is on Iran to disprove the allegations. More.

NOTE: After six years of intensive investigation, the IAEA still has not been able to determine whether the activities are entirely peaceful, as Iran asserts.

(Updates on post, Later.)

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