No babble from me today. I have a serious case of the dumz.
Air France plane missing. (Speigel)
GM: bankrupt and another $30 billion from taxpayers. (NY)
Chrysler sale to Fiat gets court approval. (WP)
Biggest U.S. Chapter 11 cases.
Sweden appoints lesbian bishop. (Pink)
The continued brilliance of the Pope. (AP)
O'Reilly's campaign against murdered doctor, George Tiller. (Salon)
"The Christian Anti-Defamation Commission will not allow pro-abortionists or their accomplices in the media to exploit the cowardly act of one misguided individual in order to defame millions of peaceful pro-lifers," said Dr. Gary Cass of the Christian Anti-Defamation Commission. "Tiller's death at the hands of a lawless vigilante must be unequivocally condemned," said Cass. "But we cannot allow pro-abortion activists and politicians to use this tragedy to manipulate public opinion or our laws." (CNW)
A suspect jailed in Tiller's killing. (AP)
My Favorite Mormon fights hard for recognition. (CNN)
Legendary British drag act Danny La Rue has died at the age of 81. (Guardian)
British Home Secretary Jacqui Smith to fight shock-jock Michael Savage's lawsuit. (TimesOnline)
Meteorite bombardment may have made Earth more habitable.
I concur and welcome our new Ant Overlords.
Religious devotion does not impact abortion decisions of young unwed women.
Triage Technology With A Star Trek Twist: Tricorder-like Device. (Science Daily)
Slide Show: Top 10 New Species Discovered in 2008. (SciAM)