Friday, February 17, 2006

"Goooood Morning, Mainland!"

It's Friday evening here in Waikiki, and I just got back from dancing at "Coconut Willies." The Canadian snowbirds are in town and the place was jammed.

The New York Times leads with "Senate Chairman Splits With Bush on Spy Program." Pat Roberts wants to run the Admin's Intel program. When the grumbling subsides, it will be "business as usual," IMO. The other major story with them is Bush's comments about doing more in the Sudan. Their editorial people are still trying to close Gitmo. Carl Hulse catchs John McCain with his hand in the earmark cookie jar. and the Libby prosecutor is whining about all the requests for info from the defense.

Meanwhile, the WaPo also leads the Dufar story. and their editorial board covers the Hamas confusion.

USA Today leads with Chavez's latest threats While the LA Times leads with local news.

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