Keith's back from his illness! And in honor of Earth Day, another all green edition!
The Tie: Blue, black and silver stripes.
Number 5: August 2002: The Adolph XLIII Gestapo was preparing to draft the torture stuff even after the CIA of the link between Iraq and Osama bin Laden. The Senate Defense Committee produced proof in a report today. One agent disapproved of it all, and walked out of one torture...all straight out of Chairman Mao's Little Red Book on Torture, and it was inexperience on how to avoid it. Jonathan Landay from McClatchy News Service gives us the inside poop.
And Herr Goebles said to Fixed Noise that's his story and sticking to it...it was all about the terrorists. Former CIA officer Jack Rice examines that.
Number 4: Another Adolph XLIII cronie, Secratary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, not Brigadier General Janis Karpinski (Ret., USA), was following orders from Rumsfeld on torture in Abu Guraid and Gitmo. She joins us in the studio to spill the beans.
Oddball (Play ball!): In 1881 Alexander Korinsky was born, and overthrew the tsar. Bat night at the New Yankee Stadium, and Keith's nephew got one, compliments of a Yankee batter. He's also an aspiring standup comedian as he appears in the studio, and at The Friendly Confines of Wrigley Field, another cat was running amuck as the ground crew tried their best.
Best Persons: 3 - Judge James Zagel ruled that Blago won't be able to appear on I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Jail! 2 - Ben Nyaumbe sank his own teeth into a python. 1 - Alec Baldwin had no beef with Keith and Rachael, thanks to AOL.
Musical Segue: Yodeling.
Number 3: A message to Eric Holder saying that the torture special prosicution should be on hold for now. Ex-federal prosicutor, Elizabeth de la Vega, the woman who made that statement, joins us.
Number 2 (Worst Person in the World)
Bronze - Mike Kilburn, of Warren County, OH, rejects $373K of stim money for buses. How will seniors in Warren County get to their doctors now?
Silver - Billo's continuing GE hate affair over at The Murdoch Street Journal and Fixed Going Out of Business; soon Fixed Noise and parent NewsCorp is falling as well.
Gold - Sen. Ben Nelson (D-NE) says that too much news comes from entertainers like Jon Stewart, Steven Colbert, Boss Limbaugh, Harold Hill, Inanity, Olbermann and Rachael. Right on the first two, wrong on everyone else.
Number 1: Senile Sen. Arlen Spector (R-PA), he of the "magic BS" therory on the JFK asassination has Turdblossom's talking points down saying that Adolph XLIII's torture wasn't like turning the US of A into "a [banana republic] with colonels in mirrored glasses running the country." So the Good Oldboysandgirls Party are running as afar as they try to get. Howard Fineman, is that all there is? Not really.
See you tomorrow night.