Monday, November 20, 2006

Key Stories (11/19/06 - 11/20/06)

Housing Bubble Smack-down --Dissident Voice

Judge: FBI must correct disclosures on evacuation of Saudis after 9/11
--Raw Story

The Next Act --The New Yorker (Seymour Hersh reminds us that Cheney & Co. play by their own rules, so while an attack on Iran appears less likely by the day, we must never rule out the 'wild card'.)

Senior Democrat renews call for military draft --Reuters

Another Coup in the Making in Venezuela? --Gringo in Venezuela (Alternative, permanent link.)

Corn: Changing Price Structure --Axcess News (If cellulosic ethanol really is 'right around the corner', then it better hurry up!)
"September 1, 2006 inventories of old crop U.S. corn totaled only 1.971 billion bushels, 41 million less than forecast in mid-September. The 2006 harvest is now estimated at 10.745 billion bushels, 369 million below the September forecast. The supply of U.S. corn for the current marketing year is 410 million bushels less than that projected two months ago."
Ethanol production spikes corn prices, high meat costs may be next --Northwest Indiana Times

Did the CIA kill Bobby Kennedy? --The Guardian


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