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Quick Fix 6 -- 2/24/06

1. APhoto Fix: HBO's apologies to anyone planning to watch the scintillating curline match between the US and Britain tonight ... United States skip Pete Fenson yells after a shot during the bronze medal curling match against Great Britain in Pinerolo, Italy during the Turin 2006 Winter Olympic Games earlier today. The United States defeated Britain 8-6 to win the bronze medal. (APhoto Mark Baker)

2. Cartoon Fix: Chuck Asay (Airport security vs. port security), Signe Wilkinson (Port security v. cartoons), and Gary Varvel (Carter supports ports deal).

3. Humor Fix: This story keeps getting crazier. President Bush now says he didn’t know about the Dubai port deal until after it was approved. Apparently this is part of the White House’s don’t ask him - don’t tell him policy -- Jay Leno.

4. My Way Fix: This Day In History here, Today's Birthdays here, Positive Quote here, and Word of the Day here.

5. Top of the News Fix: Right-wing radio, TV split on port control here, Crude raises $2 per barrel on Saudi oil blast here, Golf course refuses Bill Clinton here, February sweeps: Oprah in graphic sex talk here, and Man kills neighbor for slamming door here.

6. Opinion Fix: Daniel Henninger/Wall Street Journal (Washington defines politics downward), Carrie Lukas/Independent Women's Forum (Feminist victory), Brent Bozell/Media Research Center (Sex, culture & the college student), Oliver North/Freedom Alliance (Misunderestimated disconfirmation), and Mona Charen/Townhall (Lethal injection blues).




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D.F. Oliveria started Huckleberries Online on Feb. 16, 2004. Oliveria's Sunday print Huckleberries is a past winner of the national Herb Caen Memorial Column contest.









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