Peanut Corp Owner Won't Eat Peanuts
Stewart Parnell, owner of Peanut Corp. of America, declined the request of Congressman Walden, citing fifth-amendment
protections. It's no wonder.
Charles Deibel, president of Deibel Laboratories Inc., said his company was among those that tested Peanut Corp. products and notified the Georgia plant that salmonella was found. Peanut Corp. sold the products anyway, according to an FDA inspection report.
White House Live-Blogs Obama
The White House live-blogged
President Obama's recent speech in Fort Myers Florida.
-- 12:30 pm: (Blogger) A moment of candor: "No plan is perfect. I can't tell you with one hundred percent certainty that everything in this plan will work exactly as we hope." But, that said, "doing nothing is not an option -- you didn't send me to Washington to do nothing."
-- 12:55 pm: (Blogger) President pauses the Q&A to announce some breaking news: the Senate has passed the (economic stimulus plan). And there was much rejoicing.
-- 12:58 pm: (Blogger) A woman in the crowd asks for assistance, President embraces her.
Congressman Twitters @ Secret Trip
Today's congressional trip to Iraq was supposed to be secret. Oops
That was, until Rep. Peter Hoekstra twittered his arrival into Baghdad. "Just landed in Baghdad. I believe it may be first time I've had bb service in Iraq. 11th trip here," he sent from his BlackBerry.
The Nasty, Impolite Justice Scalia
It seems he doesn't like being asked
about cameras in the courtroom, especially when he's on a book tour