Here’s the latest edition of Some Stories You Won't Find on any other Sunday show:
Pen Mightier Than ...
Former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein (search) is not wasting his time in jail while he awaits trial. According to a member of his legal team, Saddam has started writing his memoirs.
The work reportedly includes his childhood, his early exile to Egypt and some of his military campaigns. The former dictator is also writing poetry.
War on Terror Illusion
A British documentary, called "The Power of Nightmares," claims that the fear of terrorism is an illusion that's been crafted by American conservatives with the help of Prime Minister Tony Blair (search).
The work, by a senior BBC producer, also states that Al Qaeda and Usama bin Laden are far less powerful than government officials say they are.
Wal-Mart (search) has apologized for a newspaper ad that seemed to compare a proposed Arizona zoning ordinance to Nazi book burning.
The ad showed a photo from 1933 of people in Berlin throwing books on a fire, while complaining about a plan to limit the size of big-box retailers.
A Wal-Mart spokeswoman said the company approved the ad, but failed to question where the picture came from.