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Sen. Ron Johnson's Letter to Nunes and Jordon Regarding Vindman

Reporter Uncovers Manson Family Connections to CIA’s MK Ultra Mind Control and Hollywood Child Trafficking

“I Can do Anything I Wanna do, I’m a Cop”: Tyrant Cop Fired After Insane Power Trip

The End of Babies

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Victory for Free State Activist Wrongfully Arrested for Filming Police at Checkpoint

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Ron Paul, Hero

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'LGBTQ' Support Declines

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The Sick and Twisted Culture of Disney and ABC News

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My favorite moment from the impeachment hearing today.

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The real meaning of ‘OK Boomer’

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The Big Plantation

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It Happened To Us In Idaho – The Nick and Donna Nickerson Family

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Drag queen sashays into Trump impeachment hearings

Israel Settles Score with Islamic Jihad Leader

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We Won in Iraq: At least 84 killed in attacks across Iraq
Post Date: 2010-05-10 10:48:02 by Fred Mertz
BAGHDAD – A suicide bomber blew himself up outside a textile factory Monday in a crowd that gathered after two car bombings at the same spot in the worst of a series of attacks that killed at least 84 people across Iraq, the deadliest day this year. The violence added to fears that political uncertainty could further destabilize the country. More than two months after the March 7 elections, there is still no new government in sight and the negotiations to form one could drag on for months more as U.S. troops prepare to withdraw. In the worst attack of the day, a suicide bomber with explosives strapped to his belt blew himself up among a crowd of people who were trying to help victims ...

Iraq Political Crisis Worsens as Court Bars Candidates
Post Date: 2010-04-26 12:55:05 by Brian S
BAGHDAD — A special electoral court in Iraq disqualified a winning candidate in last month’s election on charges he once was a member of Saddam Hussein’s Baath Party, two officials said Monday. The decision was the first concrete move to change the preliminary results of the vote that Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki’s coalition narrowly lost. The court’s ruling intensified a political crisis that remains far from resolved, raising tensions and even the specter of violence. The court’s decision, at a minimum, will delay the formation of a new government through the months when the Obama administration has pledged to withdraw its combat troops, leaving a ...

Bloodiest Day of 2010 as Bombings Rock Baghdad [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2010-04-24 12:52:45 by Brian S
A massive coordinated attack involving bombings of several Shi’ite mosques and marketplaces in Shi’ite neighborhoods across Baghdad have left scores of people dead and several hundred wounded, and the nation wondering if they are just seeing the beginning of the rising violence. The attacks were the third major spate of bombings in Baghdad this month alone, but also stand as the deadliest yet of 2010. Year over year death tolls have been on the rise over the past several months, and are only getting worse since the disputed March 7 election. So far no one has claimed credit for the blasts but the government was quick to blame al-Qaeda, speculating that it was revenge for the ...

18 Veterans Commit Suicide Each Day
Post Date: 2010-04-23 10:19:25 by Fred Mertz
Troubling new data show there are an average of 950 suicide attempts each month by veterans who are receiving some type of treatment from the Veterans Affairs Department. Seven percent of the attempts are successful, and 11 percent of those who don't succeed on the first attempt try again within nine months. The numbers, which come at a time when VA is strengthening its suicide prevention programs, show about 18 veteran suicides a day, about five by veterans who are receiving VA care. Access to care appears to be a key factor, officials said, noting that once a veteran is inside the VA care program, screening programs are in place to identify those with problems, and special efforts ...

Post Date: 2010-04-08 01:01:02 by mininggold
GORDON DUFF: “COLLATERAL DAMAGE,” SPINNING AWAY MURDER IN IRAQ April 7, 2010 by GORDON DUFF: “COLLATERAL DAMAGE,” SPINNING AWAY MURDER IN IRAQ· EXCUSES, EXPLANATIONS OR CONSPIRACY AND MISPRISION OF A FELONY TIME FOR THE “SPIN MASTERS” TO “PAY THE FIDDLER” By Gordon Duff STAFF WRITER/Senior Editor MSNBC, in an excellent video, has put out both sides of the story on the 2007 ”video game murder” in Iraq. The most telling aspect of this story isn’t just that we now know our own Army leaked the video or that many others like it exist, it is the lengths we go to using “surrogates” to spin away murder. Years of lies ...

The Iraq War: Still A Massive Mistake
Post Date: 2010-04-07 00:02:32 by Brian S
There’s a growing narrative that Iraq’s solidifying democracy makes the seven years of US war and occupation a worthy enterprise. Some observers have even spun Iraq’s March 7 elections as proof that democracy promotion via military occupation can succeed. Don’t believe the hype. The Iraq war remains a mistake of mammoth proportions. And Iraq’s election represents a pyrrhic victory, as the economic, political, and moral costs of the occupation far outweigh any benefits. First are the sacrifices in terms of blood and treasure. The broad consensus is that the war has cost the US economy well over $700 billion – with the meter still running. The Iraq war has also ...

Family Weeps at Video of Son’s Death in U.S. Strike
Post Date: 2010-04-06 11:49:14 by Brian S
MOSUL, Iraq — The family of a Reuters photographer killed in an American military airstrike watched the video of it late Monday and burst into tears as they saw what appeared to be the crews of two American Apache attack helicopters kill their son and 11 other people, gloating at what the crewmen seemed to think was a successful strike on insurgents. “At last the truth has been revealed, and I’m satisfied God revealed the truth,” said Noor Eldeen, the father of the photographer, Namir Noor-Eldeen, who was 22 when he was killed in July 2007. “If such an incident took place in America, even if an animal were killed like this, what would they do?” Other family ...

World Health Organisation To Probe Rise In Iraq's Deformed Babies
Post Date: 2010-04-01 11:36:13 by Brian S
The World Health Organisation has pledged to carry out an independent study into the rise in birth deformities in the Iraqi city of Fallujah. Sky News first exposed the problem almost two years ago when we reported on babies like Fatima Ahmed, who was born with two heads. In May 2008, her mother Shukriya pleaded for help to understand what went so wrong with her child. Since then the rate of birth deformities has increased, with doctors and undertakers telling us they see several cases of abnormalities every day. Over the months Sky News has revealed a catalogue of case studies including children born with missing limbs, abnormal abdomens and all sorts of congenital disorders. ...

Lady Gaga Versus Mideast Peace - NeoCon Absurdity Taken To New Heights
Post Date: 2010-04-01 09:59:09 by war
Pop quiz—What does more to galvanize radical anti-American sentiment in the Muslim world: (a) Israeli settlements on the West Bank; or (b) a Lady Gaga music video? If your answer is (b) it means you probably have a grasp of the historical roots of modern jihadism. If, however, you answered (a), then congratulations: You are perfectly in synch with the new Beltway conventional wisdom, now jointly defined by Pat Buchanan and his strange bedfellows within the Obama administration. What is that wisdom? In a March 26 column in Human Events, Mr. Buchanan put the case with his usual subtlety: "Each new report of settlement expansion," he wrote, "each new seizure of ...

Iraqi Children's Growth Stunted By War, Says Study
Post Date: 2010-03-29 19:00:59 by Brian S
Iraqi children born in the most violent areas are shorter than those born in other parts of the country, UK researchers have found. The team looked at data from Iraq's central statistics office and said under-fives from these areas were on average 0.8cm (0.3in) shorter. Low height can be linked to poor diet and sanitation. The University of London work is being presented at the Royal Economic Society annual conference. The author says the study shows the conflict damaged children's health. The study analysed the height of children during the the first three years of the war and found that "stunting" was a serious problem among those born in provinces in the south and ...

Sorry, Rove, Bush Did Lie About Iraq
Post Date: 2010-03-12 10:46:56 by go65
With the publication of Karl Rove's memoir, the American public can expect a reprise of the argument that it was unfair for anyone to accuse President Bush of lying about Iraq. George W. Bush’s political adviser Karl Rove claims “one of the biggest mistakes” of that presidency was not aggressively challenging critics who charged that Bush “lied” to the American people about the reasons for the Iraq War, an accusation that Rove insists was false and unfair. In his forthcoming book, Courage and Consequence, Rove calls the “lie” charge “a poison-tipped dagger aimed at the heart of the Bush presidency” and blames himself for “a weak ...

Bush’s Ex-Spokesman: Rove ‘Living In His Own World’
Post Date: 2010-03-10 13:18:13 by Brian S
Karl Rove has been accused by prominent journalists of distorting and rewriting history in his new memoir Courage and Consequence. Now, he's being rebuked as a fabricator by one of his close former colleagues in the Bush White House.Former Bush press secretary Scott McClellan on Tuesday sharply rebuked Rove for absolving himself of personal complicity in the Valerie Plame scandal, alleging that the top Bush strategist privately confessed his role in the leak and apologized for it three times."I think what you're seeing is that Karl is continuing to live in his own world here," McClellan said in an appearance on MSNBC's Countdown With Keith Olbermann ...

Obama Keeps U.S. Troop Withdrawal Plan After Iraq Poll
Post Date: 2010-03-07 19:17:54 by Brian S
(Reuters) - President Barack Obama called Iraq's election an "important milestone" on Sunday despite deadly violence, praising Iraqi security forces and repeating his end-2011 goal for removing all U.S. troops from the country. Scores of mortar rounds, rockets and roadside bombs exploded near polling stations across Iraq, killing 38 people, in an apparent effort to scare voters participating in the election for Iraq's second full-term parliament since the 2003 U.S. invasion. Obama praised millions of Iraqis for turning out to vote despite the attacks. "As expected, there were some incidents of violence as al Qaeda in Iraq and other extremists tried to disrupt ...

Rove Admits To Error On Iraq As Bush Strategist
Post Date: 2010-03-02 19:20:04 by Brian S
(03-02) 15:50 PST NEW YORK, (AP) -- Political strategist Karl Rove says President George W. Bush made the right decision to launch the Iraq war in 2003, but the former White House adviser admits the failure to find weapons of mass destruction badly damaged the administration's credibility. In his new memoir, "Courage and Consequence," Rove blames himself for not pushing back against claims that Bush had taken the country to war under false pretenses, calling it one of the worst mistakes he made during the Bush presidency. Rove says Bush did not knowingly mislead the American public about the existence of such weapons. The Associated Press obtained a copy of the book in ...

Read it and Weep: Military Suicides Are Causing Civilian Casualties, Too
Post Date: 2010-03-01 23:26:03 by Fred Mertz
WASHINGTON - Sgt. 1st Class Daniel Wimmer charmed potential Army recruits with a movie star's smile, but somehow it never quite reached his eyes, even when he was cradling his newborn twin daughters. Whenever he closed his eyes, he dreamed of his own dead body swinging from a rope, his feet dangling just above a chair. When those nightmares eventually blurred, the Persian Gulf veteran and former Army recruiter began trying to recreate their grisly images. He tried to kill himself with pills in the woods, and a razor blade in a hotel room, and every suicide attempt drew his wife, Jennifer, and their four daughters deeper into his dark world. Jennifer learned that his fourth suicide ...

How Powerful is George W Bush?
Post Date: 2010-02-05 13:28:02 by dont eat that
I listen to progressive talk radio while driving, instead of texting. I was stunned to hear George Bush (W) getting blamed for the recent Toyota crisis. The reasoning was that W orchestrated massive corporate deregulation during his presidency. This is only one example of the incredible reach of this seemingly simple man. Hardly a speech goes by that Obama does not mention what he “inherited” from W. After Obama’s first stimulus package he said the plan would keep unemployment from going above 8%. Now that it’s way over that mark, we are told that W’s impact was more powerful than anyone could imagine. W is the devil in the details of the global economic crisis. ...

Chirac: Bush Half-Cracked When He Started His Iraq War
Post Date: 2010-01-30 13:17:52 by Brian S
Incredibly, President George W. Bush told French President Jacques Chirac in early 2003 that Iraq must be invaded to thwart Gog and Magog, the Bible’s satanic agents of the Apocalypse. Honest. This isn’t a joke. The president of the United States, in a top-secret phone call to a major European ally, asked for French troops to join American soldiers in attacking Iraq as a mission from God. Now out of office, Chirac recounts that the American leader appealed to their “common faith” (Christianity) and told him: “Gog and Magog are at work in the Middle East…. The biblical prophecies are being fulfilled…. This confrontation is willed by God, who wants to use ...

CIA Man Retracts Claim on Waterboarding
Post Date: 2010-01-27 11:20:40 by go65
Well, it's official now: John Kiriakou, the former CIA operative who affirmed claims that waterboarding quickly unloosed the tongues of hard-core terrorists, says he didn't know what he was talking about. Kiriakou, a 15-year veteran of the agency's intelligence analysis and operations directorates, electrified the hand-wringing national debate over torture in December 2007 when he told ABC's Brian Ross and Richard Esposito in a much ballyhooed, exclusive interview that senior al Qaeda commando Abu Zubaydah cracked after only one application of the face cloth and water. "From that day on, he answered every question," Kiriakou said. "The threat information he ...

U.S. Wrestling With Olive Branch for Taliban
Post Date: 2010-01-27 08:21:33 by war
WASHINGTON — As the Obama administration pours 30,000 additional troops into Afghanistan, it has begun grappling with the next great dilemma of this long war: whether to reconcile with the men who sheltered Osama bin Laden and who still have close ties to Al Qaeda. The Afghan president, Hamid Karzai, has said he wants to reach out to the leaders of the Taliban, and administration officials acknowledge privately that they are considering the idea. But they warn that the plan is rife with political risk at home and could jeopardize a widely backed effort to lure lower-ranking, more amenable Taliban fighters back into Afghan society. The debate, still in its early stages, could shape ...

Lieberman Rips FBI For Respecting USCON
Post Date: 2010-01-26 08:04:31 by war
Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) is joining Republicans in ripping the FBI for reading Miranda rights to the would-be airline bomber, saying the administration made a mistake and should transfer Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab to military custody. “We write to urge the administration to immediately transfer Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab, a foreign terrorist, to the Department of Defense to be held as an unprivileged enemy belligerent (UEB) and questioned and charged accordingly,” said Lieberman, the chairman of the Senate Homeland Security Committee, in a letter to President Barack Obama on Monday. Ranking member Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) also signed the letter. Two dozen other ...

The Bushes vs. Perry: No love lost here
Post Date: 2010-01-22 13:35:52 by Badeye
The Bushes vs. Perry: No love lost here Texas on the Potomac is pleased to share with you the best Washington-related content from the Texas Tribune. Today, we feature an excellent analysis by Elise Hu on the Bush family's relationship with Rick Perry. At 9:45 this morning, George H.W. Bush opened up his West Houston home to the press to make what is, for the octogenarian former president, a rare overtly political announcement: In the intra-Republican party fight for Texas governor, 41 has chosen U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison over Gov. Rick Perry. AP photo George H.W. Bush at the 2008 GOP convention. He joins his close friend, longtime consigliere, and former White House ...

Suicide Prevention Continues To Elude Army Leaders
Post Date: 2010-01-13 09:14:04 by Fred Mertz
While the Army has devoted unprecedented resources and attention to the increasing suicide rate of soldiers, service leaders still don't have a good handle on how to prevent troops from taking their own lives. "It's deeply disconcerting," said Col. Elspeth Ritchie, a psychiatrist and the Army's director of behavioral health. "We've been working on this for a long time, yet still we had eight active-duty suicides in the first eight days of this year." Ritchie made the remarks Monday during a conference on suicide prevention in Washington held jointly by the Defense and Veterans Affairs departments. Army suicide rates have risen annually for the past ...

President Bush: Great foreign policy leader
Post Date: 2009-12-17 08:52:10 by dont eat that
After 9/11, President Bush in both his statements and actions, proved to the world America would not tolerate acts of terror. He did exactly what he was supposed to; held the nation together and defended us from further attacks. Bush worked with members of congress in creating the department of homeland security, increasing defense spending, and investing in human intelligence. Bush's administration implemented the USAPatriot Act to defend us here at home. President Bush liberated 50 million people. 50 million people who lived in terror are now free. Bush also began the fight to chase away the taliban and captured various leaders of terrorist organizations. Did Bush change the GOP? ...

Bush closes the gap (SCARY)
Post Date: 2009-12-10 23:45:56 by Ibluafartsky
December 09, 2009 Categories:Polls Bush closes the gap Public Policy Polling: Perhaps the greatest measure of Obama's declining support is that just 50% of voters now say they prefer having him as President to George W. Bush, with 44% saying they'd rather have his predecessor. Given the horrendous approval ratings Bush showed during his final term that's somewhat of a surprise and an indication that voters are increasingly placing the blame on Obama for the country's difficulties instead of giving him space because of the tough situation he inherited. The closeness in the Obama/Bush numbers also has implications for the 2010 elections. Using the Bush card may not be ...

At least 127 killed as explosions rock Baghdad
Post Date: 2009-12-08 13:18:00 by Bickus Dickus
At least 127 killed as explosions rock Baghdad About 450 people also are wounded as four car bombings within 30 minutes gut portions of the city. Reporting from Baghdad - Car bombs exploded amid busy streets and official buildings in Baghdad this morning, killing at least 127 people and wounding 450 more, in the latest assault on the Iraqi government by militants, according to police officials. Four car bombs shook the city on its eastern and western sides in the span of about 30 minutes, starting around 10:10 am, police officials said. One blast gutted portions of the city's main courthouse on the western side of the Tigris River; another lay waste to a street in front of ...

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