Thursday, December 08, 2005

"It is absolutely the responsibility of every U.S. service member, if they see inhumane treatment being conducted, to intervene to stop it."
~Peter Pace, Marine Corps Gen. chairman of the military's Joint Chiefs of Staff

Conde: Say IT Isn't SO!
In a news conference in Ukraine, Rice neither gave examples of banned practices, nor defined the meaning of cruel or degrading….she didn't say if the rules would apply to private contractors or foreign interrogators….she made no mention of whether exceptions would be allowed.

Empires R Us
The "godfather" of neoconservatism, Mr. Kristol was part of the "New York Intellectuals," a group of critics mainly of Eastern European Jewish descent. In the late 1930s, he studied at City College of New York where he became a Trotskyist

Romanians Look to US Bases with HOPE
"We hope that if the Americans come …we will have drinkable water in the village” …they are hoping their daughters will marry U.S. soldiers and go America.

US Report Challenges Drug War
A U.S. government report to be released next week raises serious questions about the effectiveness of the multibillion-dollar U.S. anti-drug campaign in Colombia, despite moves by the Bush administration to extend the program.
Congress recently approved $712 million in fiscal year 2005-06 for the Andean Counter Drug Initiative, an antidrug aid package for South America.

Mexi Drug Cartel Controls Elite-type FBI
This week the attorney general's office released a report showing that far from being incorruptible, 1,493 officers of the new Federal Investigation Agency -- or around one-in-five of the force -- are under investigation for committing crimes

BushCo Wants Election Reform in Venezuela
As the Chavez Administration sends millions of barrels of oil to poor urban areas in the U.S.-the Bush Regime millions of Americans youth to die in foreign wars. Which country truly needs electoral reform?

BushCo Wants Social Security for Illegal Aliens
Illegal aliens who work under borrowed, stolen or fraudulent Social Security numbers could collect retirement benefits based on their illegal earnings.

Deputies Post Bail on Inmates Death
"James Moore (victim) didn't deserve to be beaten to death on a gurney"
By the three defendants have had a complaint history of excessive force.

AZ Sheriff Sued By Reservist
In a Maricopa County Superior Court lawsuit, Patrick Haab also accused Sheriff Joe Arpaio of acting with an "evil hand" and "being guided by an evil mind" for disclosing Haab's military records.

Liberal Media Played Race Card on Katrina
Of the identified victims released to families from a makeshift New Orleans morgue:
44 percent were African-American, 47 percent Caucasian, 3 percent Hispanic and 8 percent unknown. Nor were blacks the only ones to see their homes destroyed. Katrina's storm surge demolished 95 percent of the homes in 95 percent white St. Bernard parish.

Ann Coulter Gets Leftied, Where Misogyny Grows
Yesterday in her home State Connecticut, conservative columnist Ann Coulter gave up trying to finish a speech at the University of Connecticut on Wednesday night when boos and jeers from the audience became overwhelming.

High Court Rules to Call Old Student Loans
The government can seize a person's Social Security benefits to pay old student loans.
The student loan case is Lockhart v. U.S., 04-881

A Revolution Leaves No MEN to Love
These designer children suffer just like children without fathers have always suffered. Daughters lack that first male to measure men by, and they are more likely to engage in destructive sexual relations at earlier ages than girls raised with fathers. Sons lack a man to model themselves after, and often never learn the discipline to control male aggressiveness.

Artic People file Suit Against BushCo
The Inuit Circumpolar Conference (ICC), representing native people in the vast, sparsely-populated region girdling the Earth's far north, said they had petitioned an inter-American panel to seek relief for Canadian and US Inuit.

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