Tuesday, January 10, 2006

"A judge can't have any agenda . . . and a judge certainly doesn't have a client. The judge's only obligation -- and it's a solemn obligation -- is to the rule of law."
~ Judge Sam Alito

US Resists Junk Justice
JAIL for Judges is sweeping the Nation
stands for "Judicial Accountability Initiative Law"

The BluePrint for Tyranny
Audio and text in above link…the powers of the president have never been greater…the judicial system has been subverted, along with civil liberties.

Whistleblower Reports on NSA
F.B.I. agents that were possibly passing secret counterintelligence information to a Chinese double agent, Katrina Leung, and I sent a secure message back to the D.I.A. counterintelligence officer, and I said I think the F.B.I. is incompetent, and the retaliation came down on me like a ton of bricks.

Building Legacy on Ill-Repute
Extra judicial assassinations, mass home demolitions, the construction of hideous barriers and walls, population transfers and illegal annexations — these were his stock in trade as "a man of courage and peace."

US Troops Build Wall to Detain Iraqis
"We oppose the building of this wall because it makes the city looks like a detention center"

It's the Noble Enterprise
In his memoirs, Mr Bremer accuses Pentagon officials of setting him up to take the fall for the postwar failures in Iraq.

Shutdown Gitmo
Armchair activism, be the enforcer on Gitmo

Standing Against Tyranny
Speaking out against BushCo

NAFTA Disasta to Enviroment
Mexican government said it has "responded, in a timely manner and using a fair, open and equitable procedure, to a total of 173 citizen complaints."

AZ Gov Desperately Seeks Re-Election
After permitting 3-10,000 illegal aliens cross AZ Borders daily, during her first term in office, the pro-illegal governor Napolitano is full of…promises

Lefties, the Anathema to Private Wealth
When it comes to lifting people out of poverty, redistribution of income and wealth has a much poorer and more spotty track record than the creation of wealth.

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