Feb 29th, 2008
Hope I am not going to get myself in trouble over this. I had my usual afternoon java at starbucks, the usuals were there, a agrument insued. The agrument was if suicide bombers were cowards or not? All the clutter aside, talking about the actual...
The Enemy Within
The Enemy Within Saturday, 18, September, 2004 The disclosure of yet another round of spying by the Israelis deep into the affairs of the US government comes as no surprise to most people in this part of the world. But what should concern most...
First Lady's Speech Interrupted By Dead Soldier's Mother
NBC10.com First Lady's Speech Interrupted By Dead Soldier's Mother Woman Blames Bush For Son's Death POSTED: 12:20 PM EDT September 16, 2004 UPDATED: 6:11 PM EDT September 16, 2004 HAMILTON, N.J. -- First lady Laura Bush made a campaign stop in...
Our dear world leaders...
This is an article written by a Montreal journalist, Richard Martineau, it shows you how absurd is the way our leaders do politics, how hypocrite they are. For those of you who can read french, here's the link: ...
Barriers to Peace
Barriers to Peace (Middle East Report 223, Summer 2002) Israel's Occupation Turns 35: Avi Shlaim on History and the Current Impasse Avi Shlaim, a well-known Israeli historian, teaches international relations at St. Antony's College, Oxford. His...
U.S. Weapons Inspector: Iraq Had No WMD
U.S. Weapons Inspector: Iraq Had No WMD Sep 17, 12:19 AM (ET) By KATHERINE PFLEGER SHRADER WASHINGTON (AP) - Drafts of a report from the top U.S. inspector in Iraq conclude there were no stockpiles of weapons of mass destruction, but say there are...
US may run out of guard and reserve troops for war on terror
US may run out of guard and reserve troops for war on terrorism: report Wed Sep 15, 4:14 PM ET WASHINGTON (AFP) - The US military may run out of national guard and reserve troops for the war on terrorism because of existing limits on involuntary...
Leave Iraq or Be Expelled
The US is losing in Iraq. Which means it will be politically impossible for the US to attack or invade Syria, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon; the rest of the "list". Which may explain why Israel has suddenly started to cozy up to Russia. So, looking...
Sep 16th, 2004 by Jillyvn
Name the October Surprise?
Hey, newbie here. Not sure if you guys are following the American election, but in case there are any other junkies out there, I thought I'd give you this link: I listen to Air America radio at work. I'm sure...
Forgotten Christians: not all displaced Palestinians are Mus
Forgotten Christians: not all displaced Palestinians are Muslims. By Anders Strindberg May 24, 2004 Mel Gibsons The Passion of the Christ is playing to full houses in the Syrian capital Damascus. Watching it here turns out to be much the same...
Well since I have a small interest in politics, I am bombard by people sending me websites to read. It boggles my pea mind! The bug man seems to be well informed on things other than arachrophobia stuff. This I found was a really good website he showed...
Sep 13th, 2004 by peapod
This is an interesting article, the more you read this stuff, the harder it is to figure out what is going on :?
US pulls the plug on Muslim websites
Middle East dispatch US pulls the plug on Muslim websites Islamic groups have condemned a government crackdown on a Texan telecoms company as part of a "witch-hunt", writes Brian Whitaker Guardian Unlimited Monday September 10, 2001
Groveling Muslims: More RNC Dirty Tricks?
9/10/2004 Groveling Muslims: More RNC Dirty Tricks? Filed under: Politics Kurt @ 10:47 pm Brenda Lee has nothing on the Muslims. If youre an old fart like me, you will remember Brendas 1960 hit, Im Sorry. If we are to believe the Moonies...
Sep 10th, 2004 by someguy
Election postponed ?
The following was sent to me. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Exclusive: Election Day Worries Newsweek American counterterrorism officials, citing what they call "alarming" intelligence about a...
U.S. death toll in Iraq surpasses 1,000
U.S. death toll in Iraq surpasses 1,000 Associated Press BAGHDAD, Iraq - A spate of attacks, including a suicide car bombing, pushed the number of U.S. military deaths in the Iraq campaign past 1,000, with the majority inflicted by an insurgency that...
Sep 3rd, 2004 by bogie
The moon landing was a hoax!
I always wonder how the united states managed to land in outer space on the moon. Do you believe that there was landing on the moon?? There are too many irregularities and it just makes no sense to me that man made it to...
BUsh by numbers
Here is interesting article on some numbers Bush left out of his speech last night. (Edited by Administration: Fixed URL)
Sep 2nd, 2004 by sparky
HA! You thought you were rid of me for awhile! We have come to town for grub....no starbucks here :cry: But an internet cafe :D Everbody else is checking their e-mails, what do I do I go to the board...distrubing! If I make typing errors so what! I am in...
Aug 17th, 2004 by vista
Terrorism...are there really any anwsers?
We can not predict the acts of terrorists, as we live in a world of uncertainty and chaos with death and destruction surrounding us everyday. From the moment we get up until we go to bed,we are constantly bombarded with it's images,in the...
Aug 1st, 2004 by Spock
Israel's barrier illegal: World court
Israel's barrier illegal: World court Reparations should be paid to Palestinians; Calls for UN action BY ARTHUR MAX ASSOCIATED PRESS THE HAGUE, Netherlands Israel's barrier in the West Bank violates international law, the highest UN court...
The First Principle of Democracy.
The first principle of democracy is this, that given the opportunity, most people will vote for the person who's going to win.
(by American Voice)
Pentagon: Bush Military Records Destroyed Updated 10:49 AM ET July 9, 2004 WASHINGTON (AP) - Military payroll records that could more fully document President Bush's whereabouts during his service in the Texas Air National Guard were inadvertently...
(by American Voice)
Jul 29th, 2004 by Spock
Torturing Children By William Rivers Pitt t r u t h o u t | Perspective Tuesday 20 July 2004 The biggest story of the Iraq war is not about missing weapons of mass destruction, or about deep-cover CIA officers getting their...
Jul 22nd, 2004 by Andem
Colonizing Iraq? by Paul Craig Roberts Will President Bush share with the American people the reason he is planning a long-term American military occupation of Iraq? You ask, "Isn't the occupation scheduled to end on June 30 when we hand rule...
The UN, Human Rights Groups, Aid Agencies, and Canada
Since we managed to drag the other thread on the UN way off topic, I thought I'd start a new one. I'm not sure exactly where we were when we got lost but I thought I'd expand the title a bit. In my view, Canada should be working through the UN a lot...
(by Reverend Blair)
Don't blame Arafat
Don't blame Arafat Camp David failed because Israeli hardliners manipulated intelligence David Hirst Saturday July 17, 2004 The Guardian In his memoirs, the former US president Bill Clinton writes that the Camp David summit, of which this...
Is Saddam Hussein really in custody?
Conspiracy Theory, whatever. It looks to me that they don't have the real Saddam Hussein in custody. He just seems different to pictures I've seen of Saddam in the past. Here's the article that I was reading at Pravda.ru:...
Israel Asks U.S. for Support at U.N. Over Barrier
By Megan Goldin JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel has asked Washington to block any U.N. Security Council resolution that would act on Friday's World Court ruling that Israel's West Bank barrier is illegal, Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom said Saturday. ...
Will Anyone Dare to Ask Why?
We have just experienced the shock of the most spectacular and deadly terror attack in modern history. In an almost surreal scene from a Hollywood movie, on September 11, 2001 hijacked passenger planes crashed directly into the New York World Trade Center...
THE ZEALOTS On a late winters day, a slight, blue-eyed boy rode a bicycle down an empty street in the militant Jewish ghetto of Hebron, in the West Bank. Clipped to the boys hair was a green kipa, crocheted and oversized in the style of the...
Senate Report Sees No Formal Iraq-Qaeda Ties
By Caroline Drees, Security Correspondent WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Contacts between Iraq and al Qaeda in the 1990s never led to a formal relationship and there is no evidence Iraq helped conduct an al Qaeda attack, a report by a bipartisan Senate...
And than they thinks they're tolerant...
Criss de tabarnac. Sa dépasse toutes les discriminations (oh combien il y en as) envers la population francophone du Canada. NOUVEAU BRUNSWICK, 2 ième province la plus francophone et la seule à avoir officiellement le statut de bilingue.........REFUSE à...
Jul 7th, 2004 by Numure
After the deafeat in a traditional libéral circonscription, the first conselor of forme MP Yolande Thibeault told to journalism.... - Allez-voir le nègre qu'on vient d'élire- Wich could mean....go see the nigger we just elected. We was talking...
Great New Site for Opposing US Political Viewpoints
Here's a great new site for opposing US political views. The editors at The New Republic and The National Review have at it, in an insightful, cogent and reflective way. Check it out-- it's worth a look see.
Iraq sovereignty, how will we know?
A sovereign Iraq, how will we recognize it when we see it? When local banks are willing to cash Iraq government payroll checks issued over the signature of President Ghazi Al-Yawer, and the cashees are willing to accept Iraq currency in exchange;...
(by American Voice)
Like Napoleon on Elba?
So, what should become of Saddam Hussein? Is it possible he could return to power, like Bonaparte returning from exile on the island of Elba?
(by American Voice)
Jun 25th, 2004 by Numure
Bill Clinton's book.
As some of you may have heard--here there's no escape--former-President Bill Clinton has a book out, a memoir titled "My Life." Our municipal library system has purchased 179 copies. I placed a reserve this morning. I am number 618 on the waiting list....
(by American Voice)
Attack of the Wolfman
June 24, 2004 OP-ED COLUMNIST Attack of the Wolfman By MAUREEN DOWD WASHINGTON It would be hard to top the grandiosity of Bill Clinton's self-pity. The man, after all, compared himself to communism with a straight face. Talking to the...
CIA insider says U.S. fighting wrong war
June 23: An anonymous CIA officer is making controversial claims in a book about terrorism, saying the U.S. is fighting the wrong war in the wrong place. NBC's Andrea Mitchell reports.