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Archive for the Month of September, 2005.
Viewing ALL NEWS articles 451 through 476 of 476.


September 29, 2005

The Danger of Standing Armies - Born of the abuses of the Reconstruction era and the stolen election of 1876, the PCA prohibits the use of federal troops (or national guardsmen under federal control) unless specifically authorized by an act of Congress. In short, it is the main obstacle in the path of creating an American police state. Therefore it is not surprising that there has been an increase in "chatter" about scrapping the law.
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John Doe challenges PATRIOT Act gag order - Ann Beeson, ACLU associate legal director and lead attorney in the case, said "the court has recognized that gagging our client from participating in the PATRIOT Act debate violates the First Amendment and is profoundly undemocratic. Today's ruling makes clear that the government cannot silence innocent Americans simply by invoking national security."
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Bush's Depression: Been There, Reported That - Depressed and demoralized White House staffers say working at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue is 'life in a hellhole" as they try to deal with a sullen, moody President whose temper tantrums drive staffers crying from the room and bring the business of running the country to a halt.
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Demotion of a Prosecutor Is Investigated - The Justice Department's inspector general and the F.B.I. are looking into the demotion of a veteran federal prosecutor whose reassignment nearly three years ago shut down a criminal investigation of the Washington lobbyist Jack Abramoff, current and former department officials report.
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Bohemian Grove Employee Blows the Whistle on Inside Events - "Kyle" went on record as saying he witnessed Colin Powell, Justice Clarance Thomas, Governor of New Mexico Bill Richardson all in attendance at this year's encampment.
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WHAT THE $#@^#! BLACKWATER AND THE RED CROSS - Blackwater Security is now providing security to the Red Cross! That's right, you heard correctly. Armed mecenaries are providing security to a (supposedly) humanitarian relief organization.
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EPA tells polluters it wants less data - Rule changes would let firms emit more before reporting it
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Judge orders release of Abu Ghraib abuse pictures - The written ruling came in response to a Freedom of Information Act suit filed in 2003 by civil rights groups, including the American Civil Liberties Union, over treatment of U.S.-held detainees in Iraq, Afghanistan and Guantanamo Bay.
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The U.S. Has Plans to Invade Iran Before Bush's Term Ends - We simply cannot permit the Bush "war party" to run roughshod over America's democracy once again.
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82-Year-Old Manhandled, Ejected From Labour Conference After Criticizing "Nonsense" War - Walter Wolfgang, a party member for 57 years, was bundled out of the conference hall by stewards after shouting "nonsense" as Mr Straw, the Foreign Secretary, defended Britain's role in Iraq. He was later stopped under anti-terrorist powers as he tried to re-enter the hall.
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A televisual fairyland - The US media is disciplined by corporate America into promoting the Republican cause
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September 30, 2005

In U.S.-Protected Greenzone, Iraq's Leader Hands Out Cash - Not unlike the regime of Saddam Hussein and from the relative security of the U.S.-protected Greenzone, today’s Iraqi government hands out cash to visiting dignitaries. And just as before, the source of the funds and where these monies are ultimately deposited remains a mystery, according to the article from Iraq’s Azzaman newspaper.
(1881 views)

Hammer to the Slammer - Cruisegate: Curtains for the GOPMOB - The investigation into the 4-year old murder of Sun Cruz Casino boat founder Konstantinos "Gus" Boulis in Fort Lauderdale has begun to reveal hidden connections between Republican lobbyist Jack Abramoff’s gargantuan fund-raising machine, essential to victory in the past two Presidential elections, and a cast of underworld characters not previously thought of as exemplifying what have come to be known as "Republican family values."
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US increasing Iraq-style pressure on Iran over its nuclear program - ...."Muslim" Pakistan is under pressure to abandon its nuclear programme but Hindu India is promised nuclear cooperation; zionist Israel has several hundred nuclear weapons but there is not even a hint of criticism, while Islamic Iran is threatened with military aggression for operating within the framework of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), to which it is a signatory."
(572 views)

Hyperactive disorder drug "raises risk of suicidal thoughts in children" - A drug taken by 15,000 children in the UK has been found to increase the risk of suicidal thoughts, the Government's medicines safety watchdog says.
(1082 views)

Inside the secretive Bilderberg Group - How much influence do private networks of the rich and powerful have on government policies and international relations? One group, the Bilderberg, has often attracted speculation that it forms a shadowy global government.
(1140 views)

Incoming FDNY chaplain questions 9/11 story - An imam slated to be sworn in Friday as the second Muslim chaplain in Fire Department history said he questioned whether 19 hijackers were responsible for the Sept. 11 terror attacks, and suggested a broader conspiracy may have brought down the Twin Towers and killed more than 2,700 people.
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The Bush spinmeisters' Kabuki dance with Patrick Fitzgerald. - Dick Cheney recently had surgery on two aneurysms behind his knees, thus taking him out of the public spotlight more than is the usual case. The Soviet leadership, which the Bush administration has striven so much to emulate, used to exile their sacked leaders to dachas in the countryside. Might the same thing be in store for a Vice President named as an unindicted co-conspirator in the CIA leak case?
(1299 views)

FCC Releases Orders for Internet Backdoor Wiretap Access - Quietly last week, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) released a 59-page document outlining new rules forcing broadband internet and voice-over-IP (VoIP) phone service providers to open up their systems to federal, state and local law enforcement officials.
(1728 views)

ITALY: US DIPLOMAT ACCUSED OF HEADING CIA KIDNAP OPERATION - Prosecutors in Italy have issued three more arrest warrants over the kidnapping of an Egyptian imam based in Milan by a team of CIA agents. Among those wanted in connection with the operation, which led to the man - Abu Omar - being tortured in Egypt, is a 38-year-old female CIA agent who was working as a diplomat at the US embassy in Rome and is said to have led the operation.
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US chaplain quits over 9/11 theory - The New York fire department's Muslim chaplain has abruptly resigned after saying in a published interview that a conspiracy, not 19 al-Qaida hijackers, may have been responsible for the 11 September attacks.
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Miller on a Scooter - The Judith Miller case doesn't make any more sense than it ever did.
(1145 views)

U.S. Insists on Keeping Control of Web - A senior U.S. official rejected calls on Thursday for a U.N. body to take over control of the main computers that direct traffic on the Internet, reiterating U.S. intentions to keep its historical role as the medium's principal overseer.
(1029 views)

Gitmo's Hunger Strikers - "I am slowly dying in this solitary prison cell," says Omar Deghayes, a British refugee and Guantánamo Bay prisoner. "I have no rights, no hope. So why not take my destiny into my own hands, and die for a principle?"
(868 views)

"We could be looking at $10-a-gallon gas this winter." - "Peak Oil is the single most important issue of the 21st century...The hurricanes, Katrina and Rita, may well be remembered as the start of our great energy war, just as Fort Sumpter was the beginning of our Civil War."
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Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble: Bush is Cooking Up Two New Wars - Mired in interminable conflict in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Bush administration is moving toward initiating two more wars, one with Iran and one with North Korea. With no US troops available, the Bush administration is revamping US war doctrine to allow for "preventative nuclear attack." In short, the Bush administration is planning to make the US the first country in history to initiate war with nuclear weapons.
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