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Archive for the Month of April, 2006.
Viewing Government / The Elite NEWS articles 1 through 36 of 36.
- Let us consider Scalia as the Mafia don of the Supremes and the highest court, responsible for appointing our would-be dictator, George W. Bush.
- The connections between the Bushes and Hinckleys...
- It’s all part of a concerted effort to send her packing to the political wilderness and deliver a stern message—criticism of the official fairy tale of nine eleven, as promulgated by Congress, the corporate media, and the neocons at the behest of the White House and the Pentagon, will not be tolerated. If racism is required in this effort, so be it.
- The odd Bangkok prostitute aside, no one's taken better care of Neil than his dear old mom.
- One president faces death for being shot at and one student will be in prison for most of his adult life for threatening another president. All presidents aren’t created equal.
- He is the warmonger’s war-monger.... He makes Bush look like Gandhi .... The prospect of President John McCain should scare the hell out of you.
- The story behind the story: DeLay's involvement with Florida gangland mobsters probed by prosecutors stymied by withheld FBI interview forms and obstruction from George W. and Jeb Bush.
- ...the mainstream media has ignored the sex perverts who dominate the Bush administration, from senior White House officials to lower level political appointees in various federal agencies...
- ...this move today is nothing more than the beginning of a frontal attack by Corporate America on the progressive movement, using the Democratic Party as an all-too-transparent cloak of legitimacy.
- McKinney---a longtime critic of covert operations and the CIA, US foreign policy, and the only member of Congress to address 9/11---has been singled out for intimidation, repeated police harassment ("security"), racial profiling, and a special brand of national mass media character assassination. And now, even the threat of jail.
- Three case studies
- It's a crime. No kidding. But the media has it all wrong. As usual.
- If former AIPAC policy director Steven Rosen and AIPAC senior Iran analyst Keith Weissman are convicted of espionage for acting as a conduit for Israeli spying in the United States, they should be sent to Israel...Larry Franklin should go with them. In fact, everybody who worked for the Office of Special Plans, where Franklin worked, should be arrested and sent to Israel.
- Antonin Scalia...called his 2004 decision not to recuse himself from a case involving his friend Vice President Dick Cheney the "proudest thing" he's done on the court.
- ...what Democrat has got the guts to stand up in front of the whoreporate media microphones and say: "You know what? The American people have been had. Our democratic republic does not exist. We are in the grips of murderous fascists who spit on the Constitution, or what little tiny scraps may be left of it, every chance they get. Not only that, but there’s every indication 9/11 didn’t go down the way we’ve all been led to believe it did and I demand answers NOW..."
- In case you've been having trouble recently in deciphering speeches and news reports, fragments of the Winglish-English Dictionary now being compiled:
- DHS is a ruse created from the ashes and rubble of the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and rural Pennsylvania to perpetuate even greater and more heinous crimes against the most vulnerable Americans: the children.
- The plane's registered owner, "Royal Sons LLC," a Florida air charter company, was at one time housed in a hanger at the Venice Fl. Airport owned by infamous flight school Huffman Aviation.
- They terrorize other government officials, and they’re so secretive that their names aren’t even revealed to a harmless federal employee directory. And they’ve helped ruin the country. Meet Dick Cheney’s staff.
- It’s said Rumsfeld has to go because Iraq is a disaster. I beg to differ—things are going swimmingly for the Straussian neocons in Iraq.
- The economics of militarism
- Cheney and the neocons are on for the duration.
- Not illegal but definitely soulless, cynical, opportunist, and greedty. So, no big surprise.
- It should come as no surprise Rice and other “officials” had “real-life dealings with the defendants in this case” since AIPAC essentially runs both the White House and Congress and has for some time.
- Intelligence insiders report that CIA Director Porter Goss has authorized the CIA to resume Iran-contra-era networks that is permitting former agency contractors to renew their illicit trade in drugs.
- Anthony J. Principi has held key positions at the Diamond Bar medical firm before and after heading the agency. Fees could exceed $1 billion.
- It's not the $2 million tax refund. It's the $211,465.
- ...professionals counter-attack with leaks and stories linking Bush, Sr. and Goss to past drug smuggling.
- Something's VERY fishy about this.
- If Armitage gets this kind of gilded wheeze for mere minioning in some of the most murderous operations of the past half-century, then great googily-moogily, what's George W. going to get, when he retires, for actually being the trigger-man for the world-convulsing killing spree in Iraq?
- One of the consistent deformities in American policy debate has been challenged by a couple of professors, and the reaction proves their point so neatly it’s almost funny.
- With "progressives" like this, hyping the "danger" of Iran and refusing to "take any option off the table," why worry about FOX News and the right wing?
- Call in and ask either Sean Hannity or Alan Colmes at Fox News during their radio shows about the Bohemian Grove and you're likely to get hung up on, yelled at, or personally attacked.
- Or, How We've Learned To Tell When Bush Is Lying?
- What role did Tom DeLay and Jack Abramoff play in allowing American companies to profit by exploiting tens of thousands of female workers in the Northern Marianas Islands?
- According to individuals close to the FBI fishing expedition, the actual documents the FBI wanted to seize were files Anderson collected in the 1960s that linked George H. W. Bush's activities in Texas in 1963 to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas on November 22 of that year.
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