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- Ma Bush is typical of the inbred, filthy rich power elite who think they are superior to everyone else and have some divine right to rule the world by sacrificing the blood of the peasants' children in wars for empire.
- ...the most interesting charge against Brown is that he helped speed up payments in Florida and purposely bypassed FEMAís lengthy reviews process for distributing funds in order to help Bush secure votes in the state during last yearís presidential election.
- A conservative German minister in a southern state has caused uproar by saying U.S. President George W. Bush should be "shot down" for his handling of the crisis in hurricane-struck New Orleans.
- "The mafia and the CIA together were involved in the Kennedy assassination."
- Douglas Feith, the recently resigned undersecretary of defense, who just happened to be one of the main people who for years on end advocated for a war in Iraq, and who in large part developed the disastrous policies for the war in Iraq, planned ahead for his retirement and will not be seen in the unemployment line.
- The CIA "Killer's Manual" "art' of assassination as if it was a mandatory college course.
- The house, listed at $2.9 million, backs up in spectacular fashion to an inlet of the Chesapeake Bay. "Right out by [Defense Secretary Donald H.] Rumsfeld's," said Charles Mangold Sr., whose Benson & Mangold agency brokers high-end estates in the area. "It's under contract, but he hasn't settled yet."
- The government is withholding more data than ever from the public and expanding ways of shrouding information. Last year, federal agencies spent a record $148 creating and storing new secrets for each $1 spent declassifying old secrets, a coalition of watchdog groups reported yesterday.
- Forget the state ceremonies for the deceased Chief Justice. Just put a crease in the soil at Potterís field and kick a few leaves over the hardening carcass. If it was up to me, Rehnquist would never be buried on American soil. The man betrayed his country and his name should be struck from the history books.
- Defense Department Inspector General Joseph E. Schmitz told staffers this week that he intended to resign as of Sept. 9 to take a job with the parent company of Blackwater USA, a defense contractor.
- Independent democrats say Gallup's response is dishonest and the company is using a double standard when considering the nationwide poll run during the Clinton presidency.
- To no one's surprise, Havana has a distinct dislike for the administration of George W. Bush. In this op-ed from Cuba's Juventud Rebelde, the case for having Bush committed as insane is made using the latest polling data from AP-Ipso, which, the author writes, indicates that Bush's grasp of reality is in serious doubt.
- According to intelligence insiders, a new nexus of the investigation is the intelligence relationship discovered between AIPAC and the American Turkish Council (ATC). As with the AIPAC and Mossad penetration of the Pentagon, a similar ATC and Turkish intelligence penetration of the Defense Department was discovered.
- Division 4 witness testimony and his teamís suppressed and classified final report named former Presidents Bill Clinton and George H. W. Bush, President George W. Bush and Senator Hillary Clinton among others as being involved in orchestrating the assassination of John F. Kennedy Jr.
- The best way to stop the Bush-Cheney coming Apocalypse is impeachment. The second, a much weaker approach and not nearly as effective, is via the alternative media. AM writers need to continue to elaborate, report on, and predict our government,s next terrorist act against US. And make no mistake - the AM has already made a difference.
- Evangelical programs on Capitol Hill seek to mold a new generation of leaders who will answer not to voters, but to God.
- Getting President Bush from here to there consumes an enormous amount of fuel, whether he's aboard Air Force One, riding in a helicopter or on the ground in a heavily armored limousine. The bill gets steeper every day as the White House is rocked by the same energy prices as regular drivers. Taxpayers still foot the bill.
- You know that four Bush biographers have supposedly committed suicide? Four? One journalist/statistician/actuary wrote a recent article on the probabilities of this happening. He concluded that it was as close to totally impossible as possible.
- In the spirit of the Soviet "psikhushka" psychiatric hospitals where anti-regime dissidents were sent, NSA is using psychologists to eliminate independent-minded intelligence analysts and other career employees. Adverse psychiatric evaluations of experienced NSA professionals are being used by the neocons controlling the agency to gut America's signals intelligence and information security capabilities.
- One of the top U.S. contractors in Iraq was also intimately involved in the Bin Laden global financial empire.
- French law enforcement authorities who are investigating a major international fraud scheme involving bribes paid to Nigerian officials by Halliburton's Kellogg, Brown and Root subsidiary (while Dick Cheney was President and CEO)...
- ...we have all come to see that the Congress, supposedly our representatives for the fifty sovereign and independent state governments, the Senate, and the direct representatives of the people, the House of Representatives, both represent only those that contribute the largest bribes to its members. These are sanitized under the guise of "campaign contributions"
- HE'S EYEING UP £250K JOB WITH ARMS TRADE LINK FIRM
- Our Satan calls himself "The Company." We finance him and his equipment and his thousands of "company (CIA) demons" with multibillions of our tax dollars. We authorize him to use whatever methods he desires, unrestricted by law or morality. We expect his demons to use fraud, cheating, bribery, extortion, forgery, theft, burglary, assault, kidnapping, interrogation by torture and mayhem, biological and chemical warfare, murder, and leader assassination in performing their duties.
- Later this month, George W. Bush will surpass Ronald Reagan as our most vacationing president.
- He's too ethnocentric and masculine to express grief for others. Hence why he has been the ideal marionette to act out the callous neo-con agenda. The perfect bobbing head to rally support for the most right wing of causes.
- The second-highest diplomat at the United States Embassy in Baghdad is one of the anonymous government officials cited in an Aug. 4 indictment as having provided classified information to an employee of a pro-Israel lobbying group, people who have been officially briefed on the case said Wednesday.
- Buy beleaguered, overworked White House aides enough drinks and they tell a sordid tale of an administration under siege, beset by bitter staff infighting and led by a man whose mood swings suggest paranoia bordering on schizophrenia.
- The original completion date of the house was November 7 - election day 2000. In other words, the curtain went up on the set on schedule for "show time." The very timing of this event indicates that Bush was absolutely confident that the election would be successfully engineered in his favor.
- White House officials told The Washington Post they fear someone in the Bush administration may be indicted regarding the leak of a covert CIA operative's name.
- Isn't it striking that everybody in the Bush Administration associated with the planning of the attack on Iraq, and the creation of the lies told to lead to that attack, are Jewish intellectuals with close ties to the extreme right-wing Zionists in Israel?
- Dick Cheney's tour to focus on oilsands
- If you "donate" enough money to the Bush Crime Family, you can still buy yourself an ambassadorship
- Pasadena residents didnít get to read about the exploits of local celebrity Dr. Robert Nelson, who, besides being a Jet Propulsion Lab photo analyst who helped present those dramatic photos of Saturnís rings and moons, also gave the lie to White House claims that the bulge seen on Bushís back during the presidential debates was "just a wrinkle."
- In another sign that Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald has uncovered some serious criminal wrongdoing in the investigation of the White House leak of Valerie Plame and her non-official cover network tracking weapons of mass destruction proliferation, outgoing Deputy Attorney General James Comey appointed career Justice Department attorney and Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General David Margolis as the person who will broadly oversee Fitzgerald's investigation.
- Washington lobbyist Jack Abramoff and a business partner were indicted by a federal grand jury in Fort Lauderdale on Thursday, charged with five counts of wire fraud and one count of conspiracy in their purchase of a fleet of Florida gambling boats from a businessman who was later killed in a gangland-style hit.
- Now Bunny Greenhouse may lose her job ó and her reputation, which she spent a lifetime building. She is a black woman in a world of mostly white men; a 60-year-old workaholic who abides neither fools nor frauds. But she is out of her element in this fight, her former boss said.
- Sherman Skolnick, who spearheaded the investigation into largest judicial bribery scandal in U.S. history in 1969, is now back again to finger crooked judges on the U.S. Supreme Court. Saying the Bush administration wants him arrested as a domestic terrorist, Skolnick claims Bush and his cronies are in hot water involving the Chicago grand jury investigation headed by Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald.
- Pentagon insiders report that it was Byrnes' policy disagreements with the Pentagon neo-cons over the new recruitment policies and the potential for calling up Army retirees and reinstating military conscription without adequate TRADOC funding that resulted in his firing. The personal misconduct charges were concocted by the Pentagon to cover up the fact that there are serious disagreements with Bush and Rumsfeld among the flag officer ranks in the military.
- ...reports about the recent bomb scare in the subway under the congressional offices at the Dirksen Buildingócoincidently near where Fitzgerald was holding his grand jury hearingsóraised questions as to whether government operatives were sending the zealous prosecutor a "warning message" that he was entering dangerous waters with his investigation.
- Sherman Skolnick, the long time 'judge buster' and advocate for judicial honesty, claims Newsweek story will hit news stands Monday, claiming Bush will fire Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald. Skolnick also contends Bush has been given two options: either resign or stop the grand jury.
- Investigave reporter released story about the firing of U.S. Federal Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald by mistake over on line mix up with web master.
- Skolnick reports that Thompson was working on an expose of the homosexual pedophile underground which permeates the MSM, Washington, DC, & BOTH political parties, a la the Franklin Coverup scandal of the 80's & 90's.
- Investigative reporter Tom Flocco is reporting today, through his sources close to the U.S. Attorney's Office in Chicago, that " federal agents are prepared to immediately arrest Mr. Bush if he fires Fitzgerald and seeks to obstruct justice and commit additional treasonous acts regarding ongoing grand jury proceedings against his administration and himself."
- Well, Bush is off on vacation, and once again we are being bombarded with "charming" images of the cowboy wannabe carefully posed in western wear between cacti or aboard the Presidential pickup.
- Newsweek's Michael Isikoff will splash a story in tomorrow's Newsweek which reveals that the boss of CIA leak probe prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald is likely to be replaced by a former Bush classmate at Yale.
- An English mansion, which is on the market for more than £70m, has been named as the most expensive property in the world.
- Businessman Has Big Plans for Canadian Mine Site
- Former Foreign Secretary Robin Cook, who quit government over the Iraq war, has collapsed on a Scottish mountainside.
- U.S. Attorney's Office Says 'No Comment,' Refusing To Confirm Or Deny Alleged Indictments
- With Long Sojourn at Ranch, President on His Way to Surpassing Reagan's Total
- A Chicago grand jury has indicted the President and Vice-President of the United States along with multiple high officials in the Bush administration
- Officials Routinely Rewarded for Lying and Punished for Telling the Truth.
- Remember the day after the election last November, a triumphant newly elected (for the first time) President George W. Bush introduced to a national television audience a beaming Karl Rove as "The Architect" of his winning campaign. Did you know that you, the taxpayers, paid for his salary and benefits while he was running George W. Bush's political campaign day after day inside the White House?
- John Perkins represents the most deeply nefarious of CIA
- ...we can see the many cautionary examples of agents who grabbed the tail, and were destroyed for their efforts. The FBI's Darlene Novinger, for instance, whose undercover work had the misfortune of implicating Vice President George Herbert Walker Bush and his son Jeb in a narcotics smuggling operation linked to the Lebanese Phalange.
- ...if Mr. Bolton decides to engage in the type of group sex activities he once "enjoyed" at New York's Plato's Retreat in the 1970s and 80s and the physical and mental abuse he dished out to USAID contractor Melody Townsel in Moscow and Bishkek in 1994, he will face the kind of scrutiny he's never before experienced.
- It will be the president's 50th trip to the ranch since he was elected nearly five years ago.
- ...the people that are currently running U.S. foreign and military policy were affectionately known as 'The Crazies' during the Reagan and Bush Sr. administrations, and were ďkept at armís length,Ē never permitted to rise above middle management levels of influence because of their radical proclivities.
- A parade of Lincoln Town Cars has been ferrying back and forth to Monte Rio the last couple of weeks, bringing notables up to Bohemian Grove for the summer encampment.
- Prime Minister Tony Blair has spent more than £1,800 of taxpayers' money on cosmetics and make-up artists since coming into office, it has emerged.
- ...And Sexual Perversion Deep Within The Highest Levels Of U.S. Military And Government
- The powerful of the country run a minimum security, open air labor camp called the Unites States of America in which the wardens are the Republicans and Democrats located in the executive, legislative and judicial branches of the US government, along with their governments-in-waiting at think tanks around the country. The hideous and anticompetitive one-party system with two faces is an abomination, a monster disguised as an American politician, or maybe even a general or CEO, who claims to be the leader of the free world.
- This love affair between Novak/Goss/McCain, is very strange indeed.
- The United States long ago ceased to be anything like a living, thriving republic. But it retained the legal form of a republic, and that counted for something: As long as the legal form still existed, even as a gutted shell, there was hope it might be filled again one day with substance. But now the very legal structures of the Republic are being dismantled.
- Roberts' low-profile role as an advisor to Republicans during the 2000 presidential recount fight is likely to be closely scrutinized.
- John G. Roberts, the new Supreme Court nominee is sure to keep the skids greased in the continuing story of this nation's decline.
- Those who lack honest and intelligent comprehension typically make their sales through glad-handing, with one hand over your shoulder and the other hand down in your pants, Bush's signature approach. Adding insult to injury, Bush tops that off by being jokingly self-deprecating. He doesn't mean it at all, of course. After all, he is the "war president." But, as a result, when being upstaged or criticized, Bush has no problems with deprecating others. It runs in the family.
- Itís bad enough that the slippery Neocons got the U.S. involved in the Iraqi War, now those scoundrels want us to attack Iran! Just the other day, the unindicted war criminal, Henry Kissinger, suggested that we take Iran down, if certain conditions were fulfilled.
- Yet another first for our boundary-breaching White House: for the first time in American history, we're going to have a justice on the high court whose spouse facilitates financing and putting together global satellite systems. Also, the firm in which she is a partner, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, emphasizes among other things its expertise in facilitating business in Iraq
- The prime lobby that should feel gratified by his nomination is of course Big Business, the protection of whose interests has been Roberts chief concern throughout his career, and the protection of whose interests has always been the prime concern of the US Supreme Court.
- President Bush has nominated William Robert Timken, Jr. to be the next U.S. ambassador to Germany. Timken, the head of Canton, Ohio-based Timken Co. and one of the Bush campaign's deep pocketed "Pioneer" half million dollar contributors, also served on the board of directors of Ohio-based Diebold, Inc., the company accused of helping to fix the 2004 presidential elections through the use of faulty and paperless computerized voting machines.
- Speculation in the Beltway continues regarding whether President Bush and Vice President Cheney knew about and/ or authorized the leak to Novak as a way to retaliate against Wilson.
- Spooks war against each other regularly. Usually, it doesn't hit the front pages of the major-metro dailies. And such is how we know that something has gone terribly awry in Washington and at Langley.
- Gannon originally referenced the memo in an interview with Wilson, which Talon News posted on its website on October 28, 2003.