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  • Unveiled: Constitution for New Socialist North America

    11/18/2010 7:55:24 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 33 replies
    WorldNetDaily ^ | November 18, 2010 | Fergus Hodgson
    NEW ORLEANS, La. – The Revolutionary Communist Party USA has announced a "Constitution for the New Socialist Republic in North America," and members say they are planning for a "revolution" against capitalism, with violence if necessary. The "present capitalist-imperialist system" should be replaced with a "radically new economic system," they say. Carl Dix, a founding member and spokesman, believes that the federal government bailouts, under both George W. Bush and Barack Obama, are just one instance where they propped up what he calls the "capitalist class." His party is "building a revolution" and under the proposed constitution all "natural resources...
  • Who is William Arkin, and why does it matter?

    02/26/2007 5:38:10 PM PST · by Interesting Times · 37 replies · 1,133+ views
    The New Dominion ^ | Feb. 26, 2007 | Max Friedman
    As most of you have read or seen by now, a journalist and NBC/MSNBC media consultant named William “Bill” Arkin has created quite a stir by viciously insulting American soldiers in Iraq. He wrote at his Washington Post blog, “Early Warning: William M. Arkin on National and Homeland Security” column (1/30/07), that “… this NBC (Nightly News) report is just an ugly reminder of the price we pay for a mercenary - oops sorry, volunteer force that thinks it is doing the dirty work” re Iraq. The “report,” according to Arkin, featured “a number of soldiers (who) expressed frustration with...
  • Obscure al-Qaida Chemist Worries Experts

    12/03/2005 10:08:47 AM PST · by Sub-Driver · 8 replies · 759+ views
    Obscure al-Qaida Chemist Worries Experts By CHARLES J. HANLEY, AP Special Correspondent 7 minutes ago He's a mystery in a red beard, with a strange alias and a degree in chemical engineering. In the hands of this alleged al-Qaida operative, it's a specialty that summons visions of poison gas and mass terror. Al-Qaida is "wedded to the spectacular," notes U.S. counterterrorism analyst Donald Van Duyn, and elusive Egyptian chemist Midhat Mursi was said to be exploring such possibilities when last seen, brewing up deadly compounds and gassing dogs in Afghanistan. Van Duyn's FBI and other U.S. agencies are interested enough...
  • John Wayne on liberals

    07/04/2012 2:11:54 PM PDT · by FlJoePa · 5 replies
    youtube ^ | 1975 | John Wayne
    hit the link for the video
  • Osawatomie: the Weather Underground newspaper [prelude to Obama!!]

    11/01/2008 11:37:33 PM PDT · by Enchante · 25 replies · 1,352+ views
    Zombietime ^ | 11/01/08 | Staff
    Zomblog has obtained an extremely rare copy of the first issue of Osawatomie, a newspaper published by the Weather Underground in 1975. Noteworthy passages are reproduced below, along with exact transcriptions. The full pages, with each passage in context in high resolution, are found at the bottom of this post. Much of Osawatomie, which was written at a time when the Dohrn-Ayers wing of the Weather Underground was transitioning from terrorism to “working from the inside” for revolution, concerns itself with the need to encourage “organizers” who will work in “communities” and use “audacity” to bring about “socialism” in America....
  • The American `allergy' to global warming: Why? (barf)

    09/24/2011 6:17:56 PM PDT · by Eleutheria5 · 14 replies
    Aol News/AP ^ | 24/9/11 | Charles J. Hanley
    NEW YORK -Tucked between treatises on algae and prehistoric turquoise beads, the study on page 460 of a long-ago issue of the U.S. journal Science drew little attention. "I don't think there were any newspaper articles about it or anything like that," the author recalls. But the headline on the 1975 report was bold: "Are We on the Brink of a Pronounced Global Warming?" And this article that coined the term may have marked the last time a mention of "global warming" didn't set off an instant outcry of angry denial.— EDITOR'S NOTE: Climate change has already provoked debate in...
  • The Left, Not the Right, Owns Political Violence

    01/10/2011 1:33:31 AM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 56 replies
    American Thinker ^ | January 10, 2011 | Michael Filozof
    It took less than 24 hours for the political Left to seize upon the attempted assassination of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and the murder of six people on Saturday to blame the political Right for the shooting. Perhaps the most egregious example came from Paul Krugman of the New York Times, who wrote "We don't have proof yet that this was political, but the odds are that it was." (The newspaper that published plagiarized and fabricated accounts of the "D.C. sniper" by affirmative-action hire Jayson Blair in 2003 is still publishing unsubstantiated suppositions without "proof," eh?) "[Giffords'] father says that ‘the...
  • Some Milestones in Israel "Palestine" timeline

    06/30/2010 12:25:15 PM PDT · by PRePublic · 6 replies
    Some Milestones in Israel-Palestine1834 - 1886 - 1920 - 1922 - 1929 - 1938 - 1941 - 1948 - 1950s-1960s - 1970 1972 - 1973 - 1975 - 1976 - 1982 - 1987 - 1994 - 2000 - 2001 - 2005 - 2006 - 2007 - 2008 - 2010 1834 First recorded attack on native Jews in Israel by Muslims, is the one in June 1834, Safed (the Plunder), the massacres and mass rapes went on for 33 days, (an inciter, Muhammed Damoor, a self-proclaimed prophet, ‘prophesied’ the attack for which he agitated). It was repeated in 1838. 1886 First...
  • Lessons From Failed Cold War Spy Mission in China

    06/20/2010 10:44:06 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 7 replies · 1+ views
    AP ^ | ROBERT BURNS
    Detail by painful detail, the CIA is coming to grips with one of the most devastating episodes in its history, a botched cloak-and-dagger flight into China that stole two decades of freedom from a pair of fresh-faced American operatives and cost the lives of their two pilots. In opening up about the 1952 debacle, the CIA is finding ways to use it as a teaching tool. Mistakes of the past can serve as cautionary tales for today's spies and paramilitary officers taking on al-Qaida and other terrorist targets. At the center of the story are two eager CIA paramilitary officers...
  • Muhammad and Mrs. Jones - Kenny Gamble's Philadelphia Muslim Enclave

    01/03/2008 9:41:40 AM PST · by 3AngelaD · 18 replies · 410+ views
    Pipeline News ^ | January 1, 2008 | Beila Rabinowitz
    Kenny Gamble is best known for being "the architect of the Philly Soul Sound."...But Gamble is also the architect of a planned stealth Islamist enclave in Philadelphia where he is better known in Muslim circles as Brother Luqman Abdul Haqq. Gamble has admitted that he intends to bring about the Muslim community in South Philadelphia through his "Universal Companies" and proclaims that his state and federally subsidized funded building endeavors are part of an Islamist blueprint, "We are not down here just for Universal-we are down here for Islam." In 1975 after a personal crisis Gamble converted to Islam and...
  • American leftists were Pol Pot's cheerleaders

    04/10/2008 8:01:03 AM PDT · by Interesting Times · 75 replies · 2,272+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | April 30, 1998 | Jeff Jacoby
    The death of Pol Pot, 23 years to the day after he and the Khmer Rouge seized control of Cambodia, occasioned long backward glances at one of the 20th century's most horrific genocides. It was noted everywhere that the communist reign of terror in Cambodia lasted nearly four years and that at least 1 million human beings -- by some estimates as many as 2 1/2 million -- were murdered in an orgy of executions, torture, and starvation. "In the name of a radical utopia," The New York Times recalled in its long obituary, "the Khmer Rouge regime had turned...
  • PM slammed for Timor remarks

    05/27/2006 7:21:50 PM PDT · by Fair Go · 19 replies · 493+ views
    The Australian ^ | 28 May 2006
    A US-BASED pressure group has warned Australia that its invited military intervention in East Timor to quell unrest did not entitle it to interfere in the country's government. The East Timor and Indonesia Action Network said it was concerned about the situation in East Timor, where the government, with the stated support of rebel leaders, requested the deployment of foreign forces to stem escalating violence. "Timor-Leste must find ways, with respectful support from the international community, to deal with problems in a manner that will not require troops," ETAN said. "Statements by Australian government leaders that providing security assistance entitles...
  • Dig in to save Timor (incl. the value of the US alliance)

    05/27/2006 4:54:10 PM PDT · by naturalman1975 · 6 replies · 413+ views
    The Weekend Australian ^ | 27th May 2006 | Greg Sheridan
    THE tragedy of East Timor would make the angels weep. Just as it was the Timorese civil war that in 1975 precipitated Indonesian military intervention, with all of its dolorous consequences, so it is civil conflict today that has precipitated Australian military intervention. The two interventions cannot be compared, of course. Hopefully, Australia's will be short and relatively non-violent. And no one in Australia wants to incorporate East Timor. But it is time to speak bluntly. The situation in East Timor is much worse than even most analysts and commentators realise. The savage killings and lawlessness of the past few...
  • Leonard Peltier: Time for Truth? Or Remain a Cause Celebre?

    01/22/2009 7:15:08 PM PST · by cardinal4 · 10 replies · 390+ views
    artorius castus blog ^ | 23 Jan 09 | Patrick Truax
    Leonard Peltier is back in the news again after being transferred to a prison even further away from his tribal homeland.
  • Obama pick faces questions over bombers' clemency (Eric Holder - Thursday) Hussein & terrorists?

    01/14/2009 9:20:24 PM PST · by Libloather · 19 replies · 1,091+ views
    Seattle Times ^ | PETE YOST
    Obama pick faces questions over bombers' clemencyBy PETE YOST Associated Press Writer Originally published Wednesday, January 14, 2009 at 2:05 PM WASHINGTON — New York police detective Anthony S. Senft's life changed forever when a bomb set by Puerto Rican separatists exploded, blowing him 15 feet in the air and blinding him in one eye. Now, he's angry that Eric Holder, who played a key role in awarding clemency to the bombers, is in line to be attorney general. Holder, as President Bill Clinton's deputy attorney general, worked closely with the Justice Department's pardon attorney to raise the possibility of...
  • Muslim Congressman Called for Terrorist's Release in 2000

    01/21/2007 6:02:27 PM PST · by kellynla · 50 replies · 1,512+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | January 21, 2007 | Jay Baggett
    When House Speaker Nancy Pelosi joined Minnesota freshman Rep. Keith Ellison for his recent swearing-in ceremony, the controversy over his taking the oath of office on the Quran overshadowed his earlier role in supporting a terrorist whose group tried to kill policemen and allegedly twice tried to murder Pelosi's fellow San Francisco lawmaker Sen. Diane Feinstein. On Feb.12, 2000, Ellison joined Bernadine Dohrn, one of the founders of the 1960s radical group the Weather Underground, and several other speakers at a fundraiser for recently arrested Kathleen Soliah, a.k.a. Sara Jane Olson. Kathleen Soliah, a.k.a. Sara Jane Olson Soliah – who...
  • The Cooling World (Newsweek, April 28, 1975)

    02/07/2007 5:40:45 PM PST · by Jean S · 15 replies · 1,167+ views
    Newsweek ^ | April 28, 1975
    Here is the text of Newsweek’s 1975 story on the trend toward global cooling. It may look foolish today, but in fact world temperatures had been falling since about 1940. It was around 1979 that they reversed direction and resumed the general rise that had begun in the 1880s, bringing us today back to around 1940 levels. A PDF of the original is available here. A fine short history of warming and cooling scares has recently been produced. It is available here. — D.D.  There are ominous signs that the Earth’s weather patterns have begun to change dramatically and that...
  • Caption Rumsfeld (1975)

    02/06/2007 7:19:46 PM PST · by perfect stranger · 24 replies · 1,318+ views
    1975
  • Suspected November 17 Terrorist Admits CIA Killing

    07/26/2002 3:35:13 PM PDT · by knighthawk · 12 replies · 724+ views
    Europe Daily ^ | July 26 2002 | AP
    ATHENS, Greece (AP) — A telephone operator arrested for being a leader of Greece's deadly November 17 terrorist group admitted taking part in the 1975 killing of a CIA official and said the triggerman already is in police custody, judicial sources said Friday. The surprise confession by alleged second-in-command Pavlos Serifis added important details about the ambush killing of CIA station chief Richard Welch outside a Christmas party — a killing that launched a 27-year string of assassinations, bombings and robberies by the once-untouchable group. Serifis also admitted participating in the 1980 slayings of two Greek policemen and said the...
  • Remember the threat of Global Cooling, Next Ice Age Newsweek April 28, 1975 Article

    10/23/2006 10:18:03 PM PDT · by TheEaglehasLanded · 17 replies · 2,170+ views
    Newsweek via MsNBC ^ | October 23, 2006 | Jerry Adler
    By Jerry Adler Updated: 4:41 p.m. CT Oct 23, 2006 Oct. 23, 2006 - In April, 1975, in an issue mostly taken up with stories about the collapse of the American-backed government of South Vietnam, NEWSWEEK published a small back-page article about a very different kind of disaster. Citing "ominous signs that the earth's weather patterns have begun to change dramatically," the magazine warned of an impending "drastic decline in food production." Political disruptions stemming from food shortages could affect "just about every nation on earth." Scientists urged governments to consider emergency action to head off the terrible threat of...
  • Excerpts from 1975 Senate Hearings re: NSA Activity

    01/01/2006 6:36:21 AM PST · by Cboldt · 2 replies · 593+ views
    Cryptome ^ | Late 1975 | US Senate
    HEARINGS BEFORE THE SELECT COMMITTEE TO STUDY GOVERNMENTAL OPERATIONS WITH RESPECT TO INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES OF THE UNITED STATES SENATE NINETY-FOUR CONGRESS FIRST SESSION VOLUME 5 THE NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY AND FOURTH AMENDMENT RIGHTS OCTOBER 29 AND NOVEMBER 6, 1975 TESTIMONY OF LT. GEN. LEW ALLEN, JR., DIRECTOR, NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY, ACCOMPANIED BY BENSON BUFFHAM, DEPUTY DIRECTOR, NSA; AND ROY BANNER, GENERAL COUNSEL, NSA ... Between 1967 and 1973 there was a cumulative total of about 450 U.S. names on the narcotics list, and about 1,200 U.S. names on all other lists combined. What that amounted to was that at...
  • Queen Mum Concorde trip blocked

    12/28/2005 9:34:28 PM PST · by F14 Pilot · 6 replies · 576+ views
    BBC News ^ | Wednesday, 28 December 2005,
    Plans for the Queen Mother to fly to Iran in Concorde were blocked by Harold Wilson because he was worried about the plane's safety, it has been revealed. The Labour prime minister intervened days before the planned trip in April 1975 when told there was a problem with the engine. Aviation watchdogs said the plane could be flown by an experienced test pilot. But Wilson said the government's position would be "indefensible" if the engine fault became known. The episode is revealed in government records from 1975 which have now been released for the public to see at The National...
  • Pinochet charged with killings

    12/28/2005 12:02:33 PM PST · by rellimpank · 44 replies · 755+ views
    Drudge ^ | 28 Dec 05
    THE former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet was fingerprinted and photographed for the first time overnight as police opened a criminal file into his alleged role in the deaths of political opponents in 1975. Officers came to Pinochet's home in the elegant La Dehesa neighbourhood, where he has been under house arrest for five weeks, to fingerprint and photograph the aging strongman
  • Pak's N-father baled out by CIA

    08/10/2005 9:17:39 PM PDT · by voletti · 6 replies · 470+ views
    Times of India ^ | 8/11/05 | C Rajghatta
    The Bush administration on Tuesday ducked for cover from stunning new revelations that the CIA prevailed upon the Dutch government to let Pakistan's nuclear smuggler AQ Khan escape Netherlands in the 1970s. Washington said the case was old and it could not comment on intelligence matters. "It's not something that I feel we really have anything to say about...because (a) it deals with events long in the past; (b) it deals with intelligence matters," State Department spokesman Adam Ereli said at his daily briefing. QUESTION: Is it just because you didn't prepare any or you're not going to? MR ERELI:...
  • U.S. protected Pakistan nuke scientist - Dutch ex-PM

    08/10/2005 8:02:27 AM PDT · by Gengis Khan · 3 replies · 364+ views
    Reuters ^ | Tue Aug 9, 2005 10:15 PM IST
    AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The Netherlands declined to take action against a top Pakistani nuclear scientist in 1975 and 1986 at the request of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, a former Dutch prime minister said on Tuesday. Former Prime Minister Ruud Lubbers told Dutch radio in an interview that the CIA had asked the Netherlands in 1975 not to prosecute Abdul Qadeer Khan, now dubbed the father of Pakistan's atom bomb, despite suspicions he was stealing information. "The Americans wished to follow and watch Khan to get more information," public radio quoted Lubbers as saying. The CIA declined to comment on...
  • Forgotten U.S. allies emerge from jungles of Laos

    06/09/2005 6:53:48 PM PDT · by ChristianDefender · 5 replies · 567+ views
    Reuters ^ | 06-10-05 | Ed Cropley
    BANGKOK (Reuters) - Up to 4,000 ethnic Hmong, remnants of a U.S.-backed anti-communist guerrilla army in the Laotian jungles during the Vietnam War, are ready to surrender after 30 years on the run, a U.S. activist said on Thursday. Ex-California police officer Ed Szendrey, who was detained at the weekend by the Laotian communist government for helping 173 women, children and elderly people give themselves up, said many more Hmong were waiting to come in from the cold. "We've had indications that there are nearly three to four thousand ready to surrender," Szendrey told a news conference in the Thai...
  • Tehran's Terror Master

    05/26/2005 6:04:02 AM PDT · by Mr.Clark · 37 replies · 2,275+ views
    Front Page Mag ^ | 5/26/2005 | Patrick Devenny
    Early on the morning of March 16th, 1984, William Buckley left for work at the American embassy in Beirut, Lebanon. Officially, Mr. Buckley, a decorated veteran of the Special Forces, served as the political officer at the embassy. In reality, however, Mr. Buckley was the embassy’s CIA station chief. On his way to the compound, Buckley’s car was stopped by a group of masked men, who forced him from his car at gunpoint. His assailants would later be identified as terrorists from the group Islamic Jihad, which served as an alias for the real perpetrators, Hezbollah. The circumstances surrounding the...
  • March 7,1975 Senate Votes Easier Cutoff Of Filibuster; Democrats change filibuster with 56 votes

    05/18/2005 9:28:02 PM PDT · by TheEaglehasLanded · 40 replies · 1,814+ views
    Washington Post Archive ^ | March 8, 1975 | Spencer Rich
    The Senate approved a historic change in the filibuster rule last night after seven weeks of angry debate. It voted 56 to 27 to reduce the number of senators needed to cut off a filibuster from two-thirds of those present and voting to a permanent "constitutional" threefifths (60 senators).
  • GOP eyes 'nuclear' end to filibuster

    05/01/2005 6:37:37 AM PDT · by Catholic and Conservative · 16 replies · 914+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | 5/13/2003 | Charles Hurt
    By February of 1975, frustration about the filibusters had grown so intense that a majority of senators, mostly Democrats, favored using the nuclear option. They pointed to Article 1, Section 5 of the Constitution, which reads, "Each House may determine the rules of its proceedings." So in a series of votes on complex parliamentary procedures in the winter and spring of 1975, the Senate established its right to set and alter the rules of the Senate with a simple majority vote, free from the threat of filibusters.
  • The End of the Tunnel (1973-1975) [Episode 11: The Fall of Saigon - American Experience (PBS)]

    04/25/2005 10:50:25 PM PDT · by risk · 12 replies · 462+ views
    Public Broadcasting Corporation (PBS) ^ | Airing April 25, 2005 | WGBH/PBS
    NARRATOR: The official silence panicked the population. Within days, thousands of civilians were streaming toward the coastal city of Danang, desperately seeking safety. The Communist leaders, surprised by the Saigon army's disintegration, now moved swiftly. They set a deadline: victory before the rainy season bogged down their troops. Dung's forces closed in on Danang. SERGEANT THO HANG (Army of South Vietnam): The BBC and VOA broadcasts said that Danang was about to fall, and that news further spread panic among us soldiers. Our officers had fled. We talked things over among ourselves, and then decided: Let's go home. NARRATOR: By...
  • Rep. John Conyers: patriot or something else?

    02/17/2003 1:58:16 PM PST · by Tailgunner Joe · 12 replies · 485+ views
    BrookesNews.Com ^ | 18 Feb. 2003 | Addison Ross
    On January 18 Rep. John Conyers Jr., Michigan Democrat, told a placard-waving anti-war crowd: "The greatest patriots of this country are here today...The president said it'd be a cold day in Washington before this country turns against this war, but it is a cold day in Washington and here we are." Apart from Conyers nasty insinuation people who disagree with his leftwing views about war against the genocidal Saddam are not patriotic, what can we deduce from his presence? Well, for one, Rep. does not like America and prefers the company of totalitarians to that of genuine democrats. And how...
  • Exiled Prince of Vietnam Offers Political Ideology

    11/27/2004 10:59:05 AM PST · by tranvanba · 4 replies · 1,970+ views
    The Cornell Daily Sun ^ | November 22, 2004 | Vanessa Hoffman
    Last Saturday night brought His Imperial Highness Prince Nguyen Phuc Buu Chanh of Vietnam, Regent of the Imperial Dynasty and President of the Vietnamese Constitutional Monarchist League, to Cornell. The Prince, a member of the Vietnamese imperial family gave a lecture, entitled "Revival of Vietnamese Culture: The Nguyen Dynasty," before a crowd of about 50 people. Maria Nguyen '05, vice president of the Cornell Vietnamese Association sang the American national anthem and then played the national anthem of South Vietnam. Aided by PowerPoint slides, Prince Buu Chanh then began his lecture speaking from a podium draped with the American flag...
  • A Royal Solution for a Nationalist Vietnam

    10/31/2004 8:49:33 AM PST · by tranvanba · 5 replies · 1,063+ views
    PRWEB ^ | October 23, 2004 | The Imperial Nguyen Dynasty of Vietnam
    The Imperial Nguyen Dynasty of Vietnam is politically pressuring the government of Vietnam to protect the liberty, religious rights of the Vietnamese people as well as the culture, traditions, languages of the Montagnards and Khmer Krom in Vietnam. (PRWEB) October 23, 2004 -- Today, Vietnam is experiencing a minor period of outward growth. Even the most dedicated Communists are abandoning old communist economic policies, which have proven to be ineffective and sometimes harmful. Capitalism is being introduced, with the Communist Party maintained only as a vehicle to exercise absolute control of the elite Party leaders over the common people. The...
  • Government of Vietnam Must Bring Closure to the MIA/POW Before Being Admitted to WTO

    09/10/2004 4:37:28 AM PDT · by tranvanba · 10 replies · 1,246+ views
    News Release PRWEB ^ | September 8, 2004 | The Imperial Nguyen Dynasty of Vietnam
    Aurora,IL (PRWEB) September 8, 2004 -- OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS - From the Office of the Leadership of the The Imperial Nguyen Dynasty of Vietnam & Vietnamese Constitutional Monarchist League: His Imperial Highness Prince Nguyen Phuc Buu Chanh of Vietnam, Regent of the Imperial Nguyen Dynasty and President of The Vietnamese Constitutional Monarchist League denounces the Communist Government on the return of United States Servicemen MIA or possible POWs’ and Human Rights Record. It has been stated by American Marines and Army Soldiers who are in Vietnam searching for MIA's, that there is corruption within the government of Vietnam. They stated that...
  • Paul Johnson's "Modern Times" on what Cronkite/Kerry & ilk did to Indo-China

    08/23/2004 8:01:30 PM PDT · by GaretGarrett · 24 replies · 1,620+ views
    Modern Times:The World From the Twenties to the Nineties | 1991 | Paul Johnson
    " ...the American embassy having been evacuated on 12 April, the atrocities began on 17 April..... planned two years before by a group of middle-class idealogues who called themselves "Angka Loeu" (the Higher Organization). Details of their plan had been circulated by a State Dept. expert, Kenneth Quinn, [in] Feb.1974. The scheme was.... to telescope, in one terrifying coup, the social changes brought about over 25 years in Mao's China. There was to be 'total social revolution".......'stripping away...by terror... the traditional bases...which have shaped & guided an individual's life' and then "rebuilding him according to party doctrines'......" Angka Loeu's eight...
  • TERESA HEINZ UNEARTHED: 'I DON'T TRUST TED KENNEDY'; DEMOCRATS 'PUTRID'

    07/26/2004 6:55:06 PM PDT · by Cosmo · 2,714+ views
    XXXXX DRUDGE REPORT XXXXX SUN JULY 25, 2004 17:02:35 ET XXXXX TERESA HEINZ UNEARTHED: 'I DON'T TRUST TED KENNEDY'; DEMOCRATS 'PUTRID' A historic bombshell interview has surfaced of Teresa Heinz Kerry ripping Ted Kennedy and the Democrat political machine! The interview is set for splashing at the BOSTON HERALD, the DRUDGE REPORT has learned, the newspaper which originally ran the session with a then Republican Teresa Heinz. The candid flashback hits as both Teresa and "Bastard" Kennedy prepare to address the Democrat convention in Boston. ABCNEWS's GOOD MORNING AMERICA plans to highlight the Teresa Heinz interview Tuesday. Developing... ----------------------------------------------------------- Filed...
  • Teresa's Ted K tirade

    07/26/2004 6:54:02 PM PDT · by mykdsmom · 170 replies · 8,466+ views
    Boston Herald ^ | Monday, July 26, 2004 | David R. Guarino
    Teresa Heinz Kerry, years before becoming a Democrat, railed against the party's ``putrid'' politics, said she didn't trust Sen. Edward M. Kennedy and angrily called the liberal lion a ``perfect bastard.'' In comments published in a little-known 1975 book about political wives called ``The Power Lovers: An Intimate Look at Politicians and Their Marriages,'' Heinz Kerry lashed out at the senator she'll share the primetime convention stage with tonight. ``I know some couples who stay together only for politics,'' Heinz Kerry said at the time. ``If Ted Kennedy holds on to that marriage (to ex-wife Joan) just for the Catholic...
  • July 3 Marks Tenth Anniversary of Texas' Deadliest Traffic Day, 46 Died

    07/03/2004 8:51:37 AM PDT · by Theodore R. · 3 replies · 229+ views
    Today marks 10th anniversary of state's deadliest traffic day; 46 died Associated Press DALLAS (AP) — The moment is seared in Mike Scrivner's mind. The screams of children trapped in their burning van. The helpless feeling of a firefighter without water or a fire truck. The retired Fort Worth fireman was off duty on July 3, 1994, when he drove by the wreckage of a van that had burst into flames after it was hit by a tractor-trailer. Scrivner stopped, broke the van's windshield and pulled out the driver, her 22-year-old daughter and two 4-year-old boys. But he couldn't save...
  • Woman wants to mark husband's FALN bomb death in '75

    10/13/2003 9:39:03 PM PDT · by Coleus · 9 replies · 609+ views
    Woman wants to mark husband's '75 bomb death Tuesday, October 7, 2003By CHARLES AUSTINSTAFF WRITER Mary Connor-Tully put a plaque in Saddle River Park in memory of her husband, Frank Connor, who was killed in the 1975 bombing at the Fraunces Tavern, and her nephew Steven Schlag, who died in 9/11 World Trade Center attack. FAIR LAWNThe terrorist attack in lower Manhattan killed her banker husband and changed her life forever. A grief-stricken Mary Connor pulled herself together and pondered how best to bring up her sons, Thomas, 11, and Joseph, 9. The year was 1975.Frank Connor, 33, died on...
  • CAPTION THIS: McGreevey Leads NJ to Government Shutdown

    06/28/2003 10:05:55 PM PDT · by Not a Friend of Bill · 22 replies · 1,091+ views
    Associated Press ^ | June 28, 2003, 4:54 PM EDT | JOHN P. McALPIN
    Negotiations in progress as shutdown nearsBy JOHN P. McALPIN AP Political Writer June 28, 2003, 4:54 PM EDT TRENTON, N.J.(AP) _ Legislators came to work Saturday, ordered by Gov. James E. McGreevey to agree on a budget and a series of tax and fee increases or else deal with a shuttered state government. The Senate Budget Committee, where Republicans have blocked the budget by refusing to vote on any measure that raises taxes, must act by midnight Saturday so the full house can vote Monday. Monday is the constitutional deadline for a balanced budget. Without one, McGreevey says all operations,...