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  • Former President George W. Bush hails push for comprehensive immigration reform

    07/07/2013 11:01:39 AM PDT · by jimbo123 · 162 replies
    NY Post ^ | 7/7/13 | S.A. MILLER
    Former President George W. Bush today cheered on the “progress” in pushing comprehensive immigration reform through Congress. “The legislative process can be ugly,” Bush said with a chuckle in an interview aired today on ABC’s “This Week.” “But it looks like they're making some progress.”
  • Fox News: Pentagon on Lockdown; Shooting at Pentagon Metro Station

    03/04/2010 4:17:20 PM PST · by kristinn · 602 replies · 25,060+ views
    Thursday, March 4, 2010
    Nothing on the wires yet. No more news given than what I put in the headline.
  • WashTimes: Republican Party policy Draft Rips Bush's "Socialist" Bailouts (Glory Alleluia)

    12/30/2008 8:30:32 AM PST · by quesney · 121 replies · 3,036+ views
    Washington Times ^ | Ralph Zallow
    A group of Republican leaders including the vice-chair of the Republican National Committee say they will try in January to pass a resolution accusing President George Bush and congressional Republican leaders of embracing "socialist" policies. Pretty blunt. (having some trouble accessing the website since it was put up on Drudge Report)
  • Origin of the credit crisis; fake "drilling"

    09/22/2008 11:55:01 AM PDT · by markomalley · 1 replies · 174+ views
    Renew America ^ | 9/22/2008 | Wes Vernon
    Both presidential candidates took a few days to get their bearings and talking points in order after the beginning of the wild week on Wall Street. McCain McCain's quick comment: Fire Chris Cox, Chairman of the SEC. That effort to find a convenient scapegoat misses the mark and is also unfair. Cox has responded with a ten-point rebuttal pinpointing specific SEC actions — including strengthened investor protections, targeting fraud, emergency orders against naked short-selling involving Fannie Mae and Freddy Mac, "sweeping" and "landmark" enforcement actions, etc. It is understandable that McCain wants to distance himself from President Bush. That does...
  • Inside the Ring (Anti-Bush)

    03/17/2008 11:20:28 AM PDT · by JZelle · 390+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | 3-14-08 | Bill Gertz
    Anti-Bush Richard Immerman, the assistant deputy director of national intelligence for analytical integrity, has written a journal article harshly critical of President Bush and his administration for what he charges is their role in the "politicization" of intelligence. The article echoes liberal academic criticism of the president and his advisers, but with one significant difference: Mr. Immerman is now the top U.S. intelligence official in charge of checking politicization within 16 U.S. intelligence agencies. The appointment of Mr. Immerman as the analysis' "ombudsman" is raising questions among intelligence analysts about whether the office of Director of National Intelligence Michael McConnell...
  • Mitt unplugged

    08/04/2007 2:34:44 PM PDT · by mmanager · 492 replies · 5,262+ views
    Politico ^ | August 04, 2007 | Jonathan Martin
    Mitt Romney engaged in a heated discussion about his Mormon faith with a prominent Des Moines talk show host off the air on Thursday morning. The contentious back-and-forth between Romney and WHO's Jan Mickelson began on the air (video link courtesy Breitbart.tv) when the former governor appeared on the popular program that has become a regular stop for GOP presidential hopefuls. But the conversation spilled over to a commercial break and went on after the program ended, where a visibly annoyed Romney spoke in much greater detail about his church's doctrines than he is comfortable doing so in public. The...
  • Who Is the Anti-Bush?

    07/03/2007 5:07:11 AM PDT · by gpapa · 48 replies · 930+ views
    Townhall.com ^ | July 3, 2007 | Bruce Bartlett
    One of the things that surprises me so far in the race for the White House is that none of the Republicans is positioning himself clearly as the anti-Bush. I think there is a yearning for such a candidate among the Republican electorate. Here's some evidence. For some time, Strategic Vision, a polling company, has been asking Republican voters if they see George W. Bush as a conservative in the mode of Ronald Reagan. Not only did very few Republicans view Bush that way when the question was first asked last fall, but the number has fallen to the level...
  • Anti-Bush protests in Mexico City (So, what's new?).

    03/14/2007 1:39:44 PM PDT · by Jedi Master Pikachu · 13 replies · 451+ views
    BBC ^ | Wednesday, March 14, 2007
    Many people were protesting against the war in Iraq Hundreds of demonstrators have rioted outside the US embassy in Mexico City, in the latest protest against President George W Bush's tour of Latin America.Protesters burned US flags and threw stones at police guarding the building. Tear gas was used to disperse the crowds. Several people were injured, including a number of police officers. The violence came hours after Mr Bush pledged to reform controversial immigration laws, during two-day talks with Mexican President Felipe Calderon. Mr Bush made the announcement on Tuesday at the start of talks with Mr Calderon....
  • {Dem Ted Strickland,} Ohio Governor Takes Back Refugee Remarks

    02/20/2007 12:54:09 PM PST · by SmithL · 9 replies · 552+ views
    Columbus, Ohio (AP) -- Gov. Ted Strickland said he would welcome Iraqi refugees to Ohio, clarifying his comments last week were meant to express frustration with President Bush instead of the people displaced by the war. The Democrat told The Associated Press last week he was not inclined to accommodate any refugees because doing so would help bail out the president. "I am sympathetic to the plight of the innocent Iraqi people who have fled that country," he said. "However, I would not want to ask Ohioans to accept a greater burden than they already have borne for the Bush...
  • Flight Ban For Anti-Bush T-Shirt (Qantas)

    01/22/2007 6:43:06 AM PST · by blam · 11 replies · 759+ views
    BBC ^ | 1-22-2007
    Flight ban for anti-Bush T-shirt The T-shirt featuring President Bush could offend, Qantas says A passenger barred from a Qantas airlines flight for wearing a T-shirt depicting US President George Bush as a terrorist has threatened legal action. Allen Jasson said he was sticking up for the principle of free speech by challenging the decision by the Australian flag carrier. Mr Jasson was stopped as he was about to board the flight from Melbourne to London last Friday. Qantas said the T-shirt had potential to offend other passengers. The T-shift features an image of President George W Bush, along with...
  • Pelosi, White House Clash Over Iraq

    01/19/2007 2:54:38 PM PST · by EagleUSA · 16 replies · 635+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | 1/19/2007 | EagleUSA
    WASHINGTON - House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (news, bio, voting record) contended Friday that President Bush is rushing new troops to Iraq and betting that Congress won't cut off funds once they're in battle. The White House called her assertion "poisonous." In an exchange of harsh rhetoric that underscored the intensity of the political fight, Pelosi, D-Calif., said the war should not be "an obligation of the American people in perpetuity." "The president knows that because the troops are in harm's way, that we won't cut off the resources. That's why he's moving so quickly to put them in harm's way,"...
  • Video Clip: Actor Danny DeVito Drunk on "The View": His Bush Rant Has to be Censored

    11/29/2006 12:08:57 PM PST · by LibWhacker · 91 replies · 8,250+ views
    According to the website VidClick, actor Danny DeVito made an appearance Wednesday on the ABC gab-gest "The View" to promote his new movie "Deck the Halls." Almost immediately it was obvious he had been drinking and comediane Joy Behar said he had been throwing back the booze the entire night before with none other than George Clooney. At one point he says, "'I knew it was the last seven limoncellos that was going to get me." How often have that happened to you? If you watch the clip, DeVito does okay until he launches into a tirade about President Bush...
  • Neil Young's "Living with War"

    11/11/2006 9:48:43 AM PST · by S. T. Karnick · 27 replies · 1,143+ views
    Karnick on Culture ^ | 11/11/06 | S. T. Karnick
    To get a feel for the new political atmosphere in the wake of the Democrats' takeover of both houses of Congress, I've been listening to Neil Young's most recent album, Living with War, recently, which was released earlier this year. As you may be aware, especially if you've seen the superb Saturday Night Live parody of it, the album is a collection of retro-1960s-style "protest" songs opposing the Bush administration and the American public's sheeplike acceptance of his many atrocities (ooops—overtaken by events, Dude!). A sympathetic appraisal of one of the most talked-about songs on the album, "Let's Impeach the...
  • Anti-Bush teen finds fame fast - Her questioning by agents piques global interest

    10/17/2006 9:41:40 AM PDT · by pf flyers · 23 replies · 1,538+ views
    Sacramento Bee ^ | October 17, 2006 | Laurel Rosenhall
    Once upon a time Julia Wilson dreamed of becoming the next Christina Aguilera, a pop star famous for glamour but not politics. Instead, she's become the next Cindy Sheehan, receiving global attention for displaying her anger at President Bush. The story of the Sacramento teenager questioned last week by federal agents about her anti-Bush Web page has spread around the world, with newspapers in Egypt, China, Australia and Europe publishing articles about her and national television stations clamoring for interviews.
  • They just don't get it

    09/27/2006 6:02:20 PM PDT · by 13Sisters76 · 14 replies · 800+ views
    Townhall ^ | Sept. 27, 2006 | David Strom
    Blog | Talk Radio Online | Columnists | Your Opinion | The News | Photos | Funnies | Books & Movies | Issues | Action Center They just don't get it The left misreads the NIE and Islamic terrorism By David Strom Wednesday, September 27, 2006 Much has been made in recent days about the supposed conclusion of the latest National Intelligence Estimate that the war in Iraq has inflamed Islamic terrorists. The New York Times “broke” the story last week with a headline that screamed "Spy Agencies Say Iraq War Worsens Terrorism Threat." The NIE in question, completed last...
  • UN Rights Envoys Condemn Bush Plan On Interrogation

    09/21/2006 12:20:34 PM PDT · by EagleUSA · 13 replies · 319+ views
    Al-Reuters ^ | 9/21/2006 | EagleUSA
    GENEVA (Reuters) - United Nations human rights investigators said on Thursday that legislation proposed by President Bush for tough interrogations of foreign terrorism suspects would breach the Geneva Conventions. In a statement to the U.N. Human Rights Council, the five independent envoys also said Washington's admission of secret detention centres abroad pointed to "very serious human rights violations in relation to the hunt for alleged terrorists." They again called for the closure of the U.S. detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, where hundreds of foreign terrorism suspects are being held, alleging continued violations of international law on torture and arbitrary...
  • Group Led By Iraq War Veteran Will Air Ad Attacking Allen (Will Target Others in Congress too)

    09/13/2006 10:26:11 AM PDT · by areafiftyone · 57 replies · 1,484+ views
    RICHMOND — An obscure new political group headed by an Iraq War veteran will begin airing television ads today that accuse Republican Sen. George Allen of voting to withhold lifesaving body armor for U.S. troops.The bluntly worded 30-second ad by VoteVets.org is significant because it's the first attack ad of this year's hotly contested Senate race between Allen and Democrat Jim Webb.It's also the first of many likely to be aired this fall not by campaigns but by so-called 527 organizations similar to 2004's anti-Kerry Swift Boat Veterans for Truth and the pro-Democrat Americans Coming Together. The ad's tone is...
  • Ex-soldiers set up anti-Bush protest camp in D.C. - "Camp Democracy"

    09/05/2006 10:21:45 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 31 replies · 1,000+ views
    AFP on Yahoo ^ | 9/5/06 | AFP
    WASHINGTON (AFP) - Former soldiers and parents of Americans fighting in Iraq opened anti-war, anti-Bush "Camp Democracy" in the heart of Washington, a demonstration planned to last several weeks. After spending early August near President George W. Bush's ranch in Crawford, Texas, and the end of the month at his family retreat in Kennebunkport, Maine, the protesters set up camp in the US capital between the Congress building and the White House. Started by anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan, "Camp Democracy" will welcome pacifists, Democratic lawmakers, union leaders, environmentalists, feminists and those fighting for immigrants' rights. Five tents will be open...
  • Student can wear Bush-mocking T-shirt: court

    08/30/2006 9:00:34 PM PDT · by Aussie Dasher · 110 replies · 2,328+ views
    Herald Sun ^ | 31 August 2006
    A US student who sued school officials after he was made to censor his T-shirt that labelled President George W Bush "Chicken-Hawk-In-Chief" and a former alcohol and cocaine abuser won an appeal yesterday to wear the shirt to school. The 2nd US Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favour of Zachery Guiles, who through his parents claimed his free speech rights had been violated. School officials made him put duct tape over parts of his T-shirt that showed a Bush image surrounded by cocaine, a razor blade, a straw and a martini. Guiles, who as a seventh grader in 2004...
  • Ontario university mocks Bush in new campaign (to lure Toronto anti-Americans, despite opposition)

    08/30/2006 12:07:44 PM PDT · by Heartofsong83 · 12 replies · 898+ views
    CTV.ca ^ | 08/30/06 | News Staff
    Ontario university mocks Bush in new campaign Updated Tue. Aug. 29 2006 11:21 PM ET CTV.ca News Staff A small northern Ontario university has sparked controversy by launching an edgy new recruitment campaign that mocks U.S. President George Bush and his Ivy League alma mater. [b]Dubbed "Yale Shmale," the $100,000 crusade features a goofy image of Bush 'Yale University, Class of 1968' on posters that will be plastered across Toronto in a bid to attract potential new students.[/b] As well as rolling out a series of posters, Lakehead University also took the campaign to its website, where readers are informed...
  • Humorous 3-Minute Video Tirade of HUGO CHAVEZ Ridiculing USA and Bush (Funny!)

    08/07/2006 2:51:04 PM PDT · by AmericanInTokyo · 33 replies · 3,991+ views
    Venezuelan TV via You Tube.com ^ | 7 August 2006 | Hugo Chavez, President of Venezuela
    Gotta' see this. Here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVnnoz_Gqp8 and at the link above....Somebody is streaming a short video clip on "YouTube.com" of a recent live TV broadcast tirade during Venezuelan communist dictator Hugo Chavez' 'weekly address to the People', whereby the despot launches into a comical tirade against George Bush.You will hear el Presidente comically trying to grasp at such epithets as 'donkey', and 'little bird', and 'Mr. Danger', all spouted by Hugo in reference to George W. Bush. I wonder if he realizes how silly he looks, including his attempts at very poor English. For the entertainment value alone, this is worth watching,...
  • Germany : Film Director in Trouble Over Swastika (anti-Bush) T-Shirt

    08/07/2006 10:38:36 AM PDT · by Republicain · 22 replies · 941+ views
    Der Spiegel ^ | 08/07/2006
    Criticizing US President George W. Bush is fine in Germany, but doing so by displaying the Nazi swastika is a crime, and it's got film director Fatih Akin in trouble with the German authorities. Fatih Akin attending a film debut in Hamburg last year. Police in the northern city of Hamburg are investigating award-winning Turkish-German film director Fatih Akin, 32, for wearing an anti-Bush T-shirt bearing the word "Bush" in which the letter "s" was replaced by the swastika. Displaying Nazi symbols is a crime in Germany. He wore the T-shirt on a film set and an unnamed man who...
  • Iraq war protester says arrest won't keep him silent

    07/21/2006 9:37:16 PM PDT · by Fireinthehole · 5 replies · 599+ views
    The Macomb Daily ^ | July 10, 2006 | Christy Strawser
    "The reason this happened was they were warned, they could hold any sign they wanted as long as it didn't say 'honk' on it," Kitchen said. "They were warned a couple of weeks ago. They decided to test it, evidently." Police Chief Michael Kitchen said . . .it's illegal to "incite people to sound their horn when not reasonably necessary." Kittila said. . . police first approached protesters in mid-June and said the signs urging people to honk had to go because they caused too much noise. . . changed the signs to say 'Ferndale police say don't honk if...
  • Bush Is Harming U.S. Reputation (Barf Alert)

    07/13/2006 10:53:18 AM PDT · by MIchaelTArchangel · 43 replies · 1,076+ views
    The Lowell Sun ^ | July 12, 2006 | Susan Clark-Cook, D.Psy, Bentley College
    Mr. Bush has lied to us about many important issues, he has entered us into a pre-emptive war for the first time in the history of our country, and has no exit strategy. He refuses to accept any responsibility for anything he does, and only appoints friends of his, usually totally unsuited for the job, to high positions in the administration. This alone should be impeachable, and the fact that he believes himself to be above the law has been repeatedly shown as well -- warrantless wiretaps are just one example. Impeach this incompetent man before he does more harm...
  • A Secret the terrorists already knew

    06/30/2006 4:27:53 AM PDT · by YaYa123 · 42 replies · 1,212+ views
    The New York Times ^ | June 30,2006 | Roger Cressey, Richard Clarke
    COUNTERTERRORISM has become a source of continuing domestic and international political controversy. Much of it, like the role of the Iraq war in inspiring new terrorists, deserves analysis and debate. Increasingly, however, many of the political issues surrounding counterterrorism are formulaic, knee-jerk, disingenuous and purely partisan. The current debate about United States monitoring of transfers over the Swift international financial system strikes us as a case of over-reaction by both the Bush administration and its critics.
  • Dixie Chicks don't stick at country radio

    05/20/2006 11:44:36 AM PDT · by West Coast Conservative · 308 replies · 8,458+ views
    Reuters ^ | May 19, 2006 | Phyllis Stark
    Disappointing airplay for the first two singles from the new album by the Dixie Chicks exposes a deep -- and seemingly growing -- rift between the trio and the country radio market that helped turn the group into superstars. "Taking the Long Way," due out May 23, is the band's first album since singer Natalie Maines sparked a major controversy in 2003 by declaring that she was ashamed to hail from the same state as fellow Texan President George W. Bush. Radio boycotts ensued, and many fans abandoned the band. The first single, "Not Ready to Make Nice," peaked at...
  • 10-Year-Old Prohibited From Singing Anti-Bush Song

    05/05/2006 1:23:42 PM PDT · by gwb43_2004 · 55 replies · 2,263+ views
    A 10-year-old girl was barred from singing a President George W. Bush-bashing ballad at her elementary school talent show because her principal deemed the song inappropriate and too political. "Dear Mr. President," performed and co-written by pop star Pink, criticizes Bush for the war in Iraq and policies including his stance on gay rights. Nancy Shoul said her daughter Molly should be lauded for choosing lyrics that are full of substance and that the ban violates her daughter's right to free speech. "If this was a student singing a pro-administration song, no one would quibble with it," Shoul said Thursday....
  • Principal bars Coral Springs student from singing anti-Bush song at talent show

    05/05/2006 8:13:29 AM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 19 replies · 1,011+ views
    South Florida Sun-Sentinel ^ | May 5 2006 | Jamie Malernee
    A 10-year-old Coral Springs girl won't be allowed to sing a controversial President Bush-bashing ballad at her school talent show after her principal deemed it inappropriate and too political. The song, Dear Mr. President, performed and co-written by the singer Pink, criticizes the president for the war in Iraq and other policies, including his stance on gay rights.
  • CA: Deputy snapped protest pictures - (Two officers, infiltrate anti-Bush demonstrators)

    04/26/2006 8:55:46 AM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 61 replies · 2,231+ views
    Reuters on Yahoo ^ | 4/26/06 | Michael Fisher
    As dozens of anti-war demonstrators heckled President Bush outside an Indian Wells resort last weekend, a plainclothes Riverside County sheriff's deputy and another man moved through the crowd, the deputy waving a protest sign as the two snapped digital photographs of the demonstrators. Riverside County Sheriff Bob Doyle said that the U.S. Secret Service asked that members of his department's intelligence unit monitor the protest. Any photos taken Saturday of the protesters were snapped "under the auspices of the Secret Service," Doyle said. But Eric Zahren, a spokesman for the Secret Service in Washington, D.C., said the agency did not...
  • Mao, Marx and More

    04/13/2006 8:34:10 AM PDT · by JSedreporter · 16 replies · 1,426+ views
    Accuracy in Academia ^ | April 13, 2006 | Julia A. Seymour
    “The only reason why Mao Zedung is given the bad reputation he has is because of the bourgeois press and their racism toward the Chinese,” said Marlene Kowal’s professor on the first day of the history class, Contemporary China. Kowal, a senior at Temple University in Pennsylvania, offered a number of examples of things frequently said in classrooms at Temple and presumably at other universities across the country when she spoke last week at the Academic Freedom conference in Washington, D.C. In the same class, Kowal’s professor declared herself to be a Maoist and that the purpose of her teaching...
  • Small town provokes big outrage

    03/18/2006 2:12:15 PM PST · by raccoonradio · 18 replies · 397+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | 03/18/06 | Jenna Russell
    In Vermont, vote to impeach president spurs backlash NEWFANE, Vt. -- The protest unfolded in a white meeting house on one of the prettiest town commons in Vermont. The debate at the Town Meeting was by all accounts unfailingly polite. And when the secret ballots were counted, residents of this tiny resort town had voted 121 to 29 to impeach President Bush. The roomful of rural neighbors expected a reaction. But none of them thought their small act of dissent would provoke national outrage. Angry calls and e-mails flooded Newfane, population 1,680, the next day. One critic sent a mock...
  • Soros Bullish on Katrina Fallout ($$ for media coverage)

    03/09/2006 8:09:52 PM PST · by STARWISE · 8 replies · 489+ views
    American Spectator blog ^ | 3-8-06 | Shawn Macomber
    George Soros' Open Society Institute is preparing to dole out a goodly sum to ensure that all the positive, fawning coverage Hurricane Katrina's death and destruction has been receiving finally gets balanced out a bit with the hitherto unheard bad news: The Katrina Media Fellowships, sponsored by The Open Society Institute (OSI), will support media makers working in print and radio journalism, photography, and documentary film and video to generate and improve media coverage of critical issues of poverty, racism, and government neglect in the Gulf Region that were laid bare by Hurricane Katrina. This one-time fellowship will be awarded...
  • Camp Casey Dallas Chapter Spotted Protesting in Dallas

    03/05/2006 4:20:40 PM PST · by Dallas59 · 11 replies · 936+ views
    Me ^ | 3/05/2006 | Dallas59
    Democracy Cell Project They protest in front of the Circuit City on the corner of Central Expressway and Meadow Road. I think every Friday now. I have been meaning to get some pics but I'm in a mad dash to get to work.. Anybody else in N. Dallas seen these people? From the Democracy Cell Project forum... "For almost a month now, we have been visiting Hutchinson's office on a daily basis. So far, twelve have been arrested or issued citations. Last week, two ministers and an 80-year old anti-war grandma were arrested and thrown in Lew Sterritt prison for...
  • Calculated Outrage (Must Read Nails It on What the MSM is Up To in It's Non Stop Bush Attacks)

    03/02/2006 3:02:50 PM PST · by MikeA · 50 replies · 1,705+ views
    The Wall Street Journal ^ | 2/17/05 | Daniel Henniger
    Some say Dick Cheney is toast. He's too hot to handle, throw him over the side if he won't drop himself into the waves. Don't look now, but that isn't water surrounding the Bush ship of state. It's gasoline. Have you ever noticed how on a scale of one to 10, every untoward event in the life of the Bush presidency goes straight to a 10? The Abu Ghraib photos? A 10 forever. Dick Cheney catching a hunting buddy with some birdshot? An instant 10. The Bush National Guard story? Total 10. How can it be that each downside event...
  • Bush in India: Just Not Welcome

    02/28/2006 9:00:39 AM PST · by Raj13008 · 67 replies · 1,856+ views
    The Nation ^ | Arundhati Roy
    On his triumphalist tour of India and Pakistan, where he hopes to wave imperiously at people he considers potential subjects, President Bush has an itinerary that's getting curiouser and curiouser. For Bush's March 2 pit stop in New Delhi, the Indian government tried very hard to have him address our parliament. A not inconsequential number of MPs threatened to heckle him, so Plan One was hastily shelved. Plan Two was to have Bush address the masses from the ramparts of the magnificent Red Fort, where the Indian prime minister traditionally delivers his Independence Day address. But the Red Fort, surrounded...
  • Your 15 Minutes Are Up, Please Exit Stage Left

    02/13/2006 9:25:37 PM PST · by KevinNuPac · 32 replies · 1,512+ views
    GOPUSA ^ | February 14, 2006 | Julie Mosher
    Your 15 Minutes Are Up, Please Exit Stage Left By Julie Mosher Sometimes there has to be an end. There comes a time when America just needs to send a double-strength nudge off the stage to Cindy Sheehan... Enough becomes truly enough. Well this is one of those moments. I don't know about you, but I am sick of seeing and hearing about Cindy Sheehan. This woman is pathetic! There...I said it! Pathetic! It feels good too! Sheehan, 48, likes the attention so much she wants to create the news by being the news. So when she was arrested before...
  • S.F. PROTEST: Raucous Union Square rally [Anti-Bush & State of Union address]

    01/31/2006 11:07:38 PM PST · by TFFKAMM · 30 replies · 1,838+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 1/31/06 | Cicero A. Estrella
    Demonstrators gathered in San Francisco at Union Square on Tuesday to rally noisily against President Bush and his State of the Union address. Organizers estimated the crowd at about 4,000 people, many of whom beat makeshift drums, clanged pots and pans, blew whistles or just screamed as Bush's speech was broadcast live -- without sound -- on a giant video screen. The World Can't Wait, a national protest group calling for Bush to step down, organized the demonstration to urge the protesters to march in an anti-Bush rally in Washington, D.C., on Saturday. "Through this political action and this mobilization...
  • Rush-hour protest planned in downtown S.F.

    01/31/2006 12:07:38 PM PST · by Battle Hymn of the Republic · 34 replies · 1,159+ views
    San Franfreakshow Chronicle ^ | 1/31 | Chronicle Staff Writer
    The protest by the World Can't Wait coalition is scheduled to begin at 5 p.m., one hour before Bush's State of the Union address. Rally organizers secured a permit for the square that runs through 9 p.m., officials said. Police plan to close off Post and Powell streets at the square. In addition, the northbound lane of Geary Street and the westbound lane of Stockton Street will be closed.
  • MEMRI: Bin Laden Makes Promise in Advance to Accept and Uphold A Long-Term Truce

    01/20/2006 8:08:18 PM PST · by dervish · 40 replies · 1,032+ views
    MEMRI ^ | 1/20/05 | MEMRI
    On January 19, 2006, Al-Jazeera TV broadcast excerpts from a new audiocassette by Osama bin Laden, in which the Al-Qaeda leader threatens further attacks on the U.S., "immediately with the completion of the preparations.” At the same time, bin Laden makes a plea to accept and uphold a long term truce under fair conditions [if America offers it to him], which will provide security and stability to both sides and will make it possible to rebuild Iraq and Afghanistan. "We are a nation forbidden by Allah to betray and lie," promises bin Laden. Contrary to mistranslations in the media, from...
  • Hillary Clinton: Breaking up is hard to do

    01/14/2006 7:16:24 AM PST · by Anne_Conn · 4 replies · 1,032+ views
    Canada Free Press ^ | Saturday, January 14, 2006 | John Burtis
    We all remember high school and how awkward it was to break up with someone you had been seeing. You rarely just told someone it was over. Usually you just drifted away, often hiding from the other person, until they got the message and left you alone. Though, it seemed easier at the time, I’m sure it was actually far more difficult, lasted longer and created far more damage to both parties. And so it is in adult
  • The Seven Deadly Sins of Liberals

    01/09/2006 9:40:09 AM PST · by PlainOleAmerican · 11 replies · 1,062+ views
    New Media Journal ^ | January 9, 2006 | Joan Swirsky
    There are three reasons why the liberal media and liberals themselves – with the notable exceptions of former senator Zell Miller and current senator Joseph Lieberman – are so consumed by rage that they are literally incapable of acting civil, refraining from vicious invective, veering even a millimeter from their tired talking points, and, most important, putting their country before their own impoverished political agenda and ongoing lust for power. ▪ Liberals have never recovered from the 2000 election of George W. Bush to Al Gore, the successor to their hero, Bill Clinton. As demonstrated by their behavior over the...
  • "The Best Notable Quotables of 2005:The 18th Annual Awards for the Year's Worst Reporting"

    12/26/2005 10:27:06 AM PST · by pillut48 · 10 replies · 1,591+ views
    Media Research Center ^ | December 19th, 2005 | Media Research Center
    "Introduction Welcome to the Media Research Center’s annual awards issue, a compilation of the most outrageous and/or humorous news media quotes from 2005 (December 2004 through November 2005)..."
  • Report: Domestic Spying Had Wide Coverage (More NYT Grasping at Straws Alert)

    12/24/2005 5:47:22 PM PST · by EagleUSA · 16 replies · 819+ views
    Fox News ^ | 12-24-05 | EagleUSA
    WASHINGTON — The National Security Agency has conducted much broader surveillance of e-mails and phone calls — without court orders — than the Bush administration has acknowledged, The New York Times reported on its Web site. The NSA, with help from American telecommunications companies, obtained access to streams of domestic and international communications, said the Times in the report late Friday, citing unidentified current and former government officials. The story did not name the companies. Since the Times disclosed the domestic spying program last week, President Bush has stressed that his executive order allowing the eavesdropping was limited to people...
  • Officer Accused of Damaging Pro-Bush Cars (AF plans discharge)

    12/16/2005 2:49:01 PM PST · by Thunder90 · 39 replies · 1,378+ views
    Myway news ^ | ROBERT WELLER
    DENVER (AP) - The Air Force Reserve plans to discharge a lieutenant colonel accused of defacing cars that had pro-Bush bumper stickers, the military said Friday. Lt. Col. Alexis Fecteau, a pilot with 500 combat hours in the first Persian Gulf war and the Balkans, is charged with criminal mischief for allegedly using paint stripper to write a profanity about Bush in 18-inch-high letters on cars at Denver International Airport. The cars had bumper stickers supporting President Bush and conservative talk-show host Rush Limbaugh. Jim Miller, a spokesman for the Air Force Reserve Command at Robins Air Force Base, Ga.,...
  • Living Things suffer from lack of life in concert (Bush- bashing band)

    12/14/2005 9:45:47 AM PST · by raccoonradio · 2 replies · 244+ views
    Boston Herald ^ | 12/14/05 | Christopher Blagg
    For a band that’s made its reputation with controversial stage shows and radical politics, the Living Things sure seemed tame Monday. A lackluster show at T.T. the Bear’s Place did nothing to bolster the St. Louis-bred rockers’ buzz. It certainly didn’t help that lead singer Lillian Berlin’s vocals were inaudible for the entire set. The problems weren’t solely due to the woeful sound. The Berlin brothers, who are at the core of the Living Things, seemed to be mailing this show in. There was none of the band’s usual antics: no burning of President Bush photos, no dominatrix dancers masquerading...
  • Summit Protests Turn Violent in Argentina(Anti-Bush Riot, Caption This Photo!)

    11/04/2005 8:09:48 PM PST · by TigerLikesRooster · 56 replies · 1,444+ views
    AP ^ | 11/04/05 | Dado Galdieri
    A protester kicks in a window of a bank during a march against the presence of U.S. President George W. Bush in the Fourth Summit of the Americas in the Atlantic resort city of Mar del Plata, Argentina on Friday Nov. 4, 2005.(AP Photo/Dado Galdieri)
  • Anti-Bush Protestors Wave Osama Bin Laden Pictures In Argentina

    11/04/2005 8:47:22 AM PST · by Kitten Festival · 39 replies · 3,445+ views
    Agencia EFE ^ | Nov. 4, 2005 | Staff
    Mar del Plata, Argentina, Nov 4 (EFE).- A Nobel laureate and a leftist Bolivian presidential candidate - but not, as had been promised, an Argentine soccer icon - led a march of thousands of anti-U.S. protesters through the streets of this seaside resort city Friday, hours before the inauguration of the Summit of the Americas. Retired athlete Diego Maradona, who had vowed to lead the demonstration to "repudiate" the presence of U.S. President George W. Bush, was in town but did not join the vanguard of the marchers. The explanation provided was that the former captain of the national soccer...
  • Molotov cocktail flies at anti-Bush rally in downtown San Francisco

    11/02/2005 6:07:08 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 59 replies · 3,049+ views
    ap on Bakersfield Californian ^ | 11/02/05 | ap - San FRancisco
    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The uniform of a San Francisco police officer caught fire after a Molotov cocktail was hurled near as an anti-Bush protest Wednesday afternoon in downtown San Francisco. A large crowd made its way from the Civic Center down Market Street, blocking traffic during the afternoon commute. "My partner and I are standing here monitoring the crowd and all of a sudden I heard glass breaking, and the bottle apparently hit right there and gasoline spilled and the next thing I know my shoulder is on fire," police officer Gary Constantine told television station KRON. Just when...
  • Anti-Bush protest today in Times Square

    11/02/2005 5:25:46 AM PST · by Personal Responsibility · 28 replies · 1,622+ views
    11/2/05 | Personal Responsibility
    I just received an email at work that says The New York City World Can't Wait Committee (an anti-President Bush group) will stage a protest march on November 2, 2005 starting from Union Square at 2:30 pm. They should arrive in Times Square via Broadway between West 40th St and West 42nd St at approximately 3:30 pm. They are to remain there until about 5:30 pm. Event organizers say they expect up to 5,000 people but also have said that number could be well overestimated.
  • 2000, Why? Not One More. (A message from Cindy Sheehan) BARF Alert!

    10/26/2005 3:41:04 PM PDT · by proud_yank · 23 replies · 948+ views
    michael moore.com ^ | oct 25, 2005 | cindy sheehan
    A message from Cindy Sheehan Civil disobedience becomes a sacred duty when the State becomes lawless and corrupt. Mahatma Gandhi Unfortunately the 2000th American death in Iraq is tragically coming up too soon. In addition to the wasted young lives in Iraq, 246 of our brave men and women have been killed in Afghanistan. Our troops and the war in Afghanistan get even less attention than Iraq, if possible. I am in Washington, DC now and along with a coalition of peace groups and local activists, we will be holding vigils at the White House for the rest of the...