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  • At 90, Jimmy Carter hammers away in Oak Cliff for Habitat for Humanity [Hurl to the Max]

    10/08/2014 10:21:45 PM PDT · by re_nortex · 51 replies
    Dallas Morning (Lies) News ^ | 08 October 2014 11:06 PM | ROY APPLETON
    The guy wearing the red bandanna didn’t mess around. Measuring, cutting and hammering away, he made sure the siding was just right for the new house in Oak Cliff. Nothing like having a seasoned leader on the job. Former President Jimmy Carter didn’t let a little heat and his age (90) get in the way Wednesday morning at the house on Exeter Avenue.
  • Was Neville Chamberlain really a weak and terrible leader?

    09/30/2013 9:02:59 AM PDT · by the scotsman · 59 replies
    BBC News ^ | 30th September 2013 | Robert Self
    'Seventy-five years after the Munich Agreement signed with Hitler, the name of Neville Chamberlain, British prime minister at the time, is still synonymous with weakness and appeasement. Is this fair, asks historian Robert Self.'
  • Romney warns threat to shut down government not ‘effective’

    09/28/2013 2:43:52 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 70 replies
    The Hill ^ | September 27, 2013 | Jonathan Easley
    Mitt Romney on Friday said the Republican threat to shut down the government in an attempt to defund ObamaCare isn’t an “effective” strategy. "We're more effective tactically not to use a shutdown of some kind to pursue the ... anti-Obamacare objective,” Romney said in an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper. “I don't think that will be as effective.” [snip] "I think there's a better way of getting rid of ObamaCare — my own view — and that is, one, delaying it by at least a year,” Romney said. “That was Senator (Joe) Manchin's idea, the Democrats' idea.”.......
  • US discussing giving Russia missile defense data

    05/08/2013 8:05:16 PM PDT · by TurboZamboni · 44 replies
    AP (Administration Propaganda) ^ | 5-8-13 | DESMOND BUTLER
    WASHINGTON—The head of the U.S. Missile Defense Agency says that the Obama administration has discussed declassifying key data on U.S. missile defense in order to provide it to Russia. The administration has been exploring how to ease Russian concerns that the U.S. missile defense shield is aimed at countering Russia's nuclear arsenal. Arms control advocates have suggested that revealing missile interceptor capabilities could provide a breakthrough on an issue that Russia says stands in the way of nuclear arms reductions. But doing so would provoke charges by Republicans that the administration is compromising national security to appease Moscow.
  • Terry Waite Shakes Hands with Hizbollah 25 Years After Kidnap

    12/08/2012 1:42:26 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 38 replies
    The Telegraph ^ | 08 Dec 2012 | Robert Mendick
    Terry Waite has met the leadership of Hizbollah, the militant group accused of kidnapping and holding him for five years, in an extraordinary gesture of “reconciliation”.The former hostage spoke for two hours to one of its most senior figures at their stronghold in Beirut, his first encounter with the organisation held responsible for masterminding his kidnapping 25 years ago. Accompanied by The Sunday Telegraph, he travelled to Lebanon to highlight the plight of Christians who have fled the Syrian civil war. Mr Waite offered the reconciliation to Hizbollah to help with the Christians’ plight at a secretly arranged, late night...
  • Ron Paul Rising

    12/14/2011 10:42:04 AM PST · by JosephMama · 49 replies
    NYTimes ^ | ROSS DOUTHAT
    The race for the Republican nomination may be coming down to Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney, but in the contest for the Iowa caucuses, their high-profile battle might still turn out to be a sideshow. The national party has spent the last two weeks resigning itself to a choice between the former speaker and the former Massachusetts governor. But Iowa Republicans may end up choosing between Gingrich and Representative Ron Paul. In every post-Thanksgiving poll but one, Paul has been neck and neck for second place in Iowa. In most of them, he has lagged well behind the soaring speaker,...
  • Oval Office Appeaser

    08/22/2011 7:10:03 PM PDT · by Nachum · 26 replies
    The Daily Beast ^ | 8/22/11 | William Broyles
    When Barack Obama was inaugurated, a Republican president had taken the peace, prosperity, and budget surpluses of the Clinton years and given us two wars, a devastated economy, and an almost trillion-dollar deficit. Obama was going to be our Franklin Roosevelt, our Winston Churchill—a visionary leader who would give America hope again. Instead, he has turned out to be the Neville Chamberlain of American politics, drifting toward national catastrophe, one compromise at a time. In the 1930s, desperate to keep the peace, Chamberlain caved in to every German demand. And he got war anyway. Let me be clear: the right-wing...
  • Huntsman Calls for Civility During New Hampshire Speech

    05/22/2011 7:35:09 AM PDT · by libstripper · 76 replies
    Fox News ^ | May 21, 2011 | Carl Cameron
    2012 White House hopeful Jon Huntsman made a plea for civility for the second day in a row during his five day opening campaign swing through New Hampshire, home of the leadoff primary next year. This time the former two-term Utah governor took aim at those in Washington negotiating over how to deal with the nation's $14 trillion federal debt in his commencement address to graduates of Southern New Hampshire University. Four years ago then-candidate Barack Obama did the same.
  • Hamas: Obama speech a complete failure

    05/19/2011 1:03:07 PM PDT · by Responsibility2nd · 103 replies
    YNET NEWS ^ | 05/19/2011
    The Hamas movement called US President Barack Obama's Mideast policy speech a "complete failure," saying it was like "throwing sand in the eyes of the public." Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri claimed the speech lacked content, adding that his organization "is opposed to intervention in our internal affairs." Abu Zuhri urged the Palestinian Authority to dismiss the speech, and emphasized the need to "coordinate the stances of Palestinian forces against the American arrogance." (Elior Levy)
  • Why is Ron Paul running again? 5 theories

    04/27/2011 9:40:19 AM PDT · by Bokababe · 173 replies
    The Week ^ | 4/27/11 | Staff
    The Texas libertarian is widely seen as a longshot candidate for the GOP's 2012 presidential nomination. So why is he preparing for another White House campaign?....
  • Pentagon denies Petraeus rumors

    02/15/2011 5:25:45 PM PST · by ColdOne · 8 replies
    Politioc44 ^ | 02/15/11 | ABBY PHILLIP
    The Pentagon is denying reports that Gen. David Petraeus will leave his post as commander of U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan at the end of the year. Contrary to the "sensational speculation by one of the London papers" Pentagon spokesman Geoff Morrell said that though Petraeus will not stay in his post "forever," a date for his departure has not been determined, and the general has not quit. "Obviously he will rotate out at some point, but that point has not yet been determined and it will not occur anytime soon," Morrell said. "Until then, he will continue to...
  • US Ambassador Christopher Hill: N.Korean army "probably not taking civilian direction at this point"

    11/26/2010 7:29:40 AM PST · by jhpigott · 61 replies
    … CHRISTOPHER HILL: Well, I agree that we need a peace process. Our problem right now is, we don’t have an interlocutor. It’s very unclear what’s going on in North Korea. Clearly, they have a succession crisis. They have an army that’s basically a law unto itself, that’s probably not taking civilian direction at this point. So, I think we have problems finding someone over there to talk to. And, in the meantime, I think it is very important that we work very closely with the South Koreans. I don’t think we want to be in a position of somehow...
  • Hatch: 'I'm no Bob Bennett' (RINO running scared ahead of potential 2012 challenge from Tea Party)

    10/23/2010 11:03:28 AM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 61 replies
    The Hill, Washington, DC ^ | 2010-10-15 | Michael O'Brien
    Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) stressed Friday he has no intentions of following down the path of his Utah colleague, Sen. Bob Bennett (R). During an appearance on Bloomberg's "Political Capital With Al Hunt" set to air this weekend, Hatch, who's up for reelection in 2012, talked down the prospect of losing to a conservative primary challenger the way Bennett did earlier this year. “I like Bob Bennett. I felt like he was a great senator. But I'm no Bob Bennett," Hatch said of his colleague, who lost at a state party convention to Mike Lee, the new GOP candidate for...
  • Palin Condemns Quran Burning, Likens to "Ground Zero Mosque"

    09/11/2010 7:28:01 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 66 replies
    CBS News - Political Hotsheet ^ | 2010-09-09 | Stephanie Condon
    Former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin Wednesday evening decried a Florida pastor's plan to lead a Quran burning over the weekend, likening it to the plans to build a Muslim community center near Ground Zero. "Book burning is antithetical to American ideals," Palin wrote in a Facebook note. "People have a constitutional right to burn a Koran if they want to, but doing so is insensitive and an unnecessary provocation - much like building a mosque at Ground Zero."
  • If Obama were a muslim, would he let Michelle dress like that?

    09/09/2010 4:11:44 AM PDT · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 57 replies
    I think it's a fair question to ask. I too have taken notice that 'Obama is a muslim', some of the puzzle pieces fit. But not enough IMHO, it doesn't stand on it's own. Now, if you re ask the question as "Is Obama an appeaser of muslims" then all of the puzzle pieces fit, particularly that of radical liberation theology. There shouldn't be any questions that he believes that garbage. Obama is not a muslim, he is a believer in liberation. And that does stand on it's own.
  • Democrats to Obama: Focus on Iran not Israel (0bama's muhammadan Ideology realized)

    03/17/2010 7:26:15 PM PDT · by Tigen · 8 replies · 790+ views
    INN ^ | 3-18-10 | Reported
    (IsraelNN.com) Pro-Israel Democrats are criticizing the Obama administration for its heavy hand against the Jewish State. “We urge your Administration to refrain from further public criticism of Israel and to focus on more pressing issues affecting this vital relationship, such as signing and enforcing the Iran Refined Petroleum Sanctions Act when it comes to your desk."
  • Cantor open to second stimulus with tax cuts

    07/06/2009 11:23:54 AM PDT · by BGHater · 55 replies · 1,102+ views
    The Hill ^ | 06 July 2009 | Walter Alarkon
    House Minority Whip Eric Cantor (R-Va.) said that Republicans would work with President Obama on a second stimulus bill, as long as it's like the tax cut-heavy package the GOP proposed earlier. Cantor told reporters Monday that Obama made a mistake by pushing through a $787 billion stimulus bill in February that had too much government spending. With the economy still scuffling and unemployment approaching 10 percent, Cantor said that Republicans could back new stimulus legislation that focuses on help for small businesses. "We stand ready and willing to work with the president to produce a bill that will actually...
  • Sotomayor hard to read on security issues

    06/03/2009 2:16:07 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 6 replies · 433+ views
    Washington Times ^ | Wednesday, June 3, 2009 | By Tom LoBianco
    Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor remains something of an enigma on legal matters relating to national security and the war on terror, issues likely to loom large on the high court's docket in the coming years. In one case touching directly on national security questions, Judge Sotomayor ruled for the Bush administration in 2006 in allowing broad search powers to a Vermont ferry operator for security purposes. But in a second case - still pending - she sharply questioned the government's "rendition" policy of shipping suspected terrorists to other countries for questioning.
  • Obama In Turkey "We Do Not Consider Ourselves A Christian Nation" (Video)

    Who is this guy? Has he ever studied history? Read anything from the Founding Fathers? I understand "freedom of religion", but should he be saying this in a Muslim country? Oh... that's right! This is Barack Obama who hates America, hates capitalism and wants to destroy us from within! This is nice; now he's attacking religion and our Judeo-Christian value system this country was built upon.
  • Get ready to shake hands with Fidel (O as in olive branch)

    03/08/2009 10:33:59 AM PDT · by Veto! · 33 replies · 768+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | March 8, 2009 | Rick Moran
    Lefties around the world are jumping for joy. It appears our president is so concerned that folks in Latin America don't very much like the US (when have they ever?) that he sees normalizing relations with Cuba as just the thing to get all those socialists in Latin America saying nice things about America. THEN HE QUOTES THE GUARDIAN The Guardian: President Barack Obama is poised to offer an olive branch to Cuba in an effort to repair the US's tattered reputation in Latin America. The White House has moved to ease some travel and trade restrictions as a cautious...
  • ABC News:Charges Withdrawn Against Alleged U.S.S. Cole Bombing Mastermind [7:59 pm ET]

    02/05/2009 5:20:02 PM PST · by My Favorite Headache · 252 replies · 11,911+ views
    Breaking News from ABCNEWS.com: Charges Withdrawn Against Alleged U.S.S. Cole Bombing Mastermind [7:59 pm ET]
  • President Obama Likely to Order Military Commission Charges Dropped Against Terrorist Suspect

    02/05/2009 3:24:14 PM PST · by Smokeyblue · 121 replies · 6,530+ views
    ABC Political Punch ^ | February 05, 2009 | Jake Tapper
    ABC News has learned that on Friday, President Obama will likely order the Department of Defense's Military Commission to withdraw charges against terrorist suspect Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri. The charges may later be reinstated in a military commission or pursued in a civilian court. Al-Nashiri will remain in custody. The announcement will not be made until after President Obama meets with the families of victims of terrorist attacks on 9/11 and on the U.S.S. Cole, where he will assure them that this step is not being done to be lenient towards al-Nashiri. The move is being done to stop the continued...
  • Top Officer Urges Limit On Mission Of Military

    01/13/2009 12:17:36 PM PST · by PurpleMan · 19 replies · 638+ views
    New York Times ^ | January 12, 2009 | Thom Shanker
    The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said Monday that senior officers must work to prevent the militarization of American foreign policy, and he urged generals and admirals to tell civilian leaders when they believed the armed forces should not take the lead in carrying out policies overseas. Adm. Mike Mullen, who as chairman is the nation’s highest-ranking military officer, also called for more money and personnel to be devoted to the civilian agencies responsible for diplomacy and overseas economic development.
  • Leon Panetta Pick Signals Obama Will Relent on War on Terror to ‘Civil Rights’ Concerns of Al-Qaeda

    01/06/2009 8:23:30 AM PST · by obamaisandrogynous · 46 replies · 1,733+ views
    Republican Liberty Caucus ^ | 1/6/2009 | Historicus and Publicola
    The pick of Leon Panetta as the new director of the Central Intelligence Agency signals just one thing — Barack Hussein Obama, Jr., the president-elect, is ready to capitulate to terrorists. For weeks, there have been rumors in the military and intelligence world that Obama was having difficulty finding a new CIA director because no one who was qualified wanted to work with Eric Holder, Obama’s choice for Attorney General. Holder famously defended the “wall of separation” between the CIA and the FBI during the Clinton administration, which prevented the agencies from sharing intelligence on terrorists, for fear of harming...
  • Obama's silence on the Gaza crisis is undermining his reputation in the Middle East

    01/04/2009 1:16:46 PM PST · by AfterManyASummer · 61 replies · 1,941+ views
    Guardian ^ | Simon Tisdall
    Barack Obama's chances of making a fresh start in US relations with the Muslim world, and the Middle East in particular, appear to diminish with each new wave of Israeli attacks on Palestinian targets in Gaza. That seems hardly fair, given the president-elect does not take office until January 20. But foreign wars don't wait for Washington inaugurations. Obama has remained wholly silent during the Gaza crisis. His aides say he is following established protocol that the US has only one president at a time. Hillary Clinton, his designated secretary of state, and Joe Biden, the vice-president-elect and foreign policy...
  • 6 out of 10 servicemen wary of Obama in charge

    01/03/2009 9:12:03 AM PST · by RobinMasters · 54 replies · 1,463+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | January 03, 2009 | WorldNetDaily
    A recent Military Times survey of active-duty service members found 6 of 10 U.S. soldiers polled said they were "pessimistic" or "uncertain" about Barack Obama serving as commander in chief of America's armed forces. In follow-up interviews reported by the Army Times newspaper, respondents cited Obama's inexperience in leading soldiers, his plans for accelerated removal of troops from Iraq and his pledge to overturn the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy regarding homosexual service members as reasons for their cautious outlook. "Being that the Marine Corps can be sent anywhere in the world with the snap of his fingers," said...
  • Obama To Host Military-Only Ball

    01/02/2009 2:58:59 AM PST · by careyb · 48 replies · 1,557+ views
    Washington Times ^ | 1/2/09 | AP
    HONOLULU | President-elect Barack Obama will have a Commander in Chief's Ball during his inauguration with military personnel, their spouses and those wounded fighting in the ongoing wars in Iraq and Afghanistan as guests. In the announcement Thursday, officials said that tickets for the Jan. 20 military-only ball will be free to guests. The formal event will be at the National Building Museum in Washington. "It is a privilege to honor our men and women in uniform during our inaugural festivities by continuing the tradition of the Commander in Chief's Ball. Our troops represent the best America has to offer,...
  • 2008 Military Times poll: Wary about Obama

    01/01/2009 7:47:56 PM PST · by fishhound · 33 replies · 1,970+ views
    ArmyTimes ^ | Thursday Jan 1, 2009 | Brendan McGarry
    Army times article
  • Obama dismisses Bush Pentagon appointees

    12/30/2008 6:33:51 PM PST · by BGHater · 93 replies · 3,517+ views
    The Hill ^ | 30 Dec 2008 | Sam Youngman
    Despite keeping Defense Secretary Robert Gates in the Pentagon, President-elect Obama’s transition team informed 90 Bush appointees their services will not be needed after Inauguration Day. Scott Gration, a senior official on Obama’s transition team, called and emailed several of President Bush’s Pentagon appointees about 10 days ago to inform them they were being dismissed. Those calls and emails were followed up by an email from Jim O'Beirne, the special assistant to the secretary of defense for White House liaisons, who expressed exasperation that Gration informed the employees directly instead of letting O'Beirne's office know first. "With regard to the...
  • Obama refuses to be pulled into Gaza debate

    12/29/2008 12:00:00 PM PST · by Victory111 · 50 replies · 1,107+ views
    Cross Action News ^ | 12-29-08 | Israel Today Staff
    A spokesman for US President-elect Barack Obama on Sunday refused to comment on Israel’s massive aerial assault against Gaza’s terrorist infrastructure. David Axelrod, one of Obama’s top advisors, repeated during a series of interviews that it would be wrong for the president-elect to make position statements regarding the situation in Gaza while President George W. Bush is still in office.
  • Region waits anxiously to see how Obama, (Hillary & Huma) handles crisis

    12/27/2008 2:02:16 PM PST · by jimbo123 · 16 replies · 784+ views
    The Sunday Times ^ | 12/28/08 | Tony Allen-Mills
    After a comparative lull in the Middle East conflict, yesterday’s Israeli offensive effectively halted months of painstaking diplomatic efforts to revive a long-stalled negotiating process. It also presented Barack Obama, America’s next president, and Hillary Clinton, his incoming secretary of state, with their first serious foreign policy test. The collapse earlier this month of a Gaza ceasefire treaty brokered by Egypt last June gives Obama an early glimpse of the numbing stalemate that has defied the best negotiating efforts of half a dozen of his predecessors. Although the president-elect and his national security team will not take office until January...
  • Obama 'monitoring' Gaza strikes: spokesman (Silence from The Kenyan)

    12/27/2008 1:54:35 PM PST · by jimbo123 · 42 replies · 1,490+ views
    AFP ^ | 12/27/08 | AFP
    HONOLULU, Hawaii (AFP) — US president-elect Barack Obama is "monitoring" the deadly violence in the Gaza strip while he is on vacation in Hawaii, a spokesperson said Saturday. Obama, who takes office on January 20, "is closely monitoring global events, including the situation in Gaza," said his chief national security spokesperson Brooke Anderson. Anderson however emphasized that "there is one president at a time," a statement Obama has said often since he was elected on November 4.
  • Teacher suspended for 'punishing children who did not pray to Allah'

    07/09/2008 6:10:40 PM PDT · by forkinsocket · 38 replies · 201+ views
    Telegraph.co.uk ^ | 08/07/2008 | Staff
    A teacher has been suspended amid claims she punished two children who refused to worship Allah during a Religious Education lesson. Alison Phillips, head of RE at Cheshire's respected Alsager High School, allegedly disciplined the Year 7 duo claiming they were disrespectful for refusing to kneel down and pray. After giving the two boys detention the school was believed to have received several complaints from parents about the long-standing teacher. Today, a school spokesman said she was suspended over the allegations - but also for "ongoing inquiries centred around other practical issues". Joan Feenan, director of Cheshire County Council's children's...
  • Obama man stresses importance of dialogue with Iran

    07/02/2008 6:03:34 PM PDT · by pissant · 12 replies · 76+ views
    Britain News Network ^ | 7/2/08 | staff
    One of Barack Obama's senior foreign policy advisers has said the prospect of a nuclear-armed Iran is the biggest threat facing the world. In an interview with the Financial Times, Anthony Lake, a former US national security adviser now working with Obama, said: "I believe that the most dangerous crisis we are going to face in the next three to 10 years is if the Iranians get on the edge of developing a nuclear weapon." Obama and his advisers, such as Lake, have stressed the Democratic candidate's readiness to sit down with Iranian leaders without conditions. In the interview, Lake...
  • Democrat Says Some Cutting Remarks About Obama (He may be terrorist connected for all I can tell)

    06/13/2008 6:46:47 PM PDT · by jrooney · 10 replies · 85+ views
    Fox News Grapevine ^ | 06-13-08 | Brit Hume
    "He's got some bad connections, and he may be terrorist connected for all I can tell. It sounds kind of like he may be." Reacting to Hobbs, Davis' Chief of Staff Beecher Frasier says he does not know for sure if Obama is terrorist connected, but he assumes he is not.
  • Is It Time To Bring Back The Draft?

    06/02/2008 7:53:38 AM PDT · by Doctor13 · 66 replies · 320+ views
    Lebanese-Council Coordination Council (LCCC) ^ | 2 June 2008 | Stella L. Jatras
    "War is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is worth war is much worse. The person who has nothing for which he is willing to fight, nothing which is more important than his own personal safety, is a miserable creature and has no chance of being free unless made and kept so by the exertions of better men than himself." John Stuart Mill, English economist & philosopher (1806-1873) The War, a documentary directed and produced by Ken Burns and Lynn Novich is the...
  • Pat Buchanan Defends Hitler's Invasion of Poland

    05/21/2008 6:49:34 PM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 341 replies · 3,508+ views
    Last week we noted the bizarre arguments of Seattle Times editorial writer Bruce Ramsey, who tried so hard to defend Barack Obama against President Bush’s “appeasement” speech that he actually ended up defending Hitler for annexing Austria. His exact words were: “What Hitler was demanding was not unreasonable.” If you think that’s an ahistorical pretzel of monumental proportions, though, you ain’t seen nothin’ — because here comes Pat Buchanan. According to old Pat, not only was the Anchluss not a problem, Hitler’s invasion of Poland was also perfectly understandable, given the Poles’ refusal to negotiate. Those darned stubborn Poles were...
  • Angry Obama: "Appease" Is A Total Sleaze

    05/17/2008 6:23:48 AM PDT · by Fennie · 77 replies · 138+ views
    New York Post ^ | May 17, 2008 | By Charles Hurt
    WASHINGTON - Barack Obama fired back at President Bush yesterday, accusing him of an "appalling attack" for suggesting that the Democratic presidential hopeful wanted to appease America's enemies. "Now, that's exactly the kind of appalling attack that's divided our country and that alienates us from the world," Obama said. "And that's why we need change in Washington. That's part of the reason why I'm running for president of the United States of America." Speaking before the Israeli Knesset earlier this week, Bush laced into those who believe that the United States should negotiate with leaders of terrorist states. Last summer,...
  • Archbishop, you’ve committed treason

    02/10/2008 10:53:59 AM PST · by mojito · 46 replies · 142+ views
    Times Online (UK)/Sunday Times ^ | 2/10/2008 | Minette Marrin
    My text for today is “Hold fast that which is good”: 1 Thessalonians 5:21. These are words I heard so regularly in prayers at my Anglican girls’ school that I have been unable to forget them. I draw them to the attention of the Archbishop of Canterbury, who seems to have forgotten them. At least, he seems to be losing his grip on what is good in this country and, indeed, to be throwing it away with both hands in his curious suggestion that aspects of sharia should be recognised in English law. In an interview on Radio 4 last...
  • Archbishop of Canterbury 'should resign' over Sharia row

    02/08/2008 10:26:13 AM PST · by mojito · 44 replies · 144+ views
    Times Online (UK) ^ | 2/8/2008 | Ruth Gledhill
    A senior Church of England clergyman called today for the resignation of the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, over his remarks supporting Sharia in England. The call, from a long-standing member of the Church's governing body, the General Synod, demonstrated the strength of the backlash Dr Williams that faces from within his own Church — as well as from political and other faith leaders. The senior Synod member, who insisted on remaining anonymous, told The Times: "A lot of people will now have lost confidence in him. I am just so shocked, and cannot believe a man of his...
  • Ron Paul says he'd lift sanctions on Iran

    12/19/2007 6:41:44 PM PST · by freedom44 · 149 replies · 823+ views
    WCAX ^ | 12/19/07 | WCAX
    <p>MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) - Campaigning in New Hampshire today, Republican Ron Paul says he would lift sanctions on Iran and order the U.S. Navy to pull back from its shores.</p> <p>Paul says if the U.S. relieved pressure on Iran, people would breathe a sign of relief, interest rates probably would not go up and oil prices probably would drop.</p>
  • Ron Paul: 'When fascism comes it will be wrapped in a flag and carrying a cross'. (Drudge's Title)

    12/18/2007 7:41:42 AM PST · by mnehring · 1,038 replies · 2,782+ views
    YouTube video via Drudge- Ron Paul quote this morning on Fox and Friends- "When fascism comes it will be wrapped in a flag and carrying a cross. "
  • [Ron] Paul Raises $6 Million in 24-Hour Effort [December 16, 2007]

    12/16/2007 10:43:13 PM PST · by grundle · 368 replies · 1,853+ views
    breitbart.com ^ | December 16, 2007
    COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul's supporters raised over $6 million Sunday to boost the 10-term Texas congressman's campaign for the White House. Called a "Money Bomb," the goal was to raise as much money as possible on the Internet in one day. The campaign's previous fundraiser brought in $4.2 million. At midnight EST, donations were over $6 million, according to the campaign Web site. Those donations are processed credit card receipts, said Paul campaign spokesman Jesse Benton. Benton said the median donation is about $50 in the fundraiser, which was the idea of Paul supporters who...
  • Ron Paul raises millions in today's Boston Tea Party event ($3.2 million @ 3:00 EST)

    12/16/2007 11:57:44 AM PST · by traviskicks · 288 replies · 1,989+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | 12/16/07 | Michael Levenson
    On Nov. 5, supporters of Ron Paul raked in more than $4.2 million in donations in 24 hours, mostly of them collected over the Internet. Today, they're at it again. Hoping to detonate what they call a "money bomb," the supporters started fundraising at midnight Saturday and have already raised $2 million as of about 10:30 a.m. today, more than at this point on Nov. 5, according to figures they posted online. They hope to collect a total of $10 million by midnight Sunday. Last time, they tied their fundraising to Guy Fawkes Day, which commemorates a British mercenary who...
  • Ron Paul on track to be biggest fundraiser (politico)

    11/30/2007 9:07:21 AM PST · by traviskicks · 171 replies · 275+ views
    Politico ^ | 11/30/07 | Jeanne Cummings
    Ron Paul may not win his party’s primary, but he is on track to capture another big title: Top Republican fundraiser for the final quarter of the money-obsessed 2008 presidential primary. In the first two months of the quarter that began Oct. 1, Paul already has raised more than $9.75 million, putting him easily within range to best the amount rival Mitt Romney received from donors during the entire third quarter. The Texas congressman has set a goal of raising $12 million before the fourth quarter’s Dec. 31st deadline, a sum New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani couldn’t achieve in the...
  • Top Police Investigator Recommends Indicting Ohlmert

    11/05/2007 5:49:02 AM PST · by Stepan12 · 4 replies · 245+ views
    Arutz Sheva ^ | November 5, 2007 | Hillel Fendel
    (IsraelNN.com) The head of the police investigation regarding Olmert's alleged intervention in the Bank Leumi privatization recommends charges against the Prime Minister. The investigative team as a whole leans towards an indictment of the Prime Minister, in opposition to the stance taken by the head of the Police Department's Investigations Wing, Yochanan Danino. The Bank Leumi case is one of four cases against the Prime Minister currently being investigated by the police. It involves suspicions that Olmert, as Acting Minister of Finance in late 2005, attempted to change the terms of the sale of the bank to fit the terms...
  • Caption Pelosi in Damascus

    04/03/2007 1:18:22 PM PDT · by PajamaTruthMafia · 83 replies · 3,032+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | 4/3/07 | Yahoo News
    U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, wears a scarf inside Ommayad Mosque during her tour at a popular market in downtown Damascus, Syria, Tuesday April 3, 2007. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi arrived in Syria on Tuesday, the highest-ranking American politician to visit the country since relations began to deteriorate four years ago. President George W. Bush criticized the trip, saying it sends mixed signals to President Bashar Assad. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)
  • Is Nancy Pelosi making the sign of the Cross inside a mosque?

    04/03/2007 12:26:09 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 210 replies · 8,846+ views
    Reuters ^ | April 3, 2007 | Myself
    U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi prays at tomb of John the Baptist inside the Umayyad mosque during a tour in Damascus April 3, 2007. REUTERS/Jamal Saidi (SYRIA)
  • Jimmy Carter has another book coming out.

    04/01/2007 3:14:32 AM PDT · by BlueSky194 · 18 replies · 933+ views
    3/25/07
    http://yidwithlid.blogspot.com/2007/03/jimmy-carter-has-another-new-book.html Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the book store there are reports that the Peanut President has another new book coming out. After days of investigation one of my secret sources from deep within the Zionist conspiracy section of the freshly painted Jewish Lobby has provided me with a copy of the book jacket and I will share with you what I found out. The title of Carter's new book is: "MOSES-Apartheid Leader. The true story of the Exodus from the Worlds Foremost Authority on the Middle East-This Guy is so Good He Never...
  • Edwards: Treaty With Iran Possible - Candidate Talking About Nonaggressive Alternatives

    02/26/2007 1:32:37 PM PST · by Sub-Driver · 51 replies · 968+ views
    Edwards: Treaty With Iran Possible Candidate Talking About Nonaggressive Alternatives By TERRY MORAN Feb. 26, 2007 — - Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards told a group of New Hampshire voters Saturday that he would consider pursuing a nonaggression pact between the United States and Iran. Edwards' statement came in answer to a voter's question at a house party in Nashua on Saturday morning. Asked about it later in an interview with ABC News, Edwards confirmed that he views such a treaty -- in which the United States would promise not to attack Iran -- as "a possibility down the road."...