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  • Transformation is Still Possible: The Closure of Exodus International

    07/03/2013 5:34:14 AM PDT · by mbarker12474 · 3 replies
    Good News Magazine & Transforming Congregations (United Methodist offshoots) ^ | 1 July 2013 | Karen Booth and Thomas A. Lambrecht
    Transformation is Still Possible: The Closure of Exodus International July 1, 2013 http://goodnewsmag.org/2013/07/transformation-is-still-possible-the-closure-of-exod By Karen Booth and Thomas A. Lambrecht In mid-June, dramatic headlines announced that the president of Exodus International North America was issuing an apology to gay people and closing its doors. For those who have been supportive of the ministry of Exodus International, a 37-year-old umbrella organization for Christian ministry with individuals and families impacted by unwanted same-sex attraction, this headline was disappointing and misleading. As ministries working for the renewal of the The United Methodist Church, Transforming Congregations and Good News are saddened by the announcement...
  • The Whittaker Chambers Haters (Book Review)

    07/01/2013 6:04:30 PM PDT · by Brad from Tennessee · 58 replies
    Real Clear Books ^ | June 13, 2013 | By Mark Judge
    We can start with the spoiler. At the end of his newly released and massive revised edition of Perjury: The Hiss-Chambers Case, Allen Weinstein makes the following observation: "As for the conspiracy theories themselves, we may expect that newer and perhaps more ingenious defenses of [Alger] Hiss may emerge, if only because none of the theories raised during the past six decades has proved persuasive. There has yet to appear, however, from any source, a coherent body of evidence that seriously undermines the credibility of the evidence against Alger Hiss." There will never be produced such a body of evidence,...
  • Daily Reflections with Oswald Chambers [February 27, 2013]

    02/27/2013 4:36:42 AM PST · by Vision · 4 replies
    The Impoverished Ministry of Jesus "Where then do You get that living water?" —John 4:11 “The well is deep”— and even a great deal deeper than the Samaritan woman knew! (John 4:11). Think of the depths of human nature and human life; think of the depth of the “wells” in you. Have you been limiting, or impoverishing, the ministry of Jesus to the point that He is unable to work in your life? Suppose that you have a deep “well” of hurt and trouble inside your heart, and Jesus comes and says to you, “Let not your heart be...
  • Just What Was Fundamentally Wrong with Bolshevism?

    11/29/2012 5:29:21 AM PST · by SJackson · 45 replies
    Frontpagemagazine ^ | November 29, 2012 | Steven Plaut
    I recently read the new biography of Trotsky by Oxford don Robert Service, published in 2009 by Pan Books. It is well-written and surprisingly interesting. The book does a great public service in describing the life of the actual Trotsky, whose previous biographies were little more than hagiographies written by his toady worshippers (people like Isaac Deutscher). The last time that I had taken any interest in Trotsky was when I was a teenager and had fleeting delusions of believing in socialism. Reading the new book as an adult and as an economist, I found it a useful opportunity to...
  • Daily Reflections with Oswald Chambers [November 7, 2011]

    11/07/2011 4:40:01 AM PST · by Vision · 9 replies
    The Undetected Sacredness of Circumstances "We know that all things work together for good to those who love God . . ." —Romans 8:28 The circumstances of a saint’s life are ordained of God. In the life of a saint there is no such thing as chance. God by His providence brings you into circumstances that you can’t understand at all, but the Spirit of God understands. God brings you to places, among people, and into certain conditions to accomplish a definite purpose through the intercession of the Spirit in you. Never put yourself in front of your circumstances...
  • Daily Reflections with Oswald Chambers [September 14, 2011]

    09/14/2011 4:43:01 AM PDT · by Vision · 5 replies
    Arguments or Obedience ". . . the simplicity that is in Christ." —2 Corinthians 11:3 Simplicity is the secret to seeing things clearly. A saint does not think clearly until a long time passes, but a saint ought to see clearly without any difficulty. You cannot think through spiritual confusion to make things clear; to make things clear, you must obey. In intellectual matters you can think things out, but in spiritual matters you will only think yourself into further wandering thoughts and more confusion. If there is something in your life upon which God has put His pressure,...
  • Richard Nixon exposed Alger Hiss as a traitor

    08/16/2010 6:57:59 AM PDT · by Michael Zak · 29 replies · 1+ views
    Grand Old Partisan ^ | August 16, 2010 | Michael Zak
    On this day in 1948, Rep. Richard Nixon (R-CA) and his House Un-American Activities Committee questioned Alger Hiss, a State Department officer suspected of being a Soviet spy. Nixon zeroed in on contradictions in Hiss's testimony, revealing that Hiss had lied about not knowing Whittaker Chambers, another Soviet spy. Though never convicted of being a spy, Hiss did go to prison for perjury. For decades, many Democrats asserted that Hiss was innocent and that Nixon had persecuted an innocent man. After the fall of the Soviet Union, de-classified records revealed that Alger Hiss had indeed been a Soviet spy.
  • Witness (but really about Obama)

    09/01/2011 4:13:58 PM PDT · by ml/nj · 15 replies
    Printed Copy | 1952 | Whitttaker Chambers
    Faced with the opportunity of espionage, a Communist, though he may sometimes hesitate momentarily, will always, exactly to the degree that he is a Communist engage in espionage. The act will not appear to him in terms of betrayal at all. It will, on the contrary, appear to him to be a moral act, the more deserving the more it involves him in personal risk, committed in the name of faith (Communism) on which, he believes, hinges the hope and future of mankind, and against a system (capitalism) which he believes to be historically bankrupt. At that point, conscience to...
  • Experts Baffled by Mysterious Underground Chambers

    07/26/2011 11:28:17 AM PDT · by Palter · 42 replies · 1+ views
    Spiegel Online ^ | 22 July 2011 | Matthias Schulz
    There are more than 700 curious tunnel networks in Bavaria, but their purpose remains a mystery. Were they built as graves for the souls of the dead, as ritual spaces or as hideaways from marauding bandits? Archeologists are now exploring the subterranean vaults to unravel their secrets. Beate Greithanner, a dairy farmer, is barefoot as she walks up the lush meadows of the Doblberg, a mountain in Bavaria set against a backdrop of snow-capped Alpine peaks. She stops and points to a hole in the ground. "This is where the cow was grazing," she says. "Suddenly she fell in, up...
  • Cisco Has Become The Kmart Of Network Gear Makers

    02/10/2011 8:17:33 AM PST · by Slyscribe · 20 replies
    IBD's Click ^ | 2/10/2011 | Ed Carson
    Cisco Systems (CSCO) fell 12% just after Thursday's open, a day after reporting lower Q2 earnings and issuing a weak Q3 profit outlook. Smaller, more nimble rivals like Riverbed Technology (RVBD) and EZchip Semiconductor (EZCH) are thriving as cloud computing fuels the need for more and faster network gear. Meanwhile the tech darling of the 1990s is beginning to resemble discounter Kmart (SHLD) in the 1980s, which lost its industry leadership to Wal-Mart (WMT) long before Sam Walton had more sales.
  • Obama's chamber attacks - Will voters care?

    10/12/2010 2:53:17 AM PDT · by paudio · 26 replies
    Politico ^ | Oct. 11, 2010 | Stuart Gottlieb
    And we all know that the idea that Obama was going to "transform American politics" was a myth, much like the Yeti, or its North American cousin, the Sasquatch. But Obama and the DNC's baseless attacks on alleged foreign corporate donations to conservative political campaign organizations -- as if private liberal campaign groups have not reaped in tens of millions of dollars from undisclosed corporate and other funding sources since 2006 -- is simply astounding. Let's put it this way: When the New York Times, Washington Post, and CBS News all declare the attacks to be without merit, something, somewhere,...
  • Franken asks FEC to probe U.S. Chamber's funding after report

    10/06/2010 5:36:01 PM PDT · by Nachum · 24 replies
    the hill ^ | 10/6/10 | Michael O'Brien
    Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) asked the Federal Election Commission (FEC) on Wednesday to investigate the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's funding for its political activities. Franken wrote FEC Chairman Matthew Petersen to ask for a probe into whether the Chamber is indirectly using money from foreign corporations to finance its political operations, which have largely targeted Democrats, this cycle. "I am writing to ask that you investigate these claims, enforce existing laws and regulations prohibiting foreign spending in American elections, and strengthen those very last through new regulations and policy guidance," Franken wrote.
  • Kansas City Chiefs training camp: WR Chambers weds his former stalker; nothing else can top that

    08/14/2010 12:54:57 PM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 14 replies
    The Examiner ^ | August 12, 2010 | Dan Rose
    Even with a sometimes humorous tilt, I try to give you the straight facts going on around the Kansas City Chiefs, the 2010 training camp, player performance and more. However, earlier today a story started making the rounds on the Internet about a current Chiefs player that was too unbelievable to be true. Turns out that it is. It definitely can be filed under the "SAY WHAAAAAAT?" heading and belongs more in the TMZ realm of news than the CNN/SI realm. Chiefs starting wide receiver Chris Chambers, got married in Las Vegas, NV on July 24, 2010 according to the...
  • Feds gave AFL's non-profit $28.5 million; U.S. Chamber's non-profit got zilch

    03/21/2010 10:16:41 AM PDT · by Nachum · 6 replies · 271+ views
    Washington Examiner ^ | 10/21/10 | Mark Tapscott
    Among the most important sub-texts in the year-long national debate over Obamacare has been the massive support for the proposal by organized labor and the opposition of most of the business community. Erick Erickson, the dough-faced, take-no-prisoners proprietor of the Redstate.com blog and CNN's newest political analyst, offers an interesting tidbit of information that helps illuminate the Labor vs Business factor in the Obamacare debate. Seems the chief organized labor non-profit is the AFL-CIO's American Center for International Labor Solidarity, aka the Solidarity Center.
  • The "Higher" Education of Whittaker Chambers: Columbia University, Nihilism, and Despair

    12/21/2009 3:11:38 PM PST · by CondoleezzaProtege · 16 replies · 831+ views
    First Principles ^ | 4/23/08 | K. Alan Snyder
    Columbia was, he declared, a citadel of the mind swaying in the vertigo of a civilization changing (without admitting it) the basis of its faith from a two thousand-year-old Christian culture to the new secular and scientific culture. Whereas the Christian culture placed God at the center of mans hope, the new secular faith, which was exclusively rational and scientific, replaced God with Man. This was not indoctrination into communism, at least not explicitly. No member of the Columbia faculty ever consciously guided me toward Communism, he stated. Columbia did not teach me Communism. It taught me despair. That despair...
  • Spies in Aberdeen? Story is just plain weird

    07/05/2009 11:52:06 AM PDT · by ancientart · 4 replies · 549+ views
    Aberdeen American News ^ | July 5, 2009 | Donna Marmorstein
    To think that Boris and Natasha lived right here in South Dakota, and we didn't even know it! Recently, Walter Kendall Myers and Gwendolyn Steingraber-Trebilcock-Myers - a couple who once lived in Aberdeen - were arrested for spying. The news rocked the nation. Well, actually, the nation immediately forgot the story. Still, South Dakota hasn't forgotten. It's not every day suspected spies are found traipsing through your own neighborhood. The espionage likely started after they left Aberdeen, but you still wonder if that abandoned shopping cart you saw in aisle 8 of Kessler's might have contained a coded message. The...
  • Was Reagan Converted To Conservatism By A Communist Spy?

    10/13/2009 11:43:42 AM PDT · by Starman417 · 7 replies · 581+ views
    Flopping Aces ^ | 10-13-09 | Skookum
    Yes Ronald Reagan, a former New Deal Democrat, by his own admission was converted to Conservatism by Whittaker Chambers an admitted former Communist (capital C), and former Soviet spy, and his book Witness. Whittaker Chambers was a complex man, early in life, he became caught up in the idealism of Soviet Communism and its purported benevolence toward the common man. Whitaker Chambers was born Jay Vivian Chambers April 1, 1901. He was raised in a household with a mentally ill maternal grandmother that caused dissension and apparently drove his father to leave his family. His father supported the family with...
  • Big Sister is Watching You (Whittaker Chamber's critique of Ayn Rand...)

    09/21/2009 9:24:56 AM PDT · by AnalogReigns · 69 replies · 1,846+ views
    National Review ^ | Dec. 28, 1957 | Whittaker Chambers
    Several years ago, Miss Ayn Rand wrote The Fountainhead. Despite a generally poor press, it is said to have sold some four hundred thousand copies. Thus, it became a wonder of the book trade of a kind that publishers dream about after taxes. So Atlas Shrugged had a first printing of one hundred thousand copies. It appears to be slowly climbing the best-seller lists. The news about this book seems to me to be that any ordinarily sensible head could not possibly take it seriously, and that, apparently, a good many do. Somebody has called it: "Excruciatingly awful." I find...
  • Clearing the air vs. splitting hairs and distorting Cold War history (Part 1)

    05/25/2009 4:55:42 PM PDT · by ReformationFan · 15 replies · 546+ views
    RenewAmerica.Us ^ | 5/25/09 | Wes Vernon
    Clearing the air vs. splitting hairs and distorting Cold War history (Part 1) Alger Hiss and Harry Dexter whitewashed Since the downfall of the Soviet Union, volumes have been written about that late superpower's penetration of American Society and its institutions before and during the Cold War years. It can be said without credible contradiction that what we now know about Soviet spying and infiltration of the U.S. for seven decades vindicates the much-maligned anti-Communists (in and out of Congress) of that era. If anything, they didn't know the half of it. It was they who warned often to...
  • Chamber Of Horrors: Witness To The Future...Obama's Change

    05/03/2009 11:56:27 AM PDT · by Starman417 · 7 replies · 952+ views
    Flopping Aces ^ | 05-03-09 | mlajoie2
    I have been rereading the classic tome Witness by Whittaker Chambers recently, using the new 50th anniversary edition with wonderful forewords by the recently deceased Buckley & Novak. (It has had a foundational influence on American conservatives and traditionalists like Buckley and Novak and justifiably so.) Although I have read it several times before, this is the first time Ive read it since the election and the difference for me is astounding and eye-opening. Things have been leaping out of the pages at me this time. There is a lot I could talk about but for the purposes of this...
  • Autopsy inconclusive for adult star's death (Marilyn Chambers)

    04/15/2009 6:54:34 AM PDT · by MAD-AS-HELL · 34 replies · 6,850+ views
    LOS ANGELES (AP) A Los Angeles County coroner official says an autopsy has failed to determine the cause of death for adult film star Marilyn Chambers. Los Angeles County coroner's Assistant Chief Ed Winter said Tuesday that 56-year-old Chambers probably died of natural causes, but additional testing will be required. Chambers was found dead Sunday at her home in the Los Angeles suburb of Canyon Country. Chambers starred in the explicit 1972 movie "Behind the Green Door," which helped bring hard-core adult films into the mainstream. Her appearance in the film cost the then-aspiring model and actress her job...
  • What If?

    01/05/2009 5:53:26 PM PST · by pharmamom · 4 replies · 261+ views
    WhenWeAreQueen ^ | January 5, 2009 | Queen1
    What if the Islamists stand to defeat us, not because they embrace death, but because they embrace God (however malformed their image of him is)? What if we stand to lose, not because we love life, but because we love only ourselves? Ive just started Witness. Not surprised to find that Ive never had an original thought in my head, I see that he expresses thoughts with which I fumble as I examine the West and Islam. Chambers did not forsee the deadly war we wage with militant Islam, but he knew the nature of our most existential battle: the...
  • Whittaker Chambers bears "Witness" to Bill Clinton's protestations

    10/03/2006 10:36:23 AM PDT · by ReleaseTheHounds · 11 replies · 846+ views
    Whitness | 1952 | Whittaker Chambers
    Following is a quote from Whittaker Chambers' autobiographical masterpiece, Witness, in which the former Soviet/Communist spy gave his account of his turn and ultimate fight againt the communists and his testimony naming Alger Hiss a communist before the House Committee on Un-American Activities. The following is taken from pages 536-7: "I was even less impressed by such shrieks of outraged innocence uttered by some of the Committee's witnesses, as sometimes reached my ears. Experience had taught me that innocence seldom utters outraged shrieks. Guilt does. Innocence is a mighty shield, and the man or woman covered by it, is much...
  • Australian anger over Singapore hanging

    11/28/2005 9:25:27 PM PST · by maui_hawaii · 69 replies · 1,825+ views
    Time is running out for 25-year-old Australian drug trafficker Nguyen Tuong Van, who is due to be executed at Singapore's Changi prison on Friday. His death sentence has sparked widespread criticism in Australia. The Canberra government has repeatedly pleaded for clemency, as have lawyers, trade unions and church groups. But Singapore remains unmoved, and insists the hanging will go ahead as planned. "People have been praying for a change of heart," said Father Peter Norden, a friend of Kim Nguyen, the condemned man's mother. "They want the Singapore government to change its heart from one of stone to a heart...
  • Whittaker Chambers: Man of Courage and Faith

    08/04/2005 10:17:14 AM PDT · by Taft in '52 · 10 replies · 759+ views
    The Heritage Foundation ^ | April 2, 2001 | Lee Edwards
    Whittaker Chambers: Man of Courage and Faith by Lee Edwards, Ph.D.Executive Memorandum #735 April 2, 2001 The wave of publicity about Robert Hanssen, a veteran FBI agent who became a master spy for the Russians, brings to mind a far different man--Whittaker Chambers, a veteran Soviet spy who became, in William F. Buckley Jr.'s words, "the most important American defector from Communism." This April marks the 100th anniversary of Chambers' birth. In August 1948, Chambers, an editor at Time, identified Alger Hiss, a golden boy of the liberal establishment, as a fellow member of his underground Communist cell in...
  • Venona Ten Years Later: Lessons for Today

    07/17/2005 5:58:36 PM PDT · by Tailgunner Joe · 87 replies · 2,171+ views
    History News Network ^ | 7-18-05 | Steven T. Usdin
    Ten years ago, on July 11, 1995, the U.S. intelligence community held an extraordinary press conference at CIA headquarters to break the seal on one of the most closely held secrets of the Cold War. The world learned that starting in 1946 American cryptologists had cracked Soviet codes and read portions of thousands of messages Soviet intelligence operatives sent each other during World War II. Most of the cables decrypted in a program that came to be known as Venona, one of numerous codenames used to cloak its existence, were sent or received by the Soviet head of foreign intelligence....
  • Israel Says Never Again With New Holocaust Museum

    03/13/2005 1:40:13 PM PST · by IsraelBeach · 10 replies · 1,040+ views
    Israel News Agency ^ | March 13, 2005 | Joel Leyden
    Israel Says Never Again With New Holocaust Museum By Joel Leyden Israel News AgencyJerusalem----March 13....It is not the Eurovision TV song festival or the Maccabi Tel Aviv basketball team entering the finals of the European championship. There are no ads or promos on Israel television. It is an event which entered my email box as hundreds do from the Israel Government Press Office. But this event was quite different. It talked about a new holocaust museum opening in Jerusalem. At first I questioned if this was a new wing or an extension dedicated by a wealthy contributor in the US...
  • Tech companies building bridges with China

    03/04/2005 7:27:04 AM PST · by GOP_1900AD · 132 replies · 1,377+ views
    IT World ^ | 9/27/04 | IDG News Service
    Tech companies building bridges with China IDG News Service 9/27/04 John Chambers, the chief executive officer (CEO) and president of Cisco Systems Inc., doesn't care when economists think China is going to become the world's largest economy. He's just thinking about what needs to be done for Cisco to tap into that market. "We can have a healthy discussion about whether that's in 2020 or 2040, but it will (become the world's largest economy) and China will become the IT center of the world," Chambers said, speaking at a press conference in Beijing last week. Chambers tied his comments about...
  • American Friends? Hardly. American Friends Service Committee supported the most brutal regimes

    06/05/2003 1:30:43 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 7 replies · 705+ views
    FrontPageMagazine.com ^ | Thursday, June 5, 2003 | By Gordon Lamb
    American Friends? HardlyBy Gordon LambFrontPageMagazine.com | June 5, 2003 When the first Quakers arrived in America in the late 17th century, they were thought of as heretics, sometimes witches and routinely bizarre. Theirs was a religion based on the ideas the individual is supreme, that the relationship between God and man is a very private affair not to be regulated by government or society, that temperance ("all things in moderation") is a noble way to live one's life.Above all, it prized peace and stated that violence should be avoided if at all possible.The American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) has mastered...
  • Firing of Park Police chief upheld

    10/08/2004 10:29:52 AM PDT · by SmithL · 4 replies · 240+ views
    AP ^ | 10/8/4 | DERRILL HOLLY
    WASHINGTON -- An administrative law judge has upheld the firing of former U.S. Park Police Chief Teresa Chambers for reasons that included telling reporters her force needed more staff and money to protect Washington's parks and monuments. Judge Elizabeth B. Bogle of the Merit Systems Protection Board ruled that the Interior Department was justified in dismissing Chambers for improper use of a government owned vehicle, failure to carry out a supervisor's instructions and going outside the chain of command to discuss her department's internal operations with the media. "These violations are inconsistent with the degree of trust required in her...
  • Classic Conservative Essay Reference (Bookmark This - Quotations Too!)

    09/08/2004 6:12:08 AM PDT · by IncPen · 4 replies · 1,662+ views
    Conservative Forum ^ | 9.8.04 | None
    All manner of essays from the Left and Right, presented for your reading (and quoting) pleasure.. All EssaysQuotations Links to Related Topics
  • Guard, Reserve Reach Out to Employers

    03/01/2004 11:13:47 AM PST · by Calpernia · 5 replies · 189+ views
    American Forces Press Service ^ | March 1, 2004 | National Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve
    The National Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve is teaming up with local Chambers of Commerce to salute local employers who have demonstrated exceptional support for their employees who serve in the Guard and Reserve. The initiative is part of a broad outreach program to provide information and assistance to employers, local professional business organizations, local government officials and members of the Guard and Reserve, officials said. According to Bob Hollingsworth, ESGR executive director, the program marks a shift for the Defense Department agency, generally considered a resource for members of the reserve component. "Saluting America's employers...
  • Saddam Gone. Be Patient: Think of Post-War Germany.

    12/14/2003 5:49:38 PM PST · by forty_years · 4 replies · 351+ views
    www.netwmd.com ^ | December 14, 2003 | Andrew L. Jaffee
    Saddam was captured this morning. No doubt there's been a sigh of relief in Washington. But most importantly, the majority of Iraqis must be feeling more safe and secure. Is it necessary to remind eveyone of why Iraqis would feel relief in light of Saddam's legacy? An estimated 300,000 dead Iraqis lay in some 260 mass graves, 40 of which have been confirmed to date. Saddam's rule meant torture chambers, dropping posion gas on civilians, starting an 8-year war with Iran which claimed a million lives, etc. Imagine if Hitler would've been running around in post-war Germany. Kind of unsettling,...
  • Ten American Biographies Everyone Should Read

    11/16/2003 1:11:01 PM PST · by Theodore R. · 35 replies · 7,230+ views
    Human Events Online ^ | 11-14-03 | Human Events
    Ten American Biographies Everyone Should Read Posted Nov 14, 2003 HUMAN EVENTS asked a panel of 21 distinguished scholars to help us develop a list of Ten American Biographies Everyone Should Read. We asked them first to nominate biographies or autobiographies of anyone who had been a native-born or naturalized American citizen since 1776. Then they listed their top ten choices from the entire roster of nominated titles. A book received 10 points for each No. 1 vote it received, 9 points for each No. 2 vote, and so on. The title with the highest aggregate score was rated the...
  • Inmate Falls Into Judge's Chambers (D'oh!)

    09/09/2003 6:13:33 AM PDT · by bedolido · 9 replies · 334+ views
    NW Cable News ^ | 09/09/03 | Staff Writer
    DECATUR, Ga. (AP) -- An inmate found himself before a judge sooner than he expected when he fell through the courthouse ceiling into the judge's chambers while trying to escape, police said. Ben N. Rogozensky, 31, was one of about a dozen inmates awaiting hearings Monday when he was taken to the empty jury room to speak with his attorney. The inmate asked to go into the adjacent restroom and from there climbed into the ceiling crawl space, DeKalb County sheriff's spokeswoman Mikki Jones said. State Court Judge J. Antonio DelCampo was in the courtroom when the barefoot Rogozensky fell...
  • Remembrances of VENONA

    08/05/2003 5:39:20 AM PDT · by ckilmer · 10 replies · 369+ views
    National Security Agency ^ | ^ | 11 July 1995 | | Mr. William P. Crowell
    Remembrances of VENONA Posted on 05/06/2003 8:39 AM PDT by ckilmer Remembrances of VENONA -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- National Cryptologic Museum NSA Home Page Note: The following are the remarks made by Mr. William P. Crowell, Deputy Director of NSA when the declassification of the VENONA project was announced at CIA Headquarters on 11 July 1995. Mr. Crowell retired from NSA on 12 September 1997. In the early 1960's, shortly after joining NSA, I was one of a small but fortunate group of agency employees invited to a meeting with Frank Rowlett, one of the eminent NSA cryptologists who had been so successful...
  • Patrick J. Buchanan: Of "Treason" and Tailgunner Joe

    07/16/2003 6:37:51 AM PDT · by Theodore R. · 78 replies · 593+ views
    WND.com ^ | 07-16-03 | Buchanan, Patrick J.
    Of 'Treason' & Tailgunner Joe Posted: July 16, 2003 1:00 a.m. Eastern 2003 Creators Syndicate, Inc. In the 1968 campaign, when Hubert Humphrey said he would end the bombing of North Vietnam, Spiro Agnew said Hubert was "soft on communism." A media firestorm erupted over such "McCarthyism." Yet, in 1948, Harry Truman had so savaged Tom Dewey that the New York Times ran this headline: "President Likens Dewey to Hitler as Fascist Tool." Was Harry called to account? No. His "Give-'em-Hell-Harry" campaign remains a glorious episode in the archives of liberalism. Point: What the Left calls McCarthyism smearing...
  • McVeigh,Nichols Attorneys React To IG Report

    04/03/2002 11:34:15 PM PST · by glorygirl · 3 replies · 353+ views
    Denver Post ^ | March 20, 2002 | Howard Pankratz
    In the months before Timothy McVeigh's execution, FBI supervisors knew the agency hadn't turned over dozens of documents to McVeigh's lawyers, yet failed to notify FBI headquarters or federal prosecutors, the Justice Department said in a highly critical report released Tuesday. The report also said agents "purposefully" refused to send information to the Oklahoma City Bombing Task Force, despite repeated requests, and even destroyed investigative files on the bombing probe. McVeigh was convicted of blowing up the Alfred P. Murrah Building in Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995, a blast that killed 168 and injured hundreds more. He was executed...