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  • Was it really a secret that Joe Wilson's wife worked for the CIA? (AWESOME Dirt On Joe Wilson!)

    09/29/2003 11:52:21 AM PDT · by Pubbie · 54 replies · 1,253+ views
    National Review ^ | September 29, 2003 | Clifford D. May
    It's the top story in the Washington Post this morning as well as in many other media outlets. Who leaked the fact that the wife of Joseph C. Wilson IV worked for the CIA? What also might be worth asking: "Who didn't know?" I believe I was the first to publicly question the credibility of Mr. Wilson, a retired diplomat sent to Niger to look into reports that Saddam Hussein had attempted to purchase yellowcake uranium for his nuclear-weapons program. On July 6, Mr. Wilson wrote an op-ed for the New York Times in which he said: "I have little...
  • ^^^FYI^^^SOMETHING YOU SHOULD KNOW [Bretton Woods institutions]^^^FYI^^^

    09/23/2003 5:09:57 PM PDT · by ATOMIC_PUNK · 4 replies · 2,019+ views ^ | New York, 23 September 2003 | ANNAN
    THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ADDRESS TO THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY New York, 23 September 2003Koffee Annon*snip*I respectfully suggest to you, Excellencies, that in the eyes of your peoples the difficulty of reaching agreement does not excuse your failure to do so. If you want the Council’s decisions to command greater respect, particularly in the developing world, you need to address the issue of its composition with greater urgency. But the Security Council is not the only institution that needs strengthening. As you know, I am doing my best to make the Secretariat more effective – and I look to this Assembly to support...
  • ACLU Sues to Force Secret Service to Permit Anti-Bush Protestors to Get Closer to the President

    09/24/2003 7:39:57 AM PDT · by FreeTheHostages · 185 replies · 985+ views
    CNN ^ | CNN
    <p>WASHINGTON (AP) -- The American Civil Liberties Union asked the federal courts Tuesday to prevent the U.S. Secret Service from keeping anti-Bush protesters far away from presidential appearances while allowing supporters to display their messages up close.</p> <p>The civil liberties group filed the lawsuit in federal court in Pennsylvania on behalf of four advocacy organizations that claimed that the Secret Service forced them into protest zones or other areas where they could not be seen by President Bush or Vice President Dick Cheney or be noticed by the media covering their visits.</p>
  • Jailed Tupac Amaru Peru Rebel Chief Lays Down Arms

    09/17/2003 9:07:51 PM PDT · by Tailgunner Joe · 5 replies · 366+ views
    AP ^ | Sep. 17, 2003
    The imprisoned leader of a Peruvian rebel group that was once involved in a lengthy hostage drama says his group has given up armed conflict and now wants to become a political movement. In an interview published in Wednesday's Peru21 newspaper, Victor Polay acknowledged that the Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement has been defeated. "The moment has arrived for the MRTA to actively join the political fight, within the framework of democracy," said Polay, using the group's initials in Spanish. He said he would like authorities to grant amnesty to imprisoned MRTA guerrillas. "I hope there will be a political way...
  • Hans Blix now says Iraq destroyed WMD 10 years ago

    09/16/2003 8:29:32 PM PDT · by nwrep · 120 replies · 1,347+ views
    Reuters ^ | September 17, 2003 | nwrep
    SYDNEY (Reuters) - Former U.N. chief weapons inspector Hans Blix now believes Iraq destroyed its weapons of mass destruction 10 years ago and that intelligence agencies were wrong in their weapons assessment that led to war. In an interview with Australian radio from Sweden, Blix said the search for evidence of biological, chemical or nuclear weapons would probably only uncover documents at best. "The more time that has passed, the more I think it's unlikely that anything will be found," Blix said in the interview, which was broadcast on Wednesday. "I'm certainly more and more to the conclusion that...
  • Mine Blast Kills 12 Police in E. India, Communist rebels suspected

    09/08/2003 5:28:29 PM PDT · by Tailgunner Joe · 4 replies · 409+ views
    AP ^ | September 8, 2003
    PATNA, India -- Suspected communist rebels detonated a land mine under a passing police vehicle in eastern India on Monday, killing 12 officers, police said. The attack took place in hilly terrain in Rohtas district, 125 miles west of Patna, the capital of the eastern Indian state of Bihar, said Ritu Raj, the deputy inspector-general of police. Raj said militants of the outlawed Maoist Communist Center were suspected in the attack since the area is their stronghold. Other details were not immediately available. The rebels work closely with the People's War Group, another guerrilla group, and are active in five...
  • The Congressional Black Caucus: Fifth Column in Congress?

    09/07/2003 1:16:41 PM PDT · by nwrep · 46 replies · 1,092+ views
    Various ^ | September 7, 2003 | nwrep
    For months, I have struggled with a hypothetical question, a thought experiment if you will: If the enemies of the United States, such as Al Qaeda, had a political wing in the US Congress, how would their votes differ from those cast by the most liberal group in the House, namely, the Congressional Black Caucus, who are all members of the Democrat party? After great reflection and research, I have reached a sobering conclusion: in matters of the military, there would not be any significant difference between the aggregate voting record of the CBC and that of the hypothetical political...
  • Irish law firm in 'war crimes' suit (against U.S. soldiers)

    08/31/2003 4:47:00 PM PDT · by Pokey78 · 21 replies · 382+ views
    The Telegraph (U.K.) ^ | 09/01/03 | Ted Oliver
    The Northern Ireland law firm which represents most of the families of the Bloody Sunday victims is mounting a multi-million pound lawsuit against US soldiers over alleged war crimes in Iraq. Solicitors at Madden and Finucane will seek damages of $15 million (£10 million) in American courts after four members of an Iraqi family were shot dead at a checkpoint in Baghdad last month. Three representatives from the firm, which was founded by Pat Finucane, the Belfast solicitor shot dead by loyalists in 1989 in one of the most controversial shootings of the Northern Ireland troubles, have visited the Iraqi...
  • Dutch Group Forms Website to Allow Anyone on the Planet to Vote in 2004 US Elections

    08/29/2003 1:11:51 PM PDT · by nwrep · 108 replies · 539+ views
    The World Votes ^ | August 29, 2003 | nwrep
    A group of 3 Dutch private citizens has formed an internationalist website called The World Votes to register worldwide choices in the 2004 Presidential Elections. This is an obvious attempt to highlight the unpopularity of President Bush among the America-hating, envious, statist citizens of the UN-worshipping world. As election day draws closer, expect these clowns to be featured on important news stories worldwide in an effort to influence public opinion in the United States. They are hoping to show that voting for Bush is an extremely unfavorable choice among the "world citizens", thereby dissuading the US citizens from voting for...
  • MLK Rally marked by Bush, Ashcroft bashing & absence of US flags; Speaker Praises Mugabe

    08/23/2003 6:23:59 PM PDT · by nwrep · 154 replies · 2,526+ views
    Personal Observations on C-SPAN ^ | August 23, 2003 | nwrep
    MLK Rally marked by Bush, Ashcroft bashing & absence of US flags; Speaker Praises Mugabe The rally on the US Capitol today to mark the 40th anniversary of Martin Luther King's "I have a dream" speech was broadcast live on C-SPAN. The event was attended by Democratic presidential contenders Howard Dean, Carol Moseley Braun and Al Sharpton. The following are my personal observations, facts hidden from you by puff-pieces appearing on the wire services. The most stunning aspect of this rally was the almost complete, seemingly choreographed absence of the Old Glory throughout the vast crowd, estimated by organizers...
  • Lord Black pays a price for FDR papers

    08/18/2003 4:59:22 PM PDT · by AdamSelene235 · 5 replies · 154+ views
    Financial Times ^ | Aug 18, 2003 | By Stephanie Kirchgaessner
    Conrad's Black's passion for former US president Franklin Delano Roosevelt has resulted in strained relations between the newspaper publisher and investors in Hollinger International, the company he runs. The upcoming publication of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Champion of Freedom, represents the culmination of a 20-year mission for author Lord Black. But the recent disclosure by Hollinger, which publishes the Daily Telegraph and the Chicago Sun-Times, that it purchased $8m-worth (£5-worth) of FDR historical documents has angered at least one shareholder. The institutional investor alleged that Hollinger's March disclosure suggested Lord Black was using Hollinger's coffers for his own benefit. In June,...
  • Is there a Difference?: Platforms of the Communist Party and the Democratic Party

    08/11/2003 8:24:07 PM PDT · by nwrep · 65 replies · 3,294+ views
    Various ^ | August 11, 2003 | nwrep
    Platform of the Communist Party USA Communist Party Immediate Program for the CrisisIt is shameful and unacceptable that any child should live in poverty, and that anyone should go hungry, homeless, without medicine, or without a living wage in our nation of such great wealth.Meet the Needs of Working, Unemployed and Farm Families - Raise the minimum wage to $12 an hour. -Unemployment insurance for all workers. - Moratorium on farm foreclosures - Labor law reform to remove barriers to workers who want to join a union. - No privatization of Social Security. Increase benefits. - Universal prescription drug...
  • PICTORIAL EXPOSE: Democrats - Communists Link Revealed

    08/09/2003 4:35:17 PM PDT · by nwrep · 151 replies · 3,471+ views
    Personal Research and Other Freepers | August 9, 2003 | nwrep
    Democrats-Communist Link Revealed Here Here is a snapshot of the Website of the Communist Party USA: Notice the Link to anti-American group, in the lower left corner: Now see this picture of Algore from the website of As you may recall, he gave a speech to the members of last week: Now tell me, if this evidence of complicity between the Democrats and the Communists is not enough, what is? If someone here has contacts at FoxNews, may be we can get them to carry it.
  • The Red is not Dead.

    06/05/2003 3:19:45 PM PDT · by RMrattlesnake · 51 replies · 3,701+ views
    The Baptist Corpsman | june 5, 2003 | By Darren Morrison
    The Red is not Dead. By Darren Morrison Yes, that is right Marxism is alive and well and killing Christians. The number one killer of Christians throughout the world and history is Marxism. I know that today you hear more about Muslims killing Christian but the most deadly tool of Satan to kill those who follow Christ is the Marxist. I Marxism has many names and many brands, Marxism was the Idea of a German man Karl Marx, who wrote the communist manifesto. There are various different kinds of Marxism; the one that comes most to mind is Communism. There...
  • Jerusalem Post Report: suspected IRA bombmaker is a reporter

    07/14/2003 7:45:54 PM PDT · by Mr. Mulliner · 5 replies · 401+ views
    Jerusalem Post ^ | July 15, 2003 | Yaakov Katz
    Report: suspected IRA bombmaker is a reporter Yaakov Katz Jul. 15, 2003 The British media reported Monday that an Irish national who was arrested by security forces on suspicion that he came to Israel to train Palestinian terrorists, is a journalist and not a member of the Real IRA. The Shin Bet confirmed to The Jerusalem Post on Sunday that the man was arrested Saturday afternoon and was being questioned. Britain's The Observer reported on Sunday that a massive manhunt was under way for the Irish bombmaker, traveling on a British passport, who is believed to be a member...
  • Maoist Shining Path Guerrillas Kill 7 in Peru

    07/12/2003 5:49:03 AM PDT · by Tailgunner Joe · 21 replies · 704+ views
    AP ^ | July 11, 2003 | MONTE HAYES
    PICHARI, Peru - Shining Path guerrillas ambushed a 30-man marine patrol in a section of steep, mountainous jungle, killing seven and wounding 10 in the Peruvian military's worst loss to rebels in at least four years, military sources said Friday. A marine captain, four other marines and two civilian guides were killed in the attack Thursday afternoon in the Ayacucho region when rebels opened fire after they stopped to take a break in a clearing, said an army officer who spoke on condition of anonymity. The attack was another strong sign of a resurgence in Shining Path activity. Last month,...
  • John Kerry to US Senate in 1971: "We are not best and brightest" & "Mystical Communism"

    07/10/2003 6:32:52 PM PDT · by nwrep · 17 replies · 3,628+ views
    Statement of John Kerry to US Senate April 1971: "We are not best and brightest" & "There is no Communist threat" HOW DO YOU ASK A MAN TO BE THE LAST MAN TO DIE FOR A MISTAKE From John Kerry's statement before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, April 22, 1971. I would like to say for the record, and for the men behind me who are also wearing the uniform and their medals, that my being here is really symbolic. I am not here as John Kerry, but as one member of a group of one thousand, which in...
  • Stalinist Murder Spree in the Philippines

    07/07/2003 7:41:38 PM PDT · by Tailgunner Joe · 7 replies · 1,030+ views ^ | July 7, 2003 | Bill King
    Stalinism may have collapsed in Eastern Europe, but its Maoist progeny is alive and well and on a killing spree in the Philippines. One of Stalinism’s specialties has always been the physical elimination of its political opponents, particularly those on the left. Today, more than a decade after the collapse of the Soviet Empire, the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and its armed wing, the New People’s Army (NPA), is carrying on this tradition in the name of “national liberation” and “anti-imperialism”. In the past seven months, they have gunned down three members of the Filipino non-Communist left, and...
  • Why the left support the BBC's neo-Stalinist agitprop that defends treason

    07/04/2003 2:53:57 PM PDT · by Tailgunner Joe · 7 replies · 306+ views ^ | 4 July 2003 | Gerard Jackson
    The BBC production the Cambridge Spies boils down to a piece neo-Stalinist agitprop that reveals the moral and ideological bankruptcy of the BBC, an institution that was once even respected by it totalitarian enemies for its integrity. Particularly telling, though not at all surprising, has been the praise heaped on it by the vast majority of reviewers. Tony Watson inadvertently summed up the political and historical illiteracy of his media colleagues when he asserted that this band of traitors were driven as much by "their fierce anti-fascist leanings, as they were by the romanticism of communism" (the Age television lift-out,...
  • 150 Teens Greet Limonov With Cheers

    07/02/2003 1:18:54 PM PDT · by RussianConservative · 5 replies · 356+ views
    Moscow Times ^ | 2 July 03 | Oksana Yablokova
    National Bolshevik Party leader and writer Eduard Limonov got a hero's welcome from a crowd of young supporters when he arrived in Moscow on Tuesday, a day after his early release from a Saratov prison. Limonov, 60, was freed for good behavior after serving half of a four-year sentence on a weapons conviction. Prosecutors also accused him of terrorism, forming a private army and plotting to overthrow the government, but a Saratov court cleared him of those charges. Limonov has maintained his innocence. About 150 teenagers, many wearing black jeans and black or camouflage T-shirts and jackets, greeted a broadly...
  • Senate unseals McCarthy transcripts

    05/05/2003 9:26:21 AM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 96 replies · 5,619+ views
    Sac Bee ^ | 5/5/03 | Frederic J. Frommer - AP
    <p>WASHINGTON (AP) - Pushing an anti-communist crusade that riveted America a half century ago, Joseph McCarthy manipulated his Senate hearings by calling witnesses he could intimidate and ignoring those likely to oppose him, newly released transcripts show.</p> <p>Among the roughly 400 witnesses covered in transcripts of closed door meetings, made public Monday by the Senate, are composer Aaron Copland, New York Times journalist James Reston and Eslanda Goode Robeson, the wife of blacklisted singer-actor Paul Robeson. Some 4,000 pages of newly released documents also show that McCarthy was convinced that many writers, government officials and secretaries had access to classified information.</p>
  • Taking On The Neo-Coms, Part I

    04/30/2003 11:28:48 PM PDT · by WaterDragon · 26 replies · 484+ views
    Front Page Magazine ^ | May 1, 2003 | David Horowitz
    How to identify the political left? Current usage refers to everyone left of center as "liberal." Yet what are currently identified liberals liberal about except hard drugs and sex? In regard to everything else, they are determined to intervene, regulate and control your life, or redistribute your income. Obviously, when terror-hugging radicals like Ramsey Clark and Communist hacks like Angela Davis are referred to as "liberals" – as they routinely are – the obfuscation works to their advantage and against the interests of veracity and democracy. The term "liberal" should be reserved for those who occupy the center of the...
  • Kofi Annan's Oil-For-Food Corruption/Oil, Food and a Whole Lot of Questions

    04/22/2003 9:53:14 PM PDT · by jmstein7 · 93 replies · 5,519+ views
    The EIB Network ^ | 2-22-03 | Rush Limbaugh/Claudia Rosett
    My [wife] caught a report by Fox News Channel's Eric Shawn about the U.N. oil-for-food program. This hasn't been picked up anywhere, but it will come as a blockbuster revelation for anyone wondering why the French, Germans and Russians stood in the way of liberating Iraq. This program was supposed to help the starving Iraqi people. Instead, it was a cash cow. This is why I always tell you: follow the money. Kofi Annan personally oversaw this program, and okayed requests under this program for things like laser light show equipment and cartoon making apparatus for Baghdad Bob. The United...
  • Socialism in America's Congress: A Primer (Vanity)

    04/17/2003 4:48:52 PM PDT · by nicmarlo · 204 replies · 11,905+ views
    nicmarlo | 3/17/2003 | nicmarlo
    Socialism in America's Congress: A Primer [all links provided were current and up-to-date as of the date of posting; I have no control over their effectiveness if they later change or disappear.] "The American people will never knowingly adopt socialism, but under the name of liberalism they will adopt every fragment of the socialist program until one day America will be a socialist nation without ever knowing how it happened." (Norman Thomas, 1936 presidential candidate on the Socialist ticket) The war with Iraq has brought out the worst in liberals, all across America. We have witnessed those who preach...
  • Russian organization was training Iraqi spies, documents show (more info from Iraqi documents)

    04/12/2003 10:08:43 PM PDT · by FairOpinion · 141 replies · 890+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | April 13, 2003 | Robert Collier and Bill Wallace
    <p>A Moscow-based organization was training Iraqi intelligence agents as recently as last September -- at the same time Russia was resisting the Bush administration's push for a tough stand against Saddam Hussein's regime, Iraqi documents discovered by The Chronicle show.</p>
  • From Kuwait, a Retired General Plans a New Iraq (targeted by Left)

    04/11/2003 11:56:41 AM PDT · by Ooh-Ah · 11 replies · 380+ views
    The Washington Post ^ | April 11, 2003 | Michael Dobbs
    (Excerpts from the Washington Post) A few months ago, Jay Garner was leading a quiet and very comfortable life in an upscale Orlando suburb not far from Disney World. Today, the retired three-star general has one of the most high-profile jobs in the world: launching the U.S. attempt to rebuild Iraq after the fall of Saddam Hussein. Named by the Pentagon to head reconstruction efforts in Iraq, the former military troubleshooter won high marks for running a very successful humanitarian relief operation in northern Iraq after the 1991 Persian Gulf War. But he has also stirred controversy, particularly in the...
  • Socialists Party donor reporting requirements exempted (again).

    04/06/2003 6:41:40 PM PDT · by Kudsman · 37 replies · 515+ views
    Chuch Muth's News and Views ^ | 4-6-03 | Chuch Muth
    Some More Equal Than Others On Thursday, the Federal Elections Commission extended an additional six-year exemption to the Socialist Workers Party which allows them to keep the names of their donors secret. The commies are the only political party in the country that continue to enjoy being able to play politics under this different set of rules from everybody else
  • Communist Insurgency, Insurrection, and Subversion in America: The So-Called Anti-War Movement

    04/06/2003 3:41:58 PM PDT · by Republican_Strategist · 24 replies · 2,166+ views
    April 6, 2003 | Michael Miller
    Communist Insurgency, Insurrection, and Subversion in America: The So-Called Anti-War Movement Faces of the Enemy Know Thy Enemy Seeing Red - Spontaneous anti-American demonstrations? Think again. Tennessee’s Commies - Red in the antiwar movement (DIRECT PROOF OF COMMUNIST TIES) The Peace Movement’s Mumia Connection Anti-War Or Anti-Reality? Marxist Groups in the Anti-War Movement Anti-war Protestors: Shades Of Stupidity Who's Paying for It All? [re: anti=war demostrations] Anti-War Protestors Are Warmongers for Our Enemies Reds Still COMMUNISTS RUN ANTI-WAR MOVEMENT The "Peace" Movement isn't about Peace The "Peace" Movement's Korean Connection Treason Article III, Section 3 - Treason against the...
  • "Useful Idiots" by Mona Charen

    04/03/2003 3:35:40 PM PST · by SpiderMBA · 21 replies · 649+ views
    Excerpts from "Useful Idiots" by Mona Charen
  • Foundation cash funds antiwar movement

    04/02/2003 7:23:14 AM PST · by RicocheT · 23 replies · 1,275+ views
    THE WASHINGTON TIMES ^ | April, 2, 2003 | Julia Duin
    <p>The American antiwar movement is decked out with all the elements of the counterculture, but it is getting some very establishment funding.</p> <p>In a few months, foundations and donors have kicked in millions of dollars to help antiwar groups stage demonstrations, take out expensive newspaper and TV ads, maintain Web sites, hire and pay staff, and lease office space in high-rent New York, Washington and San Francisco locales.</p>
  • Tennessee’s Commies - Red in the antiwar movement (DIRECT PROOF OF COMMUNIST TIES)

    04/01/2003 9:54:13 PM PST · by Dont Mention the War · 30 replies · 661+ views
    National Review Online ^ | March 28, 2003 | Dave Shiflett
    March 28, 2003 9:10 a.m.Tennessee’s CommiesRed in the antiwar movement. eace can make for interesting bedfellows, as citizens of Nashville and environs have recently discovered. Indeed, the state's most revered and self-congratulatory peace activists have been exposed, by talk radio, as being deeply in bed with the Communist party. No ifs, ands, or buts about it. The fun began when local talk-radio sensation Phil Valentine (familiar to NRO readers for leading the anti-state income-tax movement in Tennessee) decided to have a look at the Nashville Peace and Justice Center's website. The group has been sponsoring peace rallies in the area,...
  • FEC Lawyers Back Socialist Workers Party

    04/01/2003 3:22:04 PM PST · by adam_az · 39 replies · 344+ views
    AP/NY Newsday ^ | 31 Mar 2003 | SHARON THEIMER
    WASHINGTON -- The Socialist Workers Party, long allowed to keep its donors secret because of the danger of harassment, should continue to receive the special protection, Federal Election Commission lawyers say. The party asked the commission to extend its exemption from FEC reporting requirements that other political parties face, including identifying its contributors, the candidates it supports and the businesses it buys from. The exemption, given for six years at a time, was first granted by a court in 1979 and last renewed by the commission in 1996. The Socialist Workers Party advocates a Marxist revolution to overthrow the U.S....
  • Vanity:where the left scores, why we need "join" the protest "party"

    03/28/2003 6:02:45 AM PST · by JudgemAll · 22 replies · 573+ views
    self ^ | 03 28 03 | self
    As you all know, as conservatives, we believe it is good sometimes to spank our kids and our wife (ahem), as well as make love to the wife and tickle the children. Why? Because emotions of pleasure and pain etc, have a tendency to hard wire a learned fact. It is called the law of effect, and it is the enemy's strategy that aims at bypassing reason. The left is crude because the left is in a long range process of rewiring what people were taught at birth. They do not go beyond that, yet the scary thing is they...
  • The Second Front

    03/24/2003 3:48:47 PM PST · by conservativecorner · 43 replies · 698+ views ^ | March 24, 2003 | David Horowitz
    Before the fighting started, one of the fears expressed by critics of the war to liberate Iraq was the prospect of terrorist attacks that al-Qaeda and other jihadist organizations might launch against Americans at home and abroad. A war on Iraq would distract us from the war on terror. The Democratic Party, which did not want to go to war against Iraq in 1991 or 2003, made this its principal point of criticism of administration policy. It was the pre-war theme of Democrats like Joe Biden, ranking member on the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee, Tom Daschle, Senate minority leader, Ted...
  • Current Los Angeles Protests Turning Ugly (Thursday night)

    03/20/2003 7:04:50 PM PST · by lainie · 231 replies · 961+ views
    FR | March 20, 2003 | self
    Gathered information from KFI radio, local television, and police scanner: The idiots at the corner of Wilshire & Veteran are growing in number, cops are starting to fight back (hear a lot of "double time" and "need it yesterday"), and reports are that the crowd is starting to burn flags. Before its newscast ended, KABC-TV showed riot-geared police pushing folks out of streets and onto sidewalks. The poor reporter was obviously shaken and quake-voiced. Looked ugly and sounds like it's getting worse as of 19:02.
  • Red letters leave red faces (Sydney Opera House Vandalized - photos)

    03/18/2003 5:38:28 PM PST · by Indy Pendance · 28 replies · 357+ views
    The Daily Telegraph | March 18, 2003
    IT was a red-letter warning to Australia about the ease with which a national icon's security could be breached. Police and security officials were left red-faced yesterday after protesters scaled the Opera House and daubed "NO WAR" in scarlet paving paint on the tallest sail. It sparked outrage -- particularly because, just a few months ago in the wake of the Bali bombing, the State Government announced that security around such landmarks was to be ramped up. Yet yesterday's graffiti session was the second time in recent weeks that security has failed to stop unknown strangers -- who could have...
  • American Bishop Bars Faithful from War Effort

    03/18/2003 4:56:14 PM PST · by Canticle_of_Deborah · 337 replies · 824+ views
    Catholic World News ^ | March 18, 2003 | staff
    CANTON, Mar 18, 03 ( -- An American Catholic bishop has forbidden his flock from participating or cooperating in military action against Iraq, under pain of mortal sin. Bishop John Michael Botean, the head of the Romanian Catholic eparchy (diocese) of St. George in Canton, Ohio-- which has jurisdiction over all Byzantine-rite Romanian Catholics living in the US-- invoked the full measure of his authority in a Lenten Letter to his people. The bishop declared with "moral certainty" that the proposed attack on Iraq "does not meet even the minimal standards of the Catholic just-war theory." The bishop announced that...
  • Seeing Red - Spontaneous anti-American demonstrations? Think again.

    03/18/2003 9:40:47 AM PST · by jdege · 57 replies · 1,391+ views
    National Review Online ^ | March 18, 2003 | Ion Mihai Pacepa
    March 18, 2003, 9:00 a.m. Seeing Red Spontaneous anti-American demonstrations? Think again. By Ion Mihai Pacepa Over the March 15-16 weekend there were simultaneous anti-American and pro-peace demonstrations around the world, with the largest in Athens and Moscow. It is significant that the headquarters of the Soviet-created World Peace Council (WPC) is now in Athens, and that its honorary chairman is still the same KGB asset, Romesh Chandra, who chaired this Cold War organization during the years when I was a Communist general. This current bashing of the U.S. makes me believe I am watching a revival of an old...
  • "Workers World Party", Other Leftist Orgs Paying For Protests

    03/12/2003 9:43:51 AM PST · by Illbay · 22 replies · 2,992+ views
    Fox News Channel ^ | March 12, 2003 | N/A
    News report on organizations like A.N.S.W.E.R. (a front for the Communist "Workers' World Party") and "Not In Our Name" (I.F.C.O., which sponsors meetings between clergy and Fidel Castro, and has given money to Sami Al Arian's fund-raising for Palestinian Islamic Jihad) just appeared on Fox. These groups are demonstrably "anti-American" not "anti-War." Their agenda is becoming more and more clear, and a little investigative reporting is all that is needed to see it.
  • Code pink alert [BARF]

    03/06/2003 5:07:00 AM PST · by Oldeconomybuyer · 26 replies · 399+ views
    SF Chronicle ^ | 3-6-03 | Ruth Rosen
    <p>IN A PLAYFUL but passionate piece of political theater, San Francisco activist Medea Benjamin spent last Tuesday trying to hand pink slips to President Bush and members of his war team for inflicting a senseless war and a sinking economy on ordinary American families.</p>
  • Move over Constitution, we've got U.N. charter: war maneuvers play into hands of internationalists

    02/28/2003 12:03:55 AM PST · by JohnHuang2 · 41 replies · 3,481+ views | Friday, February 28, 2003 | By Diana Lynne
    A renown constitutional scholar predicts a United States-led war with Iraq could result not just in the loss of Saddam Hussein's sovereignty, but that of the U.S. as well, which in turn leads to the loss of personal liberty for individual American citizens. It's not that Herb Titus is anti-war. He just thinks President George W. Bush is going about it the wrong way. Titus sees a hidden danger in the Bush administration's need to appease the international community by working through the diplomatic channels of the United Nations Security Council. Security Council members in New York continue to debate...
  • Congress Mulls Probe of Communists' Ties to Appeasement Movement, Radical Islam

    02/28/2003 6:35:58 AM PST · by conservativecorner · 186 replies · 5,862+ views ^ | Feb.28, 2003 | Wes Vernon
    See part one of series, "Useful Idiots: Marxists Exploit the Appeasement Movement." Part two: 'Hate-America Leftists' Lead the Appeasement Movement. WASHINGTON – has learned that preliminary inquiries are or soon will be under way on Capitol Hill exploring the possibility of investigating the link between communists and radical Islamic terrorists. Evidence mounts that this coalition orchestrated the recent appeasement demonstrations against President Bush’s policy in Iraq. No decisions have been made on whether such a probe will go forward or what committee would be in charge. But conservatives who have seen documented evidence of that link believe now that...

    02/26/2003 9:34:53 PM PST · by Coleus · 39 replies · 3,042+ views
    Spirit Daily ^ | 02.27.03 | Michael H. Brown
    MEMO TO THE VATICAN: WATCH THE U.N. WITH MORE CAUTION, AS WELL AS RISE OF EUROPEWeeping image in Central Europe By Michael H. Brownwww.spiritdaily.comYour Holiness and Your Eminences, we write to you with great esteem, and hopefully proper reverence. We believe that the world should listen to your -- to the Vatican's -- discernment. Your judgment obviously exceeds our own, and we hope always to maintain strict obedience, especially in matters such as war. As it says in Scripture, obedience is superior to sacrifice.If we can be so bold, we would like to express a concern. It has to do...

    02/25/2003 3:30:59 PM PST · by Tailgunner Joe · 19 replies · 1,114+ views
    Accuracy In Media ^ | February 19, 2003
    As the U.S. faces escalating crises in Iraq and North Korea, a growing “anti-war” movement backed by Hollywood and much of the media is working to undermine public support for American foreign policy and portray the Bush administration as more of a threat to the world than the regimes in Baghdad or Pyongyang. The big media, with a few exceptions, ignored the role played by communists who have traveled to Iraq, North Korea and Cuba in organizing the January 18 anti-war rally in Washington, D.C. Boosting Baghdad This was a classic case of communists using front groups to attract what...
  • Saddam meets former US Attorney General Ramsey Clark calling for peace

    02/23/2003 4:04:38 PM PST · by HAL9000 · 84 replies · 612+ views
    Agence France-Presse | February 23, 2003
    BAGHDAD, Feb 23 (AFP) - President Saddam Hussein received Sunday former US attorney general Ramsey Clark who said he was trying to incite world public opinion against a US-led war. Clark said his International Action Center was meant to "create a world public opinion against the war that the US administration is threatening to launch on the Iraqi people," the state news agency INA reported. "Our center believes in the establishment of peace in the world, despite that the drums of war are beating in the United States and Britain," he said. Saddam hailed Clark's center "for its efforts...
  • Some Maine Teachers Traumatizing Students of Deployed Soldiers

    02/23/2003 9:02:29 AM PST · by bogeybob · 583 replies · 9,548+ views
    WABI- TV Bangor Maine | February 21, 2003 | 6 PM News
    WABI TV reported Friday that the Maine National Guard Family Assistance Center has received about 30 complaints from children of deployed soldiers concerning Principals, Teachers and Guidance Counselors reportedly demeaning the role of their deployed parent. Some children involved are 7 to 9 years of age. Here is a letter written to a friend of mine from the Maine Army National Guard: "Thank you for your interest on this most troubling matter. Our Family Assistance Centers have reported cases from Aroostook County to Southern Maine. We are reluctant to give out specific schools and the individuals involved in the interest...
  • 'Wahhabi Lobby' Takes The Offensive

    07/22/2002 7:29:35 PM PDT · by blam · 15 replies · 583+ views
    Insight Magazine ^ | 7-15-2002 | Michael Waller
    'Wahhabi Lobby' Takes the Offensive Posted July 15, 2002 By J. Michael Waller Media Credit: JOSEPH BARRAK/AFP Oil wealth of the Saudis funds the Wahhabi movement to seize control of global Islam. Totalitarian regimes in the Middle East have targeted the United States with a well-financed influence campaign that is being rooted in American politics. Veteran watchers of the "active-measures" programs of the former Soviet Union say this Islamist propaganda offensive bears an uncanny resemblance to the old Soviet international front operations and the broad parade of fellow travelers who used themes of peace, tolerance and civil liberties to advance...

    02/19/2003 6:26:36 AM PST · by LuvUSA · 33 replies · 327+ views
    Who organized the most recent rallies??? Was it the Workers World Party (A.N.S.W.E.R.) again or another group? The reason for the question is because there was some Leftist woman on Donahue last nIght saying more than once that her group (forgot the name) was the organizer, not A.N.S.W.E.R.
  • Vatican says New Age no replacement for Christian faith

    02/03/2003 11:33:56 AM PST · by hoosierskypilot · 27 replies · 102+ views
    Modesto Bee ^ | 2/3/03 | Nicole Winfield
    VATICAN CITY (AP) - The Vatican weighed in Monday on the New Age movement, saying some aspects of the search for inner peace were positive but warning that they can't replace true Christian religion. In a 90-page booklet dotted with references to the "Magical Mystery Tour," "Feng Shui" and the dawning of the "Age of Aquarius," the Vatican addressed a topic usually reserved for the self-help sections of bookstores. The Vatican said the book was the product of requests by bishops for guidance on determining whether practices embraced by New Agers, including yoga, channeling and healing by crystals, were compatible...
  • The "Peace" Movement isn't about Peace

    02/03/2003 5:38:09 PM PST · by KayEyeDoubleDee · 9 replies · 517+ views
    Front Page Magazine ^ | 1/19/2003 | David Horowitz
    The "Peace" Movement Isn't About PeaceBy Center for the Study of Popular | January 19, 2003 Will you help me place this advertisement in 50 college newspapers across America?The ad describes the so-called "peace" movement as the anti-American fifth column it is. For the past three-plus decades the radical left has filled faculty, staff, and administration positions in colleges and universities large and small. At the same time, conservative instructors have been shunned, fired, or denied tenure as a result of their ideology. Conservative students, as well, have been harassed and jeered into silence by campus leftists while administrators...