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  • African-American man found hanging from tree in Mississippi, FBI investigating, website reports

    03/19/2015 2:25:59 PM PDT · by Citizen Zed · 16 replies ^ | 3-19-2015 | Ben Estes
    The FBI is investigating the hanging of an African-American man whose body was found Thursday (March 19) in Mississippi, reports. The man's body was discovered hanging from a tree in the woods behind the residence where he had been living, CNN said. He had been missing since early this month. It is unclear if it is a suicide, or if the man was killed by someone. 
  • New York Times Outs CIA Operative

    06/22/2008 8:49:33 AM PDT · by TexasCajun · 139 replies · 465+ views ^ | June 22, 2008 - 10:12 ET | Mick Wright |
    In an astonishing stroke of irony, the New York Times has outed the name of the CIA operative who interrogated 9/11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, over the objections of CIA Director Michael V. Hayden and a lawyer representing the operative. Agency officials and legal counsel told the Times that publishing the agent's name would "invade his privacy and put him at risk of retaliation from terrorists or harassment from critics of the agency." In an Editor's Note linked from the story on KSM's interrogation, the Times defended its decision by stating that "other government employees" had been "named publicly in...
  • Limbaugh: Sen. Harry Reid Should Resign

    " Talk-show giant Rush Limbaugh sharply escalated his war of words with Democrats in the Senate Tuesday, calling for the resignation of Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev. He also characterized as "boneheaded" Reid's effort to enlist senators to pressure Limbaugh's syndicator, Clear Channel Communications, to censor him. "And the thing that we ought to demand here," Limbaugh told his listeners, "is that Harry Reid step down and resign as the leader of the Democrats in the Senate, for his constant, uncontrollable contempt of our armed forces; his repeated use of our troops for political purposes. Harry Reid has failed in his...
  • Congress OKs billions for the Iraq war

    05/24/2007 7:36:36 PM PDT · by AmericanMade1776 · 145 replies · 3,146+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | May 24, 2007 | DAVID ESPO
    Bowing to President Bush, the Democratic-controlled Congress grudgingly approved fresh billions for the Iraq war Thursday night, minus the troop withdrawal timeline that drew his earlier veto.
  • Bush set to veto Iraq bill, address nation (6:10pm EST)

    05/01/2007 11:49:41 AM PDT · by cdnerds · 89 replies · 4,074+ views
    The White House said Bush would veto the bill on his return to the White House and then go before television cameras at 6:10 p.m. EDT, just before the evening news shows, to make a statement, coincidentally on the fourth anniversary of his so-called Mission Accomplished speech.
  • AP/Ipsos Poll: Most In U.S., Mexico Want Bin Laden's Execution, Other Countries Prefer Prison

    04/26/2007 4:24:36 AM PDT · by Princip. Conservative · 21 replies · 776+ views
    Highlights from the poll: 1a. Do you favor or oppose the death penalty for people convicted of murder? Is that strongly favor/oppose or somewhat favor/oppose? United States: 69% Total Favor; 29% Total Oppose Canada: 44% Total Favor; 52% Total Oppose Mexico: 71% Total Favor; 26% Total Oppose South Korea: 72% Total Favor; 28% Total Oppose France: 45% Total Favor; 52% Total Oppose Germany: 35% Total Favor; 62% Total Oppose Italy: 31% Total Favor; 64% Total Oppose Spain: 28% Total Favor; 69% Total Oppose United Kingdom: 50% Total Favor; 45% Total Oppose 1b. Which punishment do you prefer for people convicted...
  • Cheney: Democrats Are Defeatists About Iraq

    04/24/2007 1:22:43 PM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 48 replies · 1,298+ views
    Cheney: Democrats Are Defeatists About Iraq Tuesday , April 24, 2007 WASHINGTON — Vice President Dick Cheney, on Capitol Hill Tuesday for a regular Republican leadership meeting, lashed out against Democrats adding a timetable for withdrawal into the Iraq war supplemental spending bill. Rarely commenting to the press after congressional visits, the vice president came before cameras to call a speech by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid "uninformed and misleading." He accused Reid and Democrats of pursuing their Iraq plans for the sake of political advantage, and he criticized Reid over conflicting statements he has made, from pledging not to...
  • D For Defeatism

    04/23/2007 2:48:24 PM PDT · by Kitten Festival · 9 replies · 706+ views
    IBD Editorials ^ | 23 April 2007 | Staff
    Party Of Retreat: The Senate's top Democrat has announced to terrorists a U.S. surrender in Iraq. Considering our new strategy's documented successes, Harry Reid's determination to lose is practically treasonous. In a week that saw the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, and a Senate committee subject the attorney general to a modern-day Salem witch trial, the Senate majority leader managed to say something that made headlines: "This war is lost," the Nevada Democrat told reporters Thursday, "and this surge is not accomplishing anything."
  • "War in Iraq lost": US Democrat leader (Reid)

    04/19/2007 11:08:17 AM PDT · by West Coast Conservative · 373 replies · 14,455+ views
    AFP ^ | April 19, 2007
    The war in Iraq "is lost" and a US troop surge is failing to bring peace to the country, the leader of the Democratic majority in the US Congress, Harry Reid, said Thursday. "I believe ... that this war is lost, and this surge is not accomplishing anything, as is shown by the extreme violence in Iraq this week," Reid said, on the same day US President George W. Bush was giving a speech at an Ohio town hall meeting defending the war on terror.
  • US has lost war in Iraq: US Democrat => IRANIAN MEDIA

    04/19/2007 12:23:14 PM PDT · by rface · 35 replies · 1,479+ views
    IRAN (press TV) ^ | Thu, 19 Apr 2007 22:12:57 | HKT /DB
    Leader of the Democratic majority in the US Congress, Harry Reid, has said the US has lost the Iraq war, and Bush's troop surge has failed...... "I believe ... that this war is lost, and this surge is not accomplishing anything, as is shown by the extreme violence in Iraq this week," Reid stated. The same comments were made to President Bush when he had convened with senior lawmakers to persuade them to pass the emergency war funding bill. Congress is trying to confine the war spending bill to a timetable for the removal of troops from Iraq. Reid's comments...
  • US Dems 'won't cut troop funding'

    04/08/2007 8:40:08 PM PDT · by Aussie Dasher · 36 replies · 1,136+ views
    Herald Sun ^ | 9 April 2007
    US Democrats will not seek to cut funding for US troops in Iraq but will insist on political progress in the war-torn country as a condition, a senator said today. "We're not going to cut off funding for the troops," the Democratic chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, Carl Levin, told US network ABC, commenting on the Democrats' bid to timetable the forces' withdrawal. President George W. Bush has vowed to veto the two versions of the Democrats' bill to withdraw the troops next year - one from the Senate and one from the House of Representatives - raising...
  • Assad Hands Nancy Pelosi Four Point Plan for Syria & Iran to Help Reolve Iraq Crisis

    04/06/2007 8:47:51 AM PDT · by meg88 · 44 replies · 1,620+ views
    DEBKAfile Global Security ^ | April 5, 2007, 10:43 PM | Gioria Shamis-editor
    The plan was presented to Nancy Pelosi when she met president Bashar Assad in Damascus Wednesday, April 4. Middle East sources report that she and the members of her delegation were given to understand – although this was not spelled out by Assad – that Tehran was willing to be part of the first stages of the plan’s implementation, but might have reservations at later stages The four points, according to our sources, cover Iraq’s military situation (terror), political situation and the roles played by Iraq’s neighbors in the conflict. The Syrian ruler rounded off his conversation with the US...
  • Colorado's Sen. Salazar Splits with Democrats on Iraq Funding

    04/06/2007 11:24:31 AM PDT · by nickcarraway · 21 replies · 1,174+ views
    My Fox Colorado ^ | Friday, 06 Apr 2007
    1st term Senator says war funding should not be cutColorado Senator Ken Salazar is breaking with Democratic party leadership, saying Congress should not cut funding for the war in Iraq while U.S troops are still there. Salazar, who is viewed as one of the more moderate Democrats in the Senate is also criticizing President Bush, saying the president has worsened "the extreme partisan divide" on the Iraq War issue by questioning Democrats' support for the troops. On Friday, Salazar released the text of a letter he sent Bush and key Senate Democrats, which said -quote- "I do not believe that...
  • In S.F., Kerry blasts critics of Pelosi's Mideast trip

    04/06/2007 11:48:30 AM PDT · by james500 · 42 replies · 1,292+ views
    SF Chron ^ | Friday, April 6, 2007 | Carla Marinucci
    Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry came to the strong defense of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday for her trip to the Mideast, saying in San Francisco that a high-profile critic of the trip, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, has little credibility on the issue. Romney's "knowledge of foreign affairs extends to briefing papers -- not experience,'' Kerry said of the former Massachusetts governor. "I'd rather have Nancy Pelosi's input than his."
  • Cheney accuses Pelosi of "bad behavior" in Syria

    04/05/2007 3:26:06 PM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 47 replies · 1,434+ views
    Cheney accuses Pelosi of "bad behavior" in Syria Thu Apr 5, 2007 6:15PM EDT By Susan Cornwell WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Vice President Dick Cheney accused U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday of "bad behavior" on her Middle East trip, saying she bungled a message for Syria's president that was later clarified by Israel. Cheney harshly criticized Pelosi's visit to Syria this week and declared in an interview, "The president is the one who conducts foreign policy, not the speaker of the House." Pelosi's Syrian stopover was opposed from the start by the Bush administration, which accuses Damascus of sponsoring...
  • Results of Treason — Pelosi Brings Anarchy To U.S. Foreign Policy

    04/05/2007 11:46:11 AM PDT · by Esther Ruth · 57 replies · 1,644+ views ^ | April 5, 2007 | Bill Wilson
    Results of Treason — Pelosi Brings Anarchy To U.S. Foreign Policy Bill Wilson By Bill Wilson, KIN Senior Analyst WASH—Apr 5—KIN-- House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit with Bashar Assad drew praise from various sectors of the world as a good first step toward peace in the Middle East, but her act of insolent treason brought anarchy to American foreign policy. Leaders of the terrorist groups Islamic Jihad and the Al Aksa Martyrs Brigade, as reported by WorldNetDaily, praised Pelosi. These two organizations have carried out every recent terrorist attack in Israel and are based in Syria. And the Syrian Foreign...
  • Wash Post nails Pelosi: Pratfall in Damascus

    04/05/2007 2:50:29 AM PDT · by Puzzleman · 420 replies · 16,064+ views
    The Washington Post ^ | April 5, 2007 | Editorial Staff
    HOUSE SPEAKER Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) offered an excellent demonstration yesterday of why members of Congress should not attempt to supplant the secretary of state when traveling abroad...
  • Terrorists Endorse Pelosi's 'Good Policy of Dialogue'

    04/04/2007 2:16:42 PM PDT · by kellynla · 61 replies · 1,147+ views ^ | April 4, 2007 | Aaron Klein
    JERUSALEM – House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit today to Syria – in which she called for dialogue with Damascus – was "brave" and "very appreciated" and could bring about "important changes" to America's foreign policy, including talks with "Middle East resistance groups," according to members of terror organizations here whose top leaders live in Syria. One terror leader, Khaled Al-Batch, a militant and spokesman for Islamic Jihad, expressed hope Pelosi would continue winning elections, explaining the House speaker's Damascus visit demonstrated she understands the Middle East. Pelosi's visit was opposed by President Bush, who called Syria a "state sponsor of...
  • Kerry: McCain Wanted to Join '04 Democratic Ticket

    04/04/2007 2:59:13 AM PDT · by Lovebloggers · 45 replies · 1,137+ views
    The Stump/AOL News Election Blog ^ | April 3, 2007 | Matt Singer
    Nice scoop by, who have John Kerry on tape saying that political handlers for John McCain approached him regarding the possibility of the senator from Arizona joining the Democratic presidential ticket. This news comes on the heels of reports that John McCain apparently approached Sen. Tom Daschle in 2001 about caucusing with Senate Democrats, wresting control of the chamber away from the GOP (Jim Jeffords beat him to the punch). The senator's presidential campaign is already reeling from disappointing fundraising numbers for the first quarter. His biggest strength is that he has a huge number of small dollar donors,...
  • Pelosi speech to Knesset warmly received (MUST READ, you will not believe your eyes!!!)

    04/01/2007 9:36:32 PM PDT · by KJC1 · 66 replies · 2,568+ views
    JerusalemPost ^ | 04-01-2007 | Gil Hoffman
    In her speech at a state dinner held in her honor at the Knesset Sunday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (Dem.-CA) vowed to present Israel's case to the leaders of Syria. Her speech was uniformly supportive of Israel, and she received a standing ovation at the end. Pelosi spoke emotionally about her meetings with the families of the kidnapped soldiers and dramatically held up the soldiers' dog tags, which she said she displays prominently at her office in Congress and she would bring with her to Damascus. "I will send a message to the president of Syria from the families of...