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  • Breaking! Hillary hires Wasserman Schultz for a new position!

    07/24/2016 5:16:53 PM PDT · by BlackFemaleArmyCaptain · 76 replies
    BREAKING NEWS - Hillary Clinton announces outgoing DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz will serve as a honorary chair on her campaign (BNO). 4:34 PM - 24 Jul 2016
  • Candidate Says Coal Remarks "Taken out of Context" [semi-satire]

    05/06/2016 4:19:17 PM PDT · by John Semmens · 8 replies
    Semi-News/Semi-Satire ^ | 8 May 2016 | John Semmens
    Seeking to dissuade West Virginia voters from holding her promise "to put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business" against her, Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton maintains that "those remarks have been distorted by being taken out of context." The specific context, according to the candidate "was the need to get the votes of environmentally conscious individuals in states that have no coal industry. For my opponents and the media to inject that statement into the West Virginia primary distorts the nuanced messages I am trying to express to the varied constituencies around the nation. It...
  • Bullock's use of state plane displays duplicity ( Montana )

    03/10/2016 12:25:21 PM PST · by george76 · 10 replies
    missoulian ^ | 3-10- 2016 | Brad Tschida
    On Feb. 16, Gov. Steve Bullock flew to Missoula from Helena to conduct “state” business, which also happened to “conveniently” coincide with a campaign event, using the state’s turboprop airplane, at a cost of not less than $1,000/hour. A 115-mile drive, it’s probably an 80-mile flight; not the type of flight for which this plane is designed. More offensive is that he’s flying to a destination that includes a campaign event, using state equipment/taxpayer funds to do so. This has been an ongoing practice of this governor (the same modus operandi recently used for campaign events in Billings and Bozeman)....
  • Donald Trump was for the Clintons before he was against them

    12/29/2015 2:39:24 PM PST · by Berlin_Freeper · 131 replies ^ | 12/29/15 | Nick Gass
    Hillary Clinton took a seat in the front pew at the Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea in Palm Beach, Florida, one of 450 guests on the balmy Saturday night in January 2005 when Donald Trump tied the knot with Melania Knauss, his third (and current) wife. At the reception that followed, Bill Clinton joined his wife, the former first lady who was then serving Trump's home state of New York in the Senate. Trump now says Clinton had "no choice" but to attend his wedding because he donated money to her campaign. And he's viciously attacking his potential rival for the...
  • Why would Reince Priebus and the GOP Elite Agree to Biased Debate Formats?

    10/30/2015 4:31:24 AM PDT · by The_Media_never_lie · 63 replies
    self | October 30, 2015 | self
    At least for this Presidential election cycle, and also for the last two, the GOP has agreed to debates hosted by unfair moderators who masquerade as "journalists". From Candy "get the transcript" Crowley, to the CNBC debacle October 28, the GOP seems complicit in setting up an unfair playing field. Basicly, the hard, snarky questions are asked the Republicans while the Democrat candidates are served softball questions. Could it be the GOP is in cahoots the mainstream media and the democrats, and is using the unfair format to decimate the conservatives within their ranks, leading less formidable ( McCain, Romney)...
  • The Climate Letter Urges ‘Dialogue with Everyone,’ So Why Did Vatican Single Out and Harass Us?

    06/25/2015 5:37:32 PM PDT · by ebb tide · 10 replies
    PJ Media ^ | June 34, 2015 | Tom Harris
    The Vatican’s contradictions extend beyond its behavior: they even appear within the encyclical letter itself. The Pope stresses open dialogue, as in the quote above, but then the pope references “obstructionist attitudes” ranging “from denial of the problem to indifference,” supporting Yore’s contention that he in fact has no patience for divergent views on the topic.
  • A Letter to My Liberal Jewish Friends

    05/28/2015 2:10:53 PM PDT · by OK Sun · 7 replies
    Mosaic ^ | May 28 2015 12:01AM | Michael Doran
    The president’s address last week to Congregation Adas Israel as “an honorary member of the tribe” was something other than it seemed. Dear Congregants of Adas Israel: On Friday, May 22, President Obama, calling himself “an honorary member of the tribe,” addressed you not just as the president of the United States but also as an explicit adherent of the “tikkun olam” tradition: a Jewish viewpoint for “repairing the world” that, in his reading, promotes universal progressive ideals like fighting bigotry and working for social justice everywhere. Thus, for him, the same “shared values” that underlay the civil-rights movement in...
  • NYC Censorship Event Gets Censored

    05/19/2015 8:52:20 PM PDT · by TigerClaws · 17 replies
    A New York City arts center has canceled a planned event intended to protest censorship after one of the scheduled plays, “‘Mohammed’ Gets A Boner,” was deemed too offensive to Muslims.
  • North Carolina’s ISIS Beachhead: Slain Sisters & Father’s Terror Connections. Media Blackout.

    02/15/2015 5:38:55 PM PST · by Reverend Saltine · 15 replies
    Adina Kutnicki ^ | 2/15/2015 | Adina Kutnicki
    REFLEXIVELY, as if in lockstep, westerners look on in horror when citizens are gunned down. Agreed, this is a natural response. Not only that, when the “other” is the victim, well, the wailing increases to an exponential level. Nevertheless, it is good (western) advice to take a pause, to reflect on who’s who and what’s what. In other words, when addicts are eliminated by their pushers; when prostitutes fall victim to their pimps; and when Mafia thugs are buried by their bosses, are said deaths the same as the truly innocent? Get real. Skells. IN light of certain (disinfecting) truths,...
  • Why Everyone Should Be Terrified By The GOP’s Abortion Bill Debacle (must read!)

    01/22/2015 1:56:34 PM PST · by RKBA Democrat · 33 replies
    The Federalist ^ | 1-22-15 | Mollie Hemingway
    Today marks the 42nd anniversary of the Supreme Court legalizing abortion on demand throughout pregnancy. The pro-life movement commemorates this day with marches, worship services and lobbying for bills to protect unborn children. Pro-lifers were promised by the Republican leaders they just helped elect and re-elect that the House of Representatives would pass a bill today banning most abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy, a point after which infants can feel pain and survive if born prematurely. The legislation has been passed by the House in the previous Congress and is extremely popular in national polling. “One of the clearest...
  • Obama’s fossil fools

    06/22/2014 9:06:05 AM PDT · by caveat emptor · 8 replies
    Edmonton Sun ^ | June 21, 2014 | Lorrie Goldstein
    Canada, were being played for a patsy on the oil sands. It’s being orchestrated by an unholy alliance headed by U.S. President Barack Obama, aided and abetted by American Democratic billionaires, hypocritical Canadian and U.S. environmentalists and Canada’s opposition parties. While Obama acts like Hamlet on approving the Keystone XL pipeline, and while the rest of the usual suspects rail against the Northern Gateway pipeline, or Keystone, or both — proxy fights for the real issue, which is the development of Canada’s oil sands — Obama is upping U.S. fossil fuel production like stink. And no one among the usual...
  • Rice’s credibility in question [Like, DUH!]

    06/07/2014 5:07:20 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 30 replies
    The Hill ^ | Alexander Bolton
    National Security Adviser Susan Rice’s comments that Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl served with "honor and dignity" has amplified GOP criticism of President Obama's prisoner swap and undermined Rice’s credibility on Capitol Hill. Independent experts have cast doubt on Rice’s judgment, given questions about whether Bergdahl was captured by the Taliban after deserting his post in Afghanistan. Even allies of the White House are suggesting she stay off the Sunday talk shows. “When I saw her on TV making that honor and distinction comment it just seems so phony to me,” said Andrew J. Bacevich, a professor of history and international relations...
  • US fires Tomahawks on Libyan defenses (Flashback: 25Mar11, 170 Tmahawks,153 Air: Panetta's Risk)

    10/27/2012 12:52:26 PM PDT · by xzins · 9 replies
    AFP ^ | 25Mar11 | afp
    (AFP) – Mar 25, 2011 WASHINGTON — The United States fired 16 new Tomahawk cruise missiles at Libyan targets on Thursday and Friday as part of the US role in the UN-mandated mission to protect Libyan civilians, the Pentagon said. The new missile launches brought the total number of Tomahawks used by US and coalition forces to at least 170 as they enforce a UN resolution to set up a no-fly zone over Libya to stop air attacks by the forces of Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi. Pentagon officials said 16 new missiles were fired in the 24 hours to 0500...
  • Complicity in Duplicity? (Even Maureen Dowd begins to recognize the White House's dishonesty)

    10/03/2012 1:34:30 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 14 replies
    New York Times ^ | 10/03/2012 | Maureen Dowd
    A woman named Rice in a top administration job, ambitious to move up to secretary of state, hitting the Sunday talk shows to aggressively promote a Middle East narrative that’s good for the president but destined to crumble under scrutiny. Accusations that intelligence on Al Qaeda links in the Middle East was cherry-picked by American officials to create a convenient reality. A national security apparatus that becomes enmeshed with the political image-making machine. Sound familiar? Last time it was Condoleezza Rice helping her war-obsessed bosses spin their deceptive web, as they recklessly tried to re-engineer the Middle East. This time...
  • Liberal American Jewish suckers By Caroline B. Glick

    06/24/2011 4:30:57 AM PDT · by Old Badger · 42 replies
    Jewish World Review ^ | June 24, 2011 / 22 Sivan, 5771 | Caroline B. Glick
    The same Ivy League snobbery that makes it socially unacceptable to vote for a Republican — and certainly not for a Sarah Palin or Michele Bachmann despite their deep-seated and consistent support for Israel — is what allowed Yale to get away with ending its study of Islamic anti-Semitism by besmirching Small's academic achievements and good name.....................
  • Democratic National Committee gets new logo, slogan [ “Change That Matters.” ........]

    09/15/2010 1:27:01 PM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 123 replies
    Democratic National Committee gets new logo, slogan By: James Hohmann September 15, 2010 03:27 PM EDT Eager to bridge a daunting enthusiasm gap, Democratic National Committee Chairman Tim Kaine recited a list of President Barack Obama’s accomplishments Wednesday to an auditorium packed with George Washington University College Democrats. It came as he unveiled a new web site, a new logo and a new slogan for his party: “Change That Matters.” As he went down a longer list, Kaine spoke passionately of how Democrats delivered an economic stimulus (he would only call it “the Recovery Act”) and “the Affordable Care Act”...
  • Geithner Struggles to Escape a Past He Never Had

    08/19/2010 5:01:26 PM PDT · by lbryce · 5 replies
    New York Times ^ | August 19, 2010 | Jackie Calmes
    Timothy F. Geithner has been misidentified as a former Wall Street insider from Goldman Sachs so many times since he became the Treasury secretary that he and his advisers had taken to joking about it. Then the joke backfired. Earlier this month, Mr. Geithner had breakfast in Manhattan with Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Robert Steel, a deputy mayor and former Treasury official in the Bush administration who had previously worked at Goldman. Facetiously, a Geithner aide said Mr. Steel and Mr. Geithner knew each other from the investment bank. Later that day at a public event, the mayor in...
  • Ten Facts Most Catholics Don’t Know (But Should!)[OPEN thread (Start your engines!)]

    07/12/2010 10:28:06 PM PDT · by Quix · 237 replies
    Quixicated emphases in color and/or bold appear below within some paragraphs. The headings in bold are in the original. Some extra paragraphing also injected.].... Every time I hear someone claim to be an “ex-Catholic”, a sense of sadness comes over me.  In just about every case, people leave the Catholic Faith due to a lack of understanding.  What unmitigated balderdash! What a cop-out! What a brazen distortion of reality! Far from "just about every case," probably a major chunk of such folks were heavily well trained in the hallowed halls of the Institution. Many were instructors--even Catechism instructors for...
  • Slow-Walking U.S. Energy Security

    01/26/2010 4:52:31 PM PST · by Kaslin · 2 replies · 263+ views ^ | January 26, 2010 | INVESTORS BUSINESS DAILY staff
    Energy: Interior Secretary Ken Salazar announced Monday that his agency would look into drilling for oil in the Atlantic soon. It sounds good. But a glimpse at the strategy suggests Salazar's real aim is to block drilling. Ordinarily, even a little motion from federal bureaucrats to open America's offshore to domestic drilling is welcome news. But in a speech before Platts Energy Podium Monday, the interior secretary took back as much as he gave, announcing that the government would look into drilling in the Atlantic, but only after walking the whole process through a long regulatory gauntlet that will be...
  • What is the TRUE starting time of the NFL games today?!? [INFURIATING!!!]

    I have checked almost every news outlet on the web - to include Google News, Yahoo Answers,,, even itself - and NONE of them will tell me the true starting times of the games today. I know that they do this to try to maximize their Nielsen ratings for as long a time period as possible, but the level of deceit, duplicity, disingenousness and societal thought control in this unified front of media dishonesty is absolutely infuriating to me. For instance, look at this screen capture from Notice anything missing? Like the starting times of today's...
  • Losing Its Religion: The New York Times Compromises

    09/07/2009 12:17:02 PM PDT · by lbryce · 4 replies · 706+ views
    TechCrunch ^ | September 6, 2009 | Michael Arrington
    Two things that would end hypocrisy and make the world a better place: Priests should be allowed to get married, and the New York Times should update its Ethics Policy. The venerable and vulnerable newspaper finally starts talking about the “Pogue Problem” out loud to its readers. For years David Pogue has covered Apple (and other tech companies). And for years he has been authoring books on Apple products. He doesn’t get paid by Apple for the books, but his bias is clear and he has been accused to conflicts of interest more than once by other mainstream media. Dan...
  • Abortion and Orwell [Early pregnancy care means abortion in CA]

    02/03/2009 3:27:13 PM PST · by Jim Robinson · 23 replies · 1,211+ views
    Received via email | Feb 3, 2009 | by (CA State) Senator Sam Aanestad
    “War Is Peace.” “Freedom is Slavery.” “Ignorance is Strength.” These slogans are spoken in Newspeak, the fictional language of George Orwell’s twisted utopia in 1984. By removing meaning from words and increasing state control over speech—and thought—Newspeak is designed to manipulate those who hear it. In California, Newspeak is now spoken fluently by those who seek to advance a political agenda in healthcare by avoiding scrutiny. Under the guise of “access to primary care,” the Regents of the University of California have been conducting an experiment on women in Concord, Los Angeles and San Diego. Exploiting a pilot project program...
  • Mr. Obama and Rev. Wright

    05/01/2008 12:40:15 AM PDT · by freerepublic_or_die · 29 replies · 121+ views
    New York Times ^ | April 20 ,2008 | Staff
    It took more time than it should have, but on Tuesday Barack Obama firmly rejected the racism and paranoia of his former pastor, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright Jr., and he made it clear that the preacher does not represent him, his politics or his campaign. Senator Obama has had to struggle to explain this relationship ever since a video surfaced of Mr. Wright damning the United States from his pulpit. Last month, Mr. Obama delivered a speech in which he said he disapproved of Mr. Wright’s racially charged comments but said that the pastor still played an important role in...
  • Pulling the plug on Pyongyang

    02/04/2008 6:02:00 PM PST · by 3AngelaD · 18 replies · 70+ views
    Washington Times ^ | February 03, 2008 | James T. Hackett
    In 2005, the president changed policy toward North Korea. After years of withholding tribute and applying pressure, he switched to accommodation. It has not worked. He should...return to a policy of containment....the six-party talks have failed and North Korea is merely awaiting the end of the Bush administration... The United States did not have an effective way to pressure North Korea. So in 2005, the concessions began with bilateral talks with the North, meeting one of Pyongyang's main demands. State Department diplomacy achieved little, but Treasury Department sanctions succeeded. The Treasury accused North Korea of sponsoring international criminal activity, froze...
  • Omnibus Busts Border Fence

    12/19/2007 11:32:15 AM PST · by pissant · 39 replies · 43+ views
    Townhall ^ | 12/19/07 | Amanda Carpenter
    Congress is poised to give the President a $516 billion omnibus spending bill that would downgrade previous mandates for a double-layered border fence to be built along the southern border. The Secure Fence Act of 2006 required “two layers of reinforced fencing” be constructed in five separate areas, but Texas Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (R.) slipped a provision into a fiscal year 2008 spending bill that weakens the law. Hutchison and fellow Texas Sen. John Cornyn (R.) believe Border and Customs Enforcement should have more freedom to build fencing where they see fit instead of having to follow exact requirements...
  • Border bill backers seek boost in enforcement provisions (newest version of the bill)

    06/22/2007 9:57:08 AM PDT · by 3AngelaD · 38 replies · 671+ views
    Government Executive ^ | June 21, 2007 | Fawn Johnson
    Senate negotiators of a compromise immigration bill are writing a catchall amendment, sponsored by Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., to bolster enforcement provisions of the bill, including a more robust "touchback" requirement for illegal immigrants. Republicans outside the negotiating team are asking that Graham's amendment, as well as a few others, get a floor vote before a cloture is attempted on the bill. "If they want the bill to have a chance, that's what has to happen," said Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., who said he is willing to vote for the first cloture motion to proceed to the bill to allow...
  • Senators Work to Revive Immigration Bill

    06/13/2007 11:45:06 AM PDT · by 3AngelaD · 65 replies · 1,232+ views
    SF Chronicle ^ | June 13, 2007 | JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS
    Key Republican and Democratic senators, working to attract more support for President Bush's stalled immigration bill, huddled Wednesday with Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff to discuss tougher border security and workplace enforcement. At a Capitol Hill meeting, the bipartisan group continued talks aimed at cobbling together enough backing from skeptical Republicans to quickly revive the measure that would grant legal status to as many as 12 million unlawful immigrants. A day after Bush fielded criticism from Republicans whose opposition derailed the bill last week, the White House said it would be open to changes to the delicate bipartisan deal. Architects...
  • GOPers seek emergency funds as immigration bill languishes

    06/13/2007 9:55:28 AM PDT · by 3AngelaD · 52 replies · 1,322+ views
    The Hill ^ | June 13, 2007 | Manu Raju and Elana Schor
    Senior GOP senators are embracing an eleventh-hour plan to pass an emergency supplemental bill for more border security money as a strategy to win over Republicans who have balked at the bipartisan immigration bill languishing in the Senate. But even as the emergency-spending approach gained momentum yesterday during President Bush’s rare visit to the Senate, the immigration bill’s strongest supporters warned that time is running out for an agreement to bring the measure back to the floor... Senate GOP Conference Chairman Jon Kyl (Ariz.), along with Senate Minority Whip Trent Lott (R-Miss.), said they supported the idea of pushing ahead...
  • America needs comprehensive immigration reform (Painful Projetile Vomiting Alert)

    06/13/2007 8:39:25 AM PDT · by 3AngelaD · 39 replies · 592+ views
    The Greeley Tribune ^ | June 13, 2007 | Michael Chertoff and Carlos Gutierrez
    The Senate's inability to move forward on a bipartisan immigration reform bill preserves a broken system with ineffective and insufficient laws. Maintaining the status quo is unacceptable and would be a serious setback to those of us who are charged with securing our homeland and advancing our nation's competitiveness. Effective immigration enforcement requires the right tools and resources -- precisely what the new bill would give us. By denying our law enforcement critical assistance, the current system impedes their brave efforts to protect our country.... Supporters of the Senate bill have a solution that is both clever and just. They...
  • Durbin kept silent on prewar knowledge

    04/27/2007 7:54:02 AM PDT · by 3AngelaD · 47 replies · 1,529+ views
    THE WASHINGTON TIMES ^ | April 27, 2007 | Sean Lengell
    The Senate's No. 2 Democrat says he knew that the American public was being misled into the Iraq war but remained silent because he was sworn to secrecy as a member of the intelligence committee. "The information we had in the intelligence committee was not the same information being given to the American people. I couldn't believe it," Majority Whip Richard J. Durbin, Illinois Democrat, said Wednesday when talking on the Senate floor... "I was angry about it. [But] frankly, I couldn't do much about it because, in the intelligence committee, we are sworn to secrecy...." The White House responded...
  • The Duplicity of Peter Drier on Affordable Housing in the Dupli-City of Los Angeles

    04/13/2007 11:48:56 AM PDT · by WayneLusvardi · 1 replies · 332+ views
    The Pasadena Pundit ^ | April 13, 2007 | Wayne Lusvardi
    The Duplicity of Peter Drier on Affordable Housing in the Dupli-City of Los Angeles The Pasadena Pundit - April 13, 2007 Sum: The impossible affordable housing problem in Los Angeles is propelled by images of two persons who never talk to each other. One is of the pro-immigration activist; the other the technocratic affordable housing official, academic and politician. The insolvability of the housing problem is that of the two images are personified by the same person - Pasadena's Dr. Peter Drier. There is a prominent professor of urban policy at a local Los Angeles university who is an apparent...
  • SHAME ON THE UN -- The U.N. Human Rights Council's War on Human Rights!

    04/12/2007 4:26:19 AM PDT · by Apolitical · 6 replies · 826+ views
    The U.N. Human Rights Council is nothing but a farce.....
  • Russia's list of terrorist organizations does not include Hamas or Hezbollah

    07/28/2006 8:21:41 PM PDT · by GMMAC · 37 replies · 641+ views
    AP via ^ | July 28, 2006 | HENRY MEYER
    Russia's list of terrorist organizations does not include Hamas or Hezbollah July 28, 2006 By HENRY MEYER MOSCOW (AP) - Russia on Friday published a list of 17 groups it regards as terrorist organizations, but did not include the Palestinian militant movement Hamas or Lebanon's Hezbollah guerrilla group, both regarded as terrorists in Washington. Separately, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Hezbollah must have a say in any agreements in the Middle East crisis, Russian news agencies reported - another sign of differences between Russia and the United States about the region. "Any agreements must be co-ordinated with all...
  • Iran's supreme leader rejects nuclear talks with the US, saying not beneficial

    06/27/2006 6:52:50 AM PDT · by edpc · 16 replies · 562+ views ^ | 6/27/2006 | Drudge
    Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has rejected the prospect of talks with the United States on the nuclear program, saying nothing would be gained, state television reported Tuesday. "Negotiations with the United States would have no benefit for us, and we do not need them," the television quoted Khamenei as telling Senegalese President Abdoulaye Wade. Developing...
  • The Suicidal Left: Civilizations and their Death Drives

    03/01/2006 7:20:15 AM PST · by SZonian · 59 replies · 1,160+ views
    e-mail | 28 Feb., 2006 | Vasko Kohlmayer
    For a long time now, the political Left has been a source of widespread puzzlement. Many people instinctively suspect its insidiousness, but are uncertain of its precise nature. The confusion is further compounded by the apparent incongruence between the Left’s flowery rhetoric and the detrimental effects of its actions. Unable to grasp its nature, many have followed with uneasy apprehension its growth into a powerful force whose seemingly inescapable influence has been increasingly felt in virtually every sector of our society. Duplicitous by disposition, the Left indeed does not lend itself to easy analysis. Although its corrosiveness has been intuited...
  • Turbulence Ahead: Pakistan Gets F-16s Next Week

    10/22/2005 8:23:26 AM PDT · by ELUCIDATOR · 23 replies · 561+ views
    Express India ^ | Saturday, October 22, 2005 | C. Raja Mohan
    New Delhi, October 21: Despite the tall talk on de-hyphenating US relations with India and Pakistan, the impending American sale (to be announced next week) of 80 F-16s to Pakistan has begun to cast a shadow over the Indo-US regional security dialogue which is being held tomorrow. There’s growing concern on the Indian side that US tactical interests in Pakistan might begin to overwhelm the proclaimed long-term American commitment to build a strategic partnership with India. As they survey the Asian security scenarios tomorrow, the challenge for Foreign Secretary Shyam Saran and US Under Secretary of State Nicholas Burns is...
  • Senator Dodd and human rights

    07/23/2005 2:18:11 PM PDT · by CHACHI · 11 replies · 430+ views
    FOR FREEDOM & JUSTICE GROUP ^ | July 23, 2005 | Miriam J. Masullo, Ph.D.
    U.S. Senator Chris Dodd Senator to Speak at the July Chamber Breakfast Meeting Larry Marino, chairman of the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce, announced that the Chamber's Monthly Member Breakfast U.S. Senator Chris Dodd will be held on Monday, July 25, from 7:45 to 9am at the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center in Cromwell. Middlesex Hospital is sponsoring the breakfast meeting. Connecticut's Chris Dodd is a senior Democratic leader in the United States Senate. Chris Dodd is best known for bringing much-needed attention to children's issues. He formed the first children's caucus and spent almost a decade fighting to...
  • Senator Obama Says Dean Using 'Religion to Divide' - (calling in the snipers......on Dean)

    06/09/2005 5:05:27 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 52 replies · 1,049+ views
    Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) criticized Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean Wednesday night for using "religion to divide." Obama told reporters gathered at the Rock the Vote awards dinner at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., that Dean needs to tone down his rhetoric. Dean said on Monday that the Republican Party was "pretty much a white, Christian party." "As somebody who is a Christian myself, I don't like it when people use religion to divide, whether that is Republican or Democrat," Obama said. "I think in terms of his role as party spokesman, [Dean] probably needs to be...
  • Oh For God's Sake - (liberals' duplicity when opposing multilaterialism w. North Korea)

    05/08/2005 11:31:12 AM PDT · by CHARLITE · 142+ views
    RED STATES.ORG ^ | MAY 7, 2005 | Pejman Yousefzadeh
    I really get tired of these kinds of arguments. Look, having six-party talks regarding issues affecting the Korean peninsula has been an overwhelmingly bipartisan project ever since the end of the Korean War. Any effort to pretend that the Bush Administration is the first one to have come up with the concept is wrong. Ridiculously wrong. And even beyond the traditional nature of the demand for six-party talks, they make sense. If you don't have six-party talks, then North Korea will try to push South Korea out of the diplomatic equation altogether and will be able to avoid getting any...
  • Africa outraged as president's son takes over in Togo (More Chirac and French Duplicity)

    02/06/2005 7:11:59 PM PST · by Cornpone · 16 replies · 662+ views
    The Scotsman ^ | 7 Feb 2005 | FRED BRIDGLAND
    THE African Union yesterday accused army commanders in the West African state of Togo of staging a military coup following the death of the president, Gnassingbe Eyadema, by imposing Eyadema’s son, Faure, as the new head of state. Gnassingbe Eyadema, 69, who died of a heart attack on Saturday, came to power himself in a military coup and led his tiny, impoverished country - just over two-thirds the size of Scotland - for 38 years, making him the world’s longest-serving ruler after Cuba’s Fidel Castro. He was one of the last of Africa’s so-called "Big Men". A general when he...

    09/25/2004 11:18:24 AM PDT · by CHARLITE · 10 replies · 951+ views
    By Edward L. Daley On September 23, 2004, Interim Iraqi Prime Minister Ayad Allawi addressed a joint session of the U.S. Congress. Below are some excerpts from that speech, and the hurried and predictably pessimistic response to it by John F. Kerry from a firehouse in Columbus Ohio. I am also including a few other recent statements by Senator Kerry concerning the Iraq War, the alternative positions of President Bush, and my own comments (preceded by the * symbol) regarding the issues raised. Furthermore, flecked throughout this article are quotes from several historical figures, added for the purpose of sharpening...
  • connections

    09/14/2004 1:46:33 AM PDT · by wrbones · 1 replies · 397+ views
    W R Bones Morning Coffee ^ | 14 September 2004 | Warren Bonesteel
    Mrs. Heinz-Kerry and her connection to The Tides Foundation is not ‘new‘ news. The Tides Foundation’s connection to isn’t breaking news, either. Nor is’s connection to Texans for Truth. What is lesser known is the Communist Party’s willingness to back Kerry in this election. They’ve encouraged their members to vote for him instead of their own candidate. Their sole reason? Getting rid of President Bush. The W.W.W.P. (The Socialist Party) openly brags of infiltrating the unions. They brag about having Party members placed in positions to negotiate contracts for union memberships. Many of the people who give money...
  • O'Reilly: Talk radio has goone too far

    09/14/2004 2:04:17 PM PDT · by trashcanbred · 55 replies · 716+ views
    Right wing radio has created clouds of controversy over Kerry (search), but have the attacks gone too far? Bill investigates the right and wrong of talk radio, don’t miss this! See you in the No Spin Zone, tonight at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET!
  • The SeeBS website has only ONE article about the memo, staunchly defending its authenticity

    09/11/2004 9:40:46 AM PDT · by ruthles · 15 replies · 492+ views
    CBS News Website | Septemter 11, 2004 | self
    If your average, naive, gullible citizen visits the CBS website, they'll assume all of this buzz about forgeries is no cause for concern. See BS continues to hide the truth
  • Senate Packwood Hearing Carries into Second Day

    02/12/2004 8:49:46 PM PST · by skip2myloo · 6 replies · 170+ views
    The-Tech MIT ^ | 2 November 1993 | William J. Eaton
    The Senate, facing an unprecedented confrontation with one of its members, wrestled Monday with whether to go to court to force Republican Sen. Bob Packwood of Oregon to turn over hundreds of pages of personal diaries as part of an ethics committee investigation into allegations of sexual harassment and possible criminal wrongdoing. After seven hours of often tedious debate over legal technicalities and constitutional questions, the Senate retired for the night, its leaders vowing to vote sometime Tuesday on whether to support the committee's effort to obtain the diaries by subpoena. So sensitive was the issue that by nightfall Monday...
  • Putting Words in the President's Mouth

    11/06/2003 12:19:41 PM PST · by Paul Ross · 123+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 11/6/03 | Notra Trulock
    Reprinted from Putting Words in the President's MouthNotra TrulockThursday, Nov. 6, 2003 Congressional Democrats and their friends in the media continue to distort President Bush’s case for war on Iraq. The controversy that erupted over the president’s reference to Iraq’s quest for uranium is one example of how his opponents have misrepresented what the president has actually said. Recall that in his State of the Union address, the president said the British told us that Iraq had been seeking to purchase uranium in Africa. A British parliamentary investigation recently validated that conclusion. David Kay’s interim report on the search...
  • Transcript: President Clinton explains Iraq strike (Bubba Thought Saddam Had Terror Ties)

    <p>"Saddam Hussein's Iraq reminds us of what we learned in the 20th century and warns us of what we must know about the 21st. In this century, we learned through harsh experience that the only answer to aggression and illegal behavior is firmness, determination, and when necessary action. "</p>
  • Bin Laden in Pakistan?

    07/26/2003 5:49:24 AM PDT · by Paul Ross · 6 replies · 292+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 7/26/03 | Charles R. Smith
    Reprinted from Bin Laden in Pakistan?Charles R. SmithSaturday, July 26, 2003 Pakistani Government Helping Al-Qaeda Hide Osama bin Laden is living in Pakistan, according to a former Indian general, and members of the Pakistani Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) know where he is. "Some of the ISI know his whereabouts," stated K.P.S. Gill, a former Indian general and a leading expert on international terrorism. "Certainly not the hierarchy but some of the lower-level members know." "The footprint of every major act of international terrorism over the past decade invariably passes through Pakistan," stated Dr. Ajai Sahni, the executive director of...
  • Where Is Mandela's Apology?

    07/22/2003 11:09:53 AM PDT · by CHACHI · 9 replies · 260+ views
    FRONT PAGE MAGAZINE ^ | 7/22/03 | Myles Kantor
    It’s disgusting to see people apologize for doing nothing wrong, especially to wrongdoers. On July 14, Miami-Dade County mayor Alex Penelas spoke at the NAACP’s national convention in Miami Beach and apologized for protests of Nelson Mandela during his June 1990 visit to Miami. Why did these protests occur? Maybe it had something to do with the former South African president’s affection for mass murderers. Sentenced to life imprisonment in June 1964 for armed resistance to the apartheid regime, Mandela was released in February 1990. In May he visited Libyan tyrant Muammar Qadhafi and received the “International Qadhafi Prize for...
  • Leaked emails add to NY Times' woes (Judith Miller/John Burns Pissing Match! Schadenfreude!)

    05/31/2003 11:13:47 AM PDT · by Timesink · 18 replies · 402+ views
    The Guardian ^ | May 29, 2003 | Ciar Byrne
    6pmLeaked emails add to NY Times' woes Ciar ByrneThursday May 29, 2003The GuardianCan the headlines get any worse for the New York Times? Once a beacon of US broadsheet journalism, the Times has already been rocked by charges of plagiarism, and now its rival the Washington Post has heaped on fresh embarrassment by reporting an unseemly squabble between two senior journalists on the paper.According to leaked emails seen by the Washington Post, the Times' Pulitzer prize-winning Baghdad bureau chief, John Burns, was in high dudgeon when another Pulitzer prize-winning reporter, Judith Miller, filed an interview with Iraqi exile leader Ahmed...