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  • Hillary Clinton misled Congress on Bowe Bergdahl swap

    12/13/2015 4:30:13 PM PST · by jazusamo · 31 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | December 13, 2015 | Rowan Scarborough
    When Republican members of Congress learned in November 2011 that the Obama administration was contemplating a swap -- Taliban terrorists for captured ArmySgt. Bowe Bergdahl -- they wrote to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton of their fears. Mrs. Clinton wrote back that they had nothing to worry about. The White House would follow the law requiring a 30-day heads-up. "I want to make clear that any transfer from Guantanamo will be undertaken after consultation with Congress and pursuant to all legal requirements for transfers, including those spelled out in the FY2012 [National] Defense Authorization Act," she said of the law...
  • Hot News Saturday: Worst Science Fiction, Sheffield Devolves, Sainted Liberals

    04/10/2010 7:19:54 AM PDT · by mattstat · 1 replies · 207+ views
    Great News! Buck Alice and the Actor Robot will soon appear as a radio drama. This is not to be missed! Buck Alice and the Actor Robot The Colonial Radio Theater will produce Walter Koenig’s—Chekov, from the original Star Trek—surreal novel as a radio play. (This had been announced before, but the production appears closer to reality.) I hesitate to pick on Mr Koenig, because I have heard of his grief, but Buck Alice is, without doubt, the worst science fiction novel of all time. I mean it. Of All Time! I can prove it—and I have. I wrote a...
  • A prayer from the living world (to those considering suicide)

    03/01/2010 10:21:21 AM PST · by NYer · 18 replies · 672+ views
    HotAir ^ | February 26, 2010 | Doctor Zero
    The body of actor Andrew Koenig was found in Vancouver’s Stanley Park yesterday. His father, Walter Koenig, said that his son “took his own life, and was in a lot of pain.” Like most of my generation, I grew up with Walter Koenig as Chekhov on Star Trek, and he played a superb villain much later, on Babylon 5. Until his press conference yesterday, I didn’t realize he was a man of such incredible strength and dignity. He asked for his family to be left in peace to mourn their loss. I hope he won’t mind if I take this...
  • "Growing Pains'" Andrew Koenig Found Dead

    02/25/2010 5:57:59 PM PST · by Steelfish · 54 replies · 2,686+ views
    CBSNews ^ | February 25, 2010
    Feb. 25, 2010 "Growing Pains'" Andrew Koenig Found Dead Father Walter Koenig Holds Emotional Press Conference, Says Son Took His Own Life (CBS/ AP) Vancouver police said Thursday evening that missing "Growing Pains" actor Andrew Koenig's body was discovered. Koenig's father, of Walter Koenig, who played Chekov in the original "Star Trek" said during a press conference that his son took his own life. Koenig, 41, was visiting friends in Vancouver when he went missing more than a week ago. The Venice, California, native had a recurring role on the 1980s sitcom as Boner, a pal of star Kirk Cameron's...
  • Missing actor's body found in Vancouver park

    02/25/2010 5:51:30 PM PST · by KevinDavis · 44 replies · 2,452+ views ^ | 02/25/10 | Alan Duke
    (CNN) -- Actor Andrew Koenig, who had been missing since February 14, committed suicide, his father told reporters after his son's body was found Thursday in a park in Vancouver, British Columbia. "My son took his own life," Walter Koenig said at a news conference in the park.
  • Waste Management Case Finally Ends

    01/04/2008 7:53:45 PM PST · by em2vn · 2 replies · 114+ views
    CFO Magazine ^ | 01-04-08 | stephen taub
    The former CFO of Waste Management must pay more than $4 million as part of a final SEC judgment on one of the largest accounting frauds of the 1990s. The judgment also permanently bars James Koenig from acting as an officer or director of a public company and enjoins him from future violations of the antifraud and other provisions of the federal securities laws.
  • Team concept GOP's strategy for victory

    08/12/2003 4:20:24 PM PDT · by Republican Wildcat · 3 replies · 247+ views
    The Kentucky Post ^ | 08-12-2003 | Feoshia Henderson
    Combining modern Internet technology with old-school groundwork, state Republican Party leaders are fanning out across the state and setting up shop in ten key cities (including Florence), in a bid to elect the state's first Republican governor in more than 35 years. The statewide initiative, which party officials call "Team Kentucky," is a take on a similar strategy used in last year's statehouse and congressional races. Organizing on a local level, the party will mobilize state, local and federal Republicans to promote its statewide ticket, headed this year by gubernatorial candidate Congressman Ernie Fletcher. Team Kentucky will start with door-to-door...
  • Democrats fighting for political lives

    06/11/2003 11:02:32 AM PDT · by Republican Wildcat · 23 replies · 222+ views
    The Kentucky Post ^ | 06-10-2003 | Feoshia Henderson
    Kentucky Democrats are fighting for their political lives in this November's elections, two party nominees told Kenton County Democrats Monday night. "This is the biggest threat we've faced in our lifetime in the Democratic Party," state auditor candidate Crit Luallen told members of the Kenton County Democratic Club Monday night at Walt's Hitching Post in Fort Wright. "The trend in this state is moving Republican. We've all got problems learning how to confront that challenge." Republicans, behind gubernatorial candidate Ernie Fletcher, think this is their best chance at the governor's mansion since Louie Nunn left office in 1971. And if...
  • For once, Democrats will sweat an election

    05/29/2003 2:55:29 PM PDT · by Republican Wildcat · 29 replies · 239+ views
    Lexington Herald-Leader ^ | May 26, 2003 | Charles Wolf, AP
    KEEPING GOP AT BAY WILL REQUIRE FINESSE FRANKFORT - Kentucky's Democratic ticket enters the fall campaign doing something it hasn't done in a generation. It's running scared. Republicans have a ticket that seems formidable for the most part. At the top are squeaky clean Ernie Fletcher and Steve Pence, thumping the drum for change after eight consecutive Democratic administrations. It is not just the governorship that Republicans covet and have been denied for more than 30 years. Not one of the undercard offices (attorney general, auditor, agriculture commissioner, treasurer or secretary of state) has been won by a Republican since...