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  • 59-41 WOMEN TO MEN RATION - DRUDGE

    11/02/2004 12:08:33 PM PST · by over3Owithabrain · 44 replies · 392+ views
    DRUDGE REPORT
    explains a lot
  • A New Era of Credibility

    09/17/2004 4:27:35 AM PDT · by TaxRelief · 261 replies · 5,416+ views
    Tax Relief ^ | September 17, 2004 | Tax Relief
    The conservative web group, FReerepublic.com, in its quest for "truth in media", may have accidentally stumbled across the means for unseating the leftists' obsession with "tolerance". For over a year now, Freerepublic.com bloggers (Freepers) have been publically challenging the "factual information" disseminated in news stories published by the main stream media (MSM). The website's members have picked apart undocumented statistics; they've delved into the partisan semantics of questions on political polls; they've "FReeped" online polls to prove the uselessness of easily manipulated data; they've exposed sub-groups of radical activist organizations like "PETA", which pose as research "think tanks" and "responsible...
  • Man named in Bush memo left Guard before document was written

    09/11/2004 8:34:02 AM PDT · by Bon mots · 3 replies · 918+ views
    The Dallas Morning News ^ | September 10, 2004
    Posted on Fri, Sep. 10, 2004 Man named in Bush memo left Guard before document was writtenBY PETE SLOVERThe Dallas Morning News AUSTIN, Texas - (KRT) - The man named in a disputed memo as exerting pressure to "sugar coat" President Bush's military record left the Texas Air National Guard a year and a half before the memo was supposedly written, his own service record shows.An order obtained by The Dallas Morning News shows that Col. Walter "Buck" Staudt was honorably discharged on March 1, 1972. CBS News reported this week that a memo in which Staudt was described...
  • Clinton to Undergo Bypass Surgery (PEOPLE, THE AP BOOING LIE IS SPREADING!!)

    WASHINGTON - (KRT) - Former President Bill Clinton, whose appetite for fast food and fluctuating waistline cemented his pudgy persona with the public, will undergo heart bypass surgery as early as Saturday in a New York hospital because of heavy blockages of his arteries. Clinton's prospects are good for a full recovery from a surgery that's performed on more than 300,000 people each year with a 97.6 percent survival rate. The several hours of surgery will involve taking other arteries or veins and rerouting blood away from blocked areas and into the heart. Clinton, 58, who suffered "mild chest pain...
  • AP CAUGHT LYING: No boos at Bush rally in Wisconsin (I was there)

    09/03/2004 1:04:48 PM PDT · by Trust but Verify · 191 replies · 17,129+ views
    9/3/2004 | Trust but Verify
    I wouldn't have posted this as a separate topic until I heard on the radio on the way home from the rally that the AP had reported the crowd booed when it was annnounced that the former president had been hospitalized. That is a bold faced lie. I understand it was later retracted, but that's like unringing a bell. I do not think it was in error, either, since the writer further stated that 'Bush did nothing to stop them.' Shameful.The rally was amazing. I don't know how many were in attendance, but the crowd could not have been more...
  • COMMAND CONFIDENCE Kerry staff: "Unfit not a problem, media is committed to seeing us win")

    08/10/2004 3:12:23 AM PDT · by Liz · 232 replies · 7,032+ views
    THE SPECTATOR ^ | 8/18/04 | WASHINGTON PROWLER
    According to a Kerry campaign source, senior campaign advisers tasked two Washington-based campaign staffers to vet the recently published Unfit for Command. "The purpose was to compare what that book had with what we had on file from Senator Kerry," says the campaign source, who said that the research project developed more than 75 instances where Kerry's recollections, previous remarks, or writings conflicted with the book's reporting. "We took some of the most glaring examples, like the Christmas in Cambodia story, and presented them to senior staff, and we assume that those things were put in front of Senator Kerry,"...
  • Stephen Hayes and "The Connection" on C-Span2 at 5:00 PMEDT Today

    06/20/2004 1:13:02 PM PDT · by Intolerant in NJ · 27 replies · 487+ views
    C-Span2 | 20 June, 2004 | C-Span2
    MSNBC has continued to try to flog the dead horse by this morning repeating on one of its news shows the big lie that the 911 Commission contradicted the Bush administration with the finding that there was no terrorist relationship between Al-Quaeda and Saddam Hussein; to back this up they brought in Commission member and long-time 'rat shill Richard Ben-Veniste instead of, for example, relying on statements from the Commission chairmen Tom Kean and Lee Hamilton that the findings were being misinterpreted. Nonetheless the NBCABCCBSNYTIMESWASHPOST cabal seems to have failed to convince the public of this disinformation, in part perhaps...
  • 9/11 Chair Hamilton Slams Media Distortions

    06/18/2004 6:31:03 AM PDT · by kattracks · 42 replies · 3,524+ views
    Newsmax.com ^ | 6/18/04 | Carl Limbacher and the Newsmax.com staff
    Vice Chairman of the 9/11 Commission Lee Hamilton blasted the mainstream press yesterday for distorting the Commission's findings on links between Iraq and al Qaida before the Sept. 11 attacks, saying those findings actually support Bush administration contentions. "The sharp differences that the press has drawn [between the White House and the Commission] are not that apparent to me," Hamilton told the Associated Press, a day after insisting that his probe uncovered "all kinds" of connections between Osama bin Laden's terror network and Iraq. Vice Chairman of the 9/11 Commission Lee Hamilton blasted the mainstream press yesterday for distorting the...
  • The Ties Behind the News in Author Interviews on TV

    04/11/2004 5:42:13 AM PDT · by Pharmboy · 24 replies · 223+ views
    NY Times ^ | April 11, 2004 | BILL CARTER
    In the space of a month, the CBS News program "60 Minutes" has landed two highly sought-after interviews with authors of books promising news-making revelations about the Bush administration. In both cases the interviews stayed in the corporate family. A week from tonight, "60 Minutes" will have a long interview with Bob Woodward, whose soon-to-be-released book, "Plan of Attack," reportedly will contain important new details about the administration's decision to go to war against Iraq. The Woodward interview, already taped, follows a similar interview with Richard A. Clarke, the former counterterrorism official whose book, "Against All Enemies," described the administration...
  • Life on the Low Road -- When Krugman gets caught, he lies a little more.

    02/05/2004 8:03:53 AM PST · by ReleaseTheHounds · 18 replies · 559+ views
    National Review Online ^ | February 5, 2004 | Donald Luskin
    February 05, 2004, 8:56 a.m. Life on the Low RoadWhen Krugman gets caught, he lies a little more. What do you do when you're caught saying something that turns out to be wrong — or worse yet, a lie? There are four roads you can take, one high and three low. Most people take the high road. They admit their fault, they retract the mistake or the lie, and they replace it with the truth. New York Times columnists, on the other hand, usually take one of the other three roads — the low roads. And they can get...
  • Keeping It Simple (Eleanor Clift BARF ALERT)

    01/09/2004 11:34:33 PM PST · by KentTrappedInLiberalSeattle · 12 replies · 293+ views
    MSNBC/Newsweek ^ | 1/9/03 | Eleanor Clift
    <p>Jan. 9 - The litany against Howard Dean is reminiscent of the bill of particulars against Al Gore. The specifics vary, but the pattern is the same: Gore claimed he invented the Internet, he said the male character in "Love Story" was modeled after him, and he took credit for uncovering Love Canal.</p>
  • COMMENTARY:Our Hometown Boy (Arnold's a Nazi--yeah, right)

    10/09/2003 6:00:51 AM PDT · by Pharmboy · 8 replies · 168+ views
    Wall St. Journal ^ | 10-9-03 | ALFRED GERSTL and ALBERT KAUFMANN
    <p>GRAZ, Austria -- Those of us from his hometown here who have known Arnold Schwarzenegger a long time -- indeed consider him a friend -- never had any doubt that he could win the California election to become governor.</p> <p>First, America is the land of immigrants: Where else but in America could an immigrant, a former bodybuilder turned Hollywood star, become governor? Second, as we know well, the word that defines Arnold is "discipline"; what he sets his mind to he gets. He would not be derailed by the lies that were told about him or by those dismissive of his abilities.</p>
  • A.P. intentionally misquotes Scalia

    06/26/2003 1:51:26 PM PDT · by Capt. Jake · 30 replies · 375+ views
    This is what the AP reports Justice Scalia as writing in dissent in the Texas sodomy case: "The court has taken sides in the culture war," Scalia said, adding that he has "nothing against homosexuals." Here is what he actually wrote: "Let me be clear that I have nothing against homosexuals, or any other group, promoting their agenda through normal democratic means."
  • Arab nations to draft strategy on protecting Iraqi culture

    06/08/2003 8:52:44 AM PDT · by MizSterious · 6 replies · 337+ views
    AFP via Yahoo! ^ | Sat Jun 7, 5:03 PM ET | N/A
    Arab nations to draft strategy on protecting Iraqi culture Sat Jun 7, 5:03 PM ET TUNIS (AFP) - Experts from Arab nations began meeting in Tunis to draw up a strategy for protecting Iraq (news - web sites)'s cultural heritage in the wake of the US-led war, during which the occupying US army failed to prevent the looting of thousands of priceless antiquities from Baghdad's National Archaeological Museum. AFP/File Photo   The two-day meeting was organized by the Arab Organisation for Education, Culture and Sciences (ALESCO) and was expected to involve experts from Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco,...
  • How Environmentalists Intend to Rule the World

    07/16/2002 1:43:25 PM PDT · by George Frm Br00klyn Park · 32 replies · 3,242+ views
    ECO - LOGIC ---- ON - LINE ^ | 7/15/2002 | Ron Arnold
    Eco - LogicOn - Line 7/15/2002 The smoking gun... How Environmentalists Intend to Rule the World By Ron Arnold Critics have long believed environmentalists were planning global domination. The problem with making a credible case against such an ambitious plan was simple: no environmental leader had published one. Yet conflicts over global warming, world trade, multinational corporations, population control, sustainable futures, and transnational government left little doubt that environmentalists in fact shared the unspoken aim of wielding supreme power over a green future. But there was no proof. For years, critics, lacking hard evidence, were reduced to piecing together a...