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  • Twenty-Six House Democrats Push to Fire Rumsfeld

    11/10/2003 4:20:49 PM PST · by TexKat · 205 replies · 1,713+ views
    Reuters ^ | 11/10/03
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A group of more than two dozen House of Representatives Democrats on Monday said they had introduced a resolution urging President Bush to fire Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld. "This resolution would make official what so many members of Congress already believe -- that the soldiers in Iraq and America's foreign policy would be helped greatly if Donald Rumsfeld would leave," Rep. Charles Rangel of New York said in a statement. Rangel said he so far had 25 co-sponsors to the resolution who were "willing to stand up and say what so many policy makers know, that the...
  • I guess you're right: There is no liberal media bias:Ann Coulter

    10/08/2003 7:51:40 PM PDT · by RaceBannon · 60 replies · 477+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | Ann Coulter
    I guess you're right: There is no liberal media bias -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Posted: October 8, 2003 1:00 a.m. Eastern © 2003 Universal Press Syndicate In a recent interview with Al Franken conducted by Edward Nawotka for Publisher's Weekly, after suggesting that some readers might want Franken to run for president, the interviewer proceeded to ask Franken hardball questions such as: "It's got to be a little grating to see your book on the same New York Times best-seller list as the Ann Coulter book." "You fact-checked Ann Coulter's book and found a lot of inconsistencies, outright lies and quotes that are...
  • Artists Against War - Naked Bike Ride, Vancouver (BC), 6 September

    09/03/2003 6:50:42 PM PDT · by MikalM · 55 replies · 1,799+ views
    Artists Against War web site ^ | 9/1/03 | Unnamed Wingnut
    Why A Naked Bike Ride? Every day we are bombarded with countless messages demanding our obedience to the corporate dictates of a consumption dependent society. Little regard is paid to the future of our planet and generations left with a legacy of waste and environmental contamination. How many countless times each day do our media masters spin the same message: Unless you buy this, you are not worthy. Unless you look like this you should be ashamed. By cruising naked down the spending frenzy capitals of the world, we are saying.NO! ...a fancy new car is not a mark of...
  • ABC Reporter Suggests Bush To Blame For Bombing

    08/20/2003 11:06:23 AM PDT · by Gothmog · 46 replies · 654+ views
    ABC News | 8/19/03 | Martha Raddatz
    First, the pertinent excerpt: ABC News' Raddatz reporting, "Last month, President Bush said the United States had the security situation under control, and enough forces to fight. "'There are some who feel like the conditions are such that they can attack us there,' the president said on July 2. 'My answer is "Bring 'em on." We got the force necessary to deal with the security situation.' But officials may now have to look at adding troops to the nearly 150,000 already there." (ABC News, Raddatz, 8/18/03) Here's the rest of the article: New Fears U.N. Bombing Raises Concern in...
  • Outage Fails to Generate Crime Spree (Actual Title! CNN)

    08/15/2003 9:26:23 AM PDT · by Guillermo · 40 replies · 366+ views
    CNN ^ | Aug 15 2003
    <p>In New York -- which has reported about 70,000 violent crimes a year since 1998 -- police reported four burglaries in the entire city overnight, and said they had made arrests in all four.</p> <p>Three deaths overall have been reported that were tied to the outage.</p>
  • Big 3 Networks to Mark 9/11 with Harder Stance (They figure they can ambush the Administration now)

    08/12/2003 6:57:13 AM PDT · by mhking · 23 replies · 468+ views
    Yahoo! News / Hollywood Reporter ^ | 8.12.03 | Andrew Grossman
    NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) - One month before the second anniversary of the Sept. 11 tragedy, the broadcast networks seem set to change the tone of their coverage of that event from focusing on the event itself and the memorials to looking more at policy issues in the aftermath of the attacks. The exact extent of the coverage is still uncertain as the networks await to hear from New York, Washington and Shanksville, Pa., on their plans for the day, but it is highly unlikely that ABC, CBS and NBC News will repeat their 2002 menu of broad live coverage...