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  • Geology Picture of the Week, August 6, 2010: Four from the Faroes (reposted to Science)

    08/07/2010 9:32:06 PM PDT · by cogitator · 2 replies
    I usually post this to the Science forum, but I brainlocked and didn't. So I'm reposting the link to the thread in the Science forum. Geology Picture of the Week, August 6, 2010: Four from the Faroes At least I didn't forget to ping the ping list.
  • Teen dies in Capilano bridge fall

    06/07/2010 2:24:48 PM PDT · by xp38 · 19 replies · 85+ views
    CBC News ^ | June 7 2010
    A high school student from California is dead after falling 30 metres from a viewing platform into a rocky canyon at the Capilano Suspension Bridge in North Vancouver. The teenage boy reportedly fell from a viewing platform on the west side of the canyon at around 7 p.m. Sunday. Rescue crews were able to reach the boy quickly, but he was not alive by the time they arrived, according to RCMP Inspector Davis Wendell. "Emergency responders attended the scene and undertook a very difficult high-angle rescue attempt. Unfortunately the male in question had fallen to his death," said Wendell. It...
  • South Korea deploys troops in border zone to ‘punish’ North

    05/27/2010 5:05:10 PM PDT · by jhpigott · 112 replies · 3,472+ views
    South Korea deploys troops in border zone to ‘punish’ North Friday, May 28, 2010 By Iftikhar Gilani PANMUNJEOM: An eerie tension is building up on the border between South and North Koreas as the South is amassing troops to take punitive action against the communist North. The tension is also threatening future of Kaeseong, a joint industrial zone, which has often been touted as a model for Pakistan and India to build cooperative relationship along the Line of Control (LoC). The tension runs high after a North Korean submarine torpedoed a 1,200-tonne South Korean ship, killing over 50 sailors. It...
  • Blumenthal Walks On Backs of Those Who Served In Vietnam (Oliver North)

    05/19/2010 12:01:05 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 33 replies · 768+ views
    Fox News ^ | May 19, 2010 | Oliver North
    What Richard Blumenthal has been doing through much of his public career is to walk on the backs of those who really did serve in Vietnam – and falsely build affinity with those who serve today. A hero is a person who puts him or herself at risk for the benefit of others. That certainly characterizes anyone who donned a uniform and went to war, voluntarily put themselves in harm’s way in our armed forces and those who serve or served far from home in difficult or dangerous circumstances. That’s an apt description of those with whom I served in...
  • NJ: Local Filmmaker Judge Quits So He Can Promote Flick Ridiculing Obama

    05/11/2010 12:28:40 PM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 12 replies · 1,020+ views
    New Jersey Law Journal ^ | May 11, 2010 | By Charles Toutant
    A New Jersey judge-cum-filmmaker has chosen to step down from the bench rather than abide by a dictum from state judicial authorities that he not publicize his satirical movie painting President Obama as a modern-day Faust. Kenneth Del Vecchio quit his North Arlington municipal court judgeship on May 3, the day the New Jersey Supreme Court's Advisory Committee on Extrajudicial Affairs directed that he should not be interviewed or participate in any press or publicity that may accompany the film, "O.B.A.M. Nude," which was to be released the next day. It was a letdown for Del Vecchio, who has been...
  • Obama sets up anger management session with Dr. Phil for Iran and North Korea

    05/05/2010 8:27:20 AM PDT · by Steve495 · 1 replies · 134+ views
    Radio Vice Online ^ | May 5, 2010 | Steve McGough
    At a United Nations nuclear nonproliferation conference this week, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton laid out our nuclear cards, expecting Iran and North Korea to have a “come to Jesus” moment and start playing nice. In reality, this naive and delusional approach to dealing with members of the Axis of Evil simply reaffirms North Korea and Iran’s target concerning the number of nuclear warheads they need to cause political, economic and cultural instability throughout the world.
  • North Korean Slave Labor in Russia

    03/11/2010 1:23:29 PM PST · by Nachum · 10 replies · 732+ views
    verumserum ^ | 3/11/10 | John
    Claudia Rosett has a must read description of North Korean logging camps in the Russian wilderness: In 1994 I was working as a reporter for The Wall Street Journal in Moscow when a story turned up in the Russian press, saying that North Korea was running lumber camps in remote areas of Russia. In Moscow, Russian officials confirmed to me that they had two big logging operations manned and policed by North Koreans. Both were in the Russian Far East, in areas once part of Stalin’s old gulag. One was based in a place called Tynda. The other was headquartered...
  • Democrats allowed North Korea to go nuclear

    01/06/2010 2:14:14 PM PST · by aquapub · 4 replies · 324+ views
    South Korea's Foreign Minister, Yu Myung-hwan, confirmed on Wednesday that North Korea actually initiated its secret nuclear weapons program as early as 1994. This would mean it began violating its agreement just after Democrats started appeasing the regime with food, oil, money and nuclear technology...
  • ND eyes suit against Minnesota over carbon tax

    12/29/2009 11:33:31 AM PST · by WOBBLY BOB · 27 replies · 1,028+ views
    Pioneer Press ^ | 12-29-09 | ap
    BISMARCK, N.D.—North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem said he expects the state to file a lawsuit against Minnesota over its plan to tax carbon dioxide created by electrical generation. The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission wants to add a fee of $4 to $34 per ton of carbon dioxide to the cost of electrical generation starting in 2012. The majority of electricity in North Dakota is generated by coal-fired power plants, which emit carbon dioxide. North Dakota officials consider it an unfair tax on electricity produced in the state and say it would discourage its use by Minnesota utilities.
  • On Her Majesty’s Secret Service - 12/18/69 The Last Great James Bond Movie Premiered (40 years ago)

    12/17/2009 3:08:00 PM PST · by Perdogg · 55 replies · 1,762+ views
    12.18.09 | Perdogg
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service in 2 minutes and 44 seconds. Pretitle Sequence “This Never Happened to the other Fellar” Maurice Binder’s Title Sequence The Real James Bond, George Lazenby (Born 09-05-1939) Diana Rigg (born 07-30-1938) as the Contessa Teresa di Vicenzo Telly Savalas (01-21-1922 – 01-22-1994) as Ernst Starvo Blofeld Rest of the Cast Gabriele Ferzetti as Marc-Ange Draco - Head of the Union Corse, a major crime syndicate and Tracy's father Ilse Steppat as Irma Bunt - Blofeld's henchwoman who takes part in his quest to try and eliminate Bond. Bernard Lee as M - Head of...
  • Lt Col Ollie North Thanksgiving for our Troops

    12/16/2009 6:19:59 AM PST · by DBCJR · 1 replies · 201+ views
    NRA ^ | Ollie North
    North quotes one brave Marine: "That's what we do, we're Americans!" A must see video clip from Ollie North.
  • Fox's Oliver North off air during treatment

    12/09/2009 2:25:11 PM PST · by jazusamo · 35 replies · 1,299+ views
    Politico ^ | December 9, 2009 | Mike Allen
    Oliver L. North, host of FOX News Channel’s documentary series "War Stories," is temporarily off the air while he undergoes treatment for prostate cancer, POLITICO has learned. North’s prognosis is excellent, according to sources. North, the Iran-contra figure, became a popular conservative radio host and U.S. Senate candidate in Virginia in 1994. “War Stories” bills itself as profiling “the wars and warriors that shaped American military history.” When he visits military bases, soldiers and Marines scramble for the autograph of the man they call “Colonel North” but who introduces himself with a breezy, “Ollie North.” From North’s biography on FoxNews.com:...
  • What Can We Learn from 1860?

    11/26/2009 10:19:55 AM PST · by dynachrome · 98 replies · 2,181+ views
    Whiskey and Gunpowder ^ | 11-20-09 | Linda Brady Traynham
    What I think about secession basically is that it is a consummation devoutly to be wished, but a dangerous pursuit to advocate publicly. Janet Napolitano and the alphabet soup guys do not take kindly to the notion of freedom in any way, and for the precise reason that Abraham Lincoln did not. When asked why he didn’t just let the South go, Lincoln exploded in a rage, “Let the South go? LET THE SOUTH GO? How, then, should I fill my coffers?” Documented historical fact. Look it up for yourselves. Winners write history and the North/Leftists have had nearly 160...
  • No more letters from North Pole? Ho ho oh no!

    11/19/2009 12:51:41 PM PST · by WOBBLY BOB · 12 replies · 754+ views
    PMSnbc ^ | 11-19-09 | ap
    ANCHORAGE, Alaska - Starry-eyed children writing letters to the jolly man at the North Pole this holiday season likely won't get a response from Santa Claus or his helpers. The U.S. Postal Service is dropping a popular national program begun in 1954 in the small Alaska town of North Pole, where volunteers open and respond to thousands of letters addressed to Santa each year. Replies come with North Pole postmarks. Last year, a postal worker in Maryland recognized an Operation Santa volunteer there as a registered sex offender.
  • North takes over as PACAF commander

    08/18/2009 11:12:10 PM PDT · by Jet Jaguar · 347+ views
    Stars and Stripes ^ | August 20, 2009 | N/A
    Lt. Gen. Gary North was to assume command Wednesday of Pacific Air Forces at Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii. Before the ceremony, he was to be promoted to the rank of general, according to a news release. North succeeds Gen. Howie Chandler, who took command in November 2007. Chandler is heading to the Pentagon to be the vice chief of staff of the Air Force. North commanded the 9th Air Force and U.S. Air Forces Central, at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C. There, he ran air campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan, the release said.
  • Sticks and Stones: Clinton, North Korea Trade Insults

    07/24/2009 6:21:24 AM PDT · by Servant of the Cross · 5 replies · 2,064+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | 7/24/2009 | Nicholas Kralev
    PHUKET, Thailand | So much for diplomacy with North Korea. The Pyongyang government and the Obama administration's chief diplomat Thursday escalated a war of words, with Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton telling Pyongyang it has "no friends" and North Korea calling her "vulgar" and criticizing her appearance. Representatives of both nations were at an annual Asian security summit that the countries have used in the past to engineer high-level encounters. This year, the two traded insults and even found themselves competing for the same stage to address the media. The back-and-forth further diminished hopes that the Obama administration will...
  • Narco-Terror (Oliver North)

    07/16/2009 9:07:55 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 13 replies · 710+ views
    Creators Syndicate ^ | July 17, 2009 | Oliver North
    BOGOTA — He calls himself "Cesar," but his real name is Gerardo Aguilar Ramirez. As "comandante" of the 1st Front of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia — and one of the top 10 leaders of the hyper-violent FARC — he has well-earned credentials as a drug-dealing terrorist with a penchant for trading in hostages. This Thursday, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agents put Ramirez, aka Cesar, in shackles, marched him aboard an aircraft here in Bogota, and took him to the U.S. to stand trial for his crimes. Our Fox News' "War Stories" team was here to record the event...
  • Letter To Paul Hill [1994 Fla. shooter of abortionist Dr. Britton] [part 7 of 13]

    06/06/2009 6:35:28 AM PDT · by Alex Murphy · 211+ views
    Reformed.org ^ | September 29, 1994 | Gary North
    Community Standards Your problem is a theological one. But you did address a real problem. The problem you addressed is the problem you would not admit. The problem is that the American community agrees with the Supreme Court of the United States. The general American public agrees that abortion should be legal. Maybe it does not agree that the third-trimester abortions should be legal, but it is not going to throw out of office the civil magistrates who enforce the Supreme Court's ruling. In fact, the Supreme Court has authorized third-trimester abortion and any other kind of abortion, but the...
  • Essay for Radio Interview: North Korea Solution

    06/04/2009 7:51:43 AM PDT · by buszero · 292+ views
    Our Goal and Solution:We are seeking a long-term and sustainable peace with North Korea. We can't be afraid of them just because they have nuclear weapons, and we should make that point clear. But we should offer them our markets to compete in. The Situation:There are supposedly two more missiles in the works one from each coast with a 4000 mile range. Seattle is 4,700 miles away, which makes it not far-fetched to consider North Korea a nuclear threat. Let’s look at the blast that they set off last week. Some called it a fizzle, but the blast itself was...
  • North Korea actually has the bomb

    06/01/2009 12:41:02 PM PDT · by buszero · 17 replies · 800+ views
    It's been a week since this happened (on May 25, 2009 Beijing Time), and strangely enough, this is story is not in the mainstream media in the United States. There are only a few American outlets such as the Wall Street Journal that have reported on this. The others seem to want to only focus on the missile firing instead of the actual nuclear testing that is the size of the one that once destroyed Hiroshima. This is huge. It means that NORTH KOREA ACTUALLY HAS THE BOMB. From Guardian UK: Country risks further international isolation as underground nuclear explosion...
  • On The Job Training

    05/26/2009 4:52:23 AM PDT · by Titmouse · 4 replies · 489+ views
    The Aspen Times ^ | 5/26/09 | Addison Gardner
    According to the media script, Dick Cheney delivered a 5,000-word rebuttal to President Obama’s speech last Thursday. The fact that Cheney’s speech was scheduled, and penned, weeks before Obama’s staff loaded the president’s teleprompter, won’t persuade the media that Cheney wasn’t “rebutting” Obama, any more than 10 years of planetary cooling will persuade Gorebots that the Earth isn’t erupting into flame. (We’re following that piper to the pier: hold the life preservers…) Cheney delivered his speech to the American Enterprise Institute, and, as usual, acted like he was in a race to conclude his remarks before the bug up-his-butt reached...
  • NKorea says it has conducted a second nuclear test

    05/24/2009 10:53:59 PM PDT · by Maelstorm · 21 replies · 882+ views
    http://www.breitbart.com ^ | May 24 11:47 | By JEAN H. LEE
    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - North Korea announced Monday that it successfully carried out a second underground nuclear test, less than two months after launching a rocket widely believed to be a test of its long-range missile technology. North Korea, incensed by U.N. Security Council condemnation of its April 5 rocket launch, had warned last month that it would restart it rogue nuclear program, conduct a second atomic test as a follow-up to its first one in 2006, and carry out long-range missile tests. On Monday, the country's official Korean Central News Agency said the regime "successfully conducted one more...
  • U.S.: North Korea Didn't 'Win' Despite Languid Response So Far to Rocket Launch

    04/06/2009 7:33:57 PM PDT · by Nachum · 14 replies · 404+ views
    Fox News ^ | 4/6/09 | staff
    The failure so far of the U.N. Security Council or other international organization to respond to a weekend rocket launch by North Korea does not signal a "win" for the rogue nation, the State Department said Monday.
  • North American Union to Replace USA?

    03/08/2009 9:47:54 AM PDT · by md2576 · 53 replies · 1,489+ views
    http://www.humanevents.com ^ | 05/19/2006 | Jerome R. Corsi
    President Bush is pursuing a globalist agenda to create a North American Union, effectively erasing our borders with both Mexico and Canada. This was the hidden agenda behind the Bush administration's true open borders policy. Secretly, the Bush administration is pursuing a policy to expand NAFTA politically, setting the stage for a North American Union designed to encompass the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. What the Bush administration truly wants is the free, unimpeded movement of people across open borders with Mexico and Canada. President Bush intends to abrogate U.S. sovereignty to the North American Union, a new economic and political...
  • The Hershey Co.'s Reading operation is closing and 252 workers are losing their jobs

    02/20/2009 3:02:43 PM PST · by shielagolden · 25 replies · 2,397+ views
    pennlive.com/ ^ | 02/20/09 | JOHN LUCIEW
    The Hershey Co.'s Reading operation is closing and 252 workers are losing their jobs A bitter taste Reading never claimed to be the sweetest place on earth. But since 1986, this self-appointed "home of the pretzel" has been the proud host of a Hershey Co. plant that cranked out somewhat glitzier snacks such as York Peppermint Patties, 5th Avenue and Zagnut candy bars and Jolly Rancher hard candies. It all ends today. The last Peppermint Pattie line will come to a halt after the final swing shift, workers interviewed this week said. Unlike with much of the grim economic news,...
  • Al Qaeda hit by Black Death fear as medieval plague kills 40 terrorists at training camp

    01/19/2009 7:07:22 AM PST · by Sammy67 · 199 replies · 5,565+ views
    DailyMail ^ | 1/19/09 | DailyMailReporter
    Al Qaeda terrorists have been left fearing the Black Death plague after it wiped out at least 40 insurgents at an Algerian training camp, it was reported today. The horror disease, which killed 25 million people in medieval Europe, is understood to have been found in a militant’s body dumped at a roadside. Terror group AQLIM (al Qaeda in the Land of the Islamic Maghreb) was forced to turn its shelter in the Yakouren forests into mass graves and flee, it has been claimed. Now al Qaeda chiefs are said to fear the plague has been passed into other cells...
  • Researcher: North Korea has 'weaponized' plutonium

    01/17/2009 11:03:42 AM PST · by nobama999 · 10 replies · 483+ views
    CTV ^ | Jan. 17 | Associated Press
    Researcher: North Korea has 'weaponized' plutonium Updated Sat. Jan. 17 2009 8:23 AM ET The Associated Press BEIJING -- North Korea has hardened its stance on disarmament, saying it has "weaponized" plutonium into warheads, but hopes for better ties with U.S. President-elect Barack Obama, a U.S. researcher who visited the North said Saturday. Officials say the weapons cannot be inspected and Pyongyang might keep them even if it normalizes relations with Washington, said Selig Harrison, director of the Washington-based Center for International Policy's Asia program. Harrison said he met this week with the North's nuclear envoy, Ri Gun, and other...
  • Chicago: Two Muslims plead guilty in plot to kill U.S. soldiers

    01/16/2009 7:54:15 AM PST · by Sammy67 · 9 replies · 1,183+ views
    JihadWatch ^ | 1/16/09
    AP's headline is "Cousins plead guilty in plot to kill US soldiers." But of course they didn't get involved in this plot because they were cousins. The Department of Homeland Security doesn't need to begin a Global War On Cousins. They did this because they wanted to wage jihad. They met the jihad recruiter at a Muslim convention. They were clearly inspired by Islamic teachings regarding the necessity to wage war against unbelievers. But since none of that is suitable for an AP headline, we get...cousins. An update on this story. "Cousins plead guilty in plot to kill US soldiers,"...
  • You Can Still Hear The Rebel Yell

    12/22/2008 4:43:29 AM PST · by Davy Buck · 29 replies · 1,421+ views
    I recall reading that a Union soldier, observing his comrades fleeing in wide-eyed panic from the "rebel yell" at Chancellorsville said his former unit resembled "close-packed ranks rushing like legions of the damned."
  • In North Korea,The Punishment is Always Death

    12/05/2008 11:17:06 AM PST · by LibWhacker · 14 replies · 1,364+ views
    There are very few positive things one can say about the North Korean communist regime. For years they have lashed out at their neighbors, openly defied any request made of them, and worst of all they basically imprisoned all of their people with the fear of death. shindonghyuk In North Korea,The Punishment is Always Death picture Shin Dong Hyuk, who grew up in one of North Korea’s worst prison camps, is one of the few have have broken North Korean law and lived to tell of it. The interview Shin Dong Hyuk gave upon successfully escaping the prison camp is...
  • McCain and Palin Have an Opportunity in the Frozen North (Michael Barone)

    09/22/2008 2:31:20 PM PDT · by Dawnsblood · 15 replies · 284+ views
    US News and World Report ^ | 9/22/08 | Michael Barone
    During financial disaster week, Barack Obama took the lead over John McCain in national polls, by 2.3 percent in the Real Clear Politics average. But the reshuffling of the political deck seems to have opened up more states for McCain and have closed off some states for Obama, specifically, in the northern tier of the country: call it the Frozen North. Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Washington seem to be in play now. Preconvention polls showed Obama well ahead in each; postconvention polls show him leading by only a few points. That's 31 electoral votes on the table. And North Dakota, Montana,...
  • N Korea 'stops nuclear disabling'

    08/26/2008 11:36:20 AM PDT · by LibWhacker · 5 replies · 123+ views
    BBC ^ | 8/26/08
    North Korea says it has stopped disabling its nuclear facilities, accusing the US of reneging on a six-party disarmament deal.Work was suspended on 14 August, a foreign ministry spokesman told the state news agency KCNA. North Korea says it took the step because the US failed to remove it from a list of state sponsors of terrorism.
  • Cattle shown to align north-south

    08/25/2008 8:59:10 PM PDT · by LibWhacker · 38 replies · 1,710+ views
    BBC ^ | 8/25/08 | Elizabeth Mitchell
    Have you ever noticed that herds of grazing animals all face the same way?Images from Google Earth have confirmed that cattle tend to align their bodies in a north-south direction. Wild deer also display this behaviour - a phenomenon that has apparently gone unnoticed by herdsmen and hunters for thousands of years.
  • Anti-Hate Group Calls On Democrats To Disinvite Radical Muslim Leader From Convention

    08/24/2008 9:57:36 AM PDT · by Winged Hussar · 16 replies · 155+ views
    Americans Against Hate ^ | 8/23/08 | Joe Kaufman
    ISNA, A Named Hamas Co-Conspirator, Recently Propagated Material Calling For Murder Of Jews (Denver, CO) Americans Against Hate (AAH) is calling on the Democratic National Convention Committee (DNCC) to disinvite Ingrid Mattson, the National President of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), from speaking at its Denver convention. Mattson is scheduled to help lead a convention interfaith forum tomorrow, Sunday, August 24th. ISNA, a group related to the violent Muslim Brotherhood, was named by the U.S. government a co-conspirator for a 2007 federal trial which dealt with the financing of millions of dollars to Hamas. Also, as recently as...
  • Islamic Circle of North America being interviewed live in Ct

    07/01/2008 12:37:39 PM PDT · by RaceBannon · 17 replies · 135+ views
    WTIC AM Radio ^ | 7-1-08 | Racebannon
    listen live to their interview here http://player.play.it/player/player.html?id=80&onestat=wtic
  • Research Casts New Light On History Of North America

    07/01/2008 10:26:26 AM PDT · by blam · 22 replies · 408+ views
    Newswise ^ | 7-1-2008 | Valparaiso University
    Research Casts New Light on History of North America Research by a Valparaiso University geography professor and his students lends support to evidence the first humans to settle the Americas came from Europe, rather than crossing a Bering Strait land-ice bridge. Valparaiso’s research shows the Kankakee Sand Islands – a series of hundreds of small dunes in the Kankakee River area of Northwest Indiana and northeastern Illinois – were created 14,500 to 15,000 years ago and that the region could not have been covered by ice as previously thought. Newswise — Research by a Valparaiso University geography professor and his...
  • Ollie North calls Wes Clark "petty and small"

    06/30/2008 2:00:55 PM PDT · by Berlin_Freeper · 36 replies · 146+ views
    Fox News/YouTube ^ | June 30, 2008 | Oliver North
    Ollie North calls Wes Clark "petty and small"
  • How the South Won (This) Civil War (MEGA-HURL)

    04/25/2008 5:07:54 PM PDT · by Braak · 68 replies · 287+ views
    Newsweek ^ | 4/25/2008 | Michael Hirsh
    In the summer of 1863, Robert E. Lee led an ill-advised incursion into Pennsylvania. His army was defeated at Gettysburg, and thence afterward Lee beat a fighting retreat until the South lost the Civil War. One hundred and forty-five years later, the South--or what has become the South-Southwest--has won another kind of Civil War. It has transformed the sensibility of the country. It is setting the agenda for our political, social and religious mores--in Pennsylvania and everywhere else. This thought, which has been recurring to me regularly over the years as I've watched the Southernization of our national politics at...
  • Enjoy Your Stay. . .At North Korean Embassy

    04/04/2008 6:48:45 PM PDT · by blam · 5 replies · 159+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 4-5-2008 | Harry de Quetteville
    Enjoy your stay... at North Korean embassy By Harry de Quetteville in Berlin Last Updated: 1:52am BST 05/04/2008 North Korea, one of the poorest countries in the world, is reportedly raising much needed funds by transforming parts of its Berlin embassy complex into a backpacker hostel. The deal would see North Korea, famous for the secretive regime of dictator Kim Jong-il, throwing open the doors of former diplomatic buildings to budget travellers from around the world. The large embassy compound is located in former East Berlin close to tourist attractions including Checkpoint Charlie and the Brandenburg Gate. A display case...
  • NORTH KOREAN NUCLEAR ENGINEERS in Syria

    03/08/2008 12:00:03 PM PST · by RolandTignor · 18 replies · 667+ views
    PowerLine ^ | March 7, 2008 | John
    As we noted here and, I believe, elsewhere, it has been rumored that North Korean nuclear engineers have been sent to Syria to aid that country's nuclear weapons development program. Today, diplomatic sources confirmed that North Korean engineers and "materials" have, in fact, been dispatched to Syria: Read more at the link.
  • North endorses John McCain: Farrakhan endorses Barrack Obama

    02/25/2008 8:30:12 AM PST · by jmaroneps37 · 38 replies · 1,166+ views
    The Collins Report ^ | Feb. 25, 2008 | John F. Allen
    Saying John McCain is the only candidate that wants to win the war on terror retired Marine Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North has endorsed the Republican front runner. Col. North, a man who has been to Iraq more times than any politician, warned of the serve consequences of a loss in this battle with those who want to murder Americans. As an American, a Marine and a most knowledgeable observer, North has stepped forward to support the safety of America. He recognizes the danger we are in and the best course of action to win out over terrorists. He is a...
  • The Man Behind the Curtain (Oliver North)

    02/01/2008 9:43:10 AM PST · by jazusamo · 14 replies · 62+ views
    Townhall.com ^ | February 1, 2008 | Oliver North
    Friday, February 1, 2008 WASHINGTON -- In the movie "The Wizard of Oz," Dorothy's little terrier, Toto, pulls aside a curtain to reveal that the awesome wizard is really a little man frantically pulling levers to create an illusion of power. Moscow is not quite the Emerald City, but Vladimir Putin certainly is acting like the wizard, and he seems intent on trying to recreate the Iron Curtain. Worse still, leaders here in the United States and in Europe appear to be as fearful as Dorothy's craven lion in looking at what really is going on behind the curtain. In...
  • Video: On the Road in Myrtle Beach, SC (Ollie North attends)

    01/10/2008 10:13:38 AM PST · by Maelstorm · 31 replies · 183+ views
    http://fredfile.fred08.com ^ | Jan 10,2008 | By Austin Walne
    On the Road in Myrtle Beach, SC http://blip.tv/file/590446
  • China 'Plans To Send Troops Into North Korea'

    01/08/2008 1:25:40 PM PST · by blam · 25 replies · 177+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 1-8-2007 | Richard Spencer
    China 'plans to send troops into North Korea' By Richard Spencer in Beijing Last Updated: 7:58pm GMT 08/01/2008 China is planning to send troops into North Korea to restore order and secure its nuclear arsenal in the event of the regime’s collapse. China would consider acting unilaterally, the report indicated According to a new report, Beijing would send in the People’s Liberation Army if it felt threatened by a rapid breakdown in Kim Jong-il’s rule over the country. China would seek to win the backing of the United Nations first, but would be prepared to act unilaterally if necessary. “If...
  • North By Northwest

    12/21/2007 3:13:32 PM PST · by blam · 38 replies · 310+ views
    Science News ^ | 12-21-2007 | Sid Perkins
    North by NorthwestThe planet's wandering magnetic poles help reveal history of Earth and humans Sid Perkins Hikers in the wilderness often place their faith in a trusty compass. But any navigator worth his salt knows that compasses can't truly be trusted: Only along certain longitudes in the Northern Hemisphere does a compass needle point due north. MOVED BY MAGNETISM. Explorers first found the north magnetic pole at Canada's Cape Adelaide in 1831. Blue dots (direct surface observations) and red dots (models using satellite data) denote the pole's movement since then. Green dots indicate the pole's future location if its current...
  • The South Rises

    10/24/2007 4:05:29 AM PDT · by Renfield · 96 replies · 121+ views
    American Thinker ^ | 10/24/2007 | Ed Lasky
    <p>For generations, American elites from the North have treated the South as a benighted land of knaves, fools, and charlatans, a proper subject of scorn and satire and certainly not a region to be admired or emulated. They are comically wrong.</p>
  • Ollie North to appear in Roanoke for a fundraiser

    10/01/2007 12:51:46 PM PDT · by Gopher Broke · 5 replies · 170+ views
    Colonel Oliver North will appear in Roanoke, VA on Tuesday, Oct. 23 for a Republican fundraiser. I do not yet know the ticket price, but Freepmail me if you are interested in getting more info when the price is announced.....
  • N Korean denies link to Israel's strike on Syria

    09/18/2007 5:19:16 PM PDT · by blam · 13 replies · 403+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 9-18-2007 | Tim Butcher
    N Korean denies link to Israel's strike on Syria By Tim Butcher in Jerusalem Last Updated: 12:02pm BST 18/09/2007 North Korea has strongly denied allegations from unnamed American intelligence sources that its regime provided nuclear technology and expertise to Syria. The allegations came after Israel's covert airstrike in northern Syria, with US sources suggesting the target was some sort of shipment of nuclear-connected material provided by Pyongyang. Israel has not given any details on the operation in Syria While North Korea has been providing arms for years to Syria, most notably customised Scud missiles, this was the first allegation about...
  • IAF reportedly hit NKorean nuke facility [With comments from John Bolton.]

    09/15/2007 4:44:47 PM PDT · by familyop · 62 replies · 2,784+ views
    The Jerusalem Post ^ | 16SEP07 | DAVID HOROVITZ
    Amid reports in the American media that the alleged Israeli raid into Syria 10 days ago targeted a North Korean-Syrian nuclear facility, John Bolton, the former US ambassador to the UN, told The Jerusalem Post over the weekend that "simple logic" suggested North Korea and Iran could have outsourced nuclear development "to a country that is not under suspicion" - namely Syria. Tellingly, he added: "Why would North Korea protest an Israeli strike on Syria?" Bolton suggested that Syria, which he said has long sought a range of weapons of mass destruction, might have agreed to provide "facilities for uranium...
  • Democrats' Blatant Display to Impugn General David Petraeus

    09/15/2007 9:35:55 AM PDT · by AuntB · 15 replies · 696+ views
    FoxNews ^ | Sept. 14, 2007 | By Lt. Col. Oliver North
    During a telephone conversation three days before Gen. Petraeus sat down next to Ambassador Ryan Crocker in the Caucus Room of the Cannon House Office building, my friend, Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) told me that Democrats were conducting a “guerrilla campaign of character assassination” to impugn the general and that it would culminate with “a frontal attack” on his integrity. Congressman Hunter posited that based on my personal experience in a similar atmosphere, I would understand. But not even I could gauge how low the Democrats had sunk or how vicious they have become...... What happened this week to Gen....