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  • Dim letter with veiled threat about ABC's broadcast license/RAT hypocrisy alert

    09/08/2006 4:55:24 AM PDT · by seanmerc · 37 replies · 1,018+ views
    http://reid.senate.gov/newsroom/record.cfm?id=262624&&year=2006& ^ | Sep. 7, 2006 | U.S. Senator Harry Reid (D-Nev.)
    Press Release of Senator Reid SENATE DEMOCRATIC LEADERSHIP URGES DISNEY CEO TO CANCEL MISLEADING 9/11 MINISERIES Thursday, September 7, 2006 Washington, DC — Urging him to cancel the grossly inaccurate upcoming miniseries The Path to 9/11, the Senate Democratic Leadership today sent the following letter to Disney President and CEO Robert Iger. Disney’s subsidiary ABC erroneously claims the misleading miniseries is based on 9/11 Commission report and is planning to air it on September 10 and 11. Shockingly, the network is also planning to use the program as a teaching tool through Scholastic, potentially misinforming thousands of children about the...
  • Senate Democratic leadership threatens Disney with legal and legislative sanctions

    09/07/2006 4:12:34 PM PDT · by Mo1 · 1,344 replies · 30,688+ views
    americablog.blogspot.com ^ | September 07, 2006 | John in DC
    Senate Democratic leadership threatens Disney with legal and legislative sanctionsby John in DC - 9/07/2006 06:02:00 PM This letter was sent today by the entire Democratic leadership of the US Senate. This letter is such a major shot across the bow of Disney, it's not even funny. It is FILLED with veiled threats, both legal and legislative, against Disney. US Senators don't make threats like this, especially the entire Democratic leadership en masse, unless they mean it. Disney is in serious trouble. Read it, then read my analysis of it below:September 7, 2006 Mr. Robert A. Iger President and...
  • Hillary may have to hide her brothers

    08/24/2006 9:12:04 AM PDT · by BJClinton · 48 replies · 2,381+ views
    Michael M Bates ^ | 08/24/2006 | Mike Bates
    Billy Carter, registered foreign agent of the Libyan government and brother of President Jimmy, urinated in public at the Atlanta airport. Sam Houston Johnson, alcoholic and brother of President Lyndon, claimed he was virtually a hostage in the White House and was followed by the Secret Service when he went out. Donald Nixon, budding entrepreneur and brother of President Richard, used his fraternal connection in the late 1950s to secure a business loan. You can choose your friends, but not your family. A number of politicians have found the axiom all too true. Mrs. Clinton’s brothers may yet play a...
  • HILLARY GOES NUCLEAR: proliferation in the age of clinton

    05/30/2006 10:16:34 PM PDT · by Mia T · 77 replies · 3,664+ views
    National Press Club, C-SPAN, The New York Times, Richard Miniter | 5.31.06 | Mia T
    HILLARY GOES NUCLEARPROLIFERATION IN THE AGE OF CLINTON by Mia T, 5.30.06     For more than a half decade, the Clinton administration was shoveling atomic secrets out the door as fast as it could, literally by the ton. Millions of previously classified ideas and documents relating to nuclear arms were released to all comers, including China's bomb makers. William J. BroadSpying Isn't the Only Way to Learn About Nukes The New York Times May 30, 1999 Nuclear is now very much in the news as a potential power source because of its lack of contribution to global warming....
  • Washington Post Hints That Clinton Has a Girlfriend ( follows the N Y Slimes..damage control?)

    05/25/2006 9:38:47 AM PDT · by IrishMike · 150 replies · 6,974+ views
    New York Observer ^ | May 25, 2006 | Phil
    The Washington Post today follows up the Times frontpager on the Clinton marriage with a column by veteran political commentator David Broder, titled "The Shadow of a Marriage," in which Broder hints that Bill Clinton has a girlfriend. He does so in a passage that critiques the Times piece: It touched only lightly on the former president's friendship with Canadian politician Belinda Stronach. Then Broder says that the character of the Clinton marriage is the "elephant in the room" with Senator Clinton—and thus, fair game in the political process. I genuinely wish the Clintons luck on this one. I'm never...
  • Clinton to Show Emotional Campaign Video

    05/28/2006 7:36:07 AM PDT · by XR7 · 42 replies · 1,087+ views
    Newsday ^ | 5/29/06 | MARC HUMBERT
    ALBANY, N.Y. -- Democratic Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton is getting her bid for a second term under way with a sometimes emotional 18-minute video that features praise from her husband and even some New Yorkers who opposed her candidacy six years ago. "I didn't vote for her. I think I will this next election," says Tim Damon, owner of Damon Rods in Potsdam, N.Y., whose company's Web site shows former President Bush with a Damon fishing rod. The video, previewed for The Associated Press, will be shown Wednesday at the state Democratic convention in Buffalo as the former first lady...
  • For Clintons, Delicate Dance of Married and Public Lives

    05/22/2006 8:53:16 PM PDT · by Cincinna · 25 replies · 1,622+ views
    New York Times ^ | May 23, 2006 | PATRICK HEALY
    Bill and Hillary Clinton flew to Chicago together last month to deliver speeches a few hours and a few miles apart. And like any couple, they thought about having dinner at day's end. But life is not so simple when you are married to a Clinton. The former president kept a low profile and left early for Washington, in part to avoid distracting the news media from his wife's speech. They decided later that dinner would not work, so Mr. Clinton did what he often does: He rounded up some familiar faces — former aides including Joe Lockhart and Mike...
  • Treat the CIA Leaker Like Scooter Libby

    04/25/2006 4:31:21 AM PDT · by unionblue83 · 10 replies · 1,266+ views
    front page magazine ^ | 25 april 2006 | Christopher Hitchens
    If Mary O. McCarthy should ever be so desperate as to need a character witness, or to require one so badly that she must stoop to my level, I declare in advance that I shall step forward pro bono. I am quite willing to accept that whatever she did or did not do or say about the surreptitious incarceration of al-Qaida suspects overseas (and let's not prejudge this), she did it from the most exalted motives. I accept this because, however much of her hard-earned money she threw away on making a donation to the John Kerry presidential campaign, she...
  • ABC's Nightline Aids Bill Clinton's Revisionism on NSA Spying

    01/14/2006 9:37:48 AM PST · by Nasty McPhilthy · 2 replies · 926+ views
    MND ^ | Friday, January 13, 2006 | by Jim Kouri, CPP
    For eight years, Bill Clinton saturated the news media with his exploits in the White House. And now that he's no longer president -- and unlike most former presidents -- he's still getting major press coverage on a daily basis. It's understandable since without the adulation and love poured on the man known as Slick Willie, he'd be left alone with himself. And the reality would set in that beneath all the bluster and verbal gymnastics lay a man who's basically an empty suit. But for now, that is a non-problem for Clinton. For example, Thursday night Bill appeared on...
  • WILL, WILLIE, WHY? - Former Mayor Brown's Not Done Yet

    01/03/2006 11:44:33 AM PST · by chuckpez · 1 replies · 423+ views
    The Radio Equalizer- Brian Maloney ^ | January 3rd, 2006 | Brian Maloney
    Like a lingering, nasty winter cold, Willie Brown is one politician the Golden State just can't seem to shake. To remove the notorious former California State Assembly speaker from power, it took a constitutional rewrite that imposed legislative term limits. And after Democrats lost control of the chamber to the GOP in 1995, voters were dumbfounded when Brown outfoxed them, manipulating two Republican surrogates Manchurian-style to retain power. When those limits finally prevented Willie from any additional time in Sacramento, he promptly ran for mayor of San Francisco, serving two terms from 1996 to 2004. Even as many Californians saw...
  • 8th Day of Christmas (Caption This Photo)

    12/19/2005 5:03:33 AM PST · by TheRobb7 · 11 replies · 857+ views
    The Perspective ^ | 12-19-05 | TheRobb7
    Before I post this at my website (link above), I thought I would give The Freeper Nation a chance to weigh in on this photo I have chosen for Tweleve Days of Christmas series at The Perspective. Enjoy!
  • WOMEN'S BROTHEL: This stud's for you

    12/08/2005 11:01:38 AM PST · by rellimpank · 204 replies · 5,852+ views
    PAHRUMP -- She has yet to apply for a brothel license, but former "Hollywood Madam" Heidi Fleiss has moved to Nye County and revealed the identity of the first man picked to work at her Stud Farm for women in nearby Crystal.
  • Woman in Clinton affair gets $90,000

    11/08/2005 8:11:14 AM PST · by george76 · 86 replies · 4,659+ views
    The Inquirer ^ | Nov. 08, 2005 | Benjamin Y. Lowe
    The former West Chester Friends School official who said she was fired because she had an affair with former President Bill Clinton yesterday accepted a $90,000 settlement judgment from the school and will end her discrimination case. Myra Belle "Sally" Miller, 66, sued in federal court in Philadelphia last year, alleging she was harassed and discriminated against when school employees learned she was once mentioned along with Paula Jones, Monica Lewinsky and Gennifer Flowers. Miller, also known by her former married name of Sally Perdue, ... and was paid between $40,000 and $50,000 a year.
  • Rush Limbaugh: Clinton Promised Pro-Abortion Judges

    10/20/2005 5:21:42 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 75 replies · 8,444+ views
    RushLimbaugh.com ^ | 10/20/05 | Rush Limbaugh
    Snerdley looked it up. He found it. April 5th, 1992, this is during the campaign, Bill Clinton said, "And I will appoint judges to the Supreme Court who believe in the constitutional right to privacy, including the right to choose." So there Clinton did establish his litmus test. So it's okay for the libs to say, "We're going to get a pro-choice nominee. They're going to be pro-Roe vs. Wade," but somehow Republicans can't say this. Republican nominees say it. Republican presidents can't say it. "Weeeell, I have never talked to our nominee about that! You know, I don't have...
  • Hillary Clinton: Bush Ruined Bill's FEMA

    09/07/2005 5:51:39 AM PDT · by Past Your Eyes · 54 replies · 1,889+ views
    NewsMax ^ | Sept 6, 2005 | Carl Limbacher
    Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2005 11:48 p.m. EDT Hillary Clinton: Bush Ruined Bill's FEMA 2008 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said Tuesday that the Federal Emergency Management Agency was better organized to deal with disasters like Hurricane Katrina while her husband was president - an approach, she said, that was "rejected" by President Bush. "FEMA was the lead agency during the Clinton administration; it was in charge," Mrs. Clinton boasted during a conference call with reporters. "James D. Witt, the director, understood how to deal with emergencies."
  • Lewinsky To Study In London

    09/06/2005 3:41:37 PM PDT · by COUNTrecount · 93 replies · 2,159+ views
    SFGate.com ^ | Sept.6, 2005
    Former White House intern Monica Lewinsky is heading to Britain to study in a Masters in Psychology program at the prestigious London School of Economics. The curvy 32-year-old, who shocked the world when reports of her sex antics with former President Bill Clinton hit newsstands, completed her first degree in psychology in 1995 before she started work for the former U.S. leader. Although the program incurs a staggering $22,000 for non-European students, the fee shouldn't pose a problem for Lewinsky -- she reportedly commanded six-figure payouts for her revealing interviews after Clinton's autobiography was published last year.
  • Bill Clinton's third inaugural

    09/05/2005 9:32:54 PM PDT · by smoothsailing · 24 replies · 1,085+ views
    The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review ^ | 09-04-05 | Commentary
    Bill Clinton's third inaugural Sunday, September 4, 2005 WASHINGTON -- Over a lifetime, Bill Clinton has exhibited a number of irresistible urges. One, more acceptable than others, was to be inaugurated, which, according to my dictionary, means commencing some office with ceremonies and ritual. According to Bill, he inaugurated himself into marijuana smoking -- but not inhaling -- at Oxford University in England. Five years later, he was sworn in as attorney general of Arkansas, then five times as governor of the state and twice as president of the United States. Now in 2005, Bill Clinton is looking for a...
  • (Bill)Clinton: Government 'failed' people

    09/05/2005 5:56:01 PM PDT · by lunarbicep · 134 replies · 3,612+ views
    HOUSTON, Texas (CNN) -- Former President Bill Clinton on Monday said the government "failed" the thousands of people who lived in coastal communities devastated by Hurricane Katrina, and said a federal investigation was warranted in due time.
  • NYT: Congress Given Internal Report on C.I.A. Role

    08/24/2005 6:24:44 AM PDT · by OESY · 19 replies · 1,937+ views
    New York Times ^ | August 24, 2005 | SCOTT SHANE
    Porter J. Goss, the director of the Central Intelligence Agency, delivered a long-awaited internal report to Congress on Monday night that is said to give a harsh assessment of the agency's performance before the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Mr. Goss, who was chairman of the House Intelligence Committee before his appointment last year as head of the C.I.A., hand-delivered two copies of the classified report to staff members of the House and Senate Intelligence Committees. The copies of the report, which is several hundred pages, were placed in committee safes and were not to be opened at least until...
  • Bill Clinton's Post-Presidency - A Plan for World Domination

    08/17/2005 12:44:44 AM PDT · by Cincinna · 23 replies · 1,041+ views
    New York Metro News ^ | August 14,2005 | Jennifer Senior
    There’s a tangible, almost merciful way that the postpresidency agrees with Bill Clinton. Here in Africa, where he’ll be spending the next seven days, he’s relaxed, smiling, pink. On the first night of our trip, in a faded old colonial hotel in Mozambique, he comes bounding to the dinner table in bright-white pants, a bright-white shirt, an almost-as-white sweater (knotted around his shoulders), and brand-new canary-yellow running sneakers, like some Queer Eye project gone cheerfully awry. I will soon discover that these running sneakers perfectly match one of his ties—he’s brought a whole array of pastel cravats for the Southern...