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  • WashTimes: Republican Party policy Draft Rips Bush's "Socialist" Bailouts (Glory Alleluia)

    12/30/2008 8:30:32 AM PST · by quesney · 121 replies · 3,036+ views
    Washington Times ^ | Ralph Zallow
    A group of Republican leaders including the vice-chair of the Republican National Committee say they will try in January to pass a resolution accusing President George Bush and congressional Republican leaders of embracing "socialist" policies. Pretty blunt. (having some trouble accessing the website since it was put up on Drudge Report)
  • US Hacker attacks linked to Chinese military("China Prohibits Internet Attacks, Says FM Spokesman")

    12/13/2005 6:39:53 AM PST · by Diddle E. Squat · 17 replies · 1,005+ views
    AFP-SAPA, ^ | 12/13/05 | AFP-SAPA,
    A systematic effort by hackers to penetrate US government and industry computer networks stems most likely from the Chinese military, a security institute says. A systematic effort by hackers to penetrate US government and industry computer networks stems most likely from the Chinese military, the head of a leading security institute has said. The attacks have been traced to the Chinese province of Guangdong, and the techniques used make it appear unlikely to come from any other source than the military, said Alan Paller, the director of the SANS Institute, an education and research organization focusing on cybersecurity. ?These attacks...
  • "The Chinese Miracle Will End Soon" (from Chinese Ministry of the Environment)

    03/10/2005 6:12:52 AM PST · by loreldan · 38 replies · 1,063+ views
    Spiegel ^ | March 7, 2005
    "The world has been dazzled in recent years by the economic strides being made by China. But it has come at a huge cost to the country's environment. Pollution is a huge and costly problem. Pan Yue of the ministry of the environment says these problems will soon overwhelm the country and will create millions of 'environmental refugees'."