Thursday, February 28, 2008

After Promising Last Year to Do So, Republicans Halt Effort To Retrieve Missing White House Emails

Oil IS a Reason for War According to Pentagon Policy Since 1999

Poll: 93% of Muslims Worldwide Condemn 9/11 Attacks - 0% Approved of Attacks on Religious Grounds

Secretary of Defense Gates gets serious, says the combat troops have got to get out of Iraq for the sake of security and common sense because we simply cannot let this chaotic violence drag on for years. Turkey's combat troops, that is.

Bush and his top associates have a tradition of selectively disclosing intelligence findings that serve their political agenda -- while aggressively asserting the need to keep secret the information that would tend to discredit them.

Thursday, February 7, 2008

Congressman Paul Cosponsors "Combat Veterans Debt Elimination Act"

Congressman Paul Cosponsors "Combat Veterans Debt Elimination Act"

Ron Paul doesn't "supports the troops," right?

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Government officials claim that laptops and cell phones are no different from briefcases and they have equal rights to search all of them

"Euros Accepted" signs pop up in New York City

Euros Accepted signs pop up in New York City | U.S. | Reuters

The George W. Bush legacy...making the U.S. a banana republic in 7 short years.

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Fox News...profits before facts

Veterans not entitled to mental health care, Bush Administration argues

Veterans have no legal right to
specific types of medical care, the Bush administration argues in a
lawsuit accusing the government of illegally denying mental health
treatment to some troops returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.
Veterans not entitled to mental health care, U.S. lawyers argue

Support the troops...

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Friday, February 1, 2008

Reminder: Bin Laden's Goal is to Bankrupt U.S.

Bush Budget: Freeze Domestic Spending to Keep Spending in Other Countries

President George W. Bush will propose freezing most domestic
spending in his upcoming 2009 budget and will seek big cost savings
from government health care programs, a U.S. official said on Thursday.

In a more than $3 trillion budget to be unveiled on Monday, Bush
wants to limit to less than 1 percent increases in spending on
discretionary programs like transportation and education, but excluding
national security, the official said.
Bush budget would nearly freeze domestic spending | Reuters

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