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Saturday, January 24, 2004

U.S. retirement dollars linked to terrorist-Report scheduled to air 60 Minutes Sunday 

  • Radical Pro-Choice Call To Action For April 25, 2004


  • Supreme Court's Gag Rule on Us
    'The Powerful Have Only Gotten More Powerful'


  • US Secretary of State Colin Powell has conceded that Iraq may not have possessed any stocks of weapons of mass destruction before the war last year


  • Four wild elephants drunk on rice beer have been electrocuted in the north-east Indian state of Meghalaya, wildlife officials report


  • Security Guard Shot At Texas Chemical Plant


  • German trial hears how Iranian agent warned US of impending al-Qaida attack


  • Contractor Faulted for Letting Workers Tape Together Explosives From Nuclear Warhead


  • Troops were sent into Iraq without vital chemical kit


  • US Vice-President demands democracy for the Iranian people


  • Germany secures a foothold in Iran


  • Stars & Stripes or the Star of David?: US-Israeli Connections in Iraq


  • George W. Bush is coming to Greenwich, Connecticut Thursday, January 29, Student Coalition for Peace and Democracy-A PEACEFUL DEMONSTRATION IS PLANNED


  • Power, Propaganda and Conscience in The War On Terror-Lecture by John Pilger


  • John Pilger


  • Iran will help Sri Lanka prospect for oil besides opening a $20 million credit line for the country's power and energy sector, it was announced on Thursday


  • Scottie & Me


  • Janes: U.S. Might Strike Hezbollah in Bakaa


  • Cheney Is Adamant on Iraq 'Evidence'


  • Genetic engineering promises a long line of improvements to animals - from fish that glow to mosquitoes without disease - but are federal regulators keeping a watchful eye?


  • Janes: U.S. Might Strike Hezbollah in Bakaa


  • Inside the intifada
    Seumas Milne speaks to the architects of the Palestinian uprising


  • A wake-up call better than boiled coffee! A calendar of events your mom & pop forgot to tell you about


  • Massive spending bill ready for Bush's signature


  • MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR AGRICULTURE, RURAL DEVELOPMENT, FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION, AND RELATED AGENCIES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2004, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES


  • The Empire in Iraq


  • Global Eye – Royal Flush


  • Billionaire philanthropist George Soros and the United Nations opened a trust fund Thursday to help Georgia's president-elect in his promised fight against corruption, a cornerstone of the revolution that toppled country's post-Soviet leadership


  • The Bottom Line, a Historic Nightclub, Calls It Quits-after a court fight with N.Y.U. over back rent


  • Bruce Ratner's plan to bring the Nets to Brooklyn as the anchor of a $2.3-billion project will cost New Yorkers hundreds of millions for infrastructure improvements, payouts to displaced residents and possible tax breaks, a source familiar with the deal said Thursday


  • Privatizing the lives of the poor


  • Border Patrol: Did Bush send you here? Surveying illegals to find out whether prompted by immigration plan


  • India Friday tested a short-range nuclear-capable ballistic missile at a test range on the country's eastern coast, a defence source said


  • Report Suspicious Activity


  • After a vanishing act that has lasted just over a month the Italian Premier - Silvio Berlusconi - resurfaced last night amid rumours that he has had a face lift


  • Propaganda Matrix-Who carried out 9/11? Not these guys


  • Passenger arrested after making bomb threat


  • South Africa & others taking 80% of Mali gold, leaving water shortages, cyanide


  • Extraordinary UFO Photo from Australia


  • Ice Block Just Misses Elderly Woman


  • US Military Wreaks Worldwide Environmental Havoc


  • In another indication of their organic incapacity to offer any alternative to the policies of the Bush administration, Democrats on Capitol Hill dropped their opposition Thursday to a Republican-drafted federal budget that includes a provision depriving up to 8 million workers of the right to overtime pay


  • In one of its first measures of 2004, the Australian government has unveiled another attempt to strip tens of thousands of disabled and injured people off Disability Support Pensions and force them into low-paid work


  • THE WAR OVER HEALTH CARE


  • JTIC briefing: criminal and terrorist exploitation of icons


  • Democracy at Risk By PAUL KRUGMAN


  • EWG: Rocket Fuel Issue Page


  • Will George Soros Panic the Market?


  • Does Bush Policy 'Border' on Insanity?


  • Under Oath, German Agent Says US Warned About 9/11


  • Ford To Announce Layoffs Monday


  • The Moon can provide electric power sufficient for 1000 years


  • Bush May Seek Billions for Iraq After Election


  • Christian Identity - A Fed Front


  • Cheney's Iraq Deceptions Leave NPR Speechless


  • Strongest evidence against Zundel found in secret documents, agent suggests


  • Each Day the Government Becomes More Dictatorial
    An Israeli Pilot Speaks Out


  • Citing 'Fire Risk' US To Expand California Logging


  • Israeli Not Allowed Out in Nuclear Detonator Case


  • He’s confident system can stop any virus


  • Israeli police have been forced to close a floor of their station because the smell of confiscated marijuana was making them high


  • Al-Qaida will do Whatever it Takes to Assure Bush is Re-elected


  • Daniel Weintraub: Californians oppose the governor's bond measure


  • IBM Data Give Rare Look at Sensitive 'Offshoring' Plans


  • THE ROVING EYE: The masters of the universe


  • Powell to pledge US support for Georgia, press Russia on troop withdrawal


  • A false U.S. recovery-One thousand. That is the total number of new jobs the U.S. economy created in December, the Labor Department reported


  • Global unemployment rose in 2003 to a record 185.9 million, but the worldwide economic recovery in the second half of the year may have helped to improve the situation, the United Nations Labour agency said


  • Russia creates new problems for Georgia


  • Jerusalem:With mounting pressure and intensifying investigations, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's associates have told Channel Two TV that he will resign if indicted on charges of accepting bribes from businessman David Appel


  • The American Taliban-Atlanta author Daniel Levitas warns that the threat posed by homegrown terrorists should not be overlooked


  • The New American Century by Arundhati Roy




  • Thursday, January 22, 2004

    TV Execs Meet To Discuss Coverage Of Next Attack On US 

  • US. Border Patrol agents, secretly the most outspoken critics of the Bush immigration plans, are warning that security on our borders presents a clear and increasing danger as even more illegal aliens flood into the country


  • The Senate overcame Democrats' delaying tactics Thursday and sent President Bush an overdue $373 billion bill financing a vast swath of government and bearing a bushel of victories for the White House


  • Rove Schemes for Illegal Alien Vote The White House is sacrificing Social Security in an attempt to capture the Hispanic vote


  • A Certain Something in the AIR in NYC Subways


  • Rare and previously unheard tracks from Bob Marley's early years are to get official releases for the first time


  • THIS IS SICK: TV Execs Meet To Discuss Coverage Of Next Attack On US


  • Violent crime in England and Wales has risen 14%, Home Office figures show


  • Fix the Omnibus Spending Bill


  • State of the Union Response Claim vs. Fact analysis by the Center for American Progress


  • Kodak to Cut Up to 15,000 Jobs, Take $1.7 Bln Charge


  • User's Guide to the State of the Union


  • Silverstein, FDNY Decided to 'Pull WTC 7': An In-Depth Analysis


  • China unable to quench thirst for oil


  • China-US: Double bubbles in danger of colliding


  • Winglike Design Unveiled for Trade Center PATH Terminal


  • Risks Seen in Pentagon's Internet Voting Plan


  • Bush May Seek Billions for Iraq After Election


  • 9/11 widow in N.H. talks about her lawsuit against the government


  • Snooping powers given to more than 600 public bodies look set to create a small industry of private firms that will help process requests for information about who people call, the websites they visit and who they swap e-mail with


  • Witness in 9/11 trial accuses Iran


  • In many places across George Bush's America, you may be losing your ability to exercise your lawful First Amendment rights of speech and assembly. Increasingly, some police departments, the FBI, and the Secret Service are engaging in the criminalization--or, at the very least, the marginalization--of dissent


  • Iran 'initiated 9/11 attacks'


  • We Are the Majority


  • Poverty, Not Terror, the Real Threat - U.N. Chief


  • No (rich) child left behind
    Testing sifts out cheap labor for service economy


  • VOTE FRAUD 2004


  • Bush’s State of the Union: Threats, lies and delusion


  • Skull & Bones: The Secret Society That Unites John Kerry and President Bush


  • Omnibus Spending Bill Provisions Pt. I: New Overtime Laws To End Pay For Up To 8 Million Workers


  • According to JID's intelligence sources, US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld is considering plans to expand the global war on terrorism with multi-pronged attacks against suspected militant bases in countries such as Lebanon and Somalia. In a week in which Israel launched airstrikes against Hizbullah positions, our regional correspondent reports from Beirut


  • Bush used selective data in his address, critics say


  • Evasions, Half-Truths, and the State of the Union Can we trust this year's speech?


  • Years after the Cold War threat of a Soviet submarine attack ended, the U.S. Navy is confronting a new danger – the growing fleets of quiet, diesel-electric subs among potential enemy nations


  • Watch out Brooklyn! Ratner buys Nets for $300m, asks for $1.1b in arena subsidies


  • Ex-C.I.A. Aides Ask for Leak Inquiry by Congress


  • Engineering Google Results to Make a Political Point


  • Rover suffers anomaly on Martian surface


  • Federal remote voting system called flawed


  • Charges Placed In WTC Towers When Built


  • Bush ditches Jesus, Pleases Jewish ADL




  • Wednesday, January 21, 2004

    Go ahead, George, and lie to me. Lie to my dog. Lie to my sister. But don't you ever lie to my kids 

  • Greg Palast-NO CHILD'S BEHIND LEFT
    The New Educational Eugenics in George Bush's State of the Union


  • MISSING TRILLIONS($3,400,000,000,000)GONE TO ISRAELS NUCLEAR PROGRAM?


  • DEMOCRACY NOW! SPECIAL: Behind Bush's State of the Union


  • Conspiracy Theories:Uncovering the facts behind the myths of 9-11


  • MATRIX (Multistate Anti-Terrorism Information Exchange) = The End of Privacy!
  • Privacy Watch-Matrix (Multistate Anti-Terrorism Information Exchange)-The Pentagon's Total Information Awareness program may have been shut down by Congress, but now there's MATRIX to mine all your personal details. Be afraid. Be VERY afraid. And then fight back!


  • The Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice, initiated funding for a pilot, proof-of-concept project titled the Multistate Anti-Terrorism Information Exchange (MATRIX)


  • Hegemnoy or Survival Noam Chomsky interviewed by Evan Solomon


  • the deliberate dumbing down of america is a chronological history of the past 100+ years of education reform


  • Bush Pushes Plan to Permit Internet Surveillance


  • All US airline passengers to undergo government background checks


  • The authority of the federal government to collect its income tax depends upon the 16th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, the federal income tax amendment, which was allegedly ratified in 1913. After a year of extensive research, Bill Benson discovered that the 16th Amendment was not ratified by the required 3/4 of the states, but nevertheless Secretary of State Philander Knox fraudulently announced ratification


  • MoveOn-The State of the Union in 30 Seconds-alternative version of tonight's speech which exposes how the nation's drug companies backed and bought this bill


  • ACLU-Oppose Taxpayer Subsidies for Religious Schools


  • MARCH 20, 2004 GLOBAL DAY OF ACTION on the FIRST ANNIVERSARY of the U.S. BOMBING and INVASION of IRAQ


  • Civil Liberties Watch


  • A losing battle in war on terror finances
    Since the war on terror financing began, the US Treasury has seized US$138 million - $36.4 million within the US and $101.6 million from financial institutions around the world


  • New evidence halts 9/11 verdict-A German court has agreed to allow a new prosecution witness in the trial of an 11 September suspect which appeared to have all but crumbled last month


  • CENSUS PRIVACY


  • The new discimination against the nonreligious


  • Top Bush Scandals of 2003


  • Columbia University researchers have found that the New York City subway produces a large amount of steel dust, composed of iron, manganese and chromium, all of which is breathed in by subway riders in amounts 100 times greater than the levels in other nearby indoor and outdoor settings


  • Parts of Europe and North America could get drastically colder if warming Atlantic ocean currents are halted by a surprise side-effect of global warming, scientists said on Wednesday


  • No Foolproof Way Is Seen to Contain Altered Genes


  • Chicago's alternative to locking up youth


  • How does a congregation maintain tradition while embracing progressive ideas? A Baltimore synagogue made changes carefully, eventually earning the approval of traditionalists and feminists


  • Women, academics, the media worry about their rights in a new Iraq


  • Researchers have recently suggested that the size of the brain matters when it comes to engaging in sex


  • World Social Forum


  • Russia to deliver 16 MiG fighters to India by 2008


  • Human Trafficking Meeting Next Week-In 2002, an estimated 50,000 women and children were trafficked to the United States from the former Soviet Union


  • America's War for Global Domination


  • Odds of Skull vs. Bones in 2004: somewhere between 43% and 100%


  • U.S. Rep Jerry Costello has called for impeachment hearings against U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney during Congress' session that begins today


  • Mysterious Object Caught On Video Over KC Sky


  • Up the Hill Backwards All over the world, certain places are known for their weird gravity anomalies


  • Loch Ness Monster Has a Relative in Russian Province


  • After suffering prolonged technological and industrial stagnation and contraction over the past few decades, China's defence industry has undergone an extensive restructuring since the late 1990s to make it leaner, more efficient and better able to meet the high-technology needs of the People's Liberation Army (PLA)


  • City Scientists Say Red-Sea Miracle Can Be Explained By Galina Stolyarova


  • Admit Iraq war was illegitimate, Tutu Tells U.S.


  • Company Proposes Ground Laser To Protect Jetliners


  • The U.S. music industry on Wednesday said it is suing 532 individuals identified only as "John Doe" in anti-piracy lawsuits after a recent court decision forced record labels to abandon earlier methods of tracking down offenders


  • Israeli Prosecutors Consider Charging Sharon


  • US set for Iraq election retreat


  • 9/11: The Gun Which Smoked For 1½ Seconds


  • US plans to attack seven Muslim states


  • American Terrorist


  • Crisis Brewing up Between Jordan, Israel over Apartheid Wall 'Wall' Threatens Viable Palestinian State, Jordan's National Security: FM Muasher


  • President Bush on Tuesday evening called for the renewal of the USA Patriot Act, the controversial law that has expanded Internet surveillance powers for police and partially expires next year


  • WE THE PEOPLE


  • Palestinians easily scale Israel's $1.9 billion security fence


  • 9/11 is low on White House priority list


  • Israel hinders probe of anti-US attack-Palestinian


  • What's Bush hiding from 9/11 commission?
    Administration doesn't want truth out before the election


  • Lebanese President Emile Lahoud said yesterday that a UN investigation had found that an Israeli military bulldozer hit by a Hizbollah rocket attack was in Lebanese territory at the time of the strike


  • Powell condemns Hezbollah attack


  • CRACKED by UnCle|FuzKe
    Egyptian singer croons Americans 'are the ones who pulled [tower] down'


  • Enemies of the State


  • The artificial creation of Dissociative Identity Disorder/DID (formerly known as Multiple Personality Disorder/MPD) is commonly known as "trauma-based programming." This sadistic type of mental programming has unfortunately become a cottage industry among psychopathic control addicts, intelligence contractors, military personnel, Mafia affiliates, cult leaders, career pedophiles, and black-marketers who want to create amnesic slaves to use at their beck and call. I call this human rights violation "mentally controlled slavery." It's also called "mind control"





  • Tuesday, January 20, 2004

    The Earth has entered a new era, one in which human beings may be the dominant force, say four environmental leaders 

  • The Earth has entered a new era, one in which human beings may be the dominant force, say four environmental leaders


  • 561 acts of terrorism were registered in Russia last year, a rise of 55.8% year-on-year


  • Code-Orange Absurdities


  • Russian-Chinese trade steps up 30% in 2003


  • A survey of 215 personnel managers - from some of the country's biggest employers - also revealed that 60 per cent believed the increase in student numbers had led to a "dumbing down" of standards


  • Want Children Back? Get a Bigger Apartment


  • Bush's Black Hole Economic Policy-And the U.S. dollar plumbs new lows against other key currencies. Meanwhile the once iffy euro is now worth more than the dollar – a lot more. It now takes nearly $1.30 to purchase a single euro. The dollar and the Japanese yen are now nearly at par. This can mean only one thing – investors are dumping dollars


  • Israeli warplanes have launched an air strike on southern Lebanon, a day after Hezbollah militants killed an Israeli soldier in a rocket attack


  • Israeli jets strike Hezbollah targets in southern Lebanon


  • Flu Secrets You Should Know


  • Here Comes The American Union
    merging north and south america


  • Arundhati Roy Addresses Tens of Thousands At World Social Forum Opening in Bombay


  • Corporations are not only the most powerful institutions in the world, they are also psychopathic, a new Canadian documentary on globalization elegantly argues


  • George W Bush and the Real State of the Union


  • Resistance to Patriot Act gaining ground


  • Virtual Vladimir, cyber superhero


  • Bush set to lay out his next agenda As he bids for reelection, the president will focus on the terror war, jobs, outer space, and marriage


  • Argentine President Néstor Kirchner has ordered an investigation into allegations that torture techniques continued to be taught in a military training centre even after the country's return to democracy in 1983


  • Spending bill swells on diet of pork Federal legislators add $10.7 billion for pet projects


  • China's economy grows 9.1 percent in 2003


  • NATURAL GAS UPDATES – A DARK AND COLD FUTURE


  • Teen takes down mikerowesoft.com, citing heavy traffic


  • A 6-year-old girl was found dead in a motel room with a broken back Monday after what police said may have been an exorcism


  • U.S. census information provided by millions of Americans was used in a government study to profile airline passengers as terrorist risks


  • Silverstein, FDNY Decided to 'Pull WTC 7': An In-Depth Analysis


  • Is this piece of debris really from flight 77?


  • Israel's 30-foot concrete "fence" through Jerusalem; Wash Post and CNN miss it


  • Yellowstone Supervolcano will Devastate Wide Area


  • Next Move Is Bush's in Reform of Investing System


  • Despite decades of atheist communist education, Chinese people are reverting to superstition and traditional practices like never before


  • Russian PM and World Bank head discuss collaboration


  • As Russian Defense Minister Sergei Ivanov visits India from January 19-21 to finalize the US$1.5 billion sale of the Admiral Gorshkov aircraft carrier, Russia's arms exporters are feeling increasingly confident in the Asian market for armaments - and with good reason


  • India signs deal with Russia for purchase of Gorshkov


  • A devilish thought is forming in the back of the American mind: which is better, to have Iraqis shooting at American soldiers, or at each other?


  • "We have proven that Palestinians and Israelis can cooperate with one another with mutual respect and trust," it said. "We hereby declare that our peoples can and deserve to live together in peace and friendship."


  • A devilish thought is forming in the back of the American mind: which is better, to have Iraqis shooting at American soldiers, or at each other?


  • Oil producers must look at Asia, instead of US


  • Although the facts of the Bush family/Nazi Germany connection have been whirling around in cyberspace for years, veteran journalist John Buchanan was among the first to confirm the story in print. Now he’s running against George W. in the New Hampshire Republican primary


  • Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has revealed that opposition Labour party leader Shimon Peres held a secret meeting with Palestinian PM Ahmad Quraya last week


  • U.S. security agents have a master list of five million people worldwide thought to be potential terrorists or criminals, officials say. "The U.S. lookout index contains some five million names of known terrorists and other persons representing a potential problem


  • Norwegian ambassador's house bugged-The Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon knew all the details of a secret meeting at home of Mona Juul, the Norwegian ambassador in Israel


  • Israeli army changes account of Hizbollah attack


  • Crypto plan to anonymise P2P, thwart RIAA


  • ''O'Neill's book forces Bush to lie…again''


  • The euro had its biggest advance against the dollar in two months after European finance ministers and central bankers signaled they aren't close to selling euros to stop the currency's appreciation


  • Bush Wants Increase in Domestic Security Spending


  • A potential "20th hijacker" was prevented from entering the country weeks before the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks by an alert border inspector at Orlando International Airport, according to federal investigators


  • Monsanto employees and government regulatory agencies employees are the same people!


  • Organizing The Military-Support Our Troops remains the favorite cliché to haul out during every war to silence dissent. A review of the facts, however, exposes the expression for the bankrupt rhetoric that it is


  • Once again, Monsanto is using its political and financial clout to deprive consumers of their right to have dairy products labeled as rbgh-free


  • Georgia will not allow US military bases on its territory, newly elected Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili announced at a press conference today


  • Bagle/Beagle computer virus unleashed Computer users are being warned about a new virus which has spread at "an alarming rate"


  • Ethiopian GenocideThe United States, which gave Ethiopia $32 million in foreign aid last year, is investigating the massacre, in which eyewitnesses say uniformed Ethiopian soldiers were aided in the murder of more than 400 members of the Anuak tribe


  • Al-Qaeda has published a terrorist manual online in its latest call to arms for recruits who have gone unnoticed by security agencies


  • THE AMERICAN SPECTATOR "The MIA Cover-Up"


  • Four of the largest U.S. banks, led by Citigroup Inc., on Tuesday posted higher fourth-quarter profits, helped by consumer banking as the economy grew


  • Pro-Putin party won’t change Constitution





  • Monday, January 19, 2004

    thi3rdeye 

  • The Bush Crime Photo Gallery of Wounded Troops from Iraq & Afghanistan


  • American dream '04: Living in a car Textbook depicts abandoned vehicle as typical home in U.S. city


  • One year after trumpeting WMD threat, the world tunes in for explanation of inconsistencies


  • UNSEEN AND UNHEARD: THE GEORGE BUSH ONGOING ASSAULT ON WOMEN!


  • In a stunning and belated development concerning the attacks of 9/11 Larry Silverstein, the controller of the destroyed WTC complex, stated plainly in a PBS documentary that he and the FDNY decided jointly to demolish the Solomon Bros. building, or WTC 7, late in the afternoon of Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001


  • A senior Coalition Provisional Authority official today announced an $18 billion jobs and reconstruction program for Iraq that aims to create 50,000 jobs by the June 30 handover of sovereignty


  • Zogby Tracking Poll


  • A federal appeals judge used unusually harsh language to blast the Bush administration's immigration judges


  • U.S. Actions Toward Cuba Worry Envoy


  • High standards are the norm in this Chinese school. But can students think creatively?


  • Consistency is the goal in New York City's efforts to improve its schools. But learning to work from one central playbook is not easy for its teachers


  • World Social Forum 2004


  • GCHQ worker Katharine Gun faces jail for exposing American corruption in the run-up to war on Saddam. Now her celebrity supporters insist it is Bush and Blair who should be in the dock


  • Cheney and Mandela: Reconciling The Truth about Cheney's Vote


  • The Use and Abuse of Martin Luther King Jr. by Israel's Apologists


  • The good-paying jobs have gone bye-bye, get used to it


  • Not-So-Special Counsel


  • Scalia-Cheney Trip Raises Eyebrows


  • Bush-Lies - This blog attempts to track and document the unfathomable dishonesty of the current Occupant of the White House and his minions


  • Controversy is growing in Colombia over the government's decision to go ahead with the commercial cultivation of genetically modified (GM) cotton


  • Roy Disney rallies the faithful at Disneyana convention


  • U.S. Journalist Quits Pentagon Iraqi Media Project Calling it U.S. Propaganda-The U.S. has awarded a $96 million contract to a U.S. producer of communications equipment, Harris Corp., to create a U.S.-funded national media network in Iraq


  • Patriotic sentiment is a compound of many elements, and love of country is as complex and as hesitant as any other kind of love, argues Richard Sennett


  • Investing in the Future, and Mortgaging It


  • This is a "best available" listing of US forces deployed to the Central Command AOR for Southwest Asia and for US forces deployed to European Command's locations in Turkey, Romania and Bulgaria. It does not include forces deployed exclusively for operations in Central Asia though it may at times list units that are involved in both Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom


  • The so-called "Green Zone" is the heavily guarded area of closed-off streets in central Baghdad where US occupation authorities live and work


  • The World at War-Current Conflicts-The United Nations defines "major wars" as military conflicts inflicting 1,000 battlefield deaths per year. In 1965, there were 10 major wars under way


  • The Aspartame Epidemic


  • 4 illegal aliens gang-rape woman in NYC
    Victim: They attacked like 'pack of wild wolves in search of their prey'


  • Computer giant IBM is to hire 15,000 new employees in key areas such as software development, it has announced-But not in the U.S.


  • BUSH VS. HITLER, PART II


  • The ‘Big Blue’ announced over the weekend that it will hire 15,000 new employees -- 4,500 of them from within the US. The bulk of the remaining jobs will go to India and China


  • Tancredo wants ban on services to illegals He proposes a state constitutional amendment


  • With the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's announcement last week of an investigation into the sales practices of 20 brokerages and fund companies, a light went on as to how retirement plans are being routinely overcharged


  • A group of schoolchildren have been kicked out of the White House for praying for the President


  • FORT WORTH - Undocumented immigrants will get unprecedented access to the county's charitable health care system, which could cost Tarrant County taxpayers millions of dollars, JPS Health Network trustees decided Thursday


  • Political Puzzle


  • Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Sunday that the world was turning into a giant village in which every moving part affected the other


  • A Dishonest War By Edward M. Kennedy


  • F*** CBS! CBS Cuts MoveOn, Allows White House Ads During Super Bowl


  • US officials have said that their military presence in Georgia will now become permanent


  • Japan Air System said it had cancelled 120 domestic flights affecting 7,000 passengers on Monday after discovering cracks in US-made engine parts from at least seven McDonnell Douglas aircraft


  • HOW YOUR MOBILE COULD BE SPYING ON YOU


  • Israeli warplanes violated Lebanese airspace on Monday, causing supersonic bangs over southern and eastern cities, police and AFP correspondents said


  • Monopoly of Helium 3 Isotope is Secret Agenda Behind Moon Mission


  • Sex is the best workout, say experts


  • ISRAEL EXPLORES NANOTECHNOLOGY FOR MILITARY


  • Paying for Post-9/11 Paranoia


  • America as a One-Party State


  • Movie on Armenians Rekindles Flame Over Turkish Past-"Ararat"


  • At Sundance, Plenty of Films, but Also a Sense of the Subdued


  • Bush - We want 'healthy marriages'


  • Critics want Israel to admit, abolish its nuclear program


  • U.S. eyes space as possible battleground


  • NASA Is Not Altering Mars Colors


  • Crude Oil Rises in New York as U.S. Faces Colder Weather


  • Japan's pacifist constitution will today face the biggest threat in its 60-year history when MPs discuss legislation paving the way for the country to play its biggest role in overseas military operations since the second world war





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