Saturday, December 25, 2004


The Devil's Christmas by Justin Raimondo
We celebrate the Prince of Peace in the shadow of war.

Hip-Hop and the 9/11 Truth Movement
No element of the entertainment industry responded to the mass murders of 9/11 with an inquisitive mind and bold presence – except hip-hop. Because of this, Davey D’s web site has been a significant, though unofficial, ally of the 9/11 Truth Movement, publishing articles directly related to 911 Activism.

Americans ceding too much freedom
The United States is sliding down the slippery slope to becoming the 21st century equivalent of 1930s Germany and the USSR with Bush in the Hitler/Stalin role, all in the name of the Patriot Act.

Anyone claiming to be a follower of Jesus Christ has a very high standard to live up to. Christians are supposed to love everyone, their enemies included, without exception
If love of money is the root of all evil, why are churches lining up to get more of it from the government?

PHOTOS Show George W. Bush Seriously Ill Physically
George W. Bush apparently is wearing a medical device for "persons at risk of cardiac arrest." It is a LifeVest wearable defibrillator. He started using it sometime after his January 2002 fainting spell, which was attributed to choking.

It was again Thomas Jefferson who said, "The strongest reason for people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themsleves against tyranny in government."
"The beauty of the second amendment is that it will not be needed until they try to take it." --Thomas Jefferson.


Thursday, December 23, 2004

Counter-Inaugural Demonstration January 20, 2005 Washington DC 

On January 20th, 2005, we're calling for a new kind of action. The Bush administration has been successful at keeping protesters away from major events in the last few years by closing off areas around events and using questionable legal strategies to outlaw public dissent...

CounterInaugural and the ReDefeatBush CounterInaugural Ball on 1/20/05

Counter-Inaugural Demonstration January 20, 2005 Washington DC

Kerry to Enter Ohio Recount Fray By William Rivers Pitt
2004 Democratic Presidential candidate John Kerry will file today, in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio, papers in support of the Green Party/Libertarian Party recount effort.

Homeless Veterans: Soldiers Go From Fighting in Iraq to Fighting A New War At Home...
Homeless Veterans.

Sex scandal in Congo threatens to engulf UN's peacekeepers
HOME-MADE pornographic videos shot by a United Nations logistics expert in the Democratic Republic of Congo have sparked a sex scandal

In Ohio, almost 1 in 50 votes for president don't count
Nearly 97,000 ballots, or 1.7 percent of those cast across the state, either did not record a preference for president or could not be counted because the voter selected more than one presidential candidate.

Rethinking John Lennon's Assassination.

9/11 - WHO DID THIS?

Us To Deploy New Missiles In S.Korea To Destroy WMD In N.Korea.

How to kill yourself like a man

Wednesday, December 22, 2004

United States of Confusion 

Military Personnel Wounded in Iraq & Afghanistan: A Photo Gallery
warning: 2 of the photos are graphic.

Drive To Stop Bush's 'Pinochet Plan' To Loot Social Security
In fact, the fascist "Pinochet model" is being pushed not just by the "economic summit" of Cheney and Bush, but globally.

Bush Social Security Plan Worries GOP
Ryan concedes there's risk in reshaping Social Security, whose recipients include 32 million retired workers and dependents who don't want their benefits cut.

How to hide 14 million secrets
The satellite flap is just another example of the silliness of the capital's obsession with trying to hide information that is already in the public domain or ought to be.

Alex Jones' Rebuttal To Allegations Made By Michael Ruppert Concerning Gary Webb's Death
An article written by Michael Ruppert concerning the funeral of Gary Webb contained a number of allegations directed towards Alex Jones. Here is our response to those allegations.

The year of living extravagantly
This was the year that Americans reasserted their traditional values.

Tuesday, December 21, 2004

Social Security isn't broke - Bush is lying! 

Most economists are irritated at the palpable nonsense being circulated about Social Security
Start with a basic fact - it is not broken and does not need fixing.

December 27... Expect "something big"... This is it, folks - Paul Wofowitz will authorise the detonation of a nuclear payload in the Houston area on December 27, 2004
"Something Big"... This Is It, Folks.
Another 9-11 Warning from German Intelligence?

Bush - He shouldn't be on the cover of TIME, he should be doing TIME
Time magazines' person of the year is someone that has 'grabbed international attention' or had an 'impact' the world scene...- for the better or for the worse.

Just Like Hitler: Time Selects Bush for "Man of the Year"
Just as Hitler was Time's Person of the year in 1938, Bush is Time's pick this year. After all, he is bringing in an almost identical system of oppression and tyranny.

TIME Magazine has a History of Fascist on the Cover of their Magazine!
Luce was an enthusiastic promoter of fascism during th 1920s and 1930s. Time ran five cover stories on Benito Mussolini, and in a speech given to the Scranton, Pennsylvania Chamber of Congress on April 19, 1934, Luce said: "The moral force of Fascism, appearing in totally different forms in different nations, may be the inspiration for the next general march of mankind."

President Bush is setting out to convince the nation that the danger is imminent and can be addressed only with bold action. Sound familiar?
The White House is deploying the strategy it used to sell the war in Iraq to sell its plan for partial privatization of the Social Security system.

Report: U.S. Rentals Unaffordable to Poor
Most Americans who rely on just a full-time job earning the federal minimum wage cannot afford the rent and utilities on a one- or two-bedroom apartment, an advocacy group on low-income housing reported Monday.

The government has spent about $130 billion on the program and is slated to invest $50 billion more over the next five years. Yet the only tests that have succeeded were rigged; the missiles being intercepted were equipped with homing devices, something a real attacker probably wouldn't be considerate enough to include. The most recent test before Wednesday's, on Dec. 11, 2002, failed when a warhead didn't detach from its booster rocket.
Ill-Starred 'Star Wars' Tests.

Wool-Worth Building Bombed on 911!
"Can you send somebody over to the Woolworth Building to check the roof?" a Port Authority police officer asked. "There's a possible ... they said it was ... we just had a second explosion, possibly a missile from the roof of the Woolworth Building."

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