13 May 2006
A Cleveland woman, manhandled by police and charged with two felonies
for trying to display anti-Bush posters, was jailed in a Cuyahoga
County psych unit last week in what her attorney called a "highly
unusual and outrageous" decision.
Fox News' Gibson: "Make more babies" because in "[t]wenty-five years ... the majority of the population is Hispanic"
Summary: On The Big Story, John Gibson urged viewers to "[d]o your duty. Make more babies," because he had found out, from a recently released report, that nearly half of all children under the age of five in the United States are minorities. Gibson added: "You know what that means? Twenty-five years and the majority of the population is Hispanic." Gibson later repeated: "To put it bluntly, we need more babies."
DEAR Father Leahy,
I am writing to resign my post as an adjunct professor of English at Boston College.
12 May 2006
11 May 2006
"I don't know enough about the details except that I am willing to find out because I'm not sure why it would be necessary to keep and have that kind of information," said House Majority Leader John Boehner, R-Ohio.
By Khalid Hasan
Daily Times - Pakistan
WASHINGTON -- Israel will strike Iran's nuclear facilities in the
next "month or two or three," an Israeli official has been quoted
here as saying.
MOSCOW — President Vladimir V. Putin, in a blunt response to U.S. criticism of his domestic and foreign policies, declared Wednesday that Russia would boost its military strength to ensure its ability to resist foreign pressure.
10 May 2006
WASHINGTON - Secret Service records made public Wednesday show that convicted lobbyist Jack Abramoff went to the White House twice in the past five years, omitting three other occasions that have been acknowledged by the Bush administration.
NEW YORK -- Former National Security Agency director Bobby Ray Inman
lashed out at the Bush administration Monday night over its continued
use of warrantless domestic wiretaps, making him one of the highest-
ranking former intelligence officials to criticize the program in
public, analysts say.
The Washington Editor of Harper's magazine, Ken Silverstein,
continues to allege that six members current and former members of
Congress attended parties sponsored by Brent Wilkes, the man named as
an unindicted conspirator in the case of Rep. Duke Cunningham, who
was sentenced to eight years in jail for accepting bribes.
09 May 2006
LAS VEGAS - A non-nuclear explosion expected to generate a mushroom cloud over the Nevada desert will be postponed at least three weeks, while a federal court reviews plans for the blast, test officials said Tuesday.
Jared didn’t know there was a war raging in Iraq until his parents told him last fall — shortly after a military recruiter stopped him outside a Portland strip mall and complimented his black Converse All-Stars.
08 May 2006
CBS/AP) Two London papers have speculated this weekend that complaints by President George W. Bush forced a British minister from his post because of his opposition to the use of nuclear force against Iran.
07 May 2006
Remember the Deep Impact comet Temple 1 last year.
This was done to see if we could change the trajectory of an incoming asteriod. It failed and in retrospect created a worst situation via an immense cloud of debris which we may have to contend with in the future.
NASA FAILED AND ALSO LIED ON THAT ONE.
Now we have an incoming swarm of comet fragments which originated from a 18 mile Diameter Object. It supposedly broken up into 20, then 40 now 60 pieces. The chances that some of these objects may a 1/2 mile or so in diameter is very high.
Landay: "...the Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution specifies that you must have probable cause to violate an American's right against unreasonable searches and seizures..."
Gen. Hayden: "No, actually - the Fourth Amendment actually protects all of us against unreasonable search and seizure."
Landay: "But the --"
Gen. Hayden: "That's what it says."
I think that the new CIA Director is not up to date on his "Constitution"...
Five airline passengers speaking in foreign languages and carrying "aircraft flight materials" were briefly detained Saturday until authorities determined they were simply returning to their home countries after attending a U.S. helicopter training school.
Unprecedented attack by Chancellor, calling on PM to 'set down' timetable for exit. Secret letter leaked to 'IoS' reveals plan by rebel Labour MPs to 'ambush' leader
This may be important--
--you may want to take the time to read & understand & see for yourself in the simulation.
I earlier had not been too wowed by the data coming out.
NOW-- however there appears to be an interesting turn of events with the breakup of "B".
A potential for lack of cohesiveness of the tail--
--as it would've/ should've taken the solid antipode
He says he spent two years looking for photographic evidence of alien spacecraft and advanced power technology.
America now wants to put him on trial, and if tried there he could face 60 years behind bars.