11 November 2006

US vetoes Beit Hanoun resolution

10 November 2006

Mubarak warns against Saddam's execution

09 November 2006

Sen. Reid Backs Lieberman for Homeland Security Chairmanship

Did an angel appear over the State Fair?

'Aliens could attack at any time' warns former MoD chief

Rangel's itching to evict Cheney

Mariners report new island in South Pacific

Bush administration’s Trojan Horse gift to America and the Democrats: Former CIA Director and Iran-Contra insider Robert Gates

Mehlman to step down from RNC post

R.I. senator may leave Republican Party

John Bolton likely out as UN ambassador


"Jesus Camp" to be shut down

Shut for the Wrong reasons...

08 November 2006

Iran: Execute Saddam

07 November 2006

Ortega Appears to Win Nicaragua Election

July 17, 1992 - Earth Orbit, GEOS-8 Satellite, Space

06 November 2006

Fired Evangelist Slams Gays in New Movie

The Rev. Ted Haggard has been fired amid allegations of gay sex and drug use, but the evangelical leader can still be seen at the height of his powers _ preaching to thousands and condemning homosexuality _ in the documentary "Jesus Camp."

Gov. Rick Perry said that non-Christians will be condemned to hell.

Rove attacks GOP gubernatorial candidate in Florida for blowing off Bush today

JFK Secret Service Stand-Down Caught on Film

around 1:30 in


Every Inch Of Iraq Will Be Covered With US Bodies If Hussein Hangs” Say Baathists

Blair outlines ID card plan for UK

05 November 2006

FLUORIDE HEALTH EFFECTS DATABASE:

Human Skull on Mars?

Haggard connects with Bush each week


1/4 the way down.




Pastor Ted, who talks to President George W. Bush or his advisers every Monday, is a handsome forty-eight-year-old Indianan, most comfortable in denim. He likes to say that his only disagreement with the President is automotive; Bush drives a Ford pickup, whereas Pastor Ted loves his Chevy.

Remote Viewers Predicted 9/11 Style Attack Against Washington

Saddam Hussein to be hanged

Japanese researchers find dolphin with 'remains of legs'

TOKYO (AP) - Japanese researchers said Sunday a bottlenose dolphin captured last month has an extra set of fins that could be the remains of back legs, providing further evidence ocean-dwelling mammals once lived on land
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