Monday, December 22, 2008 20:39
& Biden To Protect Bush Administration Criminals
It’s par for the course for Obama and Biden, the men who promised
“change” but in every step of their preparations for assuming
office have pursued nothing but continuity, to acknowledge that they
will protect criminals in the Bush administration from prosecution for
authorizing torture, a complete violation of both the U.S. constitution
and the Geneva Conventions.
so-called consensus on global warming is melting
News reports from last week’s UN Climate Change Summit in Poland
told us global warming is “a ticking time bomb” bringing
“death and destruction” to the world. Others suggested Arctic
ice levels are at their lowest point ever and may disappear entirely
by 2015, CO2 levels are 10 per cent higher than what is safe and basic
survival will force polar bears to give up their tasty staple of seal
meat for “scrambled eggs” from the nests of snow geese.
convicted in plot to attack U.S. army base
Five men were convicted on Monday of conspiracy to kill U.S. soldiers
in a planned attack on an Army base in New Jersey that prosecutors
described as a bid to wage Islamist holy war against America.
Connell was warned not to fly before plane crash
WMR has learned from knowledgeable sources in Ohio that Republican
Party computer networking guru Mike Connell was warned not to fly
in anonymous warnings conveyed to principals in the ongoing federal
civil lawsuit of King Lincoln Bronzeville Neighborhood Association
v. Blackwell, stemming from GOP-engineered vote fraud in the 2004
Ohio presidential election.
“Absolutely” Wants To Be President
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger hasn’t said if he would pursue
another job in politics after his term ends in two years. But there’s
one position he might be interested in, if he were eligible for
U.S. drones kill 7 in Pakistan: agents
Suspected U.S. drones fired at least two missiles into Pakistan’s
South Waziristan region on the Afghan border on Monday, killing
seven people, intelligence agency officials and residents said.