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New Bill Could Make Bush President For Life

A House bill has been introduced that would change the 22nd amendment and enable George Bush to remain President for the rest of his political life. The bill would repeal limitations on a President holding office for a maximum of two terms.

>> New Iraq Memos Released

>> Proof is in the memo: Soldiers died for a lie

>> Downing Street Memo: CNN Turns Facts Into Fiction

>> Mother of dead soldier vilifies Bush over war

>> 19 Killed in Blast Outside Kirkuk Bank

>> U.S. deaths in Iraq reach 1,700

>> Schools defend polling 6th-graders on oral sex

>> Bush fete with porn star to raise $23 mil for GOP

>> NeoCon Global Government

>> The Cover-Up Begins to Unravel: Mad Cow USA

>> Are Ordinary Americans Guilty?

Sparkman And The Blinkster


>> Pledge starts in protest at UK ID card scheme

>> Pledge Now, Oppose The ID Card

>> Russia, US blocked NATO call for probe into Uzbek massacre: report

>> T-Shirt Brought Police Visit Amidst G8 Clampdown

>> Police Officer Quits After Taser Shock

>> High court rejects enemy combatant appeal

>> Military draft back on US agenda


>> Israeli plane enters Lebanese airspace

>> 5,000 British troops bound for Afghanistan

>> US acts over Israeli arms sales to China


>> IBM expands efforts to promote RFID

>> UK: Tesco RFID plan held up by regulations

>> Big Brother Is Watching Your Email

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US expected to abandon Biometric passport plan

Rules requiring Irish citizens to carry high-tech passports when visiting the US are to be dropped because the technology behind the scheme is seen as unreliable.

9/11: Ten Smoking Guns

The top ten smoking guns to prove without a doubt government foreknowledge and complicity.

Truth or consequences.

>> Remember Alberto

>> D.R.A.F.T.

>> Pain Man

Japan's lower house agrees to let defense chief order missile intercept

Japan's lower house agreed Tuesday to let the defense chief order the interception of a missile without prior cabinet permission, amid concern about the officially pacifist nation's response time in a crisis.

Former Bush Admin Economist Says Official Story of WTC Collapse 'Bogus'
Former chief economist for the Department of Labor during President George W. Bush's first term Morgan Reynolds comments that the official story about the collapse of the WTC is "bogus" and that it is more likely that a controlled demolition destroyed the Twin Towers and adjacent Building No. 7.
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