Monday, November 10, 2008 20:44
Ready To “Rule” According to Transition Team Leader Valerie Jarrett, Co-Chair of the Obama transition team,
appeared on Meet the Press this weekend and used the phrase in describing
the working model for the transition between the Bush administration
and the new Obama regime.
presses Denver to investigate events surrounding DNC arrests
The American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado is renewing a call to
the City and County of Denver’s Independent Monitor Richard Rosenthal
to investigate events surrounding the actions of metro Denver police
and possible agents provocateurs at a demonstration on the opening night
of the Democratic National Convention.
Website Scrubs Mandatory Community Service Call Following a controversy over language
that appeared on Barack Obama’s official website suggesting that
Americans would be mandated to complete up to 100 hours of community
service as part of a national service program, the original text has
been memory-holed and replaced with a more sanitized version.
to Grant AIG New, Larger Bailout
The federal government today announced an expanded effort to bail out
American International Group, including a partial government takeover
of the company, as the troubled insurance giant disclosed massive losses
over the past three months.
are the Architects of Economic Collapse? The October 2008 financial meltdown is not the
result of a cyclical economic phenomenon. It is the deliberate result
of US government policy instrumented through the Treasury and the US
Federal Reserve Board.
seek to censor the media Britain’s security agencies and police
would be given unprecedented and legally binding powers to ban the media
from reporting matters of national security, under proposals being discussed
Push For Prosecution of Bush I've previously argued that - now that Obama
has been elected - there is no excuse not to try Bush, Cheney and the
gang for war crimes committed in Iraq, war crimes committed with torture,
and crimes involving spying on Americans and 9/11.
military conducts a dozen secret strikes in four years: report
US special forces have conducted about a dozen secret operations against
Al-Qaeda and other Islamic militants in Pakistan, Syria and other countries
under broad war-waging authority given them by the administration of
President George W. Bush, The New York Times reported on its website.