Thursday, October 9, 2008 20:25
NSA agents admit spying on Americans’ private calls When asked about President Bush’s statement that the intercepts
were directed only at known al-Qaeda suspects, Kinne stated, “That
is completely a lie.” She said that military officers, journalists,
and Red Cross workers were among the people whose calls she transcribed.
Sheeple Cheer Police Violation Of Free Speech Police kicked protester Benjamin Harms off Belmont
University campus this week before the presidential debate for the crime
of "trespassing" as hundreds of mindless Obama supporters
cheered the outright violation of free speech.
Fighters demands McCain stop using their music
Throughout the campaign season, Sen. John McCain’s presidential
campaign has continually drawn the ire of musicians by using their copyrighted
material without permission. Now yet another band is complaining.
Opens Up Four-Point Lead Barack Obama has opened up a four-point lead
in the race for the White House, buoyed by support from women and independent
voters, according to a Reuters poll.
Korea reported ready to fire more missiles North Korea has deployed more than 10 missiles
on its west coast for what appears to be an imminent launch, a South
Korean newspaper said on Thursday, two days after the North fired two
short-range missiles into the Yellow Sea.