Tuesday, September 9, 2008 21:32
Is The Secret Killing Weapon In Iraq? Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Bob
Woodward revealed to Larry King last night that the U.S. has embarked
on a "secret killing program" in Iraq which has dramatically
reduced attacks on coalition troops by wiping out terrorists, but what
could this secret weapon possibly be?
Bomb "Terror Plot" Collapses In Court The much vaunted liquid bomb "terror
plot" that provoked paranoid airport security measures, an overnight
change in baggage procedures, and at one point led to mothers having
to drink their own breast milk, completely collapsed yesterday in court
after the alleged ringleader was completely acquitted and none of the
other suspects were charged with conspiracy to blow up an airliner.
on Terrorist Watch List Affect Kids WE’VE heard a lot about airline
passengers with common names — Michael Kirby, David Nelson —
who are routinely flagged at airports because their names match or resemble
one on the federal terrorist watch list.
minister pays homage to fascist troops Italy's defence minister yesterday paid tribute
to fascist soldiers who fought in Italy alongside German troops during
the second world war, inflaming a row prompted on Sunday when Rome's
mayor refused to condemn fascism as evil.
Anthrax Patsy Says Ivins "Didn't Kill Himself" A former colleague and friend of Bruce
Ivins, and the original suspect in the FBI's investigation into the
2001 anthrax attacks, has declared that Ivins did not kill himself and
was not behind the attack that killed five people shortly after 9/11.
Rumors That Become Conventional Wisdom CAIRO — Seven years later, it remains
conventional wisdom here that Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda could not
have been solely responsible for the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, and
that the United States and Israel had to have been involved in their
planning, if not their execution, too.
Inconvenient Youth Childhood indoctrination. It’s a dirty
word. Hitler did it. Stalin did it. It can never happen here in the
free world, now can it? Of course not.
Far From a Police State? Just how close is the United States to
becoming a police state? The events at the Republican National Convention,
where 800 arrests took place, can answer part of that question.
realignment: How Bush inspired a new world order The series of unfortunate and costly
decisions made during the two terms of the Bush administration, combined
with economic decline at home, might devastate the US’s world
standing much sooner than most analysts predict.
leader Kim collapsed last month North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il collapsed last
month, a news report said Tuesday, as foreign observers waited to see
whether the reclusive leader would appear at an anniversary parade later
in the day.