Thursday, September 11, 2008 20:05
Bush Administration's "Criminal Neglect" Allowed 9/11 Attacks
To Occur MSNBC host Keith Olbermann perhaps went
further than ever before last night in his special comment about the
9/11 anniversary, slamming the Bush administration for their "criminal
neglect" in allowing the attacks to occur and identifying the continued
exploitation of 9/11 "sociological pornography" as the only
reason that Bush hasn't been impeached.
Iranians Are ‘Assholes’ While serving as CentCom commander between March
2007 and March 2008, Adm. William Fallon consistently pressed the Bush
administration for more engagement with Iran and criticized the calls
for another war.
Seek truth, not 'fake political unity' Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) says he won't
cease his efforts to hold the president and his administration accountable
for their alleged abuses of power just because George W. Bush will be
returning to his Texas ranch come January.
'provoked Russia-Georgia war' Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov has accused
the United States of emboldening Georgia to start a war in the Caucasus
to test Russian resolve.
Jury decides that threat of global warming justifies breaking the law
The threat of global warming is so great that campaigners were justified
in causing more than £35,000 worth of damage to a coal-fired power
station, a jury decided yesterday. In a verdict that will have shocked
ministers and energy companies the jury at Maidstone Crown Court cleared
six Greenpeace activists of criminal damage.
Hillary a Better Pick Than Me
ABC News' Matthew Jaffe reports: Sen. Barack Obama's, D-Ill., vice presidential
nominee, Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del., Wednesday said that Sen. Hillary Clinton,
D-N.Y., might have been a better pick for the position than him.
Poll: Less Than Half Believe Al-Qaeda Behind 9/11 A new global poll conducted across 17
countries has found that less than half of those surveyed believe Al-Qaeda
was behind the 9/11 attacks, with a full 15 per cent believing that
the terrorist outrage was directly perpetrated by the U.S. government.
Temporary Respite from Permanent Decline Americans were alarmed last June as the price
of oil raced toward $150 per barrel. Today, as the price falls toward
$100, Americans feel relieved. They have forgotten that prior to the
Bush regime’s wars, the price of oil was $30 per barrel.
Paul urges Americans to vote for third-party candidates The U.S. Presidential campaign has taken a new
turn with the former candidate Ron Paul launching a crusade against
both John McCain and Barack Obama. At a news conference, Paul joined
three third-party candidates in presenting a united front to shift attention
away from the front runners.
tiny dots flicker - the great CERN adventure is on High on the wall above the consoles and computers
of the CERN control room, a blank projector screen brightened for an
instant. Two small spots of light flickered suddenly in the darkness,
so briefly that you could miss them by blinking.
Said to Give Orders Allowing Raids in Pakistan President Bush secretly approved orders in July
that for the first time allow American Special Operations forces to
carry out ground assaults inside Pakistan without the prior approval
of the Pakistani government, according to senior American officials.