Archive for September 14th, 2005

Sep 14 2005

Able Danger, 9-11 Omission of Denial, 09/14/05

The 9-11 Commission has made a very strange move one week out from Senate hearings on Able Danger: they claim Able Danger cannot back its claim of identifying four of the 9-11 highjackers and trying to alert the FBI of the presence of Al Qaeda in the US in the summer of 2000. Like they […]

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Sep 14 2005

Roberts Defends Personal Property

The soon-to-be Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court, John Roberts, just sealed his case with the American people: he is defending the right to personal property: Chief Justice nominee John Roberts said Wednesday that Congress has the right to counter Supreme Court rulings including a divisive decision giving cities broad power to seize and […]

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Sep 14 2005

Pledging Allegiance Is Unconstitutional?

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Are the liberal judges trying to make Roberts look good? Are they trying to show how far over the edge the democrat party is being pulled by the liberal dead-enders? What else explains this incredibly dumb decision out today: Reciting the Pledge of Allegiance in public schools was ruled unconstitutional Wednesday by a federal judge […]

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Sep 14 2005

Media & Critics Save Victims Of Katrina

This is one of the best pieces slamming the media know-it-alls and their tiresome nagging. [Hat Tip to Real Clear Politics] The “critics” obviously could have done it better, so the new emergency management czar would be Ted Koppel, the ABC News “Nightline” anchor. His questioning of FEMA director Michael Brown indicated that Koppel believed […]

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Sep 14 2005

Fly By 09/14/05

There was one miracle rescue in New Orleans today when a man who had starved for 16 days was finally rescued. Score one for the rescuers. President Bush took responsibility for the Federal response to Katrina yesterday, which means he will get the credit for all that went wrong and all that went right. The […]

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