Archive for December 4th, 2005

Dec 04 2005

Plame II, The Second Coming

The CIA leaked another under cover agent’s name to the Washington Post’s Dana Priest. Time to investigate the Post’s Dana Priest and the ex-CIA agents (VIPS?) who have risked the lives of this agent and her sources. From Tom Maguire: Quick, subpoena Dana Priest of the WaPo – someone with a political axe to grind […]

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Dec 04 2005

Neverland As Never Before

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UPDATES – at end – scroll down A dear friend of mine dropped by this last fall to catch up after many years. We had worked together six years prior on an Italian program that required long negotiations and meetings in the UK and Rome. We were a team of three between us two and […]

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Dec 04 2005

Zarqawi Winning The War For Us

I predicted Zarqawi would win the Iraq war for us through his brutality long before it became evident he had made a mistake in his bombings. The man is a bloody nightmare, and now it is more and more clear Islam is not ready for his version of the future: Amid the continuing bloodshed in […]

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Dec 04 2005

Able Danger on MTP

I was listening to Keane and Hamilton of the 9-11 Omission on MTP. Besides their tendency to hype (like there will be another 9-11 atack, so everyone needs to do what we told them to do) they discussed Able Danger. Hamilton did the majority of the response. Basically they said it was looked at and […]

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Dec 04 2005

Drug Resistant Bacteria Outbreak

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If you are dealing with health issues regarding an older member of your family you will want to know about an expanding outbreak of a drug resistant bacteria: According to one of the studies, a new, virulent and resistant strain of the bacteria Clostridium difficile broke out in eight US hospital centers between 2000 and […]

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Dec 04 2005

Adult Stem Cell Breakthrough

Embryonic Stem Cell Research is fool’s gold in comparison to Adult Stem Cell research. I am not a layman on the subject since I hold a BS in Biology. My reasons to be bullish on adult stem cells is based on the scientific facts and the challenges facing embryonic research. Simple combinatorial math demonstrates the […]

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Dec 04 2005

While New Orleans Burned, Blanco Fiddled

Blanco plotted with the Senate Democrats to win partisan points. My posts on Katrina have consistently pointed out that Governor Blanco, who is the lead in emergency response and relief efforts for Louisiana, was a unmitigated disaster. She and Mayor Nagin delayed evacuation prior to Katrina’s landfall, and then delayed evacuation and the infusion of […]

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