Archive for April 11th, 2006

Apr 11 2006

To Destroy Or Not To Destroy

That is the question: • The IAEA found Iran had probably carried out test enrichments of uranium with its centrifuges long before this. • A claim of 3.5% enrichment is not much of an achievement if true. • There is no clear evidence that Iran has brought the limited 164 centrifuge chain at Natanz on-line […]

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Apr 11 2006

GOP Surrenders On Felony Immigration

The GOP has seen the writing on the wall, and it says don’t listen to the nutcases like Michael Savage: The two top Republicans in Congress, confronted with internal party divisions as well as large public demonstrations, said Tuesday they intend to pass immigration legislation that does not subject illegal aliens to prosecution as felons. […]

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Apr 11 2006

Fitz-Magoo Stumbles Again!

Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald-Magoo continues to fumble, bumble, stumble… The federal prosecutor overseeing the indictment of Vice President Cheney’s former chief of staff, I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby, yesterday corrected an assertion in an earlier court filing that Libby had misrepresented the significance placed by the CIA on allegations that Iraq attempted to buy uranium from […]

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Apr 11 2006

In Case Folks Were Wondering…

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This weekend blogging has been light due to a spring break trip to West Virginia, but the last couple of weeks things have slowed down because of some new work which should take me through to retirement.  So, in case anyone was wondering what has pulled me from blogging a bit, this is it: Exploration […]

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Apr 11 2006

Another Conservative Buckles

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Want to know why politicians never solve problems. Come election time they run away from the tough positions because they are so afraid of not getting votes. Today Newt Gingrich lost all credibility when he too decided the big problems are too hard: Newt Gingrich, the former Republican Speaker of the House, told students and […]

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Apr 11 2006

JFK Must Have Been A Traitor!

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When President Bush declassified information regarding Iraq’s threat to the US he was following in the footsteps of John F Kennedy, who took us to the brink of a nuclear war over some missile sites being built in Castro’s Cuba in the early 1960′s. But some leftwing folks with grasping for an election year sound […]

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