Archive for May 14th, 2006

May 14 2006

Why Not Help Al Qaeda Plan Attacks

Some people are so enamored with publicity they would do anything to get their mugs in front of a camera or their words in international news.  Are they so obsessed with the attention they would not think twice (which means ‘not think at all’) about giving hints and ideas to America’s enemies?  Well look at […]

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May 14 2006

UGO- Armitage On Libby Defense Witness List

Oh boy! Richard Armitage – the person suspected to be the initial leaker of Plame’s name, CIA position and role in Joe Wilson’s trip – is listed numero uno on Team Libby’s list of witnesses in their latest court filing! So far, the defense has identified by name the following current and former government officials […]

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May 14 2006

WaPo Conceals McCarthy’s Rogue Buddies

In the Washington Post article I discussed in this previous post, the one where the independent minded, maverick Mary McCarthy all of sudden decided not to alert Congress to problems but instead anonymously (thus losing the clout of her position) tell the media, the WaPo relied on anonymous friends to vouch for her strange behavior. […]

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May 14 2006

The Council Has Spoken!

This weeks’ selections fromt he Watcher’s Council are out and here are the results. In the council catgeory first place went to White House Rules by Done With Mirrors, with second place going to CDS — Christianity Derangement Syndrome by Dr. Sanity. In the non-council category the first place went to Republicans and the Flight of […]

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May 14 2006

Newt Gringrich – Idiot

Newt Gringrich just started his interview on Meet The Press by asying (a) everything the NSA has done to date is legal [good], and (b) Bush failed to tell the American people in advance what he was doing [dumb as a rock]. Earth to Newt, the reason we don’t explain the details of what we […]

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May 14 2006

Do We Want To Stop A Terrorist Attack Or Not?

The Baltimore Sun has a story out today which confirms what I have been posting for months regarding the NSA’s Terrorist Surveillance Program and what changed in the NSA mission post 9-11. My first point was that prior to 9-11, if the NSA was listening in on a Al Qaeda switchboard in Yemen, and if […]

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