Archive for July 25th, 2006

Jul 25 2006

Did The CIA Block NSA Leads To FISA?

Wild speculation alert. We have seen that the NSA-FISA story was a complete hash by the NY Times since the only thing the Times reported accurately was that the NSA listens in on terrorists communications overseas. The NY Times inaccurately claimed the NSA was going around FISA, when in fact it was the completely opposite […]

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Jul 25 2006

ACLU Loses Another NSA Case

As the bogus cases keep coming up against the NSA terrorist surveillance program, judges are typically throwing them out. Here is the second case to get the boot from the courts. More will follow. Stop the ACLU has more on this breaking news.

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Jul 25 2006

UN Knew Of Oil-For-Food Kickbacks In 2000

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The UN was made aware of the extortion efforts of Saddam Hussein in the OFF program back in 2000. The UN learned of Hussien’s illegal activity from

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Jul 25 2006

Liberal Lies And Slander

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I am stunned at the viscious stupidity on display by Jason Leopold and his allies at Raw Story and Think Progress. Seixon (aka George Gooding) is a very smart and dilligent moderate-conservative blogger who I have emailed with and discussed issues as we cross link to each other’s site. He is a good person who […]

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Jul 25 2006

EU, NATO & UN Impotence On Display

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The Democrats are in a world of hurt as we run up to the November elections because their silver bullet solution to all the challenges facing us in the world is getting seriously tarnished in the light of reality. We all remember John Kerry’s comments that we needed the broader world community’s support in getting […]

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Jul 25 2006

Save The Minutemen – From Themselves

As many know I am not an “enforcement only” type when it comes to dealing with our illegal immigration issues. But since enforcement is a cornerstone of the comprehensive three pronged strategy I support (the other two prongs being a guest worker program and stonger requirements on employers) I am obvioulsy behind the strengthening of […]

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Jul 25 2006

Palestinians Will End Conflict By Releasing Israeli

As I posted below, Hezbollah could end their suffering at any point by taking one more unilateral step: release their hostages. It seems the Palestinians in Gaza have come to their senses and are ready to end the fighting by taking the same unilateral action: All groups in Gaza, including Hamas, would now accept a […]

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Jul 25 2006

Specter Heading For Another Constitutional Failure

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One thing that makes me laugh at DC is all their bluster and feigned outrage when some powerful people don’t get their way. They descend to temper tamper, hand pounding, whining so fast it is a sight to see. The all-about-nothing issue of Bush’s signing statements are the same way. Congress has known from day […]

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Jul 25 2006

Immigrants Laying It 0n The Line For America

While we debate the fate of immigrants we need to not get wrapped around the exception or the minority. America has Jeffrey Dahmer, but he is the antithesis of America, not a representative example. So too on the immigration front. There are people who have committed much worse crimes than working for a living without […]

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Jul 25 2006

It Is Only Disproportionate Because Hezbollah Wants It

The Washington Post publishes a big liberal whine today about how the Israeli response to Hezbollah has been disproportionate. No where in Eugene Robinson’s opinion piece does he face the fact that the response could be ended just like it was started, through a unilateral action by Hezbollah. If Hezbollah wanted the pummeling to end […]

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