Archive for May 25th, 2007

May 25 2007

Immigration Bill Rolls On

The Immigration Bill is rolling ahead in the Senate. By a vote of 66-29, senators rejected an amendment by Republican Party legislator David Vitter to eliminate a provision that offers legal status to most of the 12 million illegal immigrants living in the United States. … The Senate also narrowly rejected a proposal by Republican […]

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May 25 2007

Fake Heroes

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I am not sure which is worse? Pretending to support the troops with a Surrender Plan which makes all their sacrifices useless or pretending to be a war hero when you no such thing. And people wonder why most Americans think this country is off its rails?

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May 25 2007

The Untold Stories Of Success In Iraq

Efforts proceed at pace in Diyala to reconcile differences between Shia and Sunni tribes and forge an alliance to rid the area of al Qaeda: Approximately 45 local sheiks met with Diyala provincial leadership in Baqouba, Iraq, to discuss their tribe’s concerns, reconcile grievances and discover solutions to rid terrorism from the province, May 23. […]

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May 25 2007

Surrendercrat Credibility Problems

The Democrat who are pandering to the anti-war base in the face of their all out surrender on the Iraq war funding are stretching credulity again with a promise that they have just begun to fight: Democrats may have lost the first round with President Bush on ending the war in Iraq since taking over […]

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May 25 2007

Middle East Fed Up With Al Qaeda

al Qaeda clearly brings nothing but bloodshed, killing, heart ache and – worst of all – defeat. The Middle East is slowly realizing that for all their brave talke al Qaeda’s efforts results in massive muslim deaths – more often than not at the hand of al Qaeda themselves. al Qaeda seems to think mass […]

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May 25 2007

Litvinenko Update

Major Update:: It seems that the investigation into the Litvinenko case is not shut down and the Lugovoi angle is not the only scenarion being investigated: A source close to the investigation said Wednesday that a version involving Leonid Nevzlin, a core shareholder of bankrupt oil company Yukos, in the death of the former secret […]

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