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Page 44 of 6383
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News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Veteran's Iraq Message Outrages Army Recruiters
12-27-2005  •  New York Times 
As those thinking of becoming soldiers arrive on the doorstep of the Army recruiting station, they cannot miss the message posted right next door. "Remember the Fallen Heroes," and then it ticks off the number of American troops killed in I 
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News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Military Contractors Are Warned: Budget Cuts Coming for Weapons
12-27-2005  •  New York Times 
But one big question, analysts say, is whether the Pentagon and Congress have the desire, and will, to kill weapons programs where hundreds of billions of dollars - as well as the careers of powerful generals and admirals - are invested. 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  WAR: About that War
April Glaspie Revisited
12-27-2005  •  AntiWar.com Blog 
We better try these politicians before the global court system gets to set some more precedents of the authority of "international law" based on their crimes - precedents which would threaten the liberty of us all. 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Bush Administration
US Ambassador sparks another diplomatic incident over war claims
12-27-2005  •  The Independent 
The US ambassador in London has been forced into an embarrassing retreat after his embassy clarified comments he made denying that the US was involved in removing terrorist suspects to Syria. 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  World News
Turkey says no cooperation with US on attack against Iran and Syria
12-27-2005  •  Arabic News 
The DPP had claimed in the news that CIA director Goss, in return for Turkey's support, promised that Turkey would be allowed to hold raids against PKK camps in Iran, by letting Turkey know that the US offensive is to begin in a few hours on the 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Central Intelligence Agency
Geez, CIA, be covert!
12-27-2005  •  Chicago Tribune 
The trick is known to just about every small-time crook in the cellular age: If you don't want police to know where you are, take the battery out of your cell phone when you're not using it. Had that trick been taught at the CIA's traini 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Iraqi Election Results: Kurds win majority of the vote
12-27-2005  •  Agence France Presse 
The Kurdish alliance took the lead with over a third of the votes in Iraq's special elections involving expatriates, soldiers, hospitals and detainees, according to results announced by the electoral commission. 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Coalition News: Ukrain pulls out of Iraq
12-27-2005  •  Ukrainian News 
Ukrainian peacekeepers have marched 600 kilometers in three columns from Iraq to Kuwait and brought their hardware along. 
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News Link  •  Transportation
Device stops speeders from speeding
12-27-2005  •  CNN 
Transport Canada system uses a GPS device installed in the car to monitor the car's speed and position. If the car begins to significantly exceed the speed limit for the road on which it's travelling the car makes it harder to depress the gas 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Media: Television
Do it yourself broadcasting
12-27-2005  •  MediaChannel 
This season the San Francisco station KRON has embarked on a radical -- and some would say risky -- journalistic experiment. It supplies nearly everyone with hand-held digital video cameras and laptop computers to produce stories all by themselves. 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Criminal Justice System
Man Jailed for Over a Year Without Seeing Lawyer
12-27-2005  •  Associated Press 
Walter Mann was jailed for more than a year without ever seeing a lawyer as he waited for a repeatedly postponed court hearing, gaining release only after a cellmate told an attorney about the case. Released after 15 months - more than twice the time 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  World News
Chile's Pinochet loses appeal in leftist murder charges
12-27-2005  •  Reuters 
Chilean ex-dictator Augusto Pinochet lost a key appeal before the Supreme Court and must now face charges for the disappearance of leftists during his regime. 
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News Link  •  Space Travel and Exploration
Mar Rovers just keep going, and going, and going ....
12-27-2005  •  Space.com 
Each spacecraft was originally expected to last 90 days. On Nov. 21, Spirit completed one martian year--some two Earth years--on Mars. Opportunity, reached that same milestone Dec. 12. Both rovers found what they were sent to probe: signs of past wat 
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News Link  •  Immigration
The Constitution means whatever we decide it is convenient for it to mean
12-27-2005  •  Associated Press 
Some conservatives in Congress, as well as advocacy groups seeking to crack down on illegal immigration, say the 14th Amendment has been misapplied over the years, that it was never intended to grant citizenship automatically to babies of illegal imm 
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News Link  •  Police State
Chinese businesses challenge Boston's Blue Laws
12-27-2005  •  Boston Herald 
A renegade Chinese supermarket chain blew off Bay State blue laws and did a brisk business on Christmas " until Boston cops rolled up before noon to close the bustling Super 88 Market in the South Bay Center. 
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News Link  •  Politics: Republican Campaigns
Alabama Governor's Race Is Must-See Politics
12-27-2005  •  Associated Press 
A Republican incumbent who alienated his base with a proposal to raise taxes. A chief justice who lost his job over his Ten Commandments stand. A former governor under indictment. A lieutenant governor who helped her ex-husband run for governor. 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Criminal Justice System
Mobile phones to announce 'you've been indicted'
12-27-2005  •  Reuters 
South Koreans may look at their mobile phones with some trepidation in the new year because prosecutors will start telling people they have been indicted via text messages, an official said Monday. 
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News Link  •  Politics: Democratic Campaigns
Democrats singing same old (union) song
12-27-2005  •  Boston Globe 
The 9th straight year the minimum wage has remained frozen at $5.15 an hour. Democrats are preparing ballot initiatives in states across the country to boost turnout of Democratic-leaning voters in 2006. 
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News Link  •  Politics: Republican Campaigns
Is Trent Lott retiring?
12-27-2005  •  by Robert Novak (National Ledger) 
Trent Lott within the next week plans to decide between seeking a fourth term in the U.S. Senate from Mississippi or retiring from public life. That could determine whether Republicans keep control of the Senate in next year's elections. 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  TAXES: State
Food Tax Sends Tennessee Shoppers Out of State
12-26-2005  •  Associated Press 
When Julie Abel goes grocery shopping each week, she drives more than 25 miles to Georgia to avoid paying the nation's highest average tax on food: 8.4 percent in Tennessee. 
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News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Iraqi worshippers risk their lives to celebrate Christmas in church
12-26-2005  •  London Times 
Protected under Saddam, Christians once numbered 700,000 in Iraq, but church officials say half have now fled, especially from the south, where militias linked to Iraq’s ruling parties have waged a 3-year campaign to Islamise the country at gunpoint. 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Bloggers, Money Now Weapons in Information War
12-26-2005  •  Washigton Post 
Frustrated by the coverage they were receiving from the news media, the Marines invited Roggio, who writes a popular Web log about the military called "The Fourth Rail," to come cover the war from the front lines. 
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News Link  •  Domestic Policy
White House Aids Playboy Playmate in Court by Attacking Federalism
12-26-2005  •  Associated Press 
Playboy playmate Anna Nicole Smith has an unusual bedfellow in the Supreme Court fight over her late husband's fortune: the Bush administration. When may federal courts hear claims that involve state probate proceedings? Smith lost in Texas state 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Immigration
Courts Criticize Judges' Handling of Asylum Cases
12-26-2005  •  New York Times 
Federal appeals court judges around the nation have repeatedly excoriated immigration judges this year for what they call a pattern of biased and incoherent decisions in asylum cases. 
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News Link  •  Police State
Powell Supports Domestic Spy Program
12-26-2005  •  New York Times 
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell said that it would not have been "that hard" for President Bush to obtain warrants for eavesdropping on domestic telephone and Internet activity, but that he saw "nothing wrong" with the deci 
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News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Top US General says Iraqis want us out
12-26-2005  •  Herald Sun 
"Understandably, Iraqis themselves would prefer to have coalition forces leave their country as soon as possible," General Pace said on Fox News. "They don't want us to leave tomorrow, but they do want us to leave as soon as possib 
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News Link  •  Entertainment: Music
Mom Fights RIAA Downloading Suit on Her Own
12-26-2005  •  Associated Press 
The RIAA used an investigator to go online and search for copyrighted recordings whom found hundreds on her computer. There was a phone call from the industry's "settlement center," demanding about $7,500 "to keep me from being sue 
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News Link  •  Police State
Shooting protestors with video cameras is less expensive, but no fun
12-26-2005  •  Bay City News Service 
The city of Oakland has agreed to pay $210,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by a woman who was injured when police fired a bag of lead shot at her head at an anti-war demonstration two years ago, one of at least 58 people who were injured 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  WAR: About that War
The moderates are always the easiest to kill and the first to die
12-26-2005  •  The Australian 
The bound and bullet-riddled body of an Iraqi student leader has been found, a few days after he led a campus march alleging fraud in last week's election, a students' group said. 
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News Link  •  Central Intelligence Agency
Render unto Caesar
12-26-2005  •  Chicago Tribune 
The CIA spent "enormous amounts of money" in lavish hotels during the 6 weeks it took the agency to figure out how to grab 39-year-old Muslim preacher Abu Omar off the streets of Milan, throw him into a van and drive him to the airport 
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