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News Link    More about  Politics: Republican Campaigns
A 3rd Bush for President?
5-10-2006    Associated Press 
"By the same Party that brought you Bob Dole." "Because he can't be as bad as the first two." "The third times a charm on Iraq." "Jeb: Because it's his turn." "Bush: Because we have no one else to 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link    More about  World News
Putin offers cash to couples to have more babies
05-10-2009    Reuters 
President Vladimir Putin offered couples cash to have more children to halt a dramatic decline in population and called for a stronger army in a key speech on Wednesday which he shrugged off sharp attacks by Washington. 
Reported by Jean Carbonneau
News Link    More about  World News
Iran leader's letter critiques U.S. policy, values
05-10-2006    Michael Slackman - New York Times 
With the tone of a teacher and the certainty of a believer, the president of Iran wrote to President Bush that Western democracy has failed and that the invasion of Iraq, American treatment of prisoners, and support for Israel cannot be reconciled wi 
Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link    More about  World News
Putin warns on using force against Iran
05-10-2006    Reuters 
Russian President Vladimir Putin issued a veiled warning to the United States not to take any military action against Iran over its nuclear ambitions. 
Reported by Jean Carbonneau
News Link    More about  World News
Former Communist chosen to be President of Italy
05-10-2006    Reuters 
Italy picked a former communist, Giorgio Napolitano, to be its next President on Wednesday, opening the way for Romano Prodi to become Prime Minister more than a month after winning a close-run election. 
Reported by Jean Carbonneau
News Link    More about  Economy - Economics USA
Fed set to raise Interest Rates
05-10-2006    Reuters 
The US Federal Reserve is set to raise interest rates on Wednesday to the highest level in five years and may use a post-meeting statement to open the door to a pause after 16, well-telegraphed hikes. 
Reported by Jean Carbonneau
News Link    More about  Energy
Saudi Arabia to privatize bourse, set up financial district
5-10-2006    AFP 
Saudi Arabia announced plans to turn its stock market into a shareholding company open to the private sector and to establish the Middle East's largest financial district. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link    More about  Anthropology
China reports discovering ancient city
5-10-2006    Associated press 
The ruins of a 2,000-year-old walled city have been found in a reservoir on China's northeastern border with North Korea. The mud-covered ruins were exposed when the water level in the Yunfeng Reservoir was lowered for repairs. The reservoir is o 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link    More about  Economy - Economics USA
Gold passes $700 an ounce
5-10-2006    Associated Press 
Gold prices surged to a new quarter-century high of $700 an ounce Tuesday as funds bought into the market, driven by tension between the United States and Iran and expectations of a pause in interest rate hikes. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link    More about  Immigration
Minutemen to start building border fence May 27
5-10-2006    Associated Press 
[Filed your environmental impact statement?] Anticipating no response to its demand that President Bush place US troops on the Mexican border, a civilian watch group said it will start building a short border security fence May 27 on private land.  
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link    More about  Corruption
Bush and other politicos returning bribes faster than you can say Abramoff
5-10-2006    Associated Press 
President Bush and several other Republican officials have begun shedding campaign donations from former House aide and lobbyist Neil Volz, the latest person to plead guilty in a widening lobbying scandal. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link    More about  Bush Administration
Poll: Bush reaches all time low
5-10-2006    New York Times/CBS 
Americans have a bleaker view of the country's direction than at any time in more than two decades, and sharp disapproval of President Bush's handling of gasoline prices has combined with intensified unhappiness about Iraq to create a grim po 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link    More about  WAR: About that War
US Army to prohibit "water boarding" torture
5-10-2006    Knight Ridder 
[Of course it was the CIA who was doing it, not hte Army.] The US Army will prohibit "water-boarding" the controversial practice of submerging a prisoner's head in water in an effort to make him talk when it issues its new interroga 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link    More about  WAR: About that War
Read the Iranian President's letter for yourself
5-10-2006    LeMonde 
Mr George Bush, President of the United States of America For sometime now I have been thinking, how one can justify the undeniable contradictions that exist in the international arena -- which are being constantly debated, specially in political fo 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link    More about  WAR: About that War
Rice: We don't want anything to interfere with our war with Iran
5-10-2006    Associated Press 
Iranian political analyst Saeed Leilaz said Rice's quick brushoff would fuel anti-American feelings in Iran. "It could have been the beginning of a new process," he said. Rice's response "strengthens the suspicion (inside Ir 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link    More about  World News
Brussels demands EU nations surrender power to it
5-10-2006    London Times 
BRITAIN is preparing to give up the national veto on EU law-and-order legislation after Brussels demanded that national governments surrender control of key policies to combat terrorism and organised crime. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link    More about  World News
Bolivian socialism mainly hurting Brazil
5-9-2006    Christian Science Monitor 
More than half the gas used in Brazil is Bolivian, and in Sao Paulo - the state that accounts for roughly half of Brazil's GDP - the figure is 75 percent. Any disruption in supply from Bolivia would hit Brazil hard, and those in the heavily indus 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link    More about  World News
While other Latin American nations embrace socialism, Costa Rica is recovering from it
5-9-2006    Reuters 
Nobel laureate Oscar Arias begins a second stint as president of Costa Rica today, taking power in a nation divided over free trade with the US and widely seen as rudderless. Arias vows to push the Central American Free Trade Agreement with the Unite 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link    More about  World News
South Korea doesn't want its citizens upsetting North Korea
5-9-2006    Los Angeles Times 
" 'Don't talk about starvation. Don't talk about human rights,' " Ma said she was warned repeatedly by South Korean intelligence officials assigned to watch over her. "The South Korean government doesn't want any 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link    More about  WAR: About that War
A timeline of relations between the US and Iran
5-9-2006    Associated Press 
Under Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, who came to power in 1941, Iran was a close ally of the US. Since the shah was toppled in the 1979 Iranian revolution, the 2 countries have been bitter enemies. Following is a chronology of their relations: 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link    More about  WAR: About that War
Iran will produce a nuke in 4 years
5-9-2006    Haaretz 
Iran will have acquired nuclear bombs by 2010, the head of Israel's Military Intelligence, Major General Amos Yadlin, told the Knesset's Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee.  
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link    More about  WAR: About that War
Ahmad Chalabi: The next Iraqi Torture, I mean Interior Minister
5-9-2006    Associated Press 
Iraqi lawmakers struggling to form the new cabinet are considering outgoing Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi to head the powerful Interior Ministry even though he has no seat in the new parliament, an official close to the talks said. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link    More about  WAR: About that War
China demands to torture and execute its Gitmo prisoners
5-9-2006    Associated Press 
China blasted a US decision to release 5 Chinese Muslims from the Guantanamo Bay detention center to seek asylum in Albania, describing them as suspected terrorists and demanding their return. The men would face the death penalty or torture if sent b 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link    More about  World News
Gallows builder frowned upon
5-9-2006    BBC News 
David Lucas, of Mildenhall, Suffolk, said he had been selling execution equipment to countries including Zimbabwe for about 10 years. Mr Lucas said the trade was not sick and "business is business". The execution equipment he says he sells 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link    More about  Immigration
U.S. tipping Mexico to Minuteman patrols
05-09-2006    Daily Bulletin 
While routinely refusing to share information with the American people in violation of the Freedom of Information Act, the Border Patrol is only too eager to share information a 
Reported by Terry Bressi
News Link    More about  Police State
Assuming Arlen doesn't wimp out, CIA head nominee will quietly withdraw
5-9-2006    Associated Press 
Senate Judiciary Chairman Arlen Specter said he would use a Hayden nomination to raise questions about the legality of the NSA domestic eavesdropping program, and he has not ruled out holding up the nomination in the meantime.  
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link    More about  Foreign Policy
Taiwan President decides to skip US visit amid chilly reception
5-9-2006    Reuters 
Taiwan's President Chen Shui-bian has decided to avoid the United States on his journey home from a Latin American visit, as officials played down the fall-out of the diplomatic spat between the island and its closest ally. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link    More about  Bush Administration
Feingold: Democrats stand up to Bush
5-9-2006    Associated Press 
Sen. Russ Feingold (D-WI), a potential anti-war candidate in the 2008 presidential field, urged fellow Democrats to show more backbone in challenging President Bush on Iraq. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link    More about  Marriage
Iran's nuclear gambit the basics
5-9-2006    Christian Science Monitor 
Ahmadinejad warned of UN action: "They should know that the Iranians will dash their illegitimate resolution against the wall." As this high-stakes diplomacy gets under way, we explore some basic questions about Iran's nuclear program: 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link    More about  Marriage
Targeting polygamists
5-9-2006    Christian Science Monitor 
Small polygamous groups have existed in the southwestern US under the watchful yet fairly benign eye of authorities ever since a sect known as the Fundamentalist Latter Day Saints separated itself from mainstream Mormonism in 1890. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
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