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News Link  •  God, Government and other assorted myths....
Lew Rockwell gets smeared
In the ensuing months, Rockwell and his site began the migration into the territory of far left hysteria. By July of 2004, Rockwell had discovered a full-grown affection for the left. “I have this in common with NPR, Michael Moore, the Black Caucus, 
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Reported by Mike Wasdin
News Link  •  Drugs and Medications
Cops Say Legalize Drugs! Ask Us Why. Long Rider Completes Cross-Country Journey On Horseback
The last three decades of the U.S. War on Drugs have wasted over half a trillion tax dollars, and choked our court systems, quadrupled our prison population, and made prison-building our nationΉs fastest growing industry, but Drugs are now more po 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  Foreign Policy
Iraqi tribunal denies reports of Saddam trial delay
The tribunal, set up during the U.S. occupation in 2003 to try members of the former regime, issued a statement confirming the start date this week, although it also said it had the right to delay it if there were "good reasons". 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  Israel
Pentagon analyst guilty in Israeli spy scandal
A former Pentagon analyst pleaded guilty to passing secret information to Israeli embassy officials and members of a pro-Israeli lobbying group, BBC reported. 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  Bush Administration
Espionage Case Breaches the White House
Officials tell ABC News the alleged spy worked undetected at the White House for almost three years. Leandro Aragoncillo, 46, was a U.S. Marine most recently assigned to the staff of Vice President Dick Cheney. 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  Politics: Republican Campaigns
Noose tightens at the White House. State Department memo may be the key piece of Plame evidence
Think it’s fair to say that the combination Sunday of the Walter Pincus-Jim VandeHei piece in The Washington Post and George Stephanopoulos’ bombshell on television’s This Week felt like a tug on the noose around the White House’s neck? 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  WAR: About that War
US 'aiming at Syria regime change'
Israel predicted yesterday that America would impose fresh sanctions on Syria in an attempt to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad. 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  Voting: Vote Fraud
DIEB-THROAT : 'Diebold System One of Greatest Threats Democracy Has Ever Known'
In exclusive stunning admissions to The BRAD BLOG some 11 months after the 2004 Presidential Election, a "Diebold Insider" is now finally speaking out for the first time about the alarming security flaws within Diebold, Inc's electronic 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Why we Have to get the Troops Out of Iraq - by Juan Cole
Juan Cole is Professor of History at the University of Michigan 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Stewart takes a look at John McCain's reaction to some of the things being said by Rumsfield and
Stewart takes a look at John McCain's reaction to some of the things being said by Rumsfield and the top generals that just don't seem to jive. 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  Transportation
Bicycle sales boom in US amid rising gas prices
"Bicycle sales are near an all-time high with 19 million sold last year -- close to the 20 million sold during the oil embargo in the early 1970s," said Blumenthal, whose association is based in Boulder in the western state of Colorado. 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  Politics: Republican Campaigns
In the Beginning, There Was Abramoff
Those who still live in the reality-based community, however, may sense they're watching the beginning of the end of something big. It's not just Mr. DeLay, a k a the Hammer, who is on life support, but a Washington establishment whose infatu 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  Politics: Republican Campaigns
Bush Wants Right to Use Military if Bird Flu Hits
"If we had an outbreak somewhere in the United States, do we not then quarantine that part of the country? And how do you, then, enforce a quarantine?" Bush asked at a news conference. 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Forecasters thinking recession could be coming
Wachovia's Bryson puts the chance of outright recession, defined as two successive quarters of negative growth, at only 25 to 30 percent, but offered this caution: "I would agree that the risk of recession is greater today than it was a mont 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  WAR: About that War
We Will Not Be Intimidated
This student movement is significant, because it is students who are targeted daily by military recruiters asking us to leave school and become the next round of cannon fodder in a war most of us oppose. And it is the rising opposition to war among 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  WAR: About that War
This video takes only four minutes to run, but it will seem like much longer. It is mesmerizing.
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  Entertainment: Movies
Halo movie recruits 'Lord of the Rings' director Peter Jackson
Oscar-winning film director Peter Jackson and his team will produce the forthcoming film based on popular video game Halo. 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  Internet
Power grab could split the Net
Turning over control of key Internet functions to the U.N. would invite a debacle. This is the bureaucracy that gave rise to the Oil for Food scandal and counts as its major accomplishment in the last decade a failed attempt at nation-building in Som 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Iraq police arrest another Brit caught with unusual gear (and no papers).
Colin Peter,a British national who was arrested yesterday in southern Iraq, exits a police car at the Najaf, Iraq, police station Tuesday Oct.4 2005. 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Operation: Enduring Presence: (Permanent Bases in Iraq)
Eric Leaver of the Institute for Policy Studies put it this way: "These bases are made out of concrete. My house is made of concrete, and I consider my house to be pretty permanent." 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  TAXES: Federal
Tax Honesty Proponent Irwin Schiff Exposes Corrupt Federal Judiciary
Now in the fourth week of his income tax trial, Irwin Schiff paints a sordid picture of the federal judiciary and the corrupt government that controls it by fear and intimidation. What this jury is seeing and hearing every day is shocking. 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  Bush Administration
A 'Dear Judy' Letter from 'Scooter'--With 'Admiration'
He closed the letter on this personal note (although he wasn’t quite right on when autumn begins): “You went into jail in the summer. It is fall now. You will have stories to cover—Iraqi elections and suicide bombers, biological threats and the Irani 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Torture of Iraqis was for ‘stress relief’, say US soldiers
Three soldiers – a captain and two sergeants – from the 82nd Airborne Division stationed at Forward Operating Base (FOB) Mercury near Fallujah in Iraq have told Human Rights Watch how prisoners were tortured both as a form of stress relief and as a w 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  Domestic Policy
Deadly biohazard hits D.C. anti-war protests
A week after the massive anti-war demonstrations in Washington, it has been revealed that biohazard sensors detected the dangerous tularemia bacteria over the crowds. 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  Gun Rights
Right to bear arms expands
In just three weeks that wish will have less interference. Whether it's the library, the museum, Assembly chambers, the police department or city hall, the prohibition on weapons is coming to an end. Gun rights advocates think it is a good thing 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  Foreign Policy
France Says Turkey Needs to Change for EU
BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) -- French President Jacques Chirac said Tuesday that Turkey would need to undergo a "major cultural revolution" before entering the European Union, and he reiterated that France would hold a referendum on admitting An 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  TAXES: Federal
"The federal tax code is a big beast that is beyond redemption," Forbes told an audience o
In a brief interview Forbes said he was not in the state considering another presidential run, but instead was merely visiting the state as a "flat tax agitator". More accurately, Forbes was in the state simply to sell and sign copies of hi 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Sunnis see Shi'ite manipulation ahead of Iraq vote.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Sunni officials and independent Iraqi politicians reacted with dismay on Monday at a move by the Shi'ite and Kurdish majority to make it harder to defeat an October 15 referendum on a new constitution. 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  Criminal Justice System
Grand Jury Re-Indicts DeLay on New Charges
AUSTIN, Texas Oct 4, 2005 — Rep. Tom DeLay was indicted for a second time in less than a week by a Texas grand jury looking into campaign contributions, a development the former U.S. House majority leader called "an abomination of justice." 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Convicted US soldier speaks of worse abuse at Abu Ghraib
WASHINGTON (AFP) - A US soldier convicted of abusing Iraqi prisoners said, in remarks recently made public, she knew of "worse things" happening at Abu Ghraib and insisted military commanders were fully aware of what was going on in Iraq' 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
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