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News Link  •  More about  Politics: Republican Campaigns
Abramoff serviced Congressmen's wives
1-10-2006  •  MSNBC (includes video report) 
Jack Abramoff was compensating the wives of lawmakers handsomely for jobs requiring them to do not much. Investigators want to know if Abramoff was also trying to win influence with the spouses of congressmen in what investigators privately call the 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Criminal Justice System
55 years for 24 oz. of pot
1-10-2006  •  TalkLeft 
The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the 55 year mandatory sentence of 27 year old Weldon Angelos, who had no prior felony convictions. Angelos was in possession of a gun, that he neither brandished, used nor displayed, when he conducted 3 marij 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Politics: Republican Campaigns
From Big-Time Lobbyist to Object of Derision
01-10-2006  •  By KATE ZERNIKE and ANNE E. KORNBLUT 
His most diehard defenders have fled, and people he once counted as friends privately insist that they were never all that close. 
Reported by Ernest Hancock
Attorney For Freedom
News Link  •  More about  WAR: About that War
The American Gigolo: Brits are so weak-kneed!
1-10-2006  •  Daily Telegraph 
Paul Bremer turned his fire on the British Government and Armed Forces, the CIA, the US Marine Corps and the US chiefs of staff, who were berated for their "weak kneed" and displayed "cold feet" timidity in refusing to arrest Moqt 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  World News
Ignoring Protests, Iran Resumes Nuclear Program (Power generation or Defense?)
01-10-2006  •  By ELAINE SCIOLINO and JOHN O'NEIL 
Iran had agreed in November 2004 to freeze most of its nuclear activities, including nuclear research, in exchange for a broad package of political and economic incentives. It had earlier admitted that it had deceived nuclear inspectors for years, al 
Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  More about  Politics: Republican Campaigns
Abramoff's Big-Screen Potential
01-09-2006  •  By Jabari Asim - Washington Post 
For "Syriana," Clooney packed on the pounds to portray a bloated, world-weary CIA operative who's done things he shouldn't have. Therefore it would be no stretch for him to depict Abramoff, a bloated, corrupt palm-greaser who's 
Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  More about  WAR: About that War
I was just a gigolo: The Paul Bremer Memoirs
1-10-2006  •  Financial Times 
In a memoir that broke a more than year-long silence, Paul Bremer portrays himself in a constant struggle with Donald Rumsfeld, the defence secretary, and military leaders who were determined to reduce the US troop presence as quickly as possible in 
Reported by Powell Gammill
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Feature Article  •  More about Police State
NSA warrentless wiretaps of,... everything, even baby monitors. The Echelon program was detailed on
Ernest Hancock
   Mike Frost spent 20 years as a spy for the CSE, the Canadian equivalent of the National Security Agency, and he is the only high-ranking former intelligence agent to speak publicly about the Echelon program. Frost even showed us one of the instal
News Link  •  More about  Techno Gadgets
FSU Researcher's "buckypaper" is stronger than steel at a fraction of the weight
10-20-2005  •  Barry Ray 
Working with a material 10 times lighter than steel"but 250 times stronger"would be a dream come true for any engineer. If this material also had amazing properties that made it highly conductive of heat and electricity, it would start to sound like 
Reported by Mike Dugger
News Link  •  More about  Economy - Economics USA
Spending could outstrip income; not seen since the Depression
1-9-2006  •  San Francisco Chronical 
When the Commerce Department recently tallied up consumer finances for November, it found that Americans shelled out more money than they took in. The nation's personal savings rate could well be negative for all of 2005. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Police State
Illegal to be anonymous on Internet
1-9-2006  •  cNET 
President Bush signed into law a prohibition on posting "annoying" Web messages or sending "annoying" e-mail messages without disclosing your true identity. It's OK to flame someone on a mailing list or in a blog as long as yo 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Media: Radio
Stern arrives, satellite audience rising
01-09-2006  •  By DAVID HINCKLEY - DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER 
The biggest gamble in the short life of satellite radio hits the table at 6 a.m. today, as Howard Stern starts what he calls his creative rebirth at Sirius. The most prominent morning host on commercial radio for 20 years, Stern joined Sirius becaus 
Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  More about  Bush Administration
Feingold won't rule out Bush impeachment
01-08-2006  •  By Shay Totten & Kathryn Casa - Vermont Guardian 
"What the current administration is scared of," said Sanders, is losing GOP control of either the House, the Senate or both. Because, if that happens, he predicted, "there will be hearings to ask some of the fundamental questions about 
Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  More about  Space Travel and Exploration
Spacecraft to Bring Home Comet Dust and Clues
01-09-2006  •  By Guy Gugliotta 
NASA's Stardust spacecraft flew two years ago through the halo of gas, dust and debris, or "coma," enveloping comet Wild 2, and before dawn on Sunday it will send a capsule containing the samples on a parachute descent into the U.S. Arm 
Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  More about  Foreign Policy
Bombing Will Not Settle the Iranian Nuclear Issue
01-08-2006  •  by Michael S. Rozeff 
The United States is walking at the edge of a cliff. If it bombs Iran to stem Iranian development of nuclear weapons, it fatally poisons U.S. relationships with the entire world of Islam. If it uses nuclear weapons in the assault, it further seals th 
Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  More about  Bush Administration
Abramoff Only "The Middle Guy"... 13 FBI Field Offices Involved, Two Dozen Agents Full Tim
01-08-2006  •  Time - KAREN TUMULTY 
The FBI has 13 field offices across the country working on the case, with two dozen agents assigned to it full time and roughly the same number working part time. "We are going to chase down every lead," Chris Swecker, head of the FBI's 
Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  More about  Bush Administration
...a list of all the times Abramoff entered the White House.
01-08-2006  •  TIME Magazine - By MATTHEW COOPER, MIKE ALLEN 
Bracing for the worst, Administration officials obtained from the Secret Service a list of all the times Abramoff entered the White House complex, and they scrambled to determine the reason for each visit. Bush aides are also trying to identify all t 
Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  More about  Foreign Policy
My Lai Hero Hugh Thompson Jr. Dies at 62
01-07-2006  •  by Jessica Bujol 
Early in the morning of March 16, 1968, Thompson, door-gunner Lawrence Colburn and crew chief Glenn Andreotta came upon U.S. ground troops killing Vietnamese civilians in and around the village of My Lai. 
Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  More about  Economy - Economics USA
Iraq War Could Cost US Over $2 Trillion, says Nobel Prize-Winning Economist
01-07-2006  •  by Jamie Wilson in Washington 
The real cost to the US of the Iraq war is likely to be between $1 trillion and $2 trillion (£1.1 trillion), up to 10 times more than previously thought, according to a report written by a Nobel prize-winning economist and a Harvard budget expert. 
Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  More about  Politics: Republican Campaigns
Two Midwestern lawmakers seek to succeed embattled DeLay
01-08-2006  •  (Blunt Pictured) 
WASHINGTON - In a race framed by scandal, Republican Reps. Roy Blunt and John Boehner pledged action on a reform agenda Sunday as they launched competing campaigns to succeed Tom DeLay as House majority leader. 
Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  More about  Politics: Republican Campaigns
DeLay resigns after Republican mutiny
01-09-2006  •  From James Bone in New York 
After a party mutiny the Texas congressman said that he would step down as leader of the Republican majority in the House of Representatives. 
Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  More about  Police State
New Device Will Sense Through Concrete Walls
01-03-2006  •  By Donna Miles - American Forces Press Service 
Troops conducting urban operations soon will have the capabilities of superheroes, being able to sense through 12 inches of concrete to determine if someone is inside a building 
Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  More about  Internet
Google Cofounder Talks Video Store and More
The service will allow anyone to sell their video online for a price of their choosing, the justification here being that producing video content is often quite costly and that enabling providers to recoup those costs -- from the college kids who put 
Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  More about  Space Travel and Exploration
The Government is taking over civilian space travel,... surprise surprise.
By Alan Boyle - MSNBC 
New Mexico's plan to build a $225 million spaceport calls for the state Legislature to contribute $100 million in new money. The balance would come from state funding already approved, as well as federal and local funds, said Rick Homans, New Mex 
Reported by Ernest Hancock
Feature Article  •  More about WAR: About that War
Un-just Wars (and the people who wash their hands of them)
Dave Gallagher
   When congressional hawks begin to repent should Christian leaders be so far behind ?
Feature Article  •  More about Philosophy: Libertarianism
2005: The Farce of Freedom? - By Radley Balko (On the Fox News Site?)
Ernest Hancock
   A favorite standby of pundits and columnists is to predict what developments will transpire over the next 12 months. I've decided to take the reductio ad absurdum approach, and predict what might happen in 2006 should the most disturbing trends o
News Link  •  More about  TAXES: Federal
IRS Promises to Strip Political Party Info From Its Databases
1-6-2006  •  Associated Press 
The Internal Revenue Service said it had told a contractor to stop sending the agency information about political party affiliation in databases used to track down delinquent taxpayers. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Voting: Vote Fraud
Activists upstage Jan Brewer at re-election announcement
1-6-2006  •  Arizona Republic 
What had been planned as a simple announcement on the Capitol lawn quickly turned chaotic, as a handful of agitators managed to upstage the first-term Republican and her legion of supporters with criticism of the state's use of Diebold Election S 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Voting: Vote Fraud
Paying the price for trying to investigate vote fraud
1-6-2006  •  East Valley Tribune 
Sen. Bill Brotherton, D-Phoenix, hopes to force an investigation into an agreement between Sen. Jack Harper, R-Surprise, and a Phoenix weekly newspaper violates the Senate’s ethics rules by trying to investigate vote fraud. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Economy - Economics USA
China is so sure of our economy they are dumping the dollar
1-6-2006  •  Financial Times 
China indicated on Thursday it could begin to diversify its rapidly growing foreign exchange reserves away from the US dollar and government bonds - a potential shift with significant implications for global financial and commodity markets. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
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