Politics can be very nasty. Right and Left wing bloggers are doing everything they can to demonize the “other side”. Creating a spam shutdown, of a political blog, will always pount the accusing finger at their opponent. […]
Strike on Iran could turn Mideast into fireball, official says U.N. nuclear watchdog chief warns of dangers of military strike on Iran Attack may lead Iran to a more-aggressive nuclear stance, he says Iran official reportedly criticized the Israeli exercises Comments follow Israeli military maneuvers in early June U.S.: Israeli air exercise […]
Iraq will not allow its territory to be used to attack Iran, Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Maliki has said during a visit to Tehran.
He was speaking after meeting Iran’s foreign minister and is later due to meet President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
The role of the US in Iraq is high on […]
Cheney builds an explosive case
WASHINGTON – For many months, the propaganda line that explosively formed projectiles (EFPs) that could penetrate United States armored vehicles were coming straight from Iran has been embraced publicly by the entire George W Bush administration. But when that argument was proposed internally by military officials […]
Iran regime Top Threat To Iraq, U.S. Says
WASHINGTON (AFP) — Recent violence in Basra has convinced the administration of President George W. Bush that Iran and not Al-Qaeda is now the primary threat to US interests in Iraq, The Washington Post said Saturday.
Citing unnamed senior US officials, the newspaper said […]
When it comes to power, the Bush administration has always firmly believed two things: first, the President should have more of it; and second, international institutions like the U.N. should have less of it. In that respect, the landmark ruling on U.S. treaty commitments handed down by the Supreme Court Tuesday seems […]
Reid Tries to Pressure G.O.P. for $159 Billion Stimulus Bill
WASHINGTON — Senate Democrats tried to pressure Republicans on Monday to vote for a $159 billion economic stimulus plan, including $1 billion in additional subsidies for home energy, instead of a cheaper, more streamlined package approved by the House […]
BRISBANE (Reuters) – Australia’s Labor leader Kevin Rudd, a Mandarin speaking former diplomat, swept into power at national elections on Saturday on a wave of support for generational change, ending 11 years of conservative rule.
“Today Australia has looked to the future,” Rudd, flanked by his wife Therese and family, told jubilant supporters. […]
Pentagon Warns of Civilian Layoffs If Congress Delays War Funding Democrats Are Firm on Link to Troop Withdrawals From Iraq
By Jonathan Weisman and Ann Scott Tyson Washington Post
The Defense Department warned yesterday that as many as 200,000 contractors and civilian employees will begin receiving layoff warnings by Christmas […]
2007 Presidential Primary Polls
National Survey Findings For Children’s Agenda
Voters across the country believe that political leaders are not doing enough to ensure the health, education and well-being of children and that the next President and Congress need to give a higher priority to the country’s children and […]
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