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Divided We Fall …

Such a sad legacy to follow eight years of disaster. The impatient American Public must roll up their sleeves and join in the disaster recovery. It will take each and every one of us. The good, bad and the ugly … […]

Mixed Signals Confuse US-Iran Confrontation – Dangerous

Food is everyone’s problem. Food availability and affordability is proportional to the fuel for transport. Rethinking and reconfiguring has been allocated to the last minute … so, we suffer. The world has wasted the opportunity to prepare for this storm. As individuals, we must do what we can to play catch up. Unfortunately, the infrastructure we operate in has restricted our ability to survive. […]

Not Recession, Just A Slowdown, Oil Still Pricey … No Connection, Mr. Bush?

Bush: economy not in recession, in slowdown

NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) – President George W. Bush on Tuesday said the U.S. economy was not in a recession but was experiencing a slowdown.

“We’re not in a recession, we’re in a slowdown,” Bush said at a news conference at the end of a […]

US Military Bases On African Continent: “Baloney”

Bush ordered the Pentagon to set up a new Africa Command last year but left its headquarters in Germany amid anxiety over an expanding military presence in Africa.

The issue has shadowed Bush’s six-day journey across the continent, as demonstrated by a Tanzanian newspaper headline declaring that he came to “militarize” […]

Bush Skips Conflict Areas In Africa – Really?

COTONOU, Benin (AP) — President Bush said Saturday that his five-nation trip to Africa is meant to highlight success stories and that even though he’s skipping conflict-ridden areas, his administration is actively engaged in resolving turmoil on the continent.

In a news conference with the president of Benin in western Africa, Bush defended […]

Pentagon and CIA: Authorized For Secret Ops In Pakistan

WASHINGTON: An Al Qaeda resurgence in Pakistan’s tribal areas has raised deep concerns in the United States, which reportedly is pondering unilateral military strikes in a reflection of increasing impatience over Islamabad’s counterterrorism strategy. US military chief Admiral Michael Mullen last week expressed “grave concern” over Al Qaeda’s use of the […]

Bush Said What?

US should have bombed Auschwitz

JERUSALEM – President Bush had tears in his eyes during an hour-long tour of Israel‘s Holocaust memorial Friday and told Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice that the U.S. should have bombed Auschwitz to halt the killing, the memorial’s chairman said.

Bush emerged from a tour of […]

US Plays Turkey Against Kurds – Explain That

Iraq Kurdish leader snubs Rice over Turkey raid

ARBIL, Iraq (Reuters) – The president of Iraq‘s semi-autonomous Kurdish region refused to meet U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on Tuesday because of Washington‘s tolerance of Turkish military attacks, his prime minister said.

“The United States supervises (Iraq’s) air space, so […]

Pakistan’s Bhutto Detained Again – Ahead of Protest

LAHORE/LONDON (Reuters) – Pakistani police put opposition leader Benazir Bhutto under house arrest for a week on Tuesday as the Commonwealth threatened suspension unless President Pervez Musharraf repealed a state of emergency.

Army chief Musharraf set off a storm of criticism when suspended the constitution, sacked most judges, […]

US Creates Its Own Enemies – Terrorist Groups Still Growing

LYBIAN GROUP JOINS AL QAEDA

Al Qaeda second-in-command Ayman al-Zawahri said a Libyan Islamist group had joined the militant organisation and he urged mujahideen in North Africa to topple the leaders of Libya, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco.

“Today, with grace from God, the Muslim nation witnesses a blessed step … Honourable members […]