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by Len Hart, The Existentialist Cowboy I cannot name an instance in which an innocent person has tried to cover up a crime. And, if he/she did so, why? What’s the point? Conversely, I can think of few if any guilty persons who have not tried, in one way or the other, to […]
The details supporting treason for the entire Bush Administration are still surfacing. Accumulation of legal evidence is mounting. Once a “Constitutional” administration takes office, justice may finally be served. […]
August 20th, 2008 | Tags: Al Qaeda, Bush, Elections, Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), Iran, Khan, Musharraf, N. Korea, Nukes, Taliban, Threats, Treason | Category: Accountability, Al Qaeda, betrayal, Bush, Bush administration, Cheney, CIA, conspiracy, Deception, Dirty Politics, Elections, Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), Kahn, Musharraf, Osama bin Laden, Pakistan, Pentagon Corruption, Taliban, terrorists, Treason, War Crimes | One comment
Bush at Center of Intelligence Leak
(The Intelligence Daily) — Attorneys and current and former White House officials close to the investigation into the leak of covert CIA operative Valerie Plame Wilson said Thursday that President Bush gave Vice President Dick Cheney the authorization in mid-June 2003 to disclose a portion of […]
May 31st, 2008 | Tags: authorized, Bush, Cheney, CIA, Libby, NIE, Patrick Fitzgerald, Plame, Propaganda, Treason, Wilson | Category: betrayal, Bush, Cheney, CIA, conspiracy, crimes, NIE, Patrick Fitzgerald, Plame, Scooter Libby, Treason, War, Weapons of Mass Destruction, Whistleblower, Wilson | 6 comments
Mark Deli Siljander, 57, was best known in the House for his fierce opposition to abortion and gay rights. He tried to block a $581,000 Justice Department grant to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence in 1985 because he considered the group to be run by “pro-abortion, pro-lesbian, anti-Reagan radical feminists.” […]
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