May Be Planning Larger Attacks, U.S. Envoy Says
Bush administration's special envoy to Afghanistan, Zalmay
Khalilzad, warned today that the Taliban movement and its
Al Qaeda partners in the region may be planning larger or
"more spectacular attacks" in Afghanistan as part
of a campaign against the reconstruction process.
suspects (CIA controlled) ISI aiding Taliban insurgents in
to US military intelligence sources, convoys regularly move
into Southern Afghanistan from Pakistan, dropping off guns
for the Taliban in exchange for opium from the world's largest
Denies Taliban Official's Release
Hamid Karzai and President Bush's special envoy to Afghanistan
said Wednesday that U.S. authorities had not freed a top Taliban
official, contradicting an earlier report from two Afghan
Begins UAV border-surveillance flight tests
Department of Homeland Security will start unmanned aerial
vehicle (UAV) test flights at Fort Huachuca and Gila Bend
in Arizona this week.
Disabled Woman Claims Police Brutality
officers were called when she reportedly refused to allow
city workers to clean up yard debris. The 71-year-old says
she was hit with pepper spray and stung by a taser gun. Her
prosthetic eye reportedly fell out during the incident.
archived article) Dershowitz
Travels to Canada to Propagandize for "Volontary"
National ID Card
Dershowitz, a Harvard law professor and one-time legal defender
for O.J. Simpson, said he thinks the card should be voluntary,
not mandatory, in the United States. "On the whole, I'm
an advocate whose views are subject to being changed,"
Dershowitz told reporters. "I'm against a mandatory card
and I'm against (giving government) the power to ask for your
card without probable cause."
ID card bolstered
should put biometrics on its passport to test the waters before
moving forward with a national ID card with the high-tech
option, according to a leading U.S. lawyer.
fear to justify total control
Surveillance cameras: A teacher's aid or Big Brother in the
High-tech targets bad bar customers
Vigilance System of scans and an image database under consideration
by Barwatch is linked to a network to identify troublemakers.
Hitler Admirer and Known Degenerate Gains Control Over World's
5th Largest Economy
banished Gov. Gray Davis just 11 months into his second term
and overwhelmingly elected action hero Arnold Schwarzenegger
to replace him Tuesday - a Hollywood ending to one of the
most extraordinary political melodramas in the nation's history.
"I will not fail you, I will not disappoint you, and
I will not let you down," the victorious actor vowed.
-- The full story on Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Self-proclaimed
Since we first
researched Arnold and wrote the article below, even
more amazing revelations have surfaced and then been
confirmed concerning his frightening character. Here
are just a few of the developments...
supporters convinced that he will one day be President
at the Tuesday and Wednesday celebrations say they are even
convinced that Schwarzenegger also has chances of becoming
U.S. president one day if he sets his mind to it and the constitution
is changed to allow foreign-born Americans to run. ``If they
ever change the constitution, it would be for him,'' Bogen
said. ``And it would be proof that in American everything
Wall Street Journal Seduced by Sleazy Schwarzenegger
who is this man The Journal so admires? So far, over a dozen
women 15 and countinghave come forward to accuse
Mr. Schwarzenegger of making physical and verbal advances
which left the women feeling shaken and frightened
declines further amid fears on deficit
dollar faced renewed downward pressure on Tuesday, falling
to fresh three-year lows against the yen and within sight
of record lows against the euro, amid mounting concern over
the scale of the US current account deficit.
tumbles to fresh low against the euro
concerns about the massive current account deficit in the
US sent the dollar tumbling to a fresh three-month low against
the euro on Wednesday morning in London while it came off
Tuesday's three-year low against the yen after Japan warned
of further intervention in the currency market.
to revive draft demand
in the House and Senate will renew calls for the military
draft as part of a critical barrage they are preparing to
launch against President Bush over the length of troop deployments
and the heavy reliance on reservists in Iraq.
device found in Philadelphia mayor's office
electronic bugging device was found Tuesday morning in the
office of Philadelphia Mayor John Street, a spokeswoman for
the mayor said.
Street's office bugged
hours, the FBI said that the eavesdropping device was not
related to the mayor's race, but declined to explain how it
knew that so quickly.
mother found guilty in suicide of son
mother was convicted Monday of contributing to the suicide
of her 12-year-old son, who hanged himself in his closet with
a necktie after being bullied at school over his bad breath
and body odor
Threatens to Hit Israel's Enemies Any Place
by U.S. backing for Israel's right to defend itself, Prime
Minister Ariel Sharon said Tuesday the Jewish state was ready
to hit its enemies anywhere following an air raid deep inside
fingerprints on Syria raid
fact that Bush has himself refused to in any way criticize
the Israeli attack - the first on Syria since the 1973 Arab-Israeli
war - shows how far the neo-cons have succeeded in aligning
US policy with the right-wing government in Israel, a key
goal going back to the first Likud government of the late
Menachem Begin and, more recently, since Prime Minister Ariel
Sharon won elections in early 2001.
defends Israel's attack
Bush on Monday defended Israel's decision to drop bombs on
a suspected terrorist training camp deep inside Syria, telling
reporters he had said to Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon
that "Israel's got a right to defend herself; that Israel
must not feel constrained in terms of defending the homeland."
signals it intends to continue enriching uranium
indicated on Tuesday it would continue enriching uranium needed
for its bid to generate nuclear energy, defying an IAEA resolution
demanding a halt to the process
has suffered heart attack, admits aide
Arafat has suffered a mild heart attack but the Palestinian
leadership has sought to keep his health problems secret for
fear it will "create panic".
Largest Ampitheater after the Collisseum Unearthed: Blood
and Spain, say site diggers
initially thought it was a circus, the circular arena the
Romans used for horse races and chariot rides," says
Desiderio Vaquerizo, professor of architecture at Cordoba
University. "But we discovered it was an immense oval
amphi-theatre - 178m by 145m and up to 20m high - that would
have been used for gladiatorial contests and other bloodthirsty
Asia to form huge trade bloc
to have the ASEAN Economic Community in place by 2020, the
pact of 10 nations - representing 500million people and a
combined gross domestic product of more than $US700billion
($1000billion) - aims to shatter tariff and non-tariff barriers
and create a "single market and production base"
in the region.
database raises data protection concerns
database used at the EUs borders is raising concerns
over how much sensitive information it will hold about citizens
and the increased number of people who may have access to
Talks about Torture at Guantanamo Bay
says the American military and former prisoners have told
of prisoners being tied to a post and fired upon with rubber
bullets, some being forced to kneel in the sun until they
collapse and other tortures.
says Bush had ``hidden agenda'' in invading Iraq
do believe there is some other agenda, other than weapons
and Saddam Hussein,'' Gorbachev told a news conference at
an environmental meeting held at the City University of New
York. ``What kind of hidden agenda, well that needs to be
School attendance falling due to fear of abduction
time when the aid community is scaling down in the country
due to deteriorating security, reports of children being kidnapped
for ransom in and around the capital, Baghdad, are having
a detrimental effect on education, according to a British
Forces Struggle in Afghanistan, 2 Years On
agreed on Monday to expand its peacekeeping mission beyond
the Kabul area to Afghanistan's troubled provinces for the
first time -- two years after the U.S. went to war to oust
on alert for 'spectacular' Taliban attacks
militants may be planning ''spectacular attacks'' against
American-led coalition forces, the U.S. special envoy to Afghanistan
said Tuesday, the second anniversary of the start of the war
that ousted the hardline Islamic regime.
girl's 'miracle' steps
teenager who was paralysed from the neck down in a car accident
has taken her first steps - despite being told she would never
York Times Ads Offer Designer Babies
the past few months, the New York Times has repeatedly printed
advertisements for the Genetics and IVF Institute (GIVF),
a Virginia-based clinic that promises parents the ability
to choose the sex of their babies. This marks the first time
that a eugenics procedure has been marketed openly in a mainstream
injuries kill 32,000 annually
A new study of hospital-related injuries suggests worries
about patient safety have been well founded: Injuries ranging
from post-surgical infections to re-opening wounds kill about
32,000 Americans every year and add more than $9 billion to
the nation's health care bill.
'see with sound'
since birth, Ms Thomas is able to recognize the walls and
doors of her house, discern whether the lights are on or off
and even distinguish a CD from a floppy disk after only a
week using a revolutionary new system.
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