Theory? Bush Impeachment Activist Experiences Expert Burglary
and is Targetted by a Federal Agency
Cruz Mayor Emily Reilly is warning her constituents in this
liberal beach town not to jump to conspiracy theories about
several unusual events involving her bakery in the days since
the city council decided to challenge President Bush.
Alleged in Probe of USS Liberty
former Navy attorney who helped lead the military investigation
of the 1967 Israeli attack on the USS Liberty that killed
34 American servicemen says former President Lyndon Johnson
and his defense secretary, Robert McNamara, ordered that the
inquiry conclude the incident was an accident.
ricin found at S. Carolina postal facility
FBI and federal postal authorities are investigating the discovery
of traces of the deadly toxin ricin inside a small metal container
in an envelope at a postal handling facility in Greenville,
Schindler Schiavo's Parents Denied Visitation, Information
parents of Terri Schindler Schiavo, joyful upon learning that
their daughter's life had been spared Tuesday by an act of
the Florida legislature and Gov. Jeb Bush, have since been
barred from seeing their daughter or learning anything about
her condition by Terri's husband, Michael Schiavo.
taken from hospital
Palm Beach Post
husband of brain-damaged Terri Schiavo spirited her away from
a hospital late Wednesday minutes before her parents and brother
-- who had been denied access all day -- arrived to visit
Shocker: Pat Robertson Endorses Social Liberal Arnold Schwarzenegger
is pro abortion, he is pro gay rights, he's got a lifestyle
we could call bodybuilder lifestyle that you've been reading
about. Pat Robertson should Christians in good conscience,
can they vote for Arnold Schwarzenegger?"
Use Pepper Spray on W. Va. Fans
Police used pepper spray on fans who tried to tear down the
goal posts after West Virginia's 28-7 win over No. 3 Virginia
Tech on Wednesday night.
Fight E-Vote Firm
group of students at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania has
launched an "electronic civil disobedience" campaign
against voting machine maker Diebold Election Systems.
to Offer Voluntary Police State ID Card for Use by Sheeple
at Security Checks
Brill, a journalist and entrepreneur, will announce today
a new company, Verified Identity Card Inc., which will offer
customers an electronic card containing data showing that
they are not on terrorism watch lists and do not have certain
felony convictions on their records.
Society: Sony Studying Ways to Embed Cell Phones
Corp is studying ways to let consumers use their cell phones
to buy groceries at convenience stores, pick up the tab for
lunch and pay train fares, the company said Wednesday.
RESPONDERS TAKE OVER PART OF DOWNTOWN KNOXVILLE FOR DISASTER
staged a make-believe chemical attack downtown on Wednesday.The
Department of Homeland Security funded the 310-thousand dollar
Secret MoD plan to create spy stations
plans to turn mobile phone masts into "Big Brother"
spy stations have been revealed.
downplays Rumsfeld pessimism
senior Pentagon official on Wednesday insisted the US military
was succeeding in Afghanistan and Iraq despite a private admission
from Donald Rumsfeld, the defence secretary, that both rebuilding
efforts would be "a long, hard slog".
memo: A grim outlook
United States has no yardstick for measuring progress in the
war on terrorism, has not "yet made truly bold moves"
in fighting al-Qaeda and other terror groups, and is in for
a "long, hard slog" in Iraq and Afghanistan, according
to a memo that Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld sent to top-ranking
Defense officials last week.
derides US treaty offer
tension between the US and North Korea worsened today, after
the Pyongyang government dismissed President George Bush's
offer of a nuclear treaty as a "laughing matter".
Saudi Arabia in secret nuke pact
and Saudi Arabia have concluded a secret agreement on "nuclear
cooperation" that will provide the Saudis with nuclear-weapons
technology in exchange for cheap oil, according to a ranking
Heckled in Australia as He Defends Iraq War
inside and outside Australia's parliament, President Bush
on Thursday defended the invasion of Iraq during a symbolic
visit to thank Australia for its staunch support in the war
Two Anti-War Senators Protest Bush Speech
senators who staunchly opposed the U.S.-led war in Iraq heckled
President Bush as he spoke to parliament on Thursday, but
the president shrugged it off, saying ``I love free speech.''
Nikkei plunges by 5%
shares have plunged by more than 5%, their sharpest one-day
drop since 12 September 2001.
challenges Duke to sue over Diana Claims
al-Fayed called on Prince Philip to sue him over his allegations
that the Duke had "masterminded" a conspiracy to
kill the Princess of Wales and his son Dodi.
smallpox not eradicated, scientist warns
return of smallpox - one of the most lethal diseases in history
- is a terrifying possibility, according to the scientist
who ran the World Health Organisation's campaign to eradicate
the virus in the 1970s.
allies say video proves CIA plotted coup
legislators allied with President Hugo Chavez showed a videotape
today they said is evidence the CIA was working with dissidents
to overthrow the government of the oil-rich South American
elite are filthy pigs, says Bossi
European Union's elite are determined to destroy Europe's
Christian heritage, Italy's reform minister, Umberto Bossi
10-year EU licence 'to cut fraud'
UK driving licences will no longer be valid until the age
of 70 and will have to be renewed every 10 years under proposals
for a standardised EU licence approved yesterday
'strangled' Iraqi detainee
Baath Party official who died in a detention camp in southern
Iraq suffocated after a US Marine reservist grabbed him by
the neck and snapped a bone in his throat, according to a
Spy Gear Aims to Thwart Attacks in Iraq
Air Force and the Army are working on a classified project
to use new combinations of surveillance aircraft and other
sensors, along with intelligence on the ground, to try to
detect and counter the increasingly deadly ambushes against
American forces in Iraq, senior Pentagon officials said on
geomagnetic storm expected to hit Earth
strong geomagnetic storm is expected to hit Earth on Friday
with the potential to affect electrical grids and satellite
species--and crossing a line?
scientist Ronald Goldstein 7wasn't all that surprised when
TV comedians started making fun of his work implanting cells
from human embryos into chicken eggs. He had suspected the
public would find the work bizarre--"people have a visceral
reaction to this experiment," he says. But he did not
expect it to pose problems for his fellow scientists.
on human embryos common in Canada
is a fact that research is going on on embryos in this country
and has been explicitly permitted since 1987," said Ms.
Baylis, who is about to publish a study on the availability
of surplus embryos for research in Canada.
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