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Top military Republican to introduce own anti-surge resolution
Troops Killed By "Insurgnts" Wearing US Army Uniforms
Scores killed in Iraq bloodshed
Wired to report US unwittingly evolved superpathogen in Iraqi combat hospitals
Kristol On War Critics: ‘It's So Irresponsible That They Can't Be Quiet For Six Or Nine Months'
Bombs kill at least 78 people in Baghdad
Southern Iraqi Tribes Joining Armed Resistance.
U.S. Toll in Iraq Is 27 for Deadly Weekend
Iran masses troops along borders with Iraq -- source
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Ex-US official: Bush would approve Iran attack
Richard Perle says, ‘If strike on Iran required US participation for success, president would agree'
Israelis prepare public for conflict with 'genocidal' Iranian regime
Iran steeled for 'foreign threats' as war games launch
U.S. plans envision broad attack on Iran
How Congress Can Stop the Iran Attack or be Complicit in Nuclear War Crimes
Beijing to diversify investment strategies
Gambling Subpoenas on Wall St.
Toyota plans ultra-inexpensive car
Fiscal action needed as America ages
3,500 to go in Motorola jobs cull
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Letter to the editor earns 81-year-old Pa. man a visit from Secret Service agents
An elderly man who wrote in a letter to the editor about Saddam Hussein's execution that "they hanged the wrong man" got a visit from Secret Service agents concerned he was threatening President Bush.
Anti-tax supporters join Plainfield fray
1994 Interview with Ed Brown: Defense Militia Builds NH Base
NI police colluded with killers
Qantas turns away passenger over terror T-shirt
Troops fire on Mogadishu protest, kill 3: witness
Guantánamo must stay open, say MPs
Lawmaker Seeks Ban on Spanking
[VIDEO] Headshot - Face to Face
NY court: FBI might have violated First Amendment in efforts to take down conspiracy film
Opium war revealed: Major new offensive in Afghanistan
British troops in southern Afghanistan, already engaged in stiff fighting with the Taliban, face a new threat as the Kabul government prepares to crack down on the country's rampant drugs trade.
Pakistani Role Seen in Taliban Surge at Border
Chavez Blasts U.S. in Weekly Broadcast
Czechs give go-ahead for US 'son of star wars' base
Missile shield 'threatens Russia'
Pakistan 'nuclear' kidnap foiled
UN may have funded Kim Jong-il's cronies
Senator warns against arms race
Bush Orders More CIA Activity in Venezuela
Former US Sec of Defense suggests Military action against North Korea
China Shows Assertiveness in Weapons Test
Colbert exposes NFL Katrina psy-op
Rep. believes Democratic media reform bill may prevent possible 'fascist' takeover of US media
Chandlers, L.A. billionaires vie for Tribune
Prince Charles cancels ski trip to help save planet
Senators question immigration raids against meat packer
Immigration bills spark concerns of church groups
Texas town revises rental law proposal that required landlords to check immigration status of tenants
Immigration not just a fed issue
Illegal Immigrant Charged With Sex Assault Asks to be Deported
Perry touts border security measures, outlines new goals
Mexican Gov't Blasts Killing of Migrant
Congress sneaking in amnesty for illegals
9/11 ballot question won't have congressional help
Vermont's two U.S. senators and one congressman are not interested in urging a new investigation into the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
Emailing Media, Legislators, etc. Re 9/11 Is Not Spam
Presidential Explorer Paul: Investigate 9/11 'cover-up'
Alex Jones presents The Order of Death, an amazing & horrifying look into the occult practices of the global elite featuring never before seen footage of the infamous Bohemian Grove.
Racist Mexican Gangs "Ethnic Cleansing" Blacks In L.A.
Latino thugs indiscriminately murder blacks regardless of gang membership, genocidal purge aligns with radical Aztlan theology
"Progressives" Whine About Hillary Bashing
Once again boiling it down to arguments about gender and the false left-right paradigm
Anyone but a Bush or a Clinton
Marine Corps will ask thousands to come back
Bush's 33 Percent Approval Rating Lowest Since Nixon for President Entering State of the Union Speech
Only Impeachment Can Prevent More War
[VOTE NOW] Do you believe President Bush's actions justify impeachment?
Fla. City Plans Homeless-Only Village
Hillary Ahead in Democratic Race: Poll
Rare Snow Storm Surprises Arizona
Thousands expected to join March for Life tomorrow
Hillary runs for the White House as ‘new Thatcher'
N.M. Governor Enters White House Race
'ImpeachBush.com' to fetch big bucks in eBay auction
EU debating armed police to operate with impunity across borders
Germany presses reluctant European partners to allow armed police and undercover agents to operate with impunity outside their own country
[VIDEO] New World Order: H.G. Wells' Fantasy
Groups seek records on warrantless mail surveillance that Bush authorized through 'signing statment'
Police sky patrol has residents feeling safe
Negroponte says domestic spy program was critical
NYC Mayor Encourages Citizens to Capture Crime with Cell Phone Cameras
Al-Qaeda deputy 'mocks Bush plan'
Just magically as Bush's 33 Percent approval rating is the lowest since Nixon for a President entering the State of the Union speech , and just magically as a top military Republican is to introduce an anti-surge resolution , up pops the known intelligence asset al-Zawahiri, AGAIN.
Britain open to terror suspects in EU loophole
'London bomb plot was just a hoax'
Guest Cites Fox's Fictional "24" as Evidence that Terrorists are "Out There"
Authorities Shut Down Cellular Stations in Moscow Metro After Terrorism Alert
Cell Phones As harmful as cigarettes?
MOBILE phones could turn out to be as damaging to health as cigarettes, a world expert says.
Satnav thieves using information stored to burgle owner's homes', warn police
Thieves are stealing car's satellite navigation systems so that they can use them to target people's homes in burglaries, police warned.
Ten Paragraphs for the YouTubers
Vista copy protection is defended
Creators Put Politics Into Video Games
US toxic gases push British pollution over safety limit
Climate scientists feeling the heat
Controversial Google library project grows
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