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A major Israeli daily newspaper Maariv shared the views of many others when it concluded that: â€œOfficially, Israel yesterday denied responsibility for the killing. But experts say the brilliant execution of the attack was characteristic of the Mossad.â€
Yesterday, in Washington, D.C., former Marine Corps Sergeant and Iraq War vet, Adam Kokesh, kick-rolled a 55-gallon oil drum lettered "Hands Off Iraqi Oil" across K Street, an avenue that has become synonymous with the power of corporate lobbyists.
The fight over the Protect America Act has everything to do with our safety, only not in the way that Bush and McConnell assert.
1. "We will keep America the strongest nation in the world. And we will couple that strength with firm diplomacyâ€”no apologies, no regrets. Always willing to negotiate for peace, but never conceding anything without getting a concession in return."
In fact Hillier says those expressions are in essence aiding the "Taliban" and could be proving the impetus for the spate of suicide attacks mounted against Canadian soldiers over the last several weeks.
On February 19, 2008, Brazilian military forces stormed the neighborhood of Village de Dieu on the outskirts of the capital of Port-au-Prince. Their troops entered with weapons drawn and began a massive sweep with UN police in tow that ended with the arrest of dozens of young men in the area. Residents claim this military incursion was executed without a single warrant being presented from Haitiâ€™s courts or just cause.
Journey, if you will, into a nation that lost its moral compass inside the dungeons of fear and hatred.
Or Kyrgyzstan. Or Turkmenistan. But as your kids will be fighting there among the oil pipes, you should kiss Ted Rallâ€™s crazy ass for going there first - and getting it all down in a book of dead-on cartoons and reportage, Silk Road to Ruin.
Add a comment Add a comment Read more: Freedom to Speak: Another Look at the First AmendmentLewis celebrates the triumph of modern First Amendment liberties, starting with the writings of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. and Louis Brandeis, through the break-through year of 1931, when the Supreme Court finally began to take the First Amendment seriously and on to current issues relating to commercial speech, the internet and political speech.
I am sure if a global poll was taken tomorrow on who is more admired, the Cuban President or our own, you know which would get the most votes.