Category Archives: Posts before 2011

They think we are idiots because we act like idiots

Deputy Defense Secretary Gordon R. England’s close aide is Hasham Islam, a Muslim who is leading efforts for the Defense Department’s outreach to Muslim groups. What the effort really is, either accidental or on purpose, is a misguided attempt to … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas to all and to a few, thank you

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But what about Iraq and Afghanistan?

Afghan National Security Forces, assisted by Coalition forces, find a weapons cache of 30 anti-personnel mines near Shadal Village, Sphingar District, Nangarhar Province, December 17. Afghanistan is one of the most heavily mined areas in the world. ANSF and Coalition … Continue reading

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Did Iran ‘hoodwink’ the CIA?

British spy chiefs have grave doubts that Iran has mothballed its nuclear weapons programme, as a US intelligence report claimed last week, and believe the CIA has been hoodwinked by Teheran. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/12/09/wiran109.xml It wouldn’t be the first time the CIA … Continue reading

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Director of ACLU Campaign Against Racial Profiling says someone’s picking on me

BOSTON – The top official in charge of fighting racial profiling for the American Civil Liberties Union says he was the victim of profiling at the Boston airport, and he has gone to federal court to challenge a screening technique … Continue reading

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Tehran is still dangerous

WASHINGTON – President Bush said Tuesday that the international community should continue to pressure Iran on its nuclear programs, saying Tehran remains dangerous despite a new intelligence report finding it halted its development of a nuclear bomb. Do you believe … Continue reading

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