Keeping tabs on the fascists (commercialistas)


How the GOP will manipulate events and emotions to maintain GOP executive branch control in 2008 (Buzzflash)


National Intelligence Estimate lacks supporting evidence, possibly politicized, intelligence officials say (Raw Story)


“Sen. John Kerry said during a C-SPAN appearance that fears of a bloodbath after the US withdrawal from Vietnam never materialized. He says he’s met survivors of the “reeducation camps” who are thriving in modern Vietnam. An award-winning investigation by the Orange County Register concludes that at least 165,000 people perished in the camps.” (Breitbart.tv)


Gonzalez contradicts prior statements, confirms existence of other spying programs (ThinkProgress)


Iraq hasn’t even begun (LA Times)

The consequences of our actions today will last for generations…


The Imperialist Debate Over Iraq: how best to maintain a ruthless, unjust empire (Intelligence Daily)


Israel preparing for all-out war (YNetNews)


Ethiopia, Zimbabwe and the politics of naming (GlobalResearch.ca)


Autonomous Robot Dogs – a new DARPA project paid for by You, TIME Person of the Year (DefenseIndustryDaily & San Diego Union-Tribune)


The Thermonuclear “OOPS” list and other nuclear “accidents (Dark Roasted Blend and a heavily footnoted Wikipedia entry)


The Abomination of Houthulst (Heritage of the Great War, Netherlands)

EXCERPT “In a forest in Belgium, not 45 kilometers from the border of Holland, stands an enormous stockpile of poison gas out in the open, rusting, and barely guarded. The stockpile grows every day. An accident here would have unimaginable consequences.”


Death waits patiently on a Belgium beach (Heritage of the Great War, Netherlands)


Iraqis blame U.S. depleted uranium for cancer surge (Novosti, Russia)

“The nation is facing about 140,000 cases of cancer, with 7,000 to 8,000 new ones registered each year”


House GOP fearsImperial Presidency” (TPMuckraker)


Bush Executive Order : Criminalizing the Anti-War Movement (GlobalResearch.ca)


The North American Union : Connecting the Dots (GlobalResearch.ca)


Iraq’s ambassador to the United States Wednesday launched a withering attack on what he said was US slowness to provide basic weaponry to his country’s ill-equipped armed forces. Samir Sumaidaie said the foot-dragging was inexplicable given President George W. Bush’s oft-stated desire for Iraqi forces to “stand up” and so allow US troops to withdraw from the frontlines. (Yahoo)


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this is a good collection of interesting stuff.

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