Friday, September 29, 2006

I will be moving shortly

I am trying to figure out how to move with all of my sites and archives. I have to leave blogger, because they are practicing a policy I will write about after I've left. I have written them about my concern, and they basically told me to stuff it. It was not their problem. Oh yeah? Wait 'til the press gets a hold of it. Then we'll see just who's problem it is!

Category: Misc. 2.

Thursday, September 28, 2006

News from the Dept. of Justice

Federal Jury Convicts Two for Cross Burning
A federal jury today convicted Christopher Mitchell and James Bradley Weems of burning a cross in front of the home of an African-American man in Fouke, Ark. (Read more) (9/28/2006.)

Court Bars Arizona Men from Promoting Tax Fraud Scheme
A federal court in Arizona has permanently barred a tax return preparer from promoting a tax scheme that involved creating a phony “Business Trust Organization” or limited liability company that resulted in the loss of millions of dollars of income and payroll tax revenue, the Justice Department announced today. (Read more) (9/28/2006.)

Six Current And Former U.S. Soldiers and Law Enforcement Officials and Two Civilians Agree to Plead Guilty to Participating in Bribery and Extortion Conspiracy (06-039)
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Six additional current and former U.S. soldiers and law enforcement officials and two civilians have agreed to plead guilty to participating in a widespread bribery and extortion conspiracy which operated from January 2002 through March 2004, Assistant Attorney General Alice S. Fisher of the Criminal Division announced today. (Read more) ( 1/26/2006.)

Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales Travels to Baghdad to Visit Justice Department Personnel, U.S. Military and Iraqi Officials (06-575)
Attorney General Gonzales arrived in Baghdad on Tuesday to meet with and thank Department of Justice officials working in Iraq to rebuild the country’s legal and law enforcement infrastructure. (Read more) (8/30/2006.)

Category: American News & Issues.

Enough Talk: Time for Action

On September 9, 2006, there was a rally held in Washington, DC. It was held in front of the White House, and 30 people ended up going to jail. Not because they were unruly, they were not. It was because they laid down on the pavement as if laying down their lives for their Darfurian brother and sisters.

Then there was another rally on September 17th in New York City. It was held in front of the United Nations complex. Thousands of people came from all over the world. Those who were unable to come held vigils in their own communities. It was a day of prayer, hope and outreach.

It is important that you continue reading this article. It is rather lengthy, but it is important. Thank you.

If you are having trouble with this link, please try try this one. Thank you.

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Breaking News: School in Colorada held hostage

Update: One hostage shot, but is stable. The gunman turned the gun on himself. He's dead.

Update 2: The girl that was wounded today has died, CNN is reporting.

There is a gunman claiming to have explosives in Bailey, Colorada. It is assumed that he is holding two girls hostage. The middle school and another school that has been evacutated. There is no more information at this time.

If you would like to stay on top of this story, please visit Fox News.

Category: News.

Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Declassified NIE: The Rest of the Story

The Rest of the Story: The NIE Reflects Previous Statements About the War on Terror and Setting the Record Straight.

I hope you take the time to browse these two documents. You may or may not be surprised. That would depend on whether or not you have been keeping on top of the threats that are facing this world, not just us.

There is also the actual document that has been declassified. Another black eye, eh Gray Lady? How many more? Do you really want us to lose? This badly? Have a nice day.

Category: Terrorism, Media and Treason.

Monday, September 25, 2006

IRAQ POLL: Kurds Grateful for U.S. Support

Recently we have heard a lot about how poorly we are doing in Iraq, even as there is much news to found at DoD Daily News about these massive achievements. Okay. Don't believe the Military. Maybe you will believe someone who actually lives in the region? Let us hope so. Continue reading to see the poll.

Category: (Military) Blogger News and Kurdistan.

Sunday, September 24, 2006

The Absent Apologies

The New York Post has written an interesting editorial regarding the reactions to a sentence in the speech Pope Benedict XVI gave in his hometown in Germany.

It is quite interesting to watch this 'peaceful religion' protest, burn the Pope in effagy, threaten his life, murder Christans (as if this were new), burn down Churches, and all this is done after the apologies.

Editor's Response: Excuse me, but go to hell. Who do you think you are to tell the Pope anything? You do not have the first clue of worthiness to kiss the ground he walks on, nor do you have the worth to kiss the ground upon which I walk.

Grow up, get a life, and stop threatening people. One of these days some people are not going to care what their government says, and they will take care of business themselves. Then you will find that Americans are tolerant up to a point. Cross that line? You will be in grave danger.

It is now time to stop and apologize to us! Have a good day.

Category: Church, (Religion) Discussion, News and Terrorism.

Sacramento Bee: NO on Prop 87

If you have been to Congressional Pork Hunter before, you may have noticed the little box that says, "No on the Oil Tax Initiative." It appears others are starting to voice the same opinion.

The Sacramento Bee's editorial has an editorial about proposition 87. This is quite unusual, since Sacramento is a socialist town. Kudos are in order to the Sacramento Bee. Thank you.

"Proposition 87 mandates the expenditure of $4 billion and authorizes the new agency to sell bonds to incur this debt, regardless of whether the new tax will generate sufficient revenue to pay the principal and interest on the bonds. As a result, it creates a significant risk for the taxpayers and the programs funded by the State's General Fund."

William Hamm, Ph.D.
Former California State Legislative Analyst

Category: CA.

Real Clear Politics and Congressional Medal of Honor

Tonight is going to be rockin' over at Pundit Review Radio! The line-up includes Real Clear Politics and Blackfive’s Someone You Should Know. Where to begin?

If you are not familiar with Real Clear Politics, it is a website where you can go to find many articles of import on a particular day. As is the title, it has to do with politics. They are fabulous.

Blackfive will have his "Someone You Should Know" at 9pm EST. He is also going to share with us a sneak preview into Congressional Medal of Honor dinner. This will be held in Boston next week. Most of the living recipients will be in attendance, as well as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs-of-Staff General Peter Pace.

You can tune in by streamlining WRKO. Tune in at 7pm EST.

Category: Radio Shows.

Saturday, September 23, 2006

Political Promotion for Proposition 90

If you believe the US Supreme Court got it wrong in the Kelo decision, Proposition 90 in California can help you to overcome their decision. Here is your opportunity to take back our private property rights. You will find out how here. Thank you, and remember to vote yes on proposition 90 November 7, 2006.

Category: Constitutional Issues and Politics/Debate.

Friday, September 22, 2006

CIA Cover Blown by Spain and Germany

Germany is considering indicting some American CIA officers for work they had done in 2003. During the time while the USA is at war, Spain may have the identities of these of these officers, and Germany wishes to pursue kidnapping and torture charges against these field officers who gallantly risked their lives to keep the world safe from terrorists. Nice way to say thank you, eh?

I recommend these men get back home and go underground. There is no way to fight a 'civil' war against people who think dieing is better than living. Can you say, "Kamikase"? The only way to stop them is to kill them first. It is not our fault the rest of the world is full of appeasers.

If the link provided does not work, use this one. Please read the article.

Category: Germany, Spain and the USA.

Thursday, September 21, 2006

Stories at LGF (Little Green Footballs)

Associated Press Straw Man Smear Job. This refers to the ingrate spy within the AP. Would you like to know why we are not getting any good news from Iraq? Read this.
Ahmadinejad in Favor of Suicide Murder. This is a very dangerous and evil man. Keep your eye on the ball.
Columbia Invites Genocidal Madman to Give Speech. You would not believe the evil he has perpetrated on his own people in Iran unless you have been following as we have have. Please, pay attention.

Category: News and Iran.

Stories at Stop the ACLU

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Voter ID Legislation

Finally there is good news.
Today, the House of Representatives passed HR 4844, the Federal Election Integrity Act of 2006. This is an excellent piece of legislation that can accomplish for all fifty states everything we've been trying to do in California and more.
This Act calls for everyone who votes to have a picture ID. If you need a picture ID to use your credit card, buy cigarrettes, buy liquer, get your food stamps and welfare check, get on a plane, then it should be reasonable that you would be able to use your picture ID to prove you are who say you are when you go to vote!

If you would like to know how your representative voted, click here. Also, if you would like to help, you may by signing up here.

Category: Politics/Debate.

This Chaotic World

Hungary, Thailand, Solomon Islands, Burma and many other countries are under coups, unrest or the threat of unrest. Could this be the result of the spread of democracy? The fear of democracy? Or could it be something that has nothing to do with democracy? We shall know soon.

If the links are no longer valid, you will be able to find them here: Hungary, Thailand, Solomon Islands (or here and here) and Burma.

Category: Hungary, Thailand, Solomon Islands, Burma and News.

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

A Reasonable Iraqi

Mohammed poses a very well written article about the critizism the Pope has received compared to the forced silence toward those who openly do the same critizing and worse. Please read his article. You will find it answers some of your questions, while maybe presenting yet more questions. Thank you.

Category: Iraq and (Religion) Other.

President Bush Divides the Decent and the Indecent

Today President Bush addressed the UN. He spoke about the genocide in Darfur, Sudan, the instability that is the Middle East, the mirage of stability that was the Middle East, the Israeli/Palestinian two states under an honorable free system, and much more. This is a MUST read. Also, the speech is divided into sections for easy-to-find interests. Have a nice day.

Category: Politics/Debate, Middle East, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Iran, Darfur, Sudan and The UN.

Monday, September 18, 2006

Dear Muslims

We seem to be at a point in time where you are asking that free speech be banned. I strongly and firmly condemn that idea. I shall not be silenced.

Do you have some grievances? I don't doubt that you do. Do I have some grievances? Yes, I do. I am VERY OFFENDED that you are murdering my Christian brothers and sisters.

We keep hearing that Islam is a religion of peace. Let me explain one thing that you may have overlooked. "Your actions are speaking so loud that I cannot hear your words."

If you keep burning down my Lord's Churches and Synogues, YOU are the ones asking for violence. You promote it. You murder anyone who disagrees with you. Well, I've had it. You have not proven to me that you have chosen peace.

I happen to know, for example, that it is okay in your religion to lie to someone who is not in your religion so that your treaties are no good. This is unacceptable. You also lie and murder amongst yourselves. Shame on you!

If you want us to listen to you, we have some demands:
Stop the honor killings.
Put down your swords.
Turn in the terrorists.
Pledge allegience to the western country in which you live.
Stop murdering.
Stop burning Churches.
Stop burning Synogues.
Stop killing Shiites and Sunnis respectively.
Put down the anger, pick up dialogue.
Don't ever attack our Pope again. You could find yourself dead in his defense.
Denounce Osama bin Laden, al Qaeda, Hizbollah, Hamas, and all terrorists groups that come from your religion.
There are too many differences dividing us which need not be there. You have created them, it is up to you to bring that wall down.

Tear down this wall.

Category: Misc. 2.

'Islamic Extremist Calls For Pope's Death'

Courtesy of Jay at Stop the ACLU: War On Terror, News

Apologies are not enough for to appease the hearts of Islamic extremists. Apparantly nothing is. Burning down churches wasn’t enough. Martyring a nun by shooting her in the back was not enough. No, for some the bloodlust can not be quenched without making the Pope into a martyr as well.

A notorious Muslim extremist told a demonstration in London yesterday that the Pope should face execution.

Anjem Choudary said those who insulted Islam would be “subject to capital punishment”.

His remarks came during a protest outside Westminster Cathedral on a day that worldwide anger among Muslim hardliners towards Pope Benedict XVI appeared to deepen.

The irony of the reaction by the Islamic extremist mobs needs not be ignored. I’m not sure whether or not the Pope deliberately through down the guantlet but his words did turn out to be prophetic and the truth. I really don’t see any reason why the pope should apologize and retreat. The only thing that should be regretted is that the central theme of his speech, that of reason and peaceful dialogue, was completely and willfully ignored. In the Islamic extremist animal mind, jihad was the “reasonable” answer.

An Iraqi militant group led by al Qaeda vowed a war against the “worshippers of the cross” in response to a recent speech by Pope Benedict on Islam that sparked anger across the Muslim world.

“We tell the worshipper of the cross (the Pope) that you and the West will be defeated, as is the case in Iraq, Afghanistan, Chechnya,” said an Internet statement by the Mujahideen Shura Council, an umbrella group led by Iraq’s branch of al Qaeda.

“We shall break the cross and spill the wine. … God will (help) Muslims to conquer Rome. … God enable us to slit their throats, and make their money and descendants the bounty of the mujahideen,” said the statement.

Hmmm. Doesn’t seem like they are interested in dialouge. I’m glad I wasn’t the only one that Noticed the irony in all of this.

THE Archbishop of Sydney has drawn a link between Islamists and violence, a strident attempt to defend the Pope just as the pontiff tries to hose down Muslim anger around the world.

Cardinal George Pell says “the violent reactions in many parts of the Islamic world” to a speech by Pope Benedict justified one of the main fears expressed by the world’s Catholic leader.

“They showed the link for many Islamists between religion and violence, their refusal to respond to criticism with rational arguments, but only with demonstrations, threats and actual violence,” Cardinal Pell said in a statement yesterday.


Dan Riehl has a video to help you ponder the question of whether Islam is a religion of peace or a legion of terror.

Atlass Shrugs looks at giving terrorists rights. Political News and Blog Aggregator linked with Iraq al-Qaida Says Pope, West Are Doomed

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Sunday, September 17, 2006

GWB v McCain: Voice Your Opinion Tonight on NS

Tonight there will be a three hour debate on who has a better plan to keep us safer. Will it be President Bush? Will it be John McCain? Or maybe a Democrat? Voice your opinion tonight between 7-10pm EST on Pundit Review's Radio Program. (You should really read their article they've put up about this discussion. It's great!)

You may reach them by dialing 877-469-4322. You may listen to Kevin and Gregg by streamlining WRKO.

Matt, from, will also be able to give his weekly, "Someone You Should Know" segment at 9pm. Do not miss this! (You should also go out and buy his newly released book, "The Blog of War."

PS. Did you know Gregg has also written a book? Why yes he did! His book is, Conservative Comebacks to Liberal Lies from A-Z.

Also, if they ask you to register in order to listen streamlining, go ahead. It's free. :)

Category: Radio Shows.

Saturday, September 16, 2006

National Strategy for Victory in Iraq

There have been many questions asked as to whether or not President Bush actually has a plan as far as Operation Iraqi Freedom is concerned. Yes, he does. Here it is:

"The following document articulates the broad strategy the President set forth in 2003 and provides an update on our progress as well as the challenges remaining."

"The United States has no intention of determining the precise form of Iraq's new government. That choice belongs to the Iraqi people. Yet, we will ensure that one brutal dictator is not replaced by another. All Iraqis must have a voice in the new government, and all citizens must have their rights protected.

Rebuilding Iraq will require a sustained commitment from many nations, including our own: we will remain in Iraq as long as necessary, and not a day more."

Table of Contents
Executive Summary.

PART I Strategic Overview.
  • Victory in Iraq Defined
  • Victory in Iraq is a Vital U.S. Interest
  • The Benefits of Victory in Iraq
  • The Consequences of Failure
  • Our Enemies and Their Goals
  • The Strategy of Our Enemies
  • Our Strategy for Victory is Clear A. The Political Track (Isolate, Engage,
  • Build)B. The Security Track (Clear, Hold, Build)C. The Economic Track (Restore, Reform, Build)
  • This Strategy is Integrated, and its Elements are Mutually Reinforcing
    Victory Will Take Time
    Why Our Strategy Is (and Must Be) Conditions-Based
  • Our Strategy Tracks and Measures Progress
PART II Strategy in Detail.
  • The Political Track in Detail
  • The Security Track in Detail
  • The Economic Track in detail
  • Organization for Victory
  • The Eight Pillars
This is for all of you who thought he did not have a strategy and those who knew he did. It is spelled out nicely here, and the date on it is November 2005. It has been revised, and it will continue to be revised. However, the basic principles will remain. Have a nice day.

Category: Constitutional Issues.

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

APEC calls for greater currency flexibility

Pacific Rim finance ministers address exchange rates and global imbalances; work towards reviving world trade talks.

The Asian economies have been holding their monies steady while at the same time they were ignoring the changes in the strength of same monies. This was an unfair trade business, and this is also one of the reasons we have such a deficit in trade matters. The USA has been after China to reestablish the actual rate of currency so as to be fair.
APEC, which says it accounts for about 47 percent of all world trade, believes its 21 economies can influence the Doha round of World Trade Organization talks that collapsed in July over disagreements on subsidies.
Oh really? If they create 46% of the wealth, why are they asking us for money? Hmm? Why is it the USA who always has to bend over so they can suck our monetary teat? [Read the whole article.]

Editor's Note: I am a proud American who supports my country. If my writings should reveal this, you should at least know why. I am not a global writer. I am an American. I write as an American, I live as an American, I see as an American.

If you would care to read what an American writes, you have come to the correct place. If you expect me to write without passion, you've come to the wrong place. I try to write factually through the eyes of an American. Not German, nor French, nor Chinese, nor Saudi Arabian. American all the way, and proud of it. Thank you, and have a nice day.

If that link does not work, try this one.

Category: Economics and Policies.

Monday, September 11, 2006

Iranians and September 11, 2001

I still do not have the words, but many have a voice I can use. There is one man whom I admire. His site is The Spirit of Man, and he has written a post with the words I could never had put together.

Here is an excerpt:
In the morning of 12th of Sept. all leaves were cancelled and there was a briefing for all to stand by for further orders. For couple of weeks, there was no "Death to America" in the daily routines and ceremonies all over the country.


Five years after that tragedy, I still can not fathom how a group of evil human beings can kill massive numbers of innocent people in one single day. 5 years after that horrible day, I still can not hide my anger at the Islamic radicals who kill people indiscriminately around the world in the name of their fake religion. Five years after 9/11 I am wondering why terrorism sponsor governments such as Iran and Syria are still in power. [Read the whole article]

The Iranian people are the ones who held vigils for our dead and suffering. They were beaten and punished for this, but they did it anyway. We must stand with them now in their struggle for freedom from their evil mullahs and government.

Thank you, Winston, for providing me with the words.

Category: (Freedom) America and Iran.

Editorial from a Romanian newspaper, 9/24/2001

My brother seems to think I work magic with these sites, and I think he works magic with his programs. I am no more wiser than he. It would just seem that way due to my curiousity. lol. Which leads me to this.

He has found this amazing article that was written two days after listening to the celebrity marathon in New York City for the victims of 9/11/2001. It was written by Mr. Cornel Nistorescu, the managing director of the daily newspaper Evenimentul Zilei — News of the Day. [Read the rest of this article.]

Sunday, September 10, 2006

Darfur: Will we allow the genocide to continue?

September 9, 2006, 30 brave souls of the 300-500 who demonstrated outside of the White House were arrested. One of them was Jay, the person I interviewed. They were seeking something. What were they seeking? They were seeking 24,000 peacekeepers with a Chapter 7 mandate.

The people of Darfur who will surely die if the AU, which is scheduled to leave this month, if no true peacekeepers in larger numbers with a Chapter 7 mandate comes to their aid. [Read the whole article.]

PR: We haven't forgotten

Have you ever wondered what happened to the unity we all shared right after that tragic day? Tonight, Gregg and Kevin will take a look back to that awful day. They will examine what happened to us, our political parties, and the facts. The evidence as we all saw with our own eyes. Can we allow the media to deceive us?

At 7pm EST, Pundit Review will be providing sounds from that day. Try to remember where you were, how you felt, what you thought.

At 8pm EST, one of the most influential members of the new media, Scott Johnson of Powerline. He will be discussing what happened that day, what went right, what went wrong. He will also discuss the emergence of the blogosphere.

At 9pm EST, we will turn our attention to Matt from Blackfive. He will bring us his weekly "Someone You Should Know." We will also be discussing Matt's new book (which I already have in my possession!), "The Blog of War."
What is Pundit Review Radio?
Pundit Review Radio is where the old media meets the new. Each week Kevin and Gregg give voice to the work of the most influential leaders in the new media/citizen journalist revolution. Hailed as “Groundbreaking” by Talkers Magazine, this unique show brings the best of the blogs to your radio every Sunday evening from 7-10pm EST on AM680 WRKO, Boston’s Talk Leader.
You may listen to the program by streamlining here. May all of your loved be safely with you. If you are not geographically close, may they be close in your hearts.


Category: Radio Shows.

Saturday, September 09, 2006

AP has a spy

In 2000, an AP associate gave intelligence to Saddam Hussein. Please visit The America Thinker. H/t: LGF.

Category: Terrorism, Media and Iraq.

Micco for Congress

Ret. Sgt. Vincent Micco of New Jersey's 9th District will be running against Congressman Steve Rothman in this upcoming election.

Sgt. Micco is an Operation Iraqi Freedom Veteran. He disagrees with Congressman Rothman, who has chosen to follow in Murtha's footsteps. He believes Iraq may one day be a wonderful ally.

There is more information in an e-mail I received from Ronald Kessler. I have rewritten that letter with the information over here. Thank you.

Category: Congress.

Sudan Frees Reporter

Paul Salopek was released from a prison in northern Darfur, Sudan, around 6pm tonight. As a journalist working for National Geographic, Paul found himself in jail on espionage charges for writing "false" stories.

His hearing lasting all of 13 minutes, and the judge said, "We are stopping the case and we are releasing you right now. And that is all."

This is great news for free speech in general and Paul in specific. He was picked up by Governor Bill Richardson of New Mexico and his wife who had accompanied him to plead with Bashir for Paul's release. To read the whole article, please click on the title: Tribune newspaper: Sudan frees ace reporter.

Category: Darfur, Sudan.

Friday, September 08, 2006

News Around the World-9/8/2006

India may grab a mere 30 seconds in the news, but there is much more to this article that could possibly be covered in such a short-sighted exploit. I have five articles that are in the news which may not receive the significant attention they deserve. This is why I am writing about these article.

First of all, Darfur, Sudan is in grave danger. The Sudanese army is planning to wipe them off the map, or so it would appear. How else could you explain dropping bombs on whole villages just to get rid of a few people who disagree with you?
"Millions of people are already at grave risk," said Antonio Guterres, the U.N. high commissioner for refugees. "Hundreds are still dying amid ongoing violence, and thousands are still being forcibly displaced."

Sudanese government forces on Aug. 28 launched a major offensive believed to involve thousands of troops backed by bomber aircraft and helicopter gunships in a bid to flush out rebel strongholds in the troubled western region. [Read the whole article.]
Next we have have an article about Iran, the USA, and the UN. This is unbelievable. Why are we wasting time? Why are we not funding the pro-Western, pro-Democracy groups? Why are they not coming together? Could it be because of our stupid State Department's stupid policy of allowing ex-presidents from countries we consider the worst sponsers of terrorism? Hmm...
Speaking a day after meeting fellow political directors from Germany, Britain, France, China and Russia in Berlin, Burns said more talks on Iran would take place over the phone on Monday.

"The American view is that following these discussions on Monday and perhaps some others early next week, we should move this to the Security Council and draft a (sanctions) resolution," he told reporters. [Read the whole article]
Can you understand why the people in Iran that have been working so hard for their freedom are losing faith in America? Our actions speak louder than words. The State Department needs to go. It is doing more harm than our enemies.

Pakistan has had a successful intelligence payload. They have captured some weapons being smuggled into their country from Afghanistan. These weapons were supposedly to be used for sabotage purposes.
The official, who declined to [be] identified, said the action was taken following an intelligence tip-off that arms and ammunition were being smuggled into southwestern Baluchistan province for sabotage activities.

The cache included six RPG rocket launchers and an anti-tank mine as well as mortar bombs, hand grenades and a machine gun. [Read the whole article.]
Many people have lost their lives in this area over the past few years.

Another attack has brought India to high alert to keep the peace in her country. This attact was against a highly Muslim population, possibly to frighten them from having peace within India.
NASHIK, India - Two bombs rigged to bicycles tore through a crowd of Muslim worshippers leaving Friday afternoon prayers at a mosque, killing 31 people and injuring 100 in what a top official called "a terrorist act".

Authorities clamped a curfew over the western city of Malegaon, which has a long history of violence between Muslims and Hindus, to stop revenge attacks. Past sectarian attacks have set off spiraling violence. [...]

Pasricha told reporters that "the motive appears to be to create panic and make Hindus and Muslims fight with each other." [Read the whole article.]
They have seen many years of violence in this area. India is hoping to avoid any retaliations.

Here is a prior article about the same story.

Category: Darfur, Sudan, Chad, USA, Iran, The UN, Pakistan and India.

Thursday, September 07, 2006

Bin Laden Preps for 9/11

Courtesy of Homeland Security, National Terror Alert Center:

Video: Osama Bin Laden Preparing 9/11 Attacks
The Arab television channel Al-Jazeera broadcast a video which it said showed Osama bin Laden and suicide candidates of Al-Qaeda preparing the September 11, 2001 attacks against the United States.

Al-Jazeera had said earlier it would broadcast “a video that included scenes showing for the first time Al-Qaeda leaders preparing the September 11 attacks and practicing for their execution.”

The video showed Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and two of the 19 Islamist militants that took part in the attacks, Saudi nationals Hamza el-Ramdi and Wael el-Shemari. For the resto of the story: Read More

Also reported at CNN:

Bin Laden, 9/11 hijackers in newly released video
For the first time, a video has been released showing al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden meeting with suspected terrorist Ramzi Binalshibh, purportedly as they ...

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Category: Terrorism and News.

Monday, September 04, 2006

They Keep the Homefront Safer...

I have a round up of several very good articles that you won't hear about from the press.

The first article is about training on the job. You wouldn't know...oh, I'll let you find out. Wow. It gripped me.

The second one is pleasing to me. After years, decades of Saddam, the infrastructure of Iraq is in awful shape. This article brings good news about the completion of something. What? You'll have to read it! :)

Next we have one of those stories that is familiar to almost all of us. Have you ever met someone halfway around the world only to find out they live in the same area you do? Meet these four gentlemen.

This is an article about Iraqi Guard and how they are protecting their own homefront. It is very worthy article.

This is the one that is the best, in my humble opinion. This is one of things I would prefer to see more prominently on the TV screen. Our men have deserved these, and we should know why. What happened? Who are you? When did this happen? Did you save any lives? Nothing from press leaves such a deep whole. It just is not fair.

Well, I hope this is enough to keep you busy for a while. I had such a good time putting it together for you. Thank you. God bless America and our Military!

Category: (Military) DVIDSHub and (Military) News.

Sunday, September 03, 2006

Brits arrest 16 in anti-terror plot

These 16 do not appear at this time to have any connection with the airline plot or the tunnel explosions. Fox News has the story.

Category: United Kingdom and Terrorism.

No. 2 al-Qaeda in Iraq Arrested

It has been reported that Hamed Jumaa Farid al-Saeedi, known as Abu Humam or Abu Rana, has been arrested about three days ago, reports Mouwaffak al-Rubaie of the Iraqi Authority.
He was the No. 2 in al-Qaida in Iraq after slain leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, al-Rubaie said. He was also responsible for the person who carried out the bombing of a Shiite shrine in Samarra in February, he said.

"He's the second man in the organization," al-Rubaie said. [Continue reading]
While the AP claims that this bombing of the Mosque caused tensions between Sunnies and Shiites, this is not the case.

This brought everyone together against the terrorists, and now the terrorists have little sactuary. Well they are still lethal, they are no longer welcomed in many of the places they used to hide.

Category: Iraq and Terrorism.

Friday, September 01, 2006

Pentagon: Missile interceptor test successful

Boy, you can really count on these guys, eh? The most important parts of this artice are spread out. Here is how I would have written it:
Washington Rosemary - In a successful Missile Defense exercise using live targets in the Pacific Rim Friday, a target missile was launched from Kodiak, Alaska. This is the first time the ground-based interceptor missile was launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in central California. Previous launches have been from the Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands.
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Written by CNN.

RWB Contest for Writers of Blogs

It is that time again when Reporters Without Borders (RWB) has it's annual search across the world to find blogs that defend free speech. This is a very good group of writers, columnists, authors, etc, that do their best to make sure that censure does not occur in your country.

Here is an e-mail announcing their competition:
Like last year, Reporters Without Borders is joining in the Best of the Blogs (BOBS) competition being organised by the German public broadcaster Deutsche Welle. We are asking Internet users to propose blogs (in any language) that defend press freedom. The "Reporters Without Borders" prize last year went to Egyptian Manal Alaa's Bit Bucket ( Awards also went to the blog of Chinese citizen Wang Yi (shut down by the authorities) and the blog of Tunisian Mokhtar Yahyaoui (temporarily closed).

To propose a blog, write to [internet at] by 30 September with a brief description of the blog you like.

For more information about the competition, go to:
Personally, I believe this is a worthy group of people. They may lean a little to the left, but what good is it if everyone wrote to the right? We need all writers, all voices, all opinions, and certainly we need freedom of the press. Along with freedom comes certain responsibilities. As long as these are honored, readers can depend on the credibility of the author.

They have also made it possible for people to write anonymously. These sites may be in countries such as China, Iran, etc. that censure their people and the news. This is one of the reasons why it is with great pleasure we bring you this news. If you know of anyone who writes about keeping the press free, please pass their blog along to the information above. Thank you, and have a censure free day. :)

Category: (Freedom) Speech and Media.