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Archive for June, 2007

Supreme Court hands down THREE Split decisions in one day.
Age imbalance between factions now serious issue.

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  NOTE: Register to post comments and receive e-mail notification every time this Blog is updated! The U.S. Supreme Court handed down no less than THREE historic 5-4 split decisions Thursday, two of which fell in the Conservative direction and one falling for the Progressives. Dependable Conservative Justices Thomas, Alito, Roberts and Scalia all voted […]

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June 29, 2007
Posted in: Politics

Debunking the Four Basic 9/11 Conspiracy Myths

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 I know it seems like a stale topic, but thanks to the (2008) Republican Presidential race, the subject is rearing its ugly head again. Earlier this past week, Presidential non-candidate Fred Thompson once again bravely stood up to his opponents from the safety of behind his desk and lobbed insults worthy of a twelve year […]

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June 21, 2007
Posted in: fake scandals, mystery, myth busting, Politics, Rants, Seems Obvious to Me, Terrorism

Look out Iran! As predicted, U.S. rejects Russian offer to relocate European missile shield. (Told ya so!)

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  NOTE: Register to post comments and receive e-mail notification every time this Blog is updated! A shade over a week ago, I theorized why the Bush Administration suddenly chose *now* to put a “missile defense shield” in Europe in the Russian border state of the Czech Republic: With all that is going on it […]

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June 15, 2007
Posted in: Politics

Under the Radar: National Debt Now Affecting National Security. U.S. returns $20Million in North Korean drug/gun money.

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  NOTE: Register to post comments and receive e-mail notification every time this Blog is updated! Arguably, this is not new… foreign policy being dictated by our debt. The Republican tax cuts, obscene spending and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan all on borrowed money has pushed our National Debt past the $8 Trillion dollar […]

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June 15, 2007
Posted in: Politics

Why did Bush tick off Putin with sudden threat of European Missile Shield?

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  NOTE: Register to post comments and receive e-mail notification every time this Blog is updated! You’ve probably heard this past week about a possible “resurrection of the Cold War” thanks to President Bush’s impetuous suggestion of putting a new “missile defense shield” over the NATO countries in Europe. Russian President Putin naturally saw this […]

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June 8, 2007
Posted in: Politics