Around the Web

From around the web:

  • Religious extremist and Bush regime top domestic policy advisor has been charged with felony theft. Evidently the Bush regime knew about this for over a month and attempted to cover it up by lying. Surprised? This is the same guy that Bush attempted to make a federal judge for life.
  • The movie “Valley of the Wolves” looks interesting:

    Created from well-known accounts of real events, the principal scene in “Valley of the Wolves” shows ruthless U.S. soldiers shooting up a wedding party in Iraq, butchering women and children, and then reveling in it, like they were slaughtering beings whom they regarded as less than human. Wonder where that idea came from?

  • This is why democracy is bad. (update: satire alert)
  • US media: No One Knows How Many Iraqis Have Died via More Liberty. Foreign media: Over 250,000 Slaughtered.
  • Ron Paul warns of International Taxes imposd by the U.N.
  • Patriot Act now used for futile war on drugs.
  • Almost like they were following step-by-step instructions in a procedure manual, the Bush regime is touting war with Iran.
  1. With respect to the PATRIOT act… the other day I heard a soundclip of the President saying how great it was that it was renewed so that they could apprehend terrorists and drug dealers. He may have even said “neighborhood drug dealers” or something to that effect, if I remember correctly.

    … wasn’t the PATRIOT act sold to everyone as being stickly used to only go after terrorists. In fact, I remember Sean Hannity telling me that over and over and over. So now, the drug war is part of it? LOL. Of course I am playing dumb, as it was obvious the drug war would be part of it from the get go.

    I like the geography game. Fun stuff. I call my attitude towards Americans as compassionate contempt. I am going to get my camera and play that game now!

  2. Mike – it’s bad enough when traditional partisans quote unsupported facts to bolster their cases, but we can do better. The Canadian? Did you read the methodology? You don’t have to be Steven Levitt to see the holes in those numbers. I know you posted the link to the AP story as well, but really – aren’t real verifiable facts good enough to make the case?

  3. John Kaminski likes Valley of the Wolves because it’s a nice piece of Moslem anti-semitism, and–if you follow the links to his essays–he’s an anti-Semite pure and simple. I’m sorry to see him cited in anything that appears in H.O.T.

  4. Umm, the video of “Next country to invade?” is satire. Please read the scrolling text along the bottom.