Thursday, September 14, 2006

Round up...

Anthrax victim's widow says government may know who killed husband --Palm Beach Post

9/11 Live or Fabricated: Do the NORAD Tapes Verify the 9/11 Commission Report? (David Ray Griffin)

IAEA: U.S. report on Iran's nuclear plan 'outrageous and dishonest' --Haaretz & Reuters

Novak Accuses Plame Source Of Distortion --The Washington Post
"In an unusual column that appears today, Novak says his initial source, former deputy secretary of state Richard L. Armitage, was more sure of Plame's ties to the CIA than the source has indicated. Novak adds that Armitage linked her directly to her husband's CIA-sponsored trip to Niger and suggested the disclosure would be a good item for Novak's column.

This differs from Armitage's assertions last week that his disclosure was made in an offhand manner and that he did not know why Plame's husband was sent to Niger."
West responsible for extremism: Musharraf --ANI

Bush Tells Barnes Capturing Bin Laden Is 'Not A Top Priority' --Think Progress

Official Touts Nonlethal Weapons for Use --AP
"Nonlethal weapons such as high-power microwave devices should be used on American citizens in crowd-control situations before they are used on the battlefield, the Air Force secretary said Tuesday.

Domestic use would make it easier to avoid questions in the international community over any possible safety concerns, said Secretary Michael Wynne."
Starving the People To Feed the Cars --The Washington Post (Good to see Lester Brown staying on the ball and spreading the word. I just hope people start waking up. In my opinion, this is one of the biggest obstacles we face in regards to the energy dilemma.)

Ten big news stories you aren't hearing --Market Watch


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