Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Round up...

Ex-military officers criticize Rumsfeld --AP (Full video here, requires Real Player)

Army Warns Rumsfeld It's Billions Short --LA Times
"According to a senior Army official involved in budget talks, Schoomaker is now seeking $138.8 billion in 2008, nearly $25 billion above budget limits originally set by Rumsfeld. The Army's budget this year is $98.2 billion, making Schoomaker's request a 41% increase over current levels."
Proposal to carve up Iraq moves forward --AP

Torture Victim Had No Terror Link, Canada Told US --The New York Times (This case illustrates exactly why the 'compromise bill' will be ineffective. The legislation is nothing but a political tool for fake 'Rebel Republicans'.)

Sources complain of US involvement in Afghan opium trade --Wayne Madsen Report (Sept. 24/25)

Disinformation used to diffuse controversy regarding Pakistan-Taliban relations --Wayne Madsen Report (Sept. 24/25) (Ruppert concurs)

CIA paid millions for Al-Qaeda prisoners: Musharraf --AFP

Losing Afghanistan --Newsweek

'SLINGIN MUD' --Tampa Bay Scene via Brad Blog (Curtis/Feeney/Lemme/vote-rigging software story gets coverage.)


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