Thursday, September 28, 2006

Round up...

Earth's temperature nears million-year high --Reuters

Al Qaeda gains recruits from Iraq war: UN study --Reuters

The 9/11 Report and Ali Mohamed, Al Qaeda's Chief Terrorism Trainer --Peter Dale Scott via

Most Iraqis Favor Immediate U.S. Pullout, Polls Show --The Washington Post

New Poll Says Majority of Iraqis Approve of Attacks on U.S. Forces --ABC News

Afghan suicide bombers soar as Taliban blame outsiders --The Herald

Congressman Wants FBI Anthrax Briefing --AP (Interesting how this common 'conspiracy theory' prevented an investigation of the real suspects, don't you think?)
"In his letter to Mueller, Holt said the FBI's failure to determine what kind of anthrax was used meant that 'resources were diverted and countless agents wasted their time investigating a small pool of suspects, instead of the broader search we now know was needed.'

...Beecher recently wrote an article in a scientific journal saying there was 'a widely circulated misconception" that the anthrax spores were made using additives and sophisticated engineering akin to military weapons production.'"
CIA Mole Killed in Basra --Kurt Nimmo

Second NIE Covered Up? --MSNBC via Crooks & Liars

Emergency Paper Ballot Legislation Introduced in Senate
--Brad Blog

Emergency Paper Ballot Legislation Introduced in House --Brad Blog

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. on Hardball --MSNBC via YouTube


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