fix articles 220187, senate ethics committee
Scotland's Referendum: Fair or Foul Play? (tags)
Hagel and Brennan Nominations (tags)
Senator Feinstein's Iraq Conflict (tags)
As a member of the Military Construction Appropriations subcommittee, Sen. Feinstein voted for appropriations worth billions to her husband's firms
Virginia Sen. Allen didn't disclose stock options as rules required (tags)
Do your really think Congress can police its self and stop corruption. No way! Congress by the defination of government is corrupt
The Son of Man (tags)
THE SON OF MAN / / Anybody who supports George W. Bush is my ENEMY. George W. Bush committed 9/11 with his buddy, General Ahmad who funded the mastermind ring leader. That's according to the FBI. Any bushite who gets in my way, who says that isn't the case, I WILL KILL. \ \ / / Mr. Sattler, if you don't want US to arrest those responsible for 9/11, don't you thing we Americans should kill you? \ \
A special broadcast for the bushite nazi grunts (tags)
The reasons why, US true Christ like Patriot Warriors kill the enemy bushite for God and Freedom in America.
Bush Making an Issue of Kerry’s Military Service Is Dumber Than--Well, Anything, Rea (tags)
Why would a president who did everything he could to not put on a uniform during wartime but couldn’t wait to don one years later as the most protected person on Earth, cast aspersions about a guy who volunteered to wear one in Vietnam and upon arriving back home as a decorated vet did everything he could to help other soldiers take theirs off? For more details about the Bush Baby’s last-gasp grasp at a straw man, read on.
Thom Hartmann: 'Want to win an election? Just control the voting machines' (tags)
You'd think in an open democracy that the government - answerable to all its citizens rather than a handful of corporate officers and stockholders - would program, repair, and control the voting machines. You'd think the computers that handle our cherished ballots would be open and their software and programming available for public scrutiny. You'd think there would be a paper trail of the vote, which could be followed and audited if a there was evidence of voting fraud or if exit polls disagreed with computerized vote counts. You'd be wrong.