fix articles 296380, sinclair
Audio: What's Wrong with the TPP? 27 min (tags)
Public interest regulations are threatened. Philip Morris is suing Australia and Uruguay for lost profits. Who gets to make decisions and who has influence? The cost of drugs in Canada is a major complication.
Obama's Accuser and the Surreal Scene at the NPC (tags)
The fur was flying fast and furiously at the National Press Club on June 18, 2008. Larry Sinclair was in town--the bete noire of U.S. Sen. Barrack Obama (D-IL). After making an opening statement, the media ripped into Sinclair, challenging just about every aspect of his anti-Obama yarn. It wasn’t a good day for the accuser. He was also arrested after his spiel by the DC cops and turned over to two Federal Marshals on an outstanding Delaware warrant.
Liberal Extortion Tactics (tags)
Despite all their idealistic rhetoric about "tolerance," liberals are among the most intolerant individuals.
So Many Herrings, So Little Time (tags)
To fish or not to fish, that is the question in this soon-to-end Rovian era. Just know this: If it looks easy to catch, then there is a catch. For more details about how to spot a keeper from a cropper, read on.
1,000 DEAD AMERICAN SOLDIERS (tags)
On January 11, 2004 we ran an article titled "BUSH CALCULATES Killed In Action Numbers." The article began with: This goes beyond politics. Bush and the Bush Administration have actually calculated the number of dead service men and women they believe the American public will accept. The discussions revolved around how many casualties can be incurred in the Iraqi War without a back lash that would affect Bush’s popularity and reappointment campaign.
Sinclair Broadcasting's David Smith Busted In Prostitution Sting (tags)
[THIS IS THE GUY WHO BANNED THE 'NIGHTLINE' BROADCAST OF K.I.A. SOLDIERS IN 8 CITIES LAST NIGHT, AND WROTE A LETTER DEFENDING HIS DECISION TO SEN. JOHN MCCAIN.]
Nightline: War Dead Reading , Censored in 24% of U.S.A. (tags)
24% of the US tv market will not hear Ted Kopel read off the names of American war dead. Sinclair Broadcasting (which gave Bush $130,000) is censoring it because it paints the war in an unfavorable light.
Backin' the U.S., eh (tags)
"I have no problem with people protesting US government initiatives, resisting US junk culture, and doubting US claims to be nothing but a force for good and right everywhere;I have a big problem with people pretending to be untainted by US pluralism..