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North Kore is back on the map

kim jong ilNow that North Korea is back in the news The Daily Show has taken time to explore some of the rhetoric dating back to the beginnings of the Iraq war. Watch now>>

 

 

West Helena, Arkansas an erosion of freedom?

 

Tuesday, March 18, 2008 .

Tuesday, December 11, 2007. As many may know by now, the Golden Compass is about killing God or is it? Check out the interview with Author Phillip Pullman as he sheds light on the controversy that has some crusading against the film.

Tuesday, August 28, 2007. There is always talk of improving education in our nation's schools. Watch the video below to see how Miss South Carolina artfully brings this issue to the forefront.

Circa 1994. Cheney does a great job of explaining why we should not invade Iraq and overthrow Saddam.

Tuesday, September 19, 2006. Filmmaker Robert Greenwald joined Keith tonight to talk about his new movie Iraq for Sale and the egregious war profiteering of Halliburton and subsidiary Kellogg Brown and Root in Iraq.

Saturday, July 16, 2006. Highlights from the G8 summit attendees, press conferences and comments from
President Bush.

Thursday, June 15th, 2006. You know...
There are ignorant people in this world and they can't be tolerated if we are to move forward so for all those tourists and other cheese steak fans that would normally go to Geno's in Philly because it's one of the "landmark" spots please don't because the owner is resistant to change and the food isn't great anyway! The owner of Geno's, Joe Vento has a sign proudly displayed saying: "This is AMERICA ... WHEN ORDERING, 'SPEAK ENGLISH." causing debate locally and nationally.

While people should learn to speak the generally accepted tongue for it's usefulness's sake andit does take time to learn this complex English language and we the people should help the process not stare down in spite at those who may struggle to adjust. What's a few extra signs gonna hurt?

Thursday, May 17, 2006. The man chosen by US President George W Bush to head the CIA has defended a controversial eavesdropping programme launched after the 9/11 attacks.
Full Story on BBC >>

Thursday, May 17, 2006. The GPS technology would be an untenable financial burden on the city's taxi drivers, most of whom don't have any health care and regularly work 15-hour days to make ends meet. Full Story on Philly IMC >>

Wednesday, May 16, 2006. There are times where I say to myself wow, Bush has gotten a bad rap why is there so much focus on his supposed lack of inteligence? Well its probably because video like this pops up on the internet. Apparently CNN cut to speech by President Bush while he was practicing and by the look on his face he was far from prepared.

Wednesday, May 16, 2006. While some will champion Ms. Rice for being a high ranking minority in a government where that's rare, what's the point of being a highly ranked minority if you go down in history as a part of the problem and not the solution. I know Ms. Rice is just doing her job but that job is more than a job. This job is a political statement and like the preceding Secretary of State, Colon Powell, surely should know by now leaves a mark that's hard to rub off.

Question: Does power feel good when a majority of people the United States including those who look like you and your family members suffer in the process?
I guess the answer for some is Hell Yeah!

Friday, March 3, 2006. Who could forget the devestation caused by Hurricane Katrina and the inactivity of the local and federal governments?

In his defence Bush said "I don't think anyone anticipated the breach of the levees." Well new video has emerged showing the President was breifed on the impending doom and that their was a high possibility of the Levees being breeched.

Click here to see the debriefing by then head of FEMA Michael Brown. Watch the video and let us know what you think of this new information on GeoBoards.

Thursday, March 2, 2006

Everyday ports in America are said to be protected...

But things and even people that are illegal somehow make it to our ports, borders and shores on a regular basis. Now President Bush is allowing the sale of shipping operations at six major seaports to a state owned company in the United Arab Emirates to go through, although he claims he was unaware of the pending sale until recently.

This of course is making many people afraid of further terrorism  because, in part, of the fear the administration has fed the masses regarding the Arab people.

How does The President of The United States not know of such major happenings? And what does the money involved in the pending sale have to do with it? Draw your own conclusions and please keep fear of more terrorism to a minimum. It's not like we should have felt protected anyway!

 

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