Sep 09

Report Warns of Terrorists’ ‘Great Ramadan Offensive’

His first messages, on Sept. 9 and Nov. 9 of 2004, preceded the Dec. 6, 2004 attack on the U.S. consulate in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Feb. 20 and June 17, 2005 video messages by Zawahiri preceded the July 7 series of bombings in London. A third set of messages – on Aug. 4 and Sept. 1 – also creates cause for concern, Brown contends.
“If the pattern that has been outlined holds true,” says Brown, “then al Qaeda is very likely about to launch a new major or series of major attacks within the next month.”
Copley agreed, telling Cybercast News Service that, “I think Europe is going to be a prime target, but I think there’s no question the U.S. is very much on the schedule.
“There will be big things happening over the next few months,” he added.
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Sep 08

IN KATRINA’S WAKE: Another homosexual parade

Another homosexual parade after hurricane devastation:
“The idea that human beings are continuing to party while hundreds of thousands of fellow citizens are starving, dying and suffering from a multitude of sicknesses brings into focus the real lack of judgment that these constant advocates of special gay rights demonstrate in a time of crisis,” Hartline said. “They want marriage, adoption and special protections, due to their alleged ‘vicitimizations at the hands of unfair laws,’ and yet the Southern Decadence partiers are the best examples of those who are truly victimizing the most vulnerable of America’s citizenry.”
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Mar 09

Dan Rathers Take down by the Bloggers

Johnson of “Power Line” – Time magazine’s “Blog of the Year” – discuss their role in exposing the fraudulent “60 Minutes II” report last September regarding President Bush’s Air National Guard service….  In addition to the regular news, there were touching stories describing Rather’s prior broadcasts and news coverage and included this statement by the retiring anchor: “Not long after I first came to the anchor chair I briefly signed off using the word ‘courage.’

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