Thursday, March 22, 2007

Israeli Attack on USS Liberty

In the second deadliest attack on the US navy since WWII, Israeli fighter jets and torpedo boats launched a co-ordinated assault against a US Navy Intelligence Ship in international waters. They killed 34 men and wounded another 173. These are the stories of those who survived.

Gogol Bordello - Illumination-- Leeds 2006

George W. Bush's Ides of March

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

'Silent victims': What will become of Iraq's children?

Grizzly APC

Blackwater presents the GRIZZLY™ – the world’s only Armored Personnel Carrier intended to counter the most lethal threats in the modern urban combat environment.

Friday, March 16, 2007

Perpetual war portfolio:

Which companies make the killing machines?

Thursday, March 15, 2007

TIMELINE: Four Years Of War In Iraq

According to the sources, CIA officers who subjected themselves to the water boarding technique lasted an average of 14 seconds before caving in. They said al Qaeda's toughest prisoner, Khalid Sheik Mohammed, won the admiration of interrogators when he was able to last between two and two-and-a-half minutes before begging to confess.

Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Bush Scandal for Dummies

Bush fired a US Attorney who was investigating his best pal Abramoff, who was lobbying on behalf of sweatshop owners engaged in sexual slavery.
Read more here

Secret service men stand down prior to the Kennedy assasination

And here, John F Kennedy talks about the plague of secret societies.

Friday, March 09, 2007

Stations Agree on Anti-Payola Settlement

The broadcasters represent four of the six largest radio firms in the U.S. and own a combined total of 1,653 stations. The cash breakdown on the settlement is Entercom, $4 million; Clear Channel, $3.5 million; Citadel, $2 million; CBS, $3 million.