March 30, 2008
Democrat Gravel leaves part, citing ?. . . corporate interests that control what we read and hear in the media.?
March 26, 2008
One-time Democratic candidate Mike Gravel is leaving the Democratic Party, accusing it of “work[ing] in tandem with the corporate interests that control what we read and hear in the media.”
March 26, 2008
After receiving many requests from our clients, we are bringing Brigadier General (Res.) Shalom Harari to the U.S. to conduct a one-of-a-kind seminar on “Extremism and Politics in the Muslim World”. The seminar will be held in Las Vegas on May 12-13, 2008.
Those of you who attended one of Harari’s lectures or seminars know that rarely could you find someone with such intimate knowledge of the Arab and Muslim world, the extremist organizations that operate from with in it and the influences of Arab and Muslim culture and religion on the politics of the Middle East and the World.
EXTREMISM & POLITICS IN THE MUSLIM WORLD – May 12-13, 2008 – Las Vegas, NV
An in-depth look at the political, cultural and religious
Influences on today’s Islamic and Arab society
March 23, 2008
A series of rockets or mortars have been fired into the heavily-fortified Green Zone in the centre of Baghdad.
Smoke rose from buildings after a sustained barrage of fire early on Sunday morning.
The Green Zone is home to the Iraqi government HQ, the US and UK embassies, and thousands of American troops.
It was not immediately clear where the rockets or mortars landed. Initial reports suggest there were no deaths or major casualties.
As Sunday’s attack hit, the US public address system warned people “to duck and cover” and to stay away from windows.
Previous rocket attacks on the Green Zone have been blamed on rogue elements of Moqtada Sadr’s Mehdi Army militia.
Moqtadr Sadr renewed a ceasefire for his militia last month.
March 21, 2008
Mrs. Gordon IS NOT asking a specific person be arrested. The Mayor would love if she did that. Instead, she has been constantly asking for five years that the Coral Springs Police do a competent investigation of the 1988 deaths. Leads were not followed, evidence was not analyzed, other jurisdictions’ concerns were ignored, and witnesses at Continental Card were not spoken to.
Listen closely to the tactics the commissioners use to dismiss Mrs. Gordon. You will hear double speak, intimidation, belittling remarks, pre-planning scripts and you will see inattention by the commissioners. SubieSisters
March 20, 2008
“Over much of the past decade, U.S. embassies worldwide have noted an increase in anti-Semitic incidents, such as attacks on Jewish people, property, community institutions, and religious facilities,” the report says.
March 19, 2008
It is easy to hear the disrespect from the Coral Springs commissioners toward anyone who addresses them with a serious problem. To us, this is typical of all local government in the U.S. Susie
March 18, 2008
This video is a continuation of early Coral Springs commission Meetings. This is only the third time Barbara has gone to them to ask for help with the Coral Springs police. She will speak before them over 400 times. SubieSisters
March 15, 2008
March 14, 2008
Although some of this audio is corrupted, it can easily be heard that the Coral Spring police department was influenced by local government to turn a deaf ear to the homicides committed in 1988. SubieSisters
March 13, 2008
This is the first Coral Springs commission meeting Barbara went to pleading for justice for her two slain friends. This is an audio of the meeting. Later on, they were video. SubieSisters
March 10, 2008
This is the first in a series of videos chronicling this woman’s fight for justice of her two murdered friends. The continued videos are the Coral Springs, Florida, commission meetings she went to asking for help for five years. No one helped. SubieSisters
March 10, 2008
This week at the university:
Abraham Diskin, George Washington University, (formerly of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Amb. Urlich Haynes, (former U.S. Ambassador to Algeria)
Col. (ret.) Paul Hughes, United States Institute of Peace (formerly of the Special Initiatives Office for the Office of Reconstruction and Humanitarian Assistance)
Amb. Dennis Jett, University XXXXXXXXXX (former U.S. Ambassador to Mozambique and Peru and other posts in the Middle East)
Stephen Sloan, Terrorism Studies Program, University XXXXXXXXXXX
Shwan Ziad, Washington Kurdish Institute
Moderated by: Mort Rosenblum, author of Escaping Plato’s Cave: How America’s Blindness to the Rest of the World Threatens Our Survival, and founding editor of Dispatches
March 9, 2008
”… What I have been planning you have already heard individually. My own ardor for action is daily more and more excited when I consider what our lot will be unless we ourselves assert our claims to liberty. Ever since the state has come under the power and jurisdiction of a few, foreign kings and princes have constantly paid them tribute and nations and tribes have paid them taxes. All the rest of us, however brave and worthy, whether noble or plebeian, have been regarded as a mere mob, without influence or authority, and subject to those who in a true state would be afraid of us. Thus all influence, power, honor, and wealth are in their hands or where they choose to bestow them; to us they leave only insults, dangers, persecutions, and poverty. How long, brave comrades, will you submit to such indignities? Is it not better to die in a glorious attempt, than, after having been the sport of other men’s insolence, to lose a miserable and dishonored existence like cowards?” “But success — I call gods and men to witness! — is in our grasp. We are young and our spirit is unbroken, whereas our oppressors are enfeebled by age and wealth. We have only to make a start; the course of events will accomplish the rest.”
March 9, 2008