Tuesday, April 12, 2005

35 years later, hoax claims still haunt Moonshot

Click for Ivan Semeniuk's look at evidence that we really did land on the Moon... Video

By Discoverychannel.ca Staff , April 1, 2005

Pearl, and discussion of Kay Griggs video later in post.

Mr. Joseph Cannon's post seems a perfect example of absolute disinformation / hit piece stuff. And he's probably just an ingnorant citizen, not operative.

Complicated piece.

In fact, both books wander through territory staked out by Herbert Simon fifty years ago when he wrote about "bounded rationality,"[

ISRAELIS were 9-11 short sale stock buyers, betting on WTC terror strikes, story killed...
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Ticket agent says Atta, Alomari were dressed in business suits; surveillance photos don’t match
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“You don’t get the higher echelons,” von Bülow said, referring to the “architectural structure” which masterminds such terror attacks. At this level, he said, the organization doing the planning, such as Mossad or British intelligence, is primarily interested in affecting public opinion.
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IMPORTANT NOTE to the non-corrupted FBI and U.S. Law enforcement agents: If you take a close look at the individuals who are running Guardium, and those behind the three companies who are financing this outfit, and interrogate them in Guantanamo for a few weeks, we will get to the bottom of who pulled of 9/11. I guarantee it.
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The Desperate Wives Interviews are chilling! Technorati Tags: sept11 childsex theJoint Zionism

News Pics

Festival board calls movie 'exceptional'

Why investigate 9/11? The simple answer is because the current administration has failed to do so.
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'Freakonomics': Musings of a 'Rogue Economist'

I'm no Horowitz fan

2:00 pm Update

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Mary Rosh, AKA John Lott, Who is An American Enterprise Institute Shill
for the Gun Lobby Thinks It's Fine Terrorist Suspects Buy 50 Caliber Sniper
Rifles and Other Guns. These Nuts Endanger Our Personal and National Security.
Guns for Terrorists!

How rough has it been? Bush has the lowest approval rating of any president
at this point in his second term, according to Gallup polls going back to
World War II. 4/11

A Time for Organized Dissent -- A BuzzFlash Reader Contribution

Controversial John Bolton Vows To "Work With All" At U.N. -- Verse-Case
Scenario by Tony Peyser

MoveOn Action Alert: Make a Pledge to Stop the Bankruptcy Reform Giveaway

Immoral Prescriptions -- Editorial Cartoon by Tony Peyser

It's Time for a Revolution Rerun -- A BuzzFlash Guest Contribution from
Laura Flanders

The Gun Guys Select an Internet Site of the Month (Satire) 4/11

Report: U.S. forces could leave in two years, the time it will take to rebuild
security forces and defeat the insurgency. Sure, Gotch You. 4/11

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Fundie Nutball James Dobson compares Justices to the KKK
Posted by jefferson_dem
Added to homepage Mon Apr 11th 2005, 03:09 PM ET

In his interview / sick-fuck spewfest with Mark "i'm almost as irritating
as i am ignorant" Levin, James Dobson compares the "men in white robes,
the Ku Klux Klan" to the "black-robed men" on the Supreme Court.

Listen for yourself... but best to have barfbag handy. Cue to 22:50ish.


Thanks to Josh at TPM for the find!

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Bush's Poll Position Is Worst on Record
Posted by UpInArms
Added to homepage Mon Apr 11th 2005, 12:34 PM ET

With apologies to George Tenet, the first 100 days of President Bush's second
term have been no slam-dunk.

How rough has it been? Bush has the lowest approval rating of any president
at this point in his second term, according to Gallup polls going back to
World War II.

Bush's erosion of support among independents in particular has helped bring
his overall approval rating down to 45 percent. Fort-nine percent disapprove
of his performance.

Compare Bush's numbers, as of the most recent Gallup poll, to the previous
six presidents who served second terms:

Clinton: 59 percent approval versus 35 percent disapproval
Reagan: 56 percent versus 37 percent disapproval
Nixon: 57 percent versus 34 percent
Johnson: 69 percent versus 21 percent
Eisenhower: 65 percent versus 20 percent
Truman: 57 percent versus 24 percent


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Iraqi-U.S. Forces Round Up Insurgents

China, India to End Longstanding Dispute

U.S. and Iraqi forces launched their biggest raid in Baghdad in recent weeks,
sweeping though a central neighborhood Monday and detaining dozens of suspected
insurgents, the military reported.

In a landmark deal aimed at increasing cooperation between the two most
populous countries in the world, India and China signed a strategic alliance
Monday in New Delhi.

Columnists David Brooks and Harold Meyerson discuss the formation of an
Iraqi government, House Majority Leader Tom DeLay's ethics scandals and
Pope John Paul II's funeral.

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Paul Cavalloro
The E85 Fuel Opportunity
Micro Ethanol Distiller

Minuteman Project - Day Nine, On Scene Report

US Labor Wages Fall Behind Prices

Polio Vaccine Monkey Virus Cause Human Cancer?

Sunlight Map Of Earth

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April 11, 2005 A protester holds up a banner against the nomination of
John Bolton (L) as the new United States Representative to the United Nations,
as Bolton looks on during his testimony to the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee hearing on his nomination in Washington. Three protesters interrupted
the hearing before being removed by police.
(Photo: Yuri Gripas / Reuters)

Bush's Poll Numbers
Worst on Record

"Bomber" Bolton Faces
Senate Critics

Israeli Cops Thwart
Holy Site Protest

Venezuela: US-Backed Coup
Made Chavez Stronger

Two GOP Leaders
Turn on DeLay

US Workers Hit by 'Perfect
Storm' of Economic Force

April 7, 2005 A US soldier stands guard during a sandstorm at the site
of a US military Chinook helicopter crash near Ghazin, Afghanistan. At least
16 of the 18 military servicemen and crew members who were on board died
in the crash. Two service men are still missing.
(Photo: Ahmad Masood / Reuters)

April 8, 2005 Russian concentration camp survivor Igor Malik, 80, wipes
tears from his face at the former Buchenwald Nazi death camp near Weimar
in Thuringia. Survivors gathered on Sunday to mark the 60th anniversary
of the camp's liberation.
(Photo: Fabrizio Bansch / Reuters)

IRS Rigs the System in
Favor of Super-Rich

Michael T. Klare:
Oil, Geopolitics, and the
Coming War with Iran

Michelle Goldberg:
In Theocracy They Trust

Paul Krugman:
Ailing Health Care

Local Press: National Election Reform Conference.

The Apple of Apple's Eye: Travel and Food

"We are not concerned with international law"

Sacrifice it all to win. That's what I say.

New York Times Supports McCarthyite Witch Hunt

Last Friday, professor Juan Cole wrote on his blog that he has cancelled his subscription to the New York Times. “The New York Times editorial board went over to the Dark Side on Thursday