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        Monday, December 26, 2005

       12/26/2005: Spys R Us

Bush explains why he spys on U.S. citizens

be Careful Geroge W. Bush, and The NSA could be listening in on you

Bush bugs Cheney

Cluless George can't figure out why the wiretap isn't working

Bush listens in on Condi Rice, and Alberto Gonzalez

Bush like to keep tabs on employees

John Roberts, and Clarence Thomas partake in some fun

Bush waves to the crowd

Bush and Rumsfeld

Bush doesn't like it.

       12/26/05 Morning News Stories

Ex-Enron Exec in Negotiations for a Plea

Excerpt: HOUSTON - Prosecutors and attorneys for Enron Corp.'s former chief accounting officer, Richard Causey, are in negotiations on a plea bargain on the eve of trial for founder Kenneth Lay and former CEO Jeffrey Skilling, according to people familiar with the discussions.
If Causey agrees to a deal to plead guilty, his cooperation could prove enormously helpful to the government's case against Lay and Skilling. All three face trial next month.

H.L.s take
Bush's buddy Ken Lay, has been sitting on a beach somewhere for the last 3 years, while others take the fall for what he was in charge of. I hope this guy spills the beans on Lay, who can then rat out Bush and Cheney to save his own worthless hide.

Powell: 'Nothing Wrong' With Eavesdropping

But he added, "My own judgment is that it didn't seem to me, anyway, that it would have been that hard to go get the warrants. And even in the case of an emergency, you go and do it."

The New York Times reported on its Internet site Friday that the NSA has traced and analyzed large volumes of telephone and Internet communications flowing into and out of the United States. The program bypassed the secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.

H.L.s take
The Whore's Whore comes through once again. Colin Powell will never stop saying what is lord and master George W. Bush, wants to hear. Anyone who thinks Powell has any decency whatsoever has no idea what is really going on.

Schwarzenegger's Name Removed From Stadium

Many Europeans have scorned the United States' use of capital punishment in general, and Schwarzenegger's refusal to grant clemency in particular. They are now waiting to see how Schwarzenegger deals with the scheduled Jan. 17 execution of a 75-year-old inmate.

H.L.s take
Arnold killed Tookie for one reason, and one reason only. Its what Bush wanted, I'm sure Bush got Arnold on the phone and told him, remember Arnold we are Nazis first. Your grandfather was a Nazi SS officer, and my Grandfather was Hitlers personal Banker. You better do the right thing and kill this bastard. The 75 year old who is up next will soon be joining Tookie no doubt about it.

San Jose Mercury News
More Americans growing weary of civil liberties sacrifices.

NEW YORK - Commentator Robert Novak, who hasn't been seen on CNN since swearing and storming off the set in August, will leave the network after 25 years and join Fox News Channel as a contributor next month.

H.L.s take
Some of the smart people are starting to wake up and realize that no amount of giving up civil rights for safety will ever stop our Government from attacking us again like they did on 9/11. So why let them have unlimited power, make them take it from us rather then give it away. Of course Congress will be no help, they want the federal Goverment to be our slave owners just as much as Bush does.

E-tracking, coming to a DMV near you

Excerpt: The U.S. Department of Transportation has been handing millions of dollars to state governments for GPS-tracking pilot projects designed to track vehicles wherever they go.

H.L.s take
Yet another example of how Government won't be happy until we are living in a more restrictive environment then exisisted in Orwell's 1984

War Without End
Israel is the reason America is at war

In a revealing disclosure, Bush aid and the executive director of the 9/11 commission, Philip Zelikow, openly stated the real reason for the war is Israel's security. Below is a link to the article covering this vital issue, as well as the article itself.

In addition to Philip Zelikow speaking out about Americans dying for Israel, US Senator Ernest Hollings wrote in an article published in three different newspapers that Bush started the unnecessary war in Iraq to please America's Jews and the state of Israel. When the Jewish organization, the Anti-Defamation League, told him to apologize, Hollings refused In fact, the Senator actually said, “You can't have an Israel policy other than what AIPAC gives you around here,” It's very unusual for a US politician to openly tell the truth about Israel's unnatural power over US politicians. Maybe the fact that Hollings is retiring played a part in his decision to be honest. Since he's retiring, AIPAC can't threaten his political career for being honest.

Talkin' About the "I"-Word

An illegal, criminal war means that every related U.S. death and injury, every related Iraqi civilian death and injury, every person tortured, every home and building destroyed become war crimes as a result--under established international law.

Global News Matrix
Ho, ho, ho, boys and girls! On FOX News Channel, Santa's a Republican!

On this morning's FOX & Friends 1st, hosts Brian Kilmeade and Alisyn Camerota interviewed a personage billed only as "The White House Santa." This Santa, however, proved to be a partisan and broke the sacred Christmas tradition that Santa Claus is a magical fellow whose only interest is bringing joy to the faces of children at Christmas time. Santa loves ALL children everywhere, not only Republican children with families that support George Bush.

Chicago Tribune
Beyond the imperial presidency

Even people who should be on Bush's side are getting queasy. David Keene, chairman of the American Conservative Union, says in his efforts to enlarge executive authority, Bush "has gone too far."
He's not the only one who feels that way. Consider the case of Jose Padilla, a U.S. citizen arrested in 2002 on suspicion of plotting to set off a "dirty bomb." For three years, the administration said he posed such a grave threat that it had the right to detain him without trial as an enemy combatant. In September, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit agreed.

L.A. Times
Levees Weakened as New Orleans Board, Federal Engineers Feuded

Excerpt: NEW ORLEANS — When the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and New Orleans levee officials joined forces in July 1985 to protect the city from a long-feared hurricane, the two agencies could not agree on how to proceed. It was the beginning of a dysfunctional partnership that ushered in two decades of chronic government mismanagement.