Motivated by the belief that a President Barack Obama would not continue the reckless Republican military policy, this attack may be a last-ditch effort to swing the election to McCain.
Did George W. Bush order yesterday’s attack across the border of Syria? He should have been the one to do so if he is the actual and not just the nominal commander in chief of the armed forces. A president should be the one to
The faked attack was supposed to show that poor, defenseless white women just can’t be safe in a world in which dangerous, black men like Barack Obama are allowed to have power.
In a rational world, Juval Aviv wouldn’t be trusted any more than a hot dog salesman who spits in his mustard. You may remember that in the summer of 2007, the self-declared “intelligence expert” made the following prediction: I predict, based primarily on information that
There is a bit of twisted entertainment value in watching Congressman Bartlett wave his hands about on the floor of Congress, following ever more bizarre fancies, constructing conspiracy theories to patch together his increasingly odd ideas. For the people of Maryland’s 6th congressional district, however, watching their representative in Congress cannot be much fun.
By the standards of Loren Davis himself, John McCain must be a satanist. The 5-pointed star is practically plastered all over the John McCain for President web site, so if we are to believe the conspiracy theories of Loren Davis, we must conclude that John McCain is not only a servant of Satan, but a very enthusiastic Satan worshipper at that.
If Walter Piergorsch actually based his research on historical facts of what bioterrorism has been in the United States, he wouldn’t have ever said that railroads, natural environment or critical industries in a city would be a factor. Think about it: When has a bioterrorist attack in the United States targeted a railroad or used a railroad as a means of pathogen dispersal?
A little right wing publication called The Conservative Voice expresses the paranoia with which George W. Bush and the Republican Party are pushing for extraordinary search and spy powers for the government to use against American citizens with the passage of the FISA Amendments Act.