WASHINGTON, Oct. 15 — Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice asserted today that China would help enforce a United Nations Security Council resolution that imposed sanctions on North Korea, including a provision to interdict goods to and from that country that are related to nuclear weapons. …
Daily Archives: October 15, 2006
Foley’s name is still on the ballot and election supervisors want voters to know that votes for Foley will be given to state Rep. Joe Negron instead. Democrats say that would be electioneering, which is illegal under state law, and are asking a state court to block these Election Day notices at polling places.
Democrats say “Please don’t really inform the voters… we may not win.”
North Korea may have atomic weapons, but it doesn’t have electricity to keep its lights on. While the north shivers in darkness and starvation, its neighbors to the south are thriving. A lesson in skewed priorities.
Take a look at what the opressed N. Koreans are going through! This is really eye opening.
A monumental new scientific opinion poll has emerged which declares that only 16% of people in America now believe the official government explanation of the September 11th 2001 terror attacks.
It’s unbelievable how many uninformed & ignorant people there are out there. Amazing.
BATON ROUGE, La. — The Louisiana Democratic Party turned down eight-term U.S. Rep. William Jefferson on Saturday and endorsed state Rep. Karen Carter, one of a dozen challengers who emerged after Jefferson became the target of a federal bribery investigation.
The State Central Committee’s 69-53 vote, at a special meeting to decide whom to…
WASHINGTON (AP) — Rep. John Murtha, a decorated Marine veteran who favors withdrawing U.S. troops from Iraq, wrote an essay for Sunday’s Washington Post blasting Republicans for referring to him and other Iraq war opponents as “Defeatocrats.”
They can dish it, but they can’t take it!