HOTT Newslinks July 11, 2007

Keeping Talk Radio Pro-Israel
Publisher of Talkers, Presidents Conference work around the dial.




Gonzales Was Told of FBI Violations
After Bureau Sent Reports, Attorney General Said He Knew of No Wrongdoing



Biometric data to be required upon exiting the United States


Sounds like 1930’s Germany


Our Militarized Police Departments
Testimony before the House Subcommittee on Crime


Sound like…


New York City Plans ‘Ring of Steel’


Sounds like…


Fake Al Qaeda


And again…


History Making Hindu Prayer to Open Senate in July





Muslims declare sovereignty over U.S., UK





On Tuesday, July 10, the house plans 40 minutes of testimony on HR.2900 (the companion to S.1082 which has already passed the Senate), followed by a forced vote. House democrats are seeking to ramrod this legislation through without allowing any debate or amendments. Immediate consumer action must be taken on or before the morning of July 10 to stop this bill from moving forward with its attack on your right to have access to a wide variety of dietary supplements.


But why should there be refugees fleeing Iraq? After all, “democracy” has triumphed, has it not?


Only 133 Iraqi refugees have been allowed into the United States since October, well short of the 7,000 the US has vowed to welcome in this fiscal year, a State Department spokesman said Monday.



The Pakistani army has reportedly killed the chief cleric of Islamabad’s Red Mosque in their day-long assault to flush out militants.
Pakistan Television says Abdul Rashid Ghazi died in fighting as troops were battling entrenched holdouts inside a women’s religious school at the mosque.



Syrian parliament member Muhammad Habash said late Monday night that Damascus did not believe Olmert’s overtures were serious.


Can this be the prelude to another fake “cold war”?


Meanwhile, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Sergey Ivanov reiterated Russia’s vehement opposition to America’s missile plans. Mr. Ivanov said the European missile shield would be a threat to Russia’s security as the U.S. radar would be aimed at Russia, monitoring its territory up to the Urals Mountains. He reminded that if Russian offers are not accepted, the Kremlin would consider deploying new rocket units in the European part of the country including the westernmost region of Kaliningrad.



The U.S. Army, strained by wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, missed its recruiting goal for the second straight month in June, indicating a trend that some defense officials on Monday called worrying.



The Bush administration is urging a former White House political director to ignore a subpoena and not testify before Congress about the firings of federal prosecutors, her lawyer says



Iraq’s foreign minister warned on Monday that a quick American military withdrawal from the country could lead to a full-scale civil war, the collapse of the government and spillover conflicts across the region.
The White House said President Bush is not contemplating withdrawing forces from Iraq now despite an erosion of support among Republicans for his war policy.



More than 1,300 shop owners and business managers have been arrested in Zimbabwe as part of a crackdown on firms accused of flouting government-imposed price controls, police said Monday.
Most of the 1,328 bosses had been fined but the number also includes 33 company executives arrested since Friday who will now appear in court, said police spokesman Chief Superintendent Oliver Mandipaka.



Pakistani troops were flushing out holdouts entrenched inside a women’s religious school on Tuesday, taking control of the sprawling Red Mosque room by room in fighting that left about 50 militants and eight soldiers dead, the army said.



Predicting that sanctions will ultimately fail to stop Teheran’s nuclear program, Brig.-Gen. (res.) Yossi Kuperwasser, former head of Military Intelligence’s Research Division, told The Jerusalem Post on Monday that time to launch an effective military strike against Iran’s nuclear installations was running out.


The US naval presence escalates in the Persian Gulf


The U.S. navy has sent a third aircraft carrier to its Fifth Fleet area of operations, which includes Gulf waters close to Iran, the navy said on Tuesday.


Reservist fighting his fifth war call-up





Watch this interview closely – another one for the WTF category.



The lawn police????



Terrorist organization logos


Interesting symbolism


Report: Wars Costing $12 Billion a Month


Read “War Is A Racket”!


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Keyhole, the satellite imaging company that Google acquired in October
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