HOTT Newslinks March 27, 2008

Text of McCain’s speech to the Los Angeles World Affairs Council


More BS from McCain


The Clintons’ Truth Deficit Disorder




The socialistic German plan of education, containing elements of the Marxist-Leninist Soviet system, serves as basic model for polytechnical education which stands behind today’s education restructuring movement. It is no wonder that today’s instructional assessments validate student life preparedness, not in terms of academic prowess, but rather in terms of successful behavior modification and attitude adjustment for timely placement in the global economy under world governance.



Which do you choose? A way of life where you are the master of your destiny, or one where virtually all decisions are made for you by one ruling body or another? It’s the classic struggle facing every human on earth. Freedom or control.


Since the invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan were themselves unconstitutional, why not attack Pakistani territory as well?


The United States has escalated air strikes against al-Qaeda fighters operating in Pakistan’s tribal areas fearing that support from Islamabad may slip away, The Washington Post reported on Thursday.



President Bush announced Wednesday that he had accepted an invitation by President Vladimir V. Putin to visit Russia next week, signaling an effort to avoid a public clash over NATO and missile defenses when Mr. Bush travels to Europe next week.



Iraq’s Prime Minister was staring into the abyss today after his operation to crush militia strongholds in Basra stalled, members of his own security forces defected, and district after district of his own capital fell to Shia militia gunmen.


A true believer or an agent provocateur? You decide!


Formerly known as Joseph Cohen, al-Khattab is an American-born Jew who converted to Islam after attending an Orthodox Rabbinical school, which he later described as a “racist cult.”
The 39-year-old New York taxi driver launched RevolutionMuslim.com with the mission of “preserving Islamic culture,” “calling people to the oneness of God” and asking them to “support the beloved Sheik Abdullah Faisal, who’s preaching the religion of Islam and serving as a spiritual guide.”



The Bush administration is scrambling to engage with Pakistan’s new rulers as power flows from its strong ally, President Pervez Musharraf, to a powerful civilian government buoyed by anti-American sentiment.



New York is expected to lose more than 20,000 financial sector jobs by the end of next year as Wall Street is hit heavily by the credit crunch, according to a new report.