Couric Lands Bush Interview at New Gig

I guess that this is CBS’s reward for dissing and getting rid of Dan Rather as publically and mean spirited as possible. Upcoming special about Homeland Security??? I’m betting that this is a major part of the GOP’s political agenda. Watch the buildup.

In a high-profile interview coinciding with her debut as CBS Evening News anchor next week, Katie Couric will sit down with President George W. Bush to discuss homeland security for an upcoming special, the network said on Monday

Homeland Security – Coast Guard Issues

This guy is actually trying to appeal to the public to do something about improper/incompetant security for the Coast Guard. He has tried to follow the proper protocols to address this situation with the Dept. of Homeland Security. VERY SERIOUS!!

Iran’s leader calls for TV debate with Bush

Filed under: Bush Whacking,Politics,Propaganda — 1:02 pm

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has called on U.S. President George W. Bush to participate in a “direct television debate with us,” so Iran can voice its point of view on how to end problems in the world.

“But the condition is that there can be no censorship, especially for the American nation,” he said Tuesday.


Current Counter Mind Control Recommendations

Filed under: Technology,Weird — 10:24 pm
  1. Contact your local congress person by mail or email and notify him or her that you are having problems with mind control, spying, and beam weapon attacks. Sometimes the congress person can help you by quiet and unofficial as well as official actions. 3. Purchase mind control countermeasure device like the Brainwave Harmonizer and Regenerator.

Bush Seeks Retroactive Laws To Protect Himself From War Crimes Prosecution

Filed under: Bush Whacked,The Law — 10:20 pm

Bush and his Attorney General agree that under existing laws and treaties Bush is a war criminal together with many members of his government. To make his war crimes legal after the fact, Bush has instructed the Justice (sic) Department to draft changes to the War Crimes Act and to US treaty obligations under the Geneva Conventions.

Bush Seeks Retroactive Laws To Protect Himself From War Crimes Prosecution

Most Damaging Attacks Rely On Stolen Log-ins

Filed under: Computer Security,Technology — 10:17 pm

More than 8 out of every 10 computer attacks against businesses could be stopped if enterprises checked the identity of not only the user, but also the machine logging onto its network, a report released Monday claimed.

The NAFTA Super Highway

Filed under: Bush Whacked,WTF??? — 10:11 pm

It’s not just American ports that are fast slipping into foreign ownership; it’s highways, too. A Spanish company, Cintra Concesiones de Infraestructuras de Transporte, S.A., has bought the right to operate a tollroad through Texas and collect tolls for the next 50 years.

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