Holocaust Denier Gets Three Years — VIENNA, Austria - Right-wing British historian David Irving pleaded guilty Monday to denying the Holocaust and was sentenced to three years in prison, even after conceding he wrongly said there were no Nazi gas chambers at the Auschwitz concentration camp.
Holocaust Denier Gets Three Years in Jail — VIENNA, Austria — Right-wing British historian David Irving was sentenced to three years in prison Monday after admitting to an Austrian court that he denied the Holocaust _ a crime in the country where Hitler was born.
Lawmakers assail deal giving Dubai firm control of ports — WASHINGTON - The Bush administration gave control of six crucial ports to a Sept. 11-linked Arab nation after a flimsy investigation and with weak guarantees the company in charge can stop Osama bin Laden from infiltrating, the House homeland security chairman said.
Bush faces pressure to block port deal — Lawmakers voice concerns about takeover by Dubai-based firm — WASHINGTON (CNN) — President Bush on Monday faced political pressure to block a deal that would give a United Arab Emirates-based company management of six major U.S. seaports.
With A Little Help From His Friends — Exclusive: An investigation into the private and public finances of Rick Santorum suggests that the Senate GOP might want to reconsider making him its ethics czar. — "In far too many families with young children, both parents are working, when …
The proof has been right in front of you the entire time. Documents available on the internet, which pass the smell test and are probably genuine, show the link between Saddam and al Qaeda. — On October 11th, 2004 an online news service called CNSnews published 42 documents that they claimed came from the Iraq Survey Group.
Able Danger Conference Call — Earlier this evening, I was able to participate in a conference call with Mark Zaid, the attorney representing Lt. Colonel Tony Shaffer in his dispute with the DIA in the Able Danger controversy. Joining in the call were the group of bloggers that has kept …
Able Danger Conference Call — I had the honor of being on an Able Danger bloggers conference call toniught with Mark Zaid, attorney for many of the Able Danger whistleblowers. Thanks to Mike at Able Danger Blog for setting this up. — The usual suspects showed up on line: — Captain Ed
Bush: U.S. on Verge of Energy Breakthrough — MILWAUKEE - Saying the nation is on the verge of technological breakthroughs that would "startle" most Americans, President Bush on Monday outlined his energy proposals to help wean the country off foreign oil. — Less than half the crude oil used …
U.S. Reclassifies Many Documents in Secret Review — WASHINGTON, Feb. 20 — In a seven-year-old secret program at the National Archives, intelligence agencies have been removing from public access thousands of historical documents that were available for years, including some already published …
Germany Weighs if It Played Role in Seizure by U.S. — MUNICH, Feb. 20 — For more than a year, the German government has criticized the United States for its role in the abduction of a German man who was taken to an American prison in Kabul, Afghanistan, where he said he was held and tortured …
Reporters: The Right-Wing Hates You — There's this pernicious attitude among reporters I know that 'both sides give them grief'; it is an ardent desire to be seen as an umpire calling 'balls and strikes' within the political system. I'm glad Beutler came onto this blog, and had a dialogue with all of us.
Roots — Taylor Marsh did a post recently that really stuck with me and I've been meaning to do something on it for a while. It was about local radio, and how the Republicans have such an excellent network of people they can rely on to get their message out. There is nothing like it that exists on the left:
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