Why the World Did Not Know about WMD in Iraq

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By Carter Andress

The reason the Bush administration never crowed about the approximately 5,000 chemical munitions that U.S. forces uncovered throughout Iraq.

1792-80825After U.S. Central Command called on us to help transport from Iraq enough yellowcake uranium to make several atomic bombs stored at Saddam’s nuclear weapons complex, I realized why neither the Pentagon nor the White House advertised the presence of this WMD precursor: safety and security.
Before the U.S. military moved in to secure the facility after the 2003 invasion, looters had been there first. Even though the universally recognized yellow-and-black radioactivity warnings were posted on the bunkers, locals had ripped open the storage areas and stolen casks of yellowcake with many sickened as a result. More importantly, we did not want the insurgents alerted to the exposed stockpile as they might attack the facility. This is also why the George W. Bush administration did not crow about…

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MRC: Gen. Honore Jabs the Media: ‘People Like You’ Driving Chaos in Ferguson

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Gen. Honore Jabs the Media: ‘People Like You’ Driving Chaos in Ferguson

On Monday’s AC360 on CNN, retired Lt. General Russel Honore rebuked the media’s coverage of the ongoing controversy surrounding the police shooting of Michael Brown. Anderson Cooper raised how a liberal legal analyst contended that Missouri Governor Jay Nixon’s activation of the National Guard, in anticipation of a grand jury decision on the case, was an “escalation of this military-style approach that didn’t work in the first place.” He then asked, “Do you agree with that – that it could, in some ways, do more harm than – than good?” MORE: http://www.mrc.org/biasalerts/gen-honore-jabs-media-people-you-driving-chaos-ferguson

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Tomorrow, the Separation of Powers in America ends – White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest: President Obama considers being called an emperor a badge of honor

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by Dan Butcher • November 19, 2014

During the White House press briefing on Thursday, Press Secretary Josh Earnest said that President Obama considers being called an emperor a “badge of honor.”
“We’ve heard this kind of rhetoric about lawlessness from the House Republicans for some time.
“The President is somebody who’s willing to examine the law, review the law and use every element of that law to make progress for the American people. And if that is something that Republicans are critical of, that’s, you know, maybe a criticism that the President wears with a badge of honor,” Earnest said.

See Video and Read More: http://thepunditpress.com/2014/11/19/white-house-press-secretary-josh-earnest-president-obama-considers-being-called-an-emperor-a-badge-of-honor/

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The Negative Consequences of Net Neutrality Explained in 2 Minutes – Sen. Ted Cruz in Austin: Don’t Mess with the Net!

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On November 14, 2014, Sen. Cruz delivered a speech at the Capital Factory in Austin, TX. There he laid out the consequences of net neutrality and how allowing the government to regulate the Internet would halt innovation and stifle small business.

Sen. Ted Cruz in Austin: Don’t Mess with the Net!

FULL VIDEO
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pR1BHjanLIc

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The 500 Year Old Map that Shatters the Official History of the Human Race

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Buck Rogers | If conventional wisdom on the history of the human race is correct, then human civilization is not old enough, nor was it advanced enough, to account for many of the mysterious monolithic and archeological sites around the world. Places like Gobekli Tepe in Turkey, the Bosnian Pyramids, and Adam’s Calendar in South Africa, beg the same question: if human civilization is supposedly not old enough to have created all of these sites, then who, or what, had the capacity to create so many elaborate structures around the globe?

It is clear that our understanding of our own history is incomplete, and there is plenty of credible evidence pointing to the existence of intelligent and civilized cultures on Earth long before the first human cultures emerged from the Middle East around 4000BC. The Admiral Piri Reis world map of 1513 is part of the emerging more complete…

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