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Friday, October 14th, 2005

Is It Time to Stop Picking on Glenn Beck?

It's easy to make fun of Glenn Beck. We've done it here, and Beck even does it himself (as on the November cover of his Fusion magazine).

But over the last couple of weeks, as Beck lay recuperating from appendicitis, he's been the target of numerous satirical skewerings, from such parodists as 'Saturday Night Live,' 'The Daily Show,' and 'South Park.' Some of these barbs have gone beyond mocking his on-air antics and have gotten viciously personal. Not that we want to be the Beck-lash police, but to paraphrase a well-known Britney Spears fan, is it time to leave Glenn Beck aloooone?

'Saturday Night Live' Skewers Glenn Beck

Beck makes himself an easy target. There's his Vicks Vaporub-induced crying jags, his bizarre conspiracy theories, his distortions of fact (which he often does by quoting people out of context), his (literally) inflammatory rhetoric, the desertion of his show by 80 former advertisers (as a result of said inflammatory rhetoric), and his cult of personality/political movement. Not to mention his relentless self-promotion across multiple media, his hypocrisy (slamming labor union SEIU for alleged communist leanings until having to acknowledge that SEIU-member nurses cared for him during his recent hospitalization), and his creepy incest fantasy about his sister.

Stephen Colbert: Glenn Beck Is As Sincere As I Am

Still, it's one thing to parody Beck's histrionic performance style, as 'SNL' did last week, or as Stephen Colbert did on 'The Colbert Report' last month (in what is probably the definitive Beck takedown to date). Or to lampoon his paranoid rantings, as 'South Park' did last week, in an episode where Cartman becomes the school announcer and starts baselessly demonizing student president Wendy Testaburger. Even Beck himself thought that was funny.

'South Park': Cartman Emulates Glenn Beck

But it's another thing to make fun of Beck's health woes, as Jon Stewart did. Stewart's lengthy segment was a funny spoof of Beck's emotional performance style, his complicated chalkboard conspiracy diagrams, and his quickness to play the Hitler/Stalin card, but it also seemed to be mocking him for enduring botched hemorrhoid surgery and then an appendectomy. Way to kick a guy when he's down (and anesthetized), Jon.

Jon Stewart takes on Glenn Beck


Then there's Andy Cobb's Web series 'Drill Baby Drill,' in which conservative writers' texts about sex are acted out. Episode 1 takes on the passage from Beck's 2003 book 'The Real America: Messages from the Heart and Heartland' in which Beck writes an explicit, squirm-inducing love scene between himself and his sister. Cobb does not mention that Beck isn't describing an actual event but is making a queasy comparison between incest and gay marriage. Not that that makes the passage any less offensive, but taking it out of context like that is the sort of thing for which Beck's critics often berate him. It's no more fair when Cobb does it.

Andy Cobb: Glenn Beck's Fantasy

The worst comes from the Onion, in a fake video news report headlined “Victim in Fatal Car Accident Tragically Not Glenn Beck.” Throughout the clip (which contains some NSFW language), fake reporters and fake interview subjects express repeated dismay that Beck has not met a gruesome and violent death.Sure, Beck himself has fantasized on air about murdering Michael Moore or waging bloody civil war against the Obama administration and whoever sides with it. But does the Onion really want to stoop to that level? It's hard to see how even the worst Beckophobe could find this in good fun.

Surely, Beck barb-tossers, there are plenty of things about the Fox News host you can satirize without resorting to ad hominem attacks. Besides, the Beck Army will be monitoring you closely, and if Beck's not laughing at your spoof, they won't be either. You don't want that angry mob launching a flame war against you now, do you?

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White Nationalists Tied to Republican led Teabagger Parties

Looks like the Republican Tea Bagger Parties will be saturated with white supremecists tomorrow. One will be held in Pioneer Courthouse Square at 6:00pm tomorrow (4/15/2009) All Anti-facists should rally sending a message to these racist corporatist enablers that their hatred is not welcome in Portland.

White Nationalists Tied to Tea Parties
April 14, 2009 by Jill Garvey
 http://imagine2050.org

It's no secret that conservatives have a hard time keeping racism out of their ranks (airwaves), and now it seems it has surfaced in even their grassroots (astro turf) movements. The whole tea party thing (except with representation and a high income bracket this time) is being organized by conservative corporate lobbyists, Freedom Works and Americans for Prosperity, who are no doubt milking this all the way to their billion dollar bank accounts.

If that wasn't hard enough for real [sic] conservative activists to swallow, they are really going to hate showing up at rallies only to rub elbows with white nationalists. Kris Kobach got the party started in Kansas on April 4th when he hosted a joint tea party/anti-immigrant rally with Billy Gilchrist, Topeka chapter leader for the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps. In 2004 Kansas Republican leader Timothy Burger wrote in response to Kobach's failed congressional run, “It doesn't help matters that Kobach was hired by FAIR, widely perceived as a racist anti-immigrant group during the campaign.” But that stinging accusation hasn't stopped Kobach from working for the John Tanton network ever since, or from dipping his tainted toes into anything that smells ripe for manipulation and publicity.

ALI-PAC, a North Carolina-based anti-immigrant group, is shaping up to be the biggest tea party cheerleader of all. ALI-PAC has formed a coalition with twenty-five other anti-immigrant groups in support of tea party events, a good number of whom are part of the John Tanton network. ALI-PAC's whole reason for existence is due to a local LA billboard advertisement that showed LA crossed out with Mexico written over it – an unforgivable mistake big enough to launch a national organization obviously. Ever since, ALI-PAC has been hobnobbing with vigilante minutemen groups; party attendees shouldn't be surprised if they are recruited to border patrol will enjoying their tea.

All that is nothing compared to the recruiting being planned by neo-Nazis at Arizona tea parties. You know you've really lost control when your quirky libertarian actions are mined by the scary bald guys with swastika tattoos. Stormfront, the hard-core white power website, is full of discussions about plans to attend tea parties all over the country. One Stormfront poster wrote, “Ladies and gentlemen, I think every WN [white nationalist] needs to not only attend the April 15th Tea Party nearest you (I'm going to the Alamo in San Antonio) but then stay involved and help provide leadership to this movement. I believe that this is the white revolution we've been waiting for.” Uh, right. Let's hope Fox News manages to televise that.

When we stop to think about the real message behind these tea parties, that a black president will never represent white America, it's not surprising that the scary white nationalists have come out to play. Let's be frank, these tax increase protests (for the super rich and not even at the levels of previous Republican presidents'), are just code for “we're scared out of our minds of a president that might represent black, brown, and poor.”

 http://imagine2050.newcomm.org/2009/04/14/white-nationalists-tied-to-tea-parties/

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Comparison of Senate, House Health Bills

  • Play CBS Video Video Senator on Health Care Showdown

    Sen. Bob Corker, R – Tenn, spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about senate democrats receiving the 60 votes necessary to pass the health care reform bill and the position of the republican party.

  • Video Health Reform Final Push

    The Senate is still at it as Democrats begin to clear another hurdle toward health care reform. As Sharyl Attkisson reports, Republicans vow to fight it to the end.

  • Video GOP “Howling” Over Health Care

    Are ties to insurance companies the reason for Republican opposition to health care? Bob Schieffer turns to Senators Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio), Mary Landrieu (D-La.) and Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) for answers.

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  • Special Report Health Care

    The latest news and analysis on the continuing battle over Barack Obama's health care reform plans.

(AP)  The Associated press provides this comparison of the health care bills before Congress:

The Senate Democratic bill (Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act)

WHO'S COVERED: About 94 percent of legal residents under age 65 — compared with 83 percent now. Government subsidies to help buy coverage start in 2014. About one-third of the remaining 24 million people under age 65 left uninsured would be illegal immigrants.

COST: Coverage provisions cost $871 billion over 10 years.

HOW IT'S PAID FOR: Fees on insurance companies, drugmakers, medical device manufacturers. Medicare payroll tax increased to 2.35 percent on income over $200,000 a year for individuals; $250,000 for couples. A 10 percent sales tax on tanning salons, to be paid by the person soaking up the rays. Cuts to Medicare and Medicaid. Forty percent excise tax on insurance companies, keyed to premiums paid on health care plans costing more than $8,500 annually for individuals and $23,000 for families. Fees for employers whose workers receive government subsidies to help them pay premiums. Fines on people who fail to purchase coverage.

REQUIREMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS: Almost everyone must get coverage through an employer, on their own or through a government plan. Exemptions for economic hardship. Those who are obligated to buy coverage and refuse to do so would pay a fine starting at $95 in 2014 and rising to $750.

REQUIREMENTS FOR EMPLOYERS: Not required to offer coverage, but companies with more than 50 employees would pay a fee of $750 per employee if the government ends up subsidizing employees' coverage.

SUBSIDIES: Tax credits for individuals and families likely making up to 400 percent of the federal poverty level, which computes to $88,200 for a family of four. Tax credits for small employers.

BENEFITS PACKAGE: All plans sold to individuals and small businesses would have to cover basic benefits. The government would set four levels of coverage. The least generous would pay an estimated 60 percent of health care costs per year; the most generous would cover an estimated 90 percent.

INSURANCE INDUSTRY RESTRICTIONS: Starting in 2014: no denial of coverage based on pre-existing conditions. No higher premiums allowed for pre-existing conditions or gender. Limits on higher premiums based on age and family size. Starting upon enactment of legislation: children up to age 26 can stay on parents insurance; no lifetime limits on coverage.

GOVERNMENT-RUN PLAN: In place of a government-run insurance option, the estimated 26 million Americans purchasing coverage through new insurance exchanges would have the option of signing up for national plans overseen by the same office that manages health coverage for federal employees and members of Congress. Those plans would be privately owned, but one of them would have to be operated on a nonprofit basis, as many Blue Cross Blue Shield plans are now.

HOW YOU CHOOSE YOUR HEALTH INSURANCE: Self-employed people, uninsured individuals and small businesses could pick a plan offered through new state-based purchasing pools. Would generally encourage employees to keep work-provided coverage.

DRUGS: Grants 12 years of market protection to high-tech drugs used to combat cancer, Parkinson's and other deadly diseases. Drug companies contribute $80 billion over 10 years with the majority of the money used to limit the prescription coverage gap in Medicare.

CHANGES TO MEDICAID: Income eligibility levels likely to be standardized to 133 percent of poverty – $29,327 a year for a family of four – for parents, children and pregnant women. Federal government would pick up the full cost of the expansion during the first three years. States could negotiate with insurers to arrange coverage for people with incomes slightly higher than the cutoff for Medicaid.

LONG-TERM CARE: New voluntary long-term care insurance program would provide a basic benefit designed to help seniors and disabled people avoid going into nursing homes.

ANTITRUST: Maintains the industry's decades-old antitrust exemption.

ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS: Would be barred from receiving government subsidies or using their own money to buy coverage offered by private companies in the exchanges.

ABORTION: The bill tries to maintain a strict separation between taxpayer funds and private premiums that would pay for abortion coverage. No health plan would be required to offer coverage for the procedure. In plans that do cover abortion, beneficiaries would have to pay for it separately, and those funds would have to be kept in a separate account from taxpayer money. Moreover, individual states would be able to prohibit abortion coverage in plans offered through the exchange, after passing specific legislation to that effect. Exceptions would be made for cases of rape, incest and danger to the life of the mother.

The House bill (Affordable Health Care for America Act):

WHO'S COVERED: About 96 percent of legal residents under age 65 — compared with 83 percent now. Government subsidies to help buy coverage start in 2013. About one-third of the remaining 18 million people under age 65 left uninsured would be illegal immigrants.

COST: The Congressional Budget Office says the bill's cost of expanding insurance coverage over 10 years is $1.055 trillion. The net cost is $894 billion, factoring in penalties on individuals and employers who don't comply with new requirements. That's under President Barack Obama's $900 billion goal. However, those figures leave out a variety of new costs in the bill, including increased prescription drug coverage for seniors under Medicare, so the measure may be around $1.2 trillion.

HOW IT'S PAID FOR: $460 billion over the next decade from new income taxes on single people making more than $500,000 a year and couples making more than $1 million. The original House bill taxed individuals making $280,000 a year and couples making more than $350,000, but the threshold was increased in response to lawmakers' concerns that the taxes would hit too many people and small businesses.

There are also more than $400 billion in cuts to Medicare and Medicaid; a new $20 billion fee on medical device makers; $13 billion from limiting contributions to flexible spending accounts; sizable penalties paid by individuals and employers who don't obtain coverage; and a mix of other corporate taxes and fees.

REQUIREMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS: Individuals must have insurance, enforced through a tax penalty of 2.5 percent of income. People can apply for hardship waivers if coverage is unaffordable.

REQUIREMENTS FOR EMPLOYERS: Employers must provide insurance to their employees or pay a penalty of 8 percent of payroll. Companies with payrolls under $500,000 annually are exempt – a change from the original $250,000 level to accommodate concerns of moderate Democrats – and the penalty is phased in for companies with payrolls between $500,000 and $750,000.

Small businesses – those with 10 or fewer workers – get tax credits to help them provide coverage.

SUBSIDIES: Individuals and families with annual income up to 400 percent of poverty level, or $88,000 for a family of four, would get sliding-scale subsidies to help them buy coverage. The subsidies would begin in 2013.

HOW YOU CHOOSE YOUR HEALTH INSURANCE: Beginning in 2013, through a new Health Insurance Exchange open to individuals and, initially, small employers. It could be expanded to large employers over time. States could opt to operate their own exchanges in place of the national exchange if they follow federal rules.

BENEFITS PACKAGE: A committee would recommend a so-called essential benefits package including preventive services. Out-of-pocket costs would be capped. The new benefit package would be the basic benefit package offered in the exchange.

INSURANCE INDUSTRY RESTRICTIONS: Starting in 2013, no denial of coverage based on pre-existing conditions. No higher premiums allowed for pre-existing conditions or gender. Limits on higher premiums based on age.

GOVERNMENT-RUN PLAN: A new public plan available through the insurance exchanges would be set up and run by the health and human services secretary. Democrats originally designed the plan to pay Medicare rates plus 5 percent to doctors. But the final version – preferred by moderate lawmakers – would let the HHS secretary negotiate rates with providers.

CHANGES TO MEDICAID: The federal-state insurance program for the poor would be expanded to cover all individuals under age 65 with incomes up to 150 percent of the federal poverty level, which is $33,075 per year for a family of four. The federal government would pick up the full cost of the expansion in 2013 and 2014; thereafter the federal government would pay 91 percent and states would pay 9 percent.

DRUGS: Grants 12 years of market protection to high-tech drugs used to combat cancer, Parkinson's and other deadly diseases. Phases out the gap in Medicare prescription drug coverage by 2019. Requires the HHS secretary to negotiate drug prices on behalf of Medicare beneficiaries.

LONG-TERM CARE: New voluntary long-term care insurance program would provide a basic benefit designed to help seniors and disabled people avoid going into nursing homes.

ANTITRUST: Would strip the health insurance industry of a long-standing exemption from antitrust laws covering market allocation, price-fixing and bid rigging. The bill also would give the Federal Trade Commission authority to look into the health insurance industry at its own initiative.

ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS: Would be barred from receiving government subsidies but permitted to use their own money to buy coverage offered by private companies in the exchange.

ABORTION: Private companies in the exchange could not offer plans covering abortion if those plans received federal subsidy money. Most plans in the exchange would be affected, because most consumers in the exchange would be using federal subsidy money to buy coverage. The new government plan could not offer abortion coverage. Insurance companies would be permitted to offer supplemental abortion coverage in separate plans that people could buy with their own money. Use of federal money for abortion coverage would be limited to cases of rape, incest or danger to the woman's life.

Is it right?

Thursday, August 25th, 2005

    Undoubtedly the right will say that Pat Robertson misspoke, that we should accept his apology (weak as it is) and forget about it. The question that comes to my mind is how quick was the right to forget about statements like, “I did not inhale” “I voted for and then against the war” and many more?

Updated: 06:31 AM EDT
Robertson Apologizes for Chavez Comments
Televangelist Said U.S. Should 'Take Out' Venezuelan Leader



AP

Pat Robertson apologized after first claiming he never used the word “assassination.”


VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (Aug. 25) – Religious broadcaster Pat Robertson apologized Wednesday for calling for the assassination of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, only hours after he denied saying Chavez should be killed.

“Is it right to call for assassination?” Robertson said. “No, and I apologize for that statement. I spoke in frustration that we should accommodate the man who thinks the U.S. is out to kill him.”

Chavez, whose country is the world's fifth-largest oil exporter, has emerged as one of the most outspoken critics of President Bush. He accuses the United States of conspiring to topple his government and possibly backing plots to assassinate him. U.S. officials have called the accusations ridiculous.

On Monday's telecast of his Christian Broadcasting Network show “The 700 Club,” Robertson had said: “You know, I don't know about this doctrine of assassination, but if he thinks we're trying to assassinate him, I think that we really ought to go ahead and do it. It's a whole lot cheaper than starting a war, and I don't think any oil shipments will stop.”

He continued: “We have the ability to take him out, and I think the time has come that we exercise that ability. We don't need another $200 billion war to get rid of one, you know, strong-arm dictator. It's a whole lot easier to have some of the covert operatives do the job and then get it over with.”

On Wednesday, he initially denied having called for Chavez to be killed and said The Associated Press had misinterpreted his remarks.

“I didn't say 'assassination.' I said our special forces should 'take him out,'” Robertson said on his show. “'Take him out' could be a number of things including kidnapping.”

He later issued the apology on his Web site.

When the AP had called Robertson on Tuesday for elaboration, spokeswoman Angell Watts said Robertson would not do interviews and had no statement about his remarks. He also declined several interview requests Wednesday.

On Tuesday, the State Department called Robertson's remarks “inappropriate.”

08-25-05 04:31 EDT

Pardon Me

Thursday, July 28th, 2005

    There has been a real problem with bringing justice to the rich and powerful. During the Starr investigations the Republicans were very vocal with their fear that then President Clinton would pardon those being investigated to stop the investigation. They had good reason for this because Poppy Bush pardoned “former Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger and others for their conduct related to the Iran-Contra affair.” Link That was done before there was a trial. Many believe that the pardons were issued to protect former president Bush. Now there is a real fear that Mr. Bush will pardon Karl Rove before there is a full investigation and trial. Below is from the Web site of Congressman John Conyers;

TELL THE PRESIDENT: NO MORE PARDONS FOR TRAITOR-GATE CRIMINALS

Convicted Previously of National Security Crimes
Elliott Abrahms is Newest Figure in Traitor-gate

Did you know that Elliot Abrahms, pardoned by the first President Bush for the Iran-Contra crimes he committed under the Reagan Administration, now works for the Bush White House? And has been implicated in the leak of Valerie Plame's covert identity? Fitzgerald may well successfully prosecute senior White House officials. Insist that anyone convicted in this case be ineligible for a presidential pardon. Demand that the President not pardon any criminals in his administration who compromise our national security!  (Click here to go to Congressman John Conyers site and write the President.) No More Pardons

   The question needs to be asked if there should be limits to pardons of only those who have been convicted? After all we are not talking about pardoning a turkey, but rather someone who may have committed treason.




Hate: How do we over come it?

Friday, July 22nd, 2005

    Hatred has escalated in the last few years around the world. The problem with hate is that it begets hate. If we are to return evil for evil, then we will receive evil. This is why the Bible says the following:

Zechariah 8: 16-17

These are the things that ye shall do: speak ye every man the truth with his neighbor; execute the judgment of truth and peace in your gates; and let none of you devise evil in your hearts against his neighbor; and love no false oath: for all these are things that I hate, saith Jehovah.

Matthew 5:43 – 48 

     43“You have heard that it was said, 'Love your neighbor[h] and hate your enemy.' 44But I tell you: Love your enemies[i] and pray for those who persecute you, 45that you may be sons of your Father in heaven. He causes his sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous. 46If you love those who love you, what reward will you get? Are not even the tax collectors doing that? 47And if you greet only your brothers, what are you doing more than others? Do not even pagans do that? 48Be perfect, therefore, as your heavenly Father is perfect.

    Two weeks ago we started the poll which asked who is the most hated man in the world? I expected that after the recent bombings that Bin Laden would be named, but by 73% Mr. Bush is earning the title. I understand that reasons for this, but fear that we will lose our focus if hate is allowed to blind us. We can be angry at injustices without letting them change us into hateful people.

   For years the hateful rights has attack Liberals with lie after lie. If they could not beat our ideas they would try to smear our characters. I fear that if in fighting back we become as hateful as them that will lose our soul as a movement. If we are to stand strong for Liberty, Justice, and Equality we must be true to our holy calling.

   I know when I have been wronged in the past I had to wrestle with the emotion of hate and anger. I had to fight the temptation to seek revenge and fight to forgive. With time I was able to forgive, but how many people choose not to ever forgive?

   If we as a Nation lose the essence which makes us Americans we will lose our mission in the world. There was a time when the world looked to America a bright shining light in a dark world. Many are now questioning how to look at us and others are sure that we are the ones putting out the light. Rep. Tom Tancredo gave a hate filled response which made many see us as agents of the Devil.

Top U.S. and Turkish officials yesterday condemned comments made last week by Rep. Tom Tancredo that the United States could “take out” Islamic holy sites if there was a nuclear attack on the United States by Muslim fundamentalists.

The Colorado Republican refused to apologize yesterday, saying his comments had been taken out of context.

On Friday, Tancredo was asked by a radio talk-show host how the United States should respond if terrorists struck several of its cities with nuclear weapons.

“Well, what if you said something like — if this happens in the United States, and we determine that it is the result of extremist, fundamentalist Muslims, you know, you could take out their holy sites,” Tancredo answered.  Click here to read more.

   As the fight for freedom in our own country intensifies with a greater divide of political alliance hate is working its way through the nation. My question is how do we handle this emotion? If any of the stories below were to have happened to you, how would you respond? Would you have the same type of response as Tom Tancredo?

   The investigation revealed the three victims of the assault, two white males and one white female, complained of being victims of a hate crime and being assaulted by white supremacist.
   The victims, who were believed by the suspects to be non-white or Hispanic because of one of their tattoos, said the suspects yelled, “White Power” just before the assaulting them with their hands and feet causing injury.  One of the victims received major injuries including severe swelling and
bruising to his face, fractured bones in his face, and a broken nose. The victim was treated and released at Ridgecrest Regional Hospital. The other two victims complained of pain and were not treated. Read more

Teen charged in hate crime
Newsday, NY – 8 hours agoThe boy, who was about 14 at the time, was not identified because he was charged as a juvenile, said Det. Sgt. Robert Reecks of the Hate Crimes Bureau.

Rise in hate crimes against Muslims after attacks
Peninsula On-line, Qatar – Jul 10, 2005
Police said one person was assaulted and seriously injured in London in what they described as a hate crime, and Muslims reported attacks on several mosques.

Hate crimes against Arabs, Muslims up in '04
Fort Worth Star Telegram, TX – Jul 12, 2005
Reported hate crimes in Texas dropped to the lowest level since 1999 last year, but offenses against Arabs and Muslims increased slightly, a state Department


Bibles

Thursday, July 21st, 2005

Neo-Con Play Book and their rules

Monday, July 18th, 2005

    In today’s political world the extremist on the far right (known as Neo-Cons) are using every tool to stifle the voice of the Liberal movement. We can thank God that they are beginning to lose this effort, but they continue to use the Neo-Con playbook. This is so dishonest in its approach for instead of seeking to contribute to the dialogue its goal is to stop all talk that does not agree with the extremism of the Neo-Con movement. Below are some of the rules in the Neo-Con playbook, do you recognize them from your encounters with the far right.

1.                  Change the subject to one that you can win or at least a different one.  If a Liberal is winning an argument try to derail that argument by switching topics. [The best way to overcome this tactic is to bring them right back to the topic of the discussion.]

 

2.                  If you cannot discredit the argument of the Liberal try to damage the reputation of that Liberal.  [Instead of trading insults with them just confront them with the fact that they would not be throwing insults if they could support their arguments.]

 

3.                  Repeat the RNC talking points.  It does not matter if they are true for the more people hear them they are more likely to believe them. [Demand that they provide their sources, if they are only parroting talking points they will not be able to do this or they will give some right-wing link like Newsmax.]

 

4.                  While claiming to be impartial accuse your opponent of being partisan.  [Just identify this tactic at rule 22 which is projection.]

 

5.                  Act confused when a Liberal makes a valid statement, saying that really did not make sense.  See how many times you can get him to restate the argument.  [Refuse to repeat yourself even if someone else is making the same argument that you have just refuted.  Just state that you have already refuted it and unless they can counter your argument that you are not interested in kid's games.]

 

6.                  Claim that your opponent is being desperate.  [Either ignore this or turn it back on them, tell them if they were not so desperate they would stick to the subject.]

 

7.                  When there is a site that proves you wrong claim that it would not work for you.  That way you can keep making your claims.  [Suggest if they want to know the truth that they should update their computer.]

 

8.                  Accuse your opponent of pure non-sense just to throw him off his game.  [Simply ask what they don’t understand.  Make them repeat back to you what they think you are saying.  This will make them either to admit to a lack of intelligence or open a dialogue which they are trying to avoid.]

 

9.                  Use wide sweeping generalizations. [Force them to be specific by asking direct questions.]

 

10.              Claim that your opponent is unpatriotic. [Inform those making such claims that you love <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = “urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags” />America; challenge them to show their love of the Country by showing respect for others.]

 

11.               Claim that all Liberals are unpatriotic.  [Inform those making such claims that you love America; challenge them to show their love of the Country by showing respect for others.]

 

12.               Try to use intimidation.  [Remember that anyone using this tactic is no more than a school yard bully that can be silenced by standing up to them.]

 

13.               Try to ask questions that puts your opponent on the defensive.  [There is nothing wrong with answering questions so long it is on topic, remember the rule one is to change the subject]

 

14.               Refuse to answer your opponent’s questions. [Remember that most Neo-Cons do not want to answer so just keep repeating them]

 

15.               Claim that you have answered all the questions even though you have not.  [This a simple one just ask them if the did not understand your answer and repaste it.]

 

16.               Claim that your opponent has not answered your questions even though he has.  [Post the link to where you answered]

 

17.                Speak in generalities without ever giving specifics.  [Force them to be specific by asking direct questions.]

 

18.               When using the internet make up as many screen names as possible so that it seems like there are more Conservatives than Liberals.  [This tactic is one to recognize and not let it deter your commitment.]

 

19.               Connect your opponent with undesirable people.  Example: accuse Liberals as helping terrorist.  [When you see this just tell the person that they are using rule 22 projecting their life onto you.]

 

20.               Accuse your opponent of unseemly acts, immoral sex acts work best.  [Again when you see this just tell the person that they are using rule 22 projecting their life onto you.]

 

21.               Control the message and thus the agenda.  [This can be difficult, but it can be overcome by asking them direct questions.]

 

22.              Projection ~ The best way to keep from being detected is to accuse your opponents of doing the very things that you are.  Such as if you are using multiple screen names online accuse your opponents of doing that.  This will put them on the defensive and keep them from looking at you.  [Again when you see this just tell the person that their projection will no work on you.]

 

23.              Create an enabler – if you are confronted by liberals create another personality that can pretend to be a liberal and defend you. By pretending to be one of them you can throw them off their guard.  [One of these trolls can be identified by an overt defense of those who they should be opposing. The best way to deal with this type of troll is to expose them or ignore them. Never take their criticism to heat for they are liars.]

 

 24.               Create irrelevant associations to the past.  [There are many ways to handle this tactic, you can hit it head on by denying it (if it's not true), you can explain it (if it's true), you can have friends speak out for you (if the accusation is small this is the best way), you can also choose to ignore it (keep in mind that if it does not stop soon you must address it.)]<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = “urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office” />

 

25.               Deny, deny, deny, and never admit to being wrong or that you were caught.  [This tactic is best dispelled by exposing it as this rule of denial.]

 

26.               Do your best to destroy your opponent’s ability to fight.  [This tactic is covered in all the rest.]

 

27.       Simplify everything down to the two word culture. [Force them to be specific by asking direct questions.]

 

28.               When doing mailing of politicians write as many letters as possible using different names.  Take the names out of the phonebook that way you have the address too.  [This one can be hard to detect, beyond everything we must stand on our principles.]

 

29.       Pretend to be a liberal when calling in to talk shows or posting then make comments that other liberals will attack you for.  This will divide liberals.  You can say that you have been a life long Democrat but now you are so disgusted that you have switched to the Republican Party. [This type of person will hang themselves if given enough rope.  Listen to their words for that will give them away.  Also take note that a true Liberal rarely to never will abandon their principles to ally with those attacking other Liberals and almost never will someone makes such a switch for a minor thing.]

 


30.      Avoiding a Liberal's arguments is the secret to success, try twisting his/her words to mean the opposite of what was said.  Don't be afraid to take him/her out of context, this will put them on the defensive and keep them from asking you pointed questions that you do not want to answer.  [Know this tactic and recognize it for the Neo-Cons love this one.  I have found that the best way to deal with this dishonesty is to question their intelligence in that they cannot understand what you were really saying.  Then suggest that they do understand and are too dishonest to admit it.]

Bible Insights

Sunday, July 17th, 2005

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New From Around the World

Thursday, July 14th, 2005

   The following are links to News Papers from around the world. Some may not have English translations.

Australia
» Top End Review – Darwin
» Albany & Great Southern Weekender
» Alice Springs News
» Alpine Observer
» Altona – Laverton Mail
» Armidale Express
» Augusta Margaret River Mail
» Barossa & Light Herald
» Blue Mountains Gazette
» Camden Haven Courier
» Campaspe News
» Canberra Times
» Canowindra News
» Catholic Voice
» Central Midland & Coastal Advocate
» Central Online
» Central Western Daily
» City News
» Cobar Age
» Cobram Courier
» Collie Mail
» Coober Pedy News
» Cooma-Monaro Express
» Cootamundra Herald
» Country News
» Cowra Guardian
» Crookwell Gazette
» Daily Liberal
» Daily Mercury
» Dandenong Examiner
» Deni Pastoral Times
» District News
» Donny Bridgetown Mail
» Dunoon & District Gazette
» Eastern Riverina Observer
» Farm Weekly
» Forbes Advocate
» Frankston & Hastings Independent
» Geelong Advertiser
» Glasshouse Country News
» Glen Innes Examiner
» Gloucester Advocate
» Goulburn Post
» Green Left Weekly
» Grenfell Record
» Harden-Murrumburrah Express
» Hastings Gazette
» he Morning Bulletin
» Herald Sun
» Holbrook, Billabong & Upper Murray Chronicle
» Illawarra Mercury
» Inverell Times
» Irish Echo
» Kurd
» Kyabram Free Press
» Labor Herald
» Lake Times
» Launceston Examiner
» Lithgow Mercury
» Local Government Focus
» Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle
» Magnetic Times
» Mandurah Mail
» Manning River Times
» Mansfield Courier
» Melbourne Community Voice
» Merimbula News Weekly
» Merredin-Wheatbelt Mercury
» Midwest Times
» Milton Ulladulla/Sussex Inlet Times
» Mountain Views Mail
» Mt Buller/Sterling News
» Mt Hotham/Falls Creek News
» Mudgee Guardian
» Muswellbrook Chronicle
» Myrtleford News
» Narooma News
» Narromine News & Trangie Advocate
» National Indigenous Times
» Neos Kosmos
» News-Mail
» Noosa News
» Northern Argus
» Northern Territory News
» Nova Hrvatska
» Nyngan Observer
» OzENews
» Palmwoods District News
» Parkes Champion-Post
» Port Lincoln Times
» Post Newspapers
» Q News
» Queensland Country Life
» Rangers Trader Mail
» Riverine Herald
» Seymour Telegraph
» Shepparton News
» South Coast Register
» Southern Highland News
» Southern Riverina News
» Stock & Land
» Stock Journal
» Summit Sun
» Sun City News
» Sunday Mail
» Sydney Morning Herald
» Tallaganda Times
» Tenterfield Star
» The Advertiser
» The Advocate
» The Age
» The Ararat Advertiser
» The Armidale Independent
» The Australian
» The Australian Jewish News
» The Avon Valley Advocate
» The Bunyip
» The Byron Shire Echo
» The Chronicle
» The Chronicle
» The Chronicle
» The Courier
» The Courier
» The Courier-Mail
» The Cygnet & Channel Classifieds
» The Daily Telegraph
» The Down Under
» The Gold Coast Bulletin
» The Golden Mile
» The Guyra Argus
» The Hutt River Guardian
» The Kiama Independent
» The Kimberley Echo
» The Land
» The Macleay Argus
» The Mail
» The Maitland Mercury
» The Murray Pioneer
» The Murray Valley Standard
» The New Australian
» The Newcastle Herald
» The North East Telegraph
» The Northern Daily Leader
» The Northern Rivers Echo
» The Paper
» The Plains Producer
» The Post
» The Queanbeyan Age
» The Queensland Independent
» The Queensland Times
» The Recorder
» The Ridge News
» The Scone Advocate
» The Singleton Argus
» The Spectator
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» The Stawell Times-News
» The Sunday Mail
» The Sunday Telegraph
» The Sunday Times
» The Sun-Herald
» The Sunshine Coast Daily
» The Times
» The Trading Post
» The Transcontinential
» The Village Journal
» The Wagin Argus
» The Warrandyte Diary
» The Weekly Times
» The West Australian
» The Young Witness
» Townsville Bulletin
» Upper Yarra Mail
» WA Business News
» Warren Advocate
» Wellington Times
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Canada: British Columbia
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» Georgia Straight – (Vancouver)
» Goldstream News – (Vancouver Island)
» Grand Forks Gazette
» Gulf Islands Online – (Salt Spring)
» Have You Had Enough Yet?
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» Ladysmith News – (Vancouver Island)
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» Lusitânia – (Vancouver – Portuguese/English)
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» Mission News
» Muzhakkam – (In Tamil)
» Nanaimo Daily News – (Vancouver island)
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» Nelson Daily News
» New Westminster Newsleader
» North Shore News – (Vancouver)
» North Thompson Star Journal – (Barriere)
» Northeast Weekly – (Dawson Creek, Fort Nelson & Fort St John)
» Northern Sentinel – (Kitimat)
» Northwest Weekly – (Northwestern British Columbia)
» Oakbay News – (Vancouver Island)
» Observer – (Agassiz/Harrison)
» Oliver Chronicle – (Oliver)
» Parksville Qualicum News – (Vancouver Island)
» Peace River Block Daily News
» Penticton Herald
» Pique News Magazine – (Whistler)
» Porthardy News – (Vancouver Island)
» Quesnel Cariboo Observer
» Question – (Whistler & Pemberton)
» Revelstoke Times Review – (Revelstoke)
» Saanich News – (Vancouver Island)
» South Delta Leader
» Ssooke News – (Vancouver Island)
» Summerland Review
» Terrace Standard
» Terrace Times Online
» The Abbotsford News
» The Aldergrove Star
» The Cariboo Sentinel
» The Celtic Connection – (Vancouver)
» The Chief – (Squamish)
» The Chilliwack Progress
» The Daily Townsman – (Cranbrook)
» The Interior News – (Smithers)
» The Leader – (Surrey)
» The Morning Star – (Vernon)
» The Now – (Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam & Port Moody)
» The Outlook – (North & West Vancouver)
» The Peace Arch News – (White Rock)
» The Penticton Western
» The Powell River Peak
» The Prince George Free Press
» The Province – (Vancouver)
» The Record – (Vancouver Island)
» The Republic – (Vancouver)
» The Richmond Review
» The River – (Richmond)
» The San Antonio Observer – (Salmon Arm)
» The Standard – (Hope)
» The Times – (Clearwater)
» The Tyee
» The Victoria News – (Vancouver Island)
» The Williams Lake Tribune
» Times Colonist
» Trail Daily Times
» Tri-city News
» Tumbler Ridge News
» Vancouver Sun
» Vanderhoof News
» Westender – (Vancouver)

Brazil
» A Critica – (Amazonas)
» A Gazeta – (Vitória, Espírito Santo)
» A Gazeta – (Acre)
» A Gazeta – Vitoria
» A Notícia – (Joinville, Santa Catarina)
» A Nova Democratcia
» A Razao – (Santa Maria)
» A Região – (Itabuna, Bahia)
» A Tarde – (Bahia)
» A Tribuna – (Santos, São Paulo)
» Agora São Paulo – (Sãn Paulo)
» Brasil Online
» Business News Americas
» Campo Grande News – (Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul)
» Cidade – (São Paulo)
» Consciência.Net – (Rio de Janeiro)
» Correio Braziliense – (Brasilia, Distrito Federal)
» Correio de Bahia – (Salvador)
» Correio do Povo – (Rio Grande do Sul)
» Correio Popular – (Campinas, São Paulo)
» Cruzeiro do Sul – (São Paulo)
» Diária – (Ponta Grossa, Paraná)
» Diário Catarinense – (Florianopolis)
» Diário da Amazônia
» Diário da Manhã – (Goiænia, Goiás)
» Diário da Região – (São José do Rio Preto, São Paulo)
» Diário de Natal – (Natal, Rio Grande do Norte)
» Diário de Pernambuco – (Pernambuco)
» Diário de Sorocaba – (São Paulo)
» Diário do Grande ABC – (São Paulo)
» Diário do Nordeste – (Ceará)
» Diário do Povo – (Campinas, São Paulo)
» Diário do Rio Doce – (Minas Gerais)
» Diário Popular – (Pelotas, Rio Grande do Sul)
» Estado de Minas – (Belo Horizonte)
» Folha de Londrina – (Paraná)
» Folha de Niterói – (Niterói/Rio de Janeiro)
» Folha de São Paulo – (São Paulo)
» Folha de Tarde – (Sãn Paulo)
» Gazeta de Toledo – (Paraná)
» Gazeta do Parana – (Paraná)
» Gazeta do Povo – (Curitiba, Paraná)
» Gazeta Esportiva.Net – (São Paulo)
» Gazeta Mercantil
» Globo News
» Imprensa Livre – (São Paulo)
» Jornal Agora – (Rio Grande, Rio Grande do Sul)
» Jornal Correido Paraíba
» Jornal Cruzeiro do Sul – (Sorocaba, São Paulo)
» Jornal da Cidade – (Serra Negra, São Paulo)
» Jornal da Cidade – (Bauru, São Paulo)
» Jornal da Manhã – (Uberaba)
» Jornal da Tarde – (São Paulo)
» Jornal das Missões – (Santo Ângelo, Rio Grande do Sul)
» Jornal de Brasilia
» Jornal de Piracicaba – (Piracicaba, Sao Paulo)
» Jornal de Santa Catarina – (Blumenau)
» Jornal de Uberaba – (Uberaba)
» Jornal do Brasil – (Rio de Janeiro)
» Jornal do Commercio – (Recife, Pernambuco)
» Jornal do Commércio – (Porto Alegre, Rio de Janeiro)
» Jornal do Senado
» Jornal Extra do Agreste – (Caruaru-PE)
» Jornal Gazeta do Sul
» Jornal Grapiuna – (Bahia)
» Jornal Informativo
» Jornal Lavoura e Comércio – (Uberaba)
» Jornal O Povo – (Fortaleza, Ceará)
» Jornal Vale Do Aco
» Meio Norte – (Teresina, Piauí)
» Notícias de Botucatu – (Botucatu)
» O Dia – (Rio de Janeiro)
» O Estado de São Paulo
» O Globo – (Rio de Janeiro)
» O Imparcial – (Maranhão, São Luis)
» O Imparcial – (Sao Paulo, Southwestern, Presidente Prudente)
» O Jornal de Hoje – (Natal, Rio Grande do Norte)
» O Lance
» O Popular – (Goiænia, Goiás)
» O Progresso – (Dourados, Mato Grosso do Sul)
» O Progresso – (Imperatriz, Maranhão)
» Oeste Notícias – (Sao Paulo, Southwestern, Presidente Prudente)
» Paraná Online – (Curitiba, PR)
» Popular – (Mato Grosso do Sul)
» República – (Itu, São Paulo)
» Sonoticias – (Mato Grosso)
» The Brazilian
» Tribuna da Bahia – (Salvador, Bahia)
» Tribuna da Dia – (Criciuma)
» Tribuna da Imprensa – (Rio de Janeiro)
» Tribuna de Minas – (Juiz de Fora, Minas Gerais)
» Tribuna do Norte – (Natal, Rio Grande do Norte)
» Vale Paraibano – (São José dos Campos, São Paulo)
» Valor Econômico
» Vossa Senhoria
» Zero Hora – (Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul)

China
» Beijing Daily
» Beijing Evening News
» China Daily – (In English)
» China News Digest
» China Youth Daily
» ChinaByte
» Guangming Daily
» Guangzhou Morning Post
» Hua Sheng Bao
» Hua Xia Wen Zhai
» Inside China Today – (In English)
» Jinan Times
» Ming Pao Electronic News
» People’s Daily
» Qingdao News
» Shanghai Daily – (In English)
» Shanghai Star
» Sing Tao Electronic Daily
» South China Morning Post – (In English)
» Xinhua
» Yangtse Evening Post
» Yun Nan Daily – (Yun Nan Province)
Cuba
» Cadena Agramonte – Camaguey
» El Economista
» Granma Internet
» Juventud Rebelde
» La Nueva Cuba
» Opciones
» Periódico 26
» Prensa Latina
Denmark
» Albertslund Posten
» Århus Stiftstidende
» B.T Online
» Berlingske Tidende
» Bl.a.dét
» Bornholm Direkte
» Bornholms Tidende
» Børsen
» Dagbladet
» Dagbladet
» Dagbladet
» Dagbladet Arbejderen
» Dagbladet Information
» Den Blå Avis
» Det Grønne Område
» Ekstra Bladet
» Erhvervs Bladet
» Folkebladet
» Folkebladet Glostrup
» Fyens Stiftstidende
» Fyns Amts Avis
» Haderslev Ugeavis
» Hareskov-Værløse Avis
» Hedensted Avis
» Næstved Tidende
» Nordjyske Stiftstidinde
» Nyt Fra Danmark
» Politiken Daily
» Politiken Weekly
» Randers Amtsavis
» Randers Amtsavis
» Rødovre Avis
» Rødovre lokal nyt
» Skive Folkeblad
» Søndagsavisen
» Stevns Bladet – (Stevns)
» Stevns Bladet
» Taastrup Avis
» The Copenhagen Post
» Vejle Amts Folkeblad
» Weekendavisen

France
» Agence France-Presse – (In English)
» Dernières Nouvelles d’Alsace
» France Soir – (By subscription only)
» International Herald Tribune – (In English)
» Iraq Digest – (Paris – In English)
» La Charente Libre
» La Croix
» La Dépèche
» La Nouvelle République des Pyrénnées
» La Provence
» La République
» La Tribune
» La Voix du Nord
» Le Bien Public
» Le Canard Enchaîne
» Le Courier Picard – (Somme / Amiens Region)
» Le Courrier de Mantes
» Le Dauphiné Libéré – (Rhone-Alpes)
» Le Figaro
» Le Journal de l’Ile – (Réunion)
» Le Journal de Saône-et-Loire
» Le Midi Libre
» Le Monde
» Le Monde Diplomatique – (Paris – In English)
» Le Monde Diplomatique – (Paris)
» Le Nouvel Observateur
» Le Parisien
» Le Point
» Le Progrès – (Lyon)
» Le Républicain Lorrain
» Le Télégramme de Brest
» L’Equipe – (Dordogne / Perigord)
» Les Echos – (Paris)
» L’Essor Sarladais
» L’Est Républicain
» L’Express
» L’Humanité
» Libération
» L’Indépendant
» L’Informateur
» Nice Martin
» Ouest France – (Bretagne)
» Paris Normandie
» Régards
» République Internationale des Lettres
» Sommaire Internet France 2
» Sud-Ouest – (Bordeaux)
» The News – (In English – Mainly Subscription)
» The Tocqueville Connection – (In English)

Egypt
» Afaqarabia – (Cairo)
» Ahram
» Akhbar Elyom
» Al Manar Aljadeed
» Al-Ahram Weekly – (In English)
» Al-Ahrem Hebdo
» Alkahera – (Cairo)
» Al-Messa
» Al-Osboa
» Al-Shaab
» Alwafd
» Business Today – (In English)
» Cairo Times – (In English)
» Egypt Today – (In English)
» El Akhbar
» Elaph
» El-Gomhuriah
» La Revue d’Égypte – (In French)
» Naseej News
» Shabab Misr – (Cairo)
» The Middle East Times – (In English)
» Watani
Germany
» Aachener Nachrichten – (Aachen)
» Aachener Zeitung – (Neu-Isenburg)
» Abendzeitung – (Munich)
» Aktuelle Nachrichten aus Deutschland
» Allgemeine Zeitung – (Coesfeld)
» Angehörigen Info
» Annonce, Aachen
» Ärzte Zeitung
» Augsburger Allgemeine Zeitung – (Augsburg)
» Badische Zeitung
» Berliner Morgenpost – (Berlin)
» Berliner Zeitung – (Berlin)
» Bild Online – (Hamburg)
» Bocholter-Borkener Volksblatt
» Borkener Zeitung
» Campo de Criptana – (Unna)
» Computer Zeitung
» DarmstSdter Echo – (Darmstadt)
» Das Handelsblatt – (Düsseldorf)
» Das Sonntagsblatt – (München)
» Der Heisse Draht
» Der neue Tag – (Weiden)
» Der Rüganer – (Rügen)
» Der Spiegel – (Hamburg)
» Der Tagesspiegel – (Berlin)
» Der Wiesbadener Kurier
» Dewezet – (Hameln)
» Die Aerzte Zeitung
» Die Berlinerin – (Berlin)
» Die Glocke – (Oelde, Westfalen)
» Die Rote Hilfe Zeitung
» Die Welt – (Berlin)
» Die Wochenpost – (Berlin)
» Die Zeit – (Hamburg)
» Dithmarsche Landeszeitung – (Heide)
» Dresdner Neueste Nachrichten – (Dresden)
» Durlacher Blatt – (Karlsruhe)
» Erlangen-Nachrichton – (Erlangen)
» Esslinger Zeitung – (Eckernföerder)
» Esslinger Zeitung – (Esslingen)
» Express – (Kö)
» Financial Times Deutschland
» Focus – (München)
» Frankenpost – (Hof)
» Frankfurter Allgemeine – (Frankfurt)
» Frankfurter Neue Presse – (Frankfurt)
» Frankfurter Rundschau – (Frankfurt)
» Fränkischer Nachrichten – (Tauberbischofsheim)
» Fränkischer Tag – (Bamberg)
» Freace
» Freie Presse – (Chemnitz)
» Freitag
» Fulda
» GegenDruck
» General-Anzeiger – (Bonn)
» General-Anzeiger – (Stadthagen)
» Göttinger Tageblatt – (Göttingen)
» Hamburger Abendblatt – (Hamburg)
» Hannoversche Allgemeine – (Hannover)
» Harburger Anzeigen und Nachrichten
» Heilbronner Stimme – (Heilbronn)
» Hellweger Anzeiger – (Unna)
» Hessisch-Niedersächsische Allgemeine
» Hildesheimer Allgemeine Zeitung
» Hollsteinischer Courier – (Neumünster)
» International Herald Tribune – (In English)
» Iserlohner Kreisanzeiger
» Islamische Zeitung
» Junge Freiheit – (Berlin)
» Junge Welt – (Berlin)
» Jungle World
» Kieler Nachrichten – (Kiel)
» Kölner Rundschau – (Cologne)
» Kölner Stadtanzeiger – (Köln)
» Kölner Stadtanzeiger
» Kölnische Rundschau – (Köln)
» Kölnische Rundschau
» Königsteiner Woche – (Königstein)
» Königsteiner Woche
» Landes-Zeitung
» Landshuter Zeitung – (Bueckeburg)
» Lausitzer Rundschau – (Cottbus)
» Leipziger Volkszeitung – (Leipzig)
» Lippische Landes-Zeitung – (Detmold)
» Lokal-Anzeiger – (Hamburg)
» Mäerkische Allgemeine
» Main Echo – (Aschaffenburg) (Aschaffenburg)
» Mainpost – (Würzburg)
» Main-Rheiner
» Mannheimer Morgen – (Mannheim)
» Märkische Allgemeine – (Brandenburg, Frankfurt)
» Märkische Oderzeitung – (Brandenburg, Frankfurt)
» Marktspiegel – (Nürnberg)
» Mindener Tageblatt – (Minden)
» Mittelbadische Presse – (Offenburg)
» Mittelbayerische Zeitung – (Regensburg)
» Morgenwelt
» Muenchener Merkur
» Münstersche Zeitung – (Münster)
» Netzeitung Titelseite – (Berlin)
» Neue Deister Zeitung – (Stadthagen)
» Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung
» Neue Westfälische
» Neue Westfälische Zeitung – (Bielefeld)
» Neues Deutschland
» Neuss Grevenbroicher Zeitung – (Neuss)
» Nordbayerischer Kurier – (Bayreuth)
» Nordsee Zeitung – (Oldenburg)
» NRZ
» Nürnberger Nachrichten
» Nürnberger Zeitung
» Nürtinger Zeitung
» Oberhessische Presse
» Oberpfalznetz – (Amberg, Sulzbach-Rosenberg, Umgebung & Weiden)
» Ostfriesen-Zeitung – (Ostfriesland)
» Ostsee-Zeitung – (Rostock) (Rostock)
» Passauer Neue Presse – (Passau)
» Pforzheimer Zeitung
» Pipeline
» Pirmasenser Zeitung – (Pirmasens)
» Prinz – (Munich)
» Pyrmonter Nachrichten – (Pyrmont) (Pyrmont)
» Radikale Zeiten
» Rems Zeitung – (Schwäbisch Gmünd)
» Reutlinger Generalanzeiger – (Reutlinger)
» Rheingau Echo – (Geisenheim)
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Greece
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Hungary
» 168 Óra
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» Délmagyarország
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» Heves Megyei Nap
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» Kisalföld – (Györ)
» Magyar Hirlap
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» Nemzetõr
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» The Budapest Sun – (In English)
» Világgazdaság Online

 

Iran
» Baztab – (Tehran)
» BBC Persian
» Bukhara
» Chabar
» Chelcheragh
» Durna – (Tabriz)
» Entekhab Daily
» Ettela’at
» Ham-Mihan Daily
» Hamshahri – (Tehran)
» Hayateno
» Iran – (Tehran)
» Iran Daily – (Tehran – In English)
» Iran Javan
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» Khorasan News
» Nourooz
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» Shargh – (Tehran)
» Tehran Globe – (In English)
» Tehran Times – (In English)
» The Iranian
» Yaas -e- no
Iraq
» Al Fourat
» Al Hayat
» Al Mannarah – (Basra)
» Al Taakhi
» Al Tariq
» Al-Ahali Weekly
» Al-Bayan
» Alef Yaa
» Al-Furat
» Al-Furat Monthly
» Al-Itijah & Al-Akhar
» Al-Sabaah Daily
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» Al-Walid
» Az-Zaman
» Baghdad Bulletin – (In English)
» Chaldean Nation – (In English)
» Daftar
» Iraq Daily – (Baghdad)
» Iraq For All News
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» Kul al-Iraq
» Nahrain Encyclopedia
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» Patriotic Union of Kurdistan
» Shabab – (Baghdad)
Israel
» Akhbar-Al-Naqab – (Rahat)
» Arena
» Ariga
» Assennara – (Nazareth)
» Aurora Israel
» Courier – (In Russian)
» Debkafile
» Eilat News – (In Russian)
» El Reloj – (In Spanish)
» Fax 4×4
» Globes – (English Version available)
» Ha’Aretz
» Ha’Aretz – (In English)
» Ha-Ir – (Eilat)
» International Herald Tribune – (In English)
» Israel Faxx – (By Subscription)
» Israel Insider – (In English)
» Israel National News – (In English)
» Iton Tel-Aviv
» Jerusalem Newswire – (In English)
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» Kan naim – (Netanya)
» Kol Hasharon
» Maariv
» Maariv – (In English)
» Makor Rishon
» Mig News – (In Russian)
» New
» News Israel
» Novosti – (In Russian)
» Our Jerusalem – (In English)
» Panorama
» Pnai Plus
» Raanana Shelanu
» The Jerusalem Report – (In English)
» Ye’diot Achronot
» Yedioth Haifa
» YeshaNews – (West Bank & Gaza strip)
 

Italy

» Abitare
» Aggiornamenti Sociali
» Alguer.it – (Alghero, Sardegna)
» Alice Non Lo Sa – (Parma)
» Alto Adige – (South Tyrol)
» Barbarossa – (Milano)
» Biella Online – (Piemonte)
» Bresciaoggi – (Brescia, Lombardia)
» Cantieridea
» Class City
» Corriere Adriatico – (Ancona)
» Corriere Canadese
» Corriere del Giorno – (Taranto)
» Corriere della Sera – (Milano)
» Cronache del Mezzogiorno
» Diario
» Dolomiten – (South Tirol – In German)
» Edicola2000
» Europa
» Famiglia Cristiana
» Fisco Oggi
» Gazzetta del Sud
» Gazzetta dello Sport
» Gazzetta di Parma
» Giornal.it – (Alessandria)
» Giornale de Sicilia
» Giornale di Brescia
» Giornale di Calabria
» Giornale di Lecco
» Heos
» Ideazione
» Il Centro – (Abruzzo)
» Il Corriere di Como
» Il Foglio
» Il Gazzettino
» Il Giornale De Vicenza – (Vicenza)
» Il Giorno
» Il Manifesto – (Roma)
» Il Mattino di Padova – (Padua)
» Il Mattino Online – (Naples)
» Il Messaggero
» Il Messaggero Veneto
» Il Mondo
» Il Monferrato
» Il Nuovo
» Il Piccolo – (Alessandria)
» Il Piccolo de Trieste
» Il Resto del Carlino
» Il Riformista
» Il Sannio Quotidiano – (Benevento)
» Il Sannio Quotidiano (Benevento)
» Il Secolo XIX – (Genova)
» Il Sole 24 Ore – (Milano)
» Il Tempo – (Rome)
» Il Tirreno
» Il Vernacoliere – (Toscana)
» In Alessandria – (Alessandria)
» InforMare
» Internazionale
» Internet News
» Italia Oggi
» Italian Press Digest – (By subscription)
» La Gazzetta di Modena – (Lombardy & Emilia)
» La Gazzetta di Reggio – (Lombardy & Emilia)
» La Nazione – (Firenze)
» La Nuova Ferrara
» La Nuova Sardegna – (Sassari)
» La Nuova Venezia – (Padua)
» La Padani
» La Provincia – (Cremona)
» La Provincia Cosentina – (Calabria / Cosenza)
» La Provincia di Como
» La Provincia di Sondrio
» La Repubblica
» La Sicilia – (Catania)
» La Stampa – (Turino)
» La Tribuna di Treviso – (Padua)
» La Voce
» La Voce di Siena – (Siena)
» L’Adige – (Trento)
» L’Arena – (Verona)
» L’Avvenire
» L’Eco di Bergamo
» L’Espresso
» Liberal
» Liberazione
» Libero – (Milano)
» Libertà
» L’Unione Sarda
» L’Unita
» Manager Manager.it
» Max
» Merate Online – (Lecco)
» Messaggero Veneto
» Milano Finanza
» Nautica
» Netweek – (Lecco)
» Nuovo Molise Oggi
» Panorama
» Parvapolis – (Latina)
» Pianeta Press
» Prima Comunicazione
» Primorski dnevnik – (Trieste)
» Raixe Venete – (Veneto)
» Reggio Nel Web – (Reggio Emilia)
» Sambenedettoggi – (San Benedetto del Tronto)
» Socialisti – (Milano)
» Tempti – (Milano)
» Trentino
» Vita
» Voce
» War News

Japan
» Asahi Shimbun – (Osaka)
» Boucho Shimbun – (Chugoku)
» Chiba Nippo – (Kanto)
» Chugoku Shimbun – (Chugoku)
» Chunichi Shimbun
» Daily Sports – (Kinki)
» Doshin Sports – (Hokkaido)
» Ehime Shimbun – (Shikoku)
» Evening Fuji
» Fukui Shimbun – (Hokuriku)
» Fukushima Mimpo – (Tohoku)
» Fukushima Minyu – (Tohoku)
» Higashi-Aichi Shimbun – (Chubu)
» Hokkoku Shimbun – (Hokuriku)
» Hokuu Shimpo – (Tohoku)
» Houchi Shimbun
» International Herald Tribune – (In English)
» Ise Shimbun – (Kinki)
» Iwate Nichi-Nichi Shimbun – (Tohoku)
» Japan Times – (Tokyo – In English)
» Japan Update – (Okinawa – In English)
» Jomo Shimbun – (Kanto)
» Jornal International Press Japan – (Spanish & Portuguese versions avalaible)
» Kii Minpo – (Kinki)
» Kumamoto Nichi-Nichi Shimbun – (Kyushu & Okinawa)
» Kushiro Shimbun – (Hokkaido)
» Kyodo News – (Tokyo)
» Kyodo News – (In English)
» Mainichi Interactive
» Mainichi Shimbun – (Osaka, Tokyo, Kyushu & Okinawa)
» Minami Shinshu Shimbun – (Chubu)
» Minami-Nippon Shimbun – (Kyushu & Okinaw)
» Miyako Mainichi Shimbun – (Kyushu & Okinawa)
» Miyazaki Daily News – (Kyushu & Okinawa)
» Nagano Nippo – (Chubu)
» Nankai Nichi-Nichi Shimbun – (Kyushu & Okinawa)
» Nara Shimbun – (Kinki)
» Nihon Nogyo Shimbun – (Tokyo)
» Nihonkai Shimbun – (Chugoku)
» Nikkan Gendai
» Nikkan Kenmin Fukui – (Hokuriku)
» Nikkan Sports – (Osaka)
» Nikkan Sports – (Hokkaido)
» Nishi-Nippon Shimbun – (Kyushu & Okinawa)
» Oita Godo Shimbun – (Kyushu & Okinawa)
» Osaka Nichi-Nichi Shimbun – (Osaka)
» Osaka Shimbun
» Pacific Stars & Stripes – (In English)
» Ryukyu Shimpo Internet Weekly News – (Kyushu & Okinawa – English Version)
» Saga Shimbun – (Kyushu & Okinawa)
» San-In Chuo Shimpo – (Chugoku)
» Sankei Shimbun – (Osaka & Tokyo)
» Sankei Sports – (Tokyo)
» Sanyo Shimbun – (Chugoku)
» Shimotsuke Shimbun – (Kanto)
» Shinano Mainichi Shimbun – (Chubu)
» Shipping & Trade News – (Tokyo)
» Silangan Shimbun
» Sports Nippon – (Osaka)
» Sports Nippon – (Tokyo)
» The Akita Sakigake Shimpo – (Tohoku)
» The Akita Sakigake Sports – (Tohoku)
» The Asahi Shimbun – (Kyushu & Okinawa)
» The Daily Tohoku Shimbun – (Tohoku)
» The Daily Yomiuri – (Tokyo)
» The Dailynews of Fisheries – (Tokyo)
» The Hochi Shimbun – (Tokyo)
» The Hokkaido Shimbun Press – (Hokkaido)
» The Hokuriku Chunichi Shimbun – (Hokuriku)
» The Iwate Nippo – (Tohoku)
» The Japan Industrial Journal – (Tokyo)
» The Japan Maritime Daily – (Tokyo)
» The Kagoshima Shinpo – (Kyushu & Okinawa)
» The Kiryu Times – (Kanto)
» The Kochi Shimbun – (Shikoku)
» The Kyoto Shimbun – (Kinki)
» The Mid-Japan Economist – (Chubu)
» The Nikkan Sports News – (Tokyo)
» The Okinawa Times – (In English)
» The Okinawa Times – (Kyushu & Okinawa)
» The Saitama Shimbun – (Kanto)
» The Shikoku Shimbun – (Shikoku)
» The Shimin Times – (Chubu)
» The Tokyo Shimbun – (Tokyo)
» The Yukan Mie Shimbun – (Kinki)
» Tokachi Mainichi Shimbun – (Hokkaido)
» Tokyo Sports – (Tokyo)
» Tomakomai Mimpo – (Hokkaido)
» To-o Nippo – (Tohoku)
» Yamagata Shimbun
» Yamaguchi Shimbun – (Chugoku)
» Yamanashi Nichi-Nichi Shimbun – (Chubu)
» Yomiuri Shimbun – (Kyushu & Okinawa)
» Yukan Fuji – (Tokyo)
Jordan
» Ad-Dustour
» Al Liwa
» Al Ra’i Daily
» Alarab Alyawm Jordanian Dailya
» As-Sabeel Weekly
» Jordan Times – (In English)
» Shihan

Mexico
» A.M.
» Business News Americas
» Cambio de Michoacan – (Michoacan / Morelia)
» Ciudadano Informa – (Guanajuato, San Miguel de Allende)
» Diario de Colima – (Colima)
» Diario de Delicias
» Diario de Guadalajara – (Guadalajara)
» Diario de Juárez
» Diario de Nuevo Casas Grandes
» Diario de Xalapa – (Veracruz)
» Diario Monitor
» El Asesor – (Mexico City / Monterrey)
» El Debate – (Sinaloa State)
» El Diario de Yucatan – (Yucatan)
» El Diario en Linea – (Chihuahua)
» El Dictamen – (Veracruz)
» El Financiero
» El Heraldo de Baja California
» El Heraldo de Chihuahua
» El Heraldo de León
» El Heraldo de Mexico – (Mexico City)
» El Imparcial – (Hermosillo, Sonora)
» El Independiente
» El Informador – (Guadalajara, Jalisco)
» El Manana – (Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas)
» El Mañana de Reynosa – Reynosa
» El Mercurio
» El Norte – (Monterrey, Nuevo León)
» El Pulso – (San Luis Potosi)
» El Siglo de Torreon – (Torreon)
» El Sol de Mexico – (Mexico City)
» El Sol de Puebla – (Puebla)
» El Sol de Tehuacán – (Tehuacán, Puebla)
» El Sol de Zacatecas
» El Sol del Centro – (Aguascalientes)
» El Sur – (Acapulco)
» El Sur de Campeche
» El Tiempo – (Chihuahua)
» El Universal
» Ensenada – (Baja California)
» ESTO – (Mexican Republic)
» Frontera – (Tijuana)
» La Crisis – (Mexico City)
» La Crónica
» La Cronica de Baja California
» La Crónica de Hoy – (Mexico City)
» La Jornada
» La Opinión – (Veracruz)
» La Prensa – (Mexico City)
» La Región
» La Tribuna – (Sonora)
» La Unión de Morelos
» La Voz – (Michoacán)
» La Voz de la Frontera – (Mexicali)
» Masnoticias – (Chihuahua City)
» Milenio
» Milenio Diario
» Mural – (Guadalajara, Jal)
» Noroeste – (Culiacan)
» Noticias – (Oaxaca)
» Notiver – (Veracruz)
» Novedades de Quintana Roo
» Ocho Columnas – (Guadalajara, Jalisco)
» Periódico – (National)
» Por Esto – (Merida, Yucatan, Cancun & Quintana Roo)
» Presente – (Villahermosa, Tabasco)
» Reforma – (Mexico City)
» San Miguel Chronicles
» Semanario Zeta
» The Colony Guadalajara Reporter
» Tiempos del Mundos
» Tribuna – (Campeche)
» Vallarta Today – (Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco – In English)
» Vangardia – (Satillo)
» Zócalo – (Coahuila)
New Zealand
» Kiwi News
» Manawatu Evening Standard
» National Business Review
» New Zealand Doctor
» New Zealand Infotech Weekly
» New Zealand News UK
» Northland Age
» Otago Daily Times
» Scoop
» Sunday Star Times
» The Ashburton Guardian
» The Daily News
» The Dominion Post
» The Independent
» The Lakesider Online
» The Marlborough Express
» The Nelson Mail
» The New Zealand Herald
» The Press
» The Southland Times
» The Timaru Herald
» The Wairoa Star
» Times
» Times
» Waikato Times
» Wairarapa Times-Age

Norway
» Adresseavisen
» Aftenposten
» Aftenposten – (In English)
» Agderposten
» Akers Avis Groruddalen
» Akershus Amtstidende
» Altaposten
» Andøyposten
» Arbeidets Rett – (Hedmark County)
» Asker og Bærum Budstikke
» Askøyværingen
» Aust Agder Blad
» Avis 1
» Avisa Nordland – (Combines Nordlandsposten & Nordlands Framtid)
» Bellona – (English version)
» Bergens Tidende
» Bergensavisen
» Bladet Tromsø
» Bømlo Nytt
» Brønnøysund Avis
» Byavisa
» Dag og Tid
» Dagbladet
» Dagen
» Dagens Næringsliv
» Dagsavisen Arbeiderbladet
» Dalane Tidende
» Distriktet
» Fædrelandsvennen Fædrelandsvennen
» Finansavisen
» Finnmark Dagblad
» Finnmarken
» Firda
» Firdaposten
» Fiskaren
» Fjordabladet
» Folkeblad
» Fosna Folket
» Framtid i Nord
» Fremover
» Gausdolen
» Gjengangeren
» Gjesdalbuen
» Grannar
» Grimstad Adressetidende
» Gudbrandsølen – Lillehammer Tilskuer
» Gudbrandsølen Dagningen
» Hadeland
» Halden Arbeiderblad
» Hallingdølen
» Hamar Arbeiderblad
» Hardanger Folkeblad
» Harstad Tidende
» Haugesunds Avis
» Helgeland Arbeiderblad
» Hordaland
» Indre Akershus Blad
» Jærbladet
» Klar Tale
» Klassekampen
» Lindesnes Avis
» Lofotposten – (Lofoten)
» Montel Energy News
» Morgenbladet – (Oslo)
» Moss Avis
» Moss Dagblad
» Municipal Reporter
» Nærnett
» Namdals-Avisa
» Nationen
» Nettavisen – (Oslo)
» Nettavisen – (Oslo – English version)
» Nordlandsposten
» Nordlys
» NorgeIDAG
» Norway Post – (In English)
» Ny Tid
» Nytt i uka
» Oppland Arbeiderblad
» Os og Fusaposten
» Oslostudenten
» Østlandets Blad
» Østlands-Posten – (Larvik & Lardal Counties)
» Østlendingen – (Hedmark County)
» Porsgrunns Dagblad
» Rana Blad – (Nordland)
» Ringerikes Blad
» Rogalands Avis
» Romerikes Blad
» Romsdals Budstikke – (Molde)
» Ságat
» Saltenposten
» Sandefjords Blad
» Sandnesposten
» Sarpsborg Arbeiderblad
» Smaalenene
» Sogn Avis
» Sør-Trøndelag
» Søvesten
» Stavanger Aftenblad
» Stavanger Avisen
» Stjørdalens Blad
» Strandbuen
» Studvest – (University of Bergen)
» Sunnmøringen
» Sunnmørsposten
» Svalbard Posten
» Telemarksavisa
» Tidens Krav
» Tønsbergs Blad
» TradeWinds
» Troms Folkeblad
» Tromsø By
» Trønder-Avisa
» Tysnes
» Valdres
» Varden
» Vårt Land
» Verdalingen – (Nord-Trøndelag, Verdal)
» Verdens Gang
» Vestnytt
Russia
» 1/10
» 41, Zelenograd – (Zelenograd)
» Alfavit
» Amurskaya Zaria – (Amursk)
» Argumenti I Fakti
» ARI Russian News Agency – (Saint-Petersburg – In English)
» Arsenievskie Vesti – (Arsenievsk)
» Auto Vitrina – (Sankt-Petersburg)
» Auto Vladivostok – (Vladivostok)
» Autoprimier – (Naberezhnie Chelni)
» Birzha+
» Bryansk Time
» Bryanskoe Vremia – (Bryansk)
» Chas Pik – (Sankt-Petersburg)
» Chelyabinsk Press – (Chelyabinsk)
» Commersant
» Computer Info – (Sankt-Petersburg)
» Computerra+ – (Tula)
» Continent Siberia – (Novosibirsk)
» Dar
» Delo – (Irkutsk)
» Delovoe Povozhie – (Volgograd)
» Delovoi Express
» Delovoi Krug – (Ekaterinburg)
» Delovoi Peterburg – (English version)
» Delovoi Ural – (Cheliabinsk)
» Demokratichesky Vybor
» Derzhis Krepche – (Sankt-Petersburg)
» Donskoy Courier – (Millerovo)
» Duel – (Moscow)
» Dvazhdy Dva – (Tomsk)
» Edinstvo – (Naberezhnie Chelny)
» Ekonomikai Zhiznj
» Energy – (Novosibirsk)
» Epigraph – (Novosibirsk)
» Era
» Express Chronicle – (Moscow)
» Express Izhevsk
» Extrabalt – (English and German versions available , Sankt-Petersburg)
» Ezhednevnie Novosty – (Vladivostok)
» Financial Newspaper
» Gateway to Russia – (In English)
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Most Hated Man in the World

Friday, July 8th, 2005

   This poll was requested by the poster TrendsetterA, this was his post.

Marty,
Here is something I posted on another board. I thought you might find it interesting to conduct a poll here.
In your opinion, who is the most hated man in the world?

   He went on to ask for your choice of names to be polled. If you submit a different person who is on the world stage I will add the name to the poll. Unfortunately, hatred is human condition which affects us all. My question is how do we deal with that emotion?



FBI most wanted - Usama Bin Laden FBI most wanted - Ayman Al-Zawahiri

Burning of the Flag or the Constitution

Friday, July 1st, 2005

   Like most Americans I am opposed to the act of flag burning. The American Flag is a symbol of our liberties; it is at the core a Liberal symbol. If anyone listens to the Pledge of allegiance, they will see that the Flag stands for Liberal principles.

I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands: one Nation under God, indivisible, With Liberty and Justice for all.

   “Liberty and Justice for all” encompass the three principles of the Liberal movement, “Freedom, Justice and equality.” I no more believe that it is American to burn the flag than I believe it is Christian to burn a cross! With that said to outlaw it only restricts the very freedoms that we want to preserve.

Sixteen years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that flag burning was a form of protected speech, an expression of freedom. That very notion is uncomfortable — and should be. But instead of answering questions about power, Congress has been trying ever since to strip freedom from those who hold it dear. “It's time to stand up for our symbol,” Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, told The New York Times. Hatch is sponsoring a proposed amendment to the U.S. Constitution to ban flag banning. “I consider defecating on the flag, urinating on the flag, burning the flag with contempt — just to mention three — to be offensive conduct, not speech.” Check here to read more.

   What Congress does not seem to grasp is that they are more concern with the symbol of our freedoms than our very freedoms themselves. One might say by banning the burning of the Flag they are burning up the Constitution. It would be far more prudent to use the tax payers’ money to educate the public through television and radio ads as to the freedoms entitled to all Americans in the Constitution and Bill of Right. Such education could restore the respect that the Flag rightly deserves.