A Fresh Appeal for International Relief Efforts in Sudan

    Download Podcast | iTunes | Podcast Feed On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Elizabeth Blackney are joined by Gabriel Stauring, to discuss the latest atrocities in the Sudan, how non-profit groups are working to bring attention to the issue and the need for international relief efforts and how the 2012 presidential race might impact America’s involvement in the region. We’re brought | Read More »

    A Fresh Appeal for International Relief Efforts in Sudan

    Download Podcast | iTunes | Podcast Feed On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Elizabeth Blackney are joined by Gabriel Stauring, to discuss the latest atrocities in the Sudan, how non-profit groups are working to bring attention to the issue and the need for international relief efforts and how the 2012 presidential race might impact America’s involvement in the region. We’re brought | Read More »

    News from the peaceful nuclear world: Sudan and Egypt are go.

    News from the ‘peaceful’ nuclear world:  Sudan AND Egypt. First we have Sudan. You know them.  The friendly folks who host all the fun in Darfur. Sudan Moves Forward On ‘Peaceful’ Nuclear Reactor. Sudanese leaders established a nuclear program in early 2010, according to state news agency SUNA, and they plan to build the country’s first nuclear power station in 2020. They say the program is | Read More »

    Today’s Headlines — March 5, 2009

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/mar/05/big-donors-dominate-obama-advisory-board/ EXCLUSIVE: Big donors dominate Obama panel ‘Distinguished citizens’ include subprime banking executive — http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/mar/05/foreign-ties-of-nominee-queried/ Foreign ties of nominee questioned Post handles classified data — http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/mar/05/shell-oil-tries-to-ease-cap-and-trade-pain/ Shell Oil exec sees ‘cap-and-trade’ win Wants to shape bill, not kill it — http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/mar/05/gun-planks-stymie-dc-vote/ Gun planks stymie D.C. vote — http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/mar/05/ice-program-catches-illegals-on-minor-offenses/ Minor offenses trip up illegals ICE program meant to catch perpetrators of serious crimes — http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/mar/05/rove-miers-agree-to-testify-under-oath/ Rove, | Read More »

    Sudan goes further down the toilet; Obama solves the problem

    It’s not that often we get to see two of our favorites in action – the ICC and UN. We don’t see too much about Darfur over here in the MSM since there are more critical things to worry about like where Bobby Jindal was in Sept 05 or whether Rush said anything “controversial” yesterday. But at least someone across the pond is providing some | Read More »

    “War Is Not The Answer” Bumper Stickers

    One thing holding the US up from an Iraq pullout is the fact that we destroyed their armored forces. Appears the US is about to rectify that;http://tinyurl.com/3gknah quote: On July 31/08, the US Defense Security Cooperation Agency announced [PDF] Iraq’s formal request to buy M1 Abrams tanks, well as the associated vehicles, equipment and services required to keep these tanks in the field. It is | Read More »

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    No Bias Here

    According to the propagandists at the AP, being opposed to the so-called International Criminal Court is equivalent to being soft on genocide. Anything to attack President Bush. And people actually trust and rely upon these articles to tell them the truth about the world?

    Impeachnuts Should Listen to Ordinary Americans

    I call them the impeachnuts. They’re a small but zealous group of members of the congress who are obsessed with their hatred of President Bush and members of his administration. Displaying the late-stage symptoms of BADS (Bush Administration Derangemnt syndrome), they’ve been grandstanding with the prospects of impeaching the president and vice president. Never mind that the odds of actually convincing the full House to | Read More »