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Monthly Archives: April 2002

Re-elect Defazio, He brings home the pork!

By Steve Norman Albany Democrat-Herald Albany and Millersburg officials Monday gave Congressman Peter DeFazio a driving tour of the cities’ joint water project and pitched him on the importance of finding federal grant money to help with the cost. “This open canal is a unique problem and warrants quick attention,” DeFazio said as he stood [...]

Palistinians renege on deal. (What a shock.) Israel says it wants six Palestinians incarcerated with U.S. and British supervision: four militants convicted last week of the killing of Israeli Tourism Minister Rehavaam Zeevi in October 2001; Ahmed Saadat, the leader of the group to which the four belong, the Popular Front for the Liberation of [...]

As noted in Instapundit, Uthant has a plan. Perhaps the international community wouldn’t be so stumped by the conflict had it bothered to ask Uthant for advice. [It's not like we weren't Secretary General of the United Nations for ten years for fuck's sake.]

So, the Palistinian gunmen holed up in the Bethlehem church are common thieves. Is anyone surprised? Three Armenian monks, who had been held hostage by the Palestinian gunmen inside the Bethlehem’s Church of the Nativity, managed to flee the church area via a side gate yesterday morning. They immediately thanked the soldiers for rescuing them. [...]

In Most of the world this would be considered child abuse. But these are Palistinians and thus cannot be held to the same standards as civilized humans. All they are teaching gives peace no chance / At a few Gaza schools, children get an education in hate Hassain then quizzes the class about a previous, [...]

New Evidence in Killings of Anti-Chávez Protesters But more than two weeks after 17 people died and another 100 were wounded in the incident, the worst case of political violence in Venezuela in a decade, new evidence has emerged that seems to show that the men on the bridge were exchanging gunfire with other armed [...]

Muslims have a “feeling” that they are being discriminated against.

For Many American Muslims, Complaints of Quiet but Persistent Bias The unease that many people now feel is not necessarily linked to a concrete event or overt behavior.

I’m Shocked, Shocked I Tell You.

Democrats to exploit finance-law loophole

Bad News For Paul Erlich

Oil Fields’ Free Refill Although it sounds too good to be true, increasing evidence from the Gulf of Mexico suggests that some old oil fields are being refilled by petroleum surging up from deep below, scientists report. That may mean that current estimates of oil and gas abundance are far too low.

Whites Always Guilty, says researcher

Study Examines Stereotypes of Light, Dark-Skinned Blacks Among black males, 55 percent listed “poor” as a characteristic of dark-skinned blacks; 27.5 percent listed it for light-skinned blacks. Among white males, 45.2 percent used “poor” for dark-skinned blacks, compared with 28.6 percent for light-skinned blacks. The differences in that category were even more dramatic for women. [...]