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juan cole piece on the harvard report on the power of the jewish lobby.

- dave 4-18-2006 4:57 pm [link] [4 comments]

Schwarzkopf called it in 2003

- mark 4-18-2006 4:02 am [link] [1 comment]

Patrick Fitzgerald demonstrates ability to deliver convictions

- mark 4-18-2006 2:38 am [link] [add a comment]

the cost of this war will be measured in destroyed lives. among them are the almost one in three returning soldiers effected for life by PTSD:

Of the 505,366 troops who have left the military after serving in Iraq and Afghanistan in the past four years, 144,424 have sought health care through Veterans Affairs. Of that number, 46,571 received preliminary diagnoses of mental disorders, including 20,638 with PTSD, according to the VA.

The numbers don't capture the full scope of the nation's growing PTSD caseload, however. Many former troops seek psychological help from private practices or other sources. Neither does the number account for PTSD sufferers currently enlisted in the military.

(The Independent requested the numbers of diagnosed PTSD cases from the various military branches, but officials are either still working to meet the request or say the information is not readily available.)

- bill 4-15-2006 11:17 pm [link] [add a comment]

Cheney Authorized Leak Of CIA Report, Libby Says
- bill 4-15-2006 6:52 pm [link] [add a comment]

see more hersh on dee moe crazy now.

- dave 4-15-2006 4:23 pm [link] [add a comment]

urban combat skateboard?

- dave 4-15-2006 12:05 pm [link] [add a comment]

whatever you do, dont let jim read this.

- dave 4-14-2006 4:51 pm [link] [1 comment]

Sorry for the Drudge link, but this guy Gravel sounds like he might be a interesting. Any of you old timers remember him?

I need somebody better than my current pick, Al Gore 2.0.
- jim 4-14-2006 12:26 am [link] [2 comments]

"Venezuela has vast deposits of extra-heavy oil and tar sands in the Orinoco basin which traditionally are not inventoried because they were too expensive to exploit, but at 50 US dollars melting them into liquid petroleum becomes extremely profitable. The DoE estimates that the Venezuelan government controls 1.3 trillion barrels of oil - more than the entire declared oil reserves of the rest of the planet.

Venezuela's deposits alone could extend the oil age for another 100 years."

- dave 4-13-2006 4:43 pm [link] [11 comments]

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