White House Protest Corps


The Russia/Georgia Conflict and the Tactics of 2002
October 27, 2008, 11:40 am
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Reason’s Cathy Young and other fanatical supporters of Georgia use character smears and “pro-Putin” insults to try to stifle debate.

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JFK enraged at Zionist control of MidEast policy & chutzpah
October 27, 2008, 6:46 am
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JFK was outraged to have a Zionist group come to him and say: “We know your campaign is in trouble. We’re willing to pay your bills if you’ll let us have control of your Middle East policy.'” Kennedy, as a presidential candidate, also resented the crudity with which he’d been approached. ‘They wanted control of our Middle East Policy.’

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Operations Falcon and the Looming Police State
October 25, 2008, 7:24 am
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Operation Falcon is the clearest indication that the Bush administration is fine-tuning its shock-troops so it can roll up tens of thousands of people at a moment’s notice and toss them into the newly-built Halliburton detention camps. This should be a red flag for anyone who cares about human rights, civil liberties, or simply saving his own skin.

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Operations Falcon and the Looming Police State
October 25, 2008, 1:01 am
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Operation Falcon is the clearest indication that the Bush administration is fine-tuning its shock-troops so it can roll up tens of thousands of people at a moment’s notice and toss them into the newly-built Halliburton detention camps. This should be a red flag for anyone who cares about human rights, civil liberties, or simply saving his own skin.

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Indigenous Colombians March 10,000-Strong Against Uribe
October 24, 2008, 3:23 am
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Marchers are protesting the militarization of their territories, the US-Colombia Free Trade Agreement, and the failure of Uribe
’s administration to fulfill various accords with the indigenous communities. We speak to Rafael Coicué, an indigenous leader who lost sight in his left eye when he was assaulted by masked gunmen in his home, and Mario

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