Yes, we were hacked again.

Once again the flying monkey brownshirts have attacked our website. We’re currently working on it and hope to have things repaired shortly. Here’s the headlines that we have so far for today:

Bush invokes his executive privilege to be given candid advice on his decisions to prevent testimony on decisions he claims to have had nothing to do with


Turkish military forces amass 140,000 troops on Iraqi-Kurd border.


Judges OK warrantless monitoring of Web use: Privacy rules don’t apply to Internet messages, court says

Senators Say They Will Call On Patrick Fitzgerald To Testify


NAACP chairman criticizes Bush policies as civil rights group’s annual meeting opens. Kanye West unavailable for comment.

Leadership Vacant At Homeland Security

Christian, Pro-Family Groups Stand Up In Support Of Hate

Adviser: Bush Made Libby Decision To Avoid Pissing Off His Boss


Don’t know if you’re on to it yet or not but the link to enter the forum is diverting to here:

Postcards from irrelevance: Former GOP senator Rick Santorum criticizes GOP revolt over Iraq.


Watch the following interviews to learn about Mike Gravel’s stances on the issues


 “As a longtime attorney at the US Department of Justice, I can honestly say that I have never been as ashamed of the department and government that I serve as I am at this time.


Federal court upholds tribal court’s jurisdiction


Attacks on supply convoys protected by private security companies in Iraq have more than tripled

Bomber Kills 23 Army Recruits, Weekend Toll at 250

Prominent Shiite and Sunni politicians called on Iraqi civilians to take up arms to defend themselves after a weekend of violence that claimed more than 220 lives

Iran, IAEA set to hold fresh talks


Curveball Jr. :A former Iranian deputy defense minister defected to the United States and is spilling his country’s nuclear secrets, an Israeli newspaper reported.

IAEA expected to approve a multi-million dollar budget for inspection operations in North Korea in anticipation of Pyongyang’s shut down of the Yongbyon nuclear facility


For profit’s sake, China’s people are getting poisoned.


UK: There’s a global database of known stolen passports. The government isn’t connected to it. They didn’t think it was important


Three Men Convicted In Failed ’05 UK Terror Plot


Pine Ridge farmer struggles to grow hemp

Saudi Arabia has criticised U.S. charges that it is guilty of human trafficking, saying a U.S. State Department report was misleading and ignored Saudi efforts to stamp out the practice.

Save the airwaves for Democracy


Right wing smear machine has nothing on Edwards, settles for whatever they can get.

 The Intertribal Council on Utility Policy was recognized on a world-class level for its work in the creation of a plan to offer clean, renewable energy to tribal reservations and improve economic conditions in Indian country.


Cherokee Nation honored as an environmental steward

Maryland: Montgomery County’s ethics commission has agreed to look into the propriety of a four-year-old endorsement by county elections chief Margaret Jurgensen of touch-screen voting machines produced by Diebold Election Systems.

WTC7 – This is an Orange

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