Friday, November 28, 2014
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The Associated PressHighlights of this day in history: Sen. Robert F. Kennedy assassinated in Los Angeles; The Six-Day War erupts in the Mideast; Birth of the Marshall Plan; First reported AIDS cases in the U.S.; Former President Ronald Reagan dies.

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As an addendum to yesterdays story Did / Does Obama Support Palestinian Rights Over The Israelis? I created this video so that we on the right have a more accessible link to it’s contents.

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[b]Update:[/b] Marzilli [url=]announced today[/url] that he will not run for re-election. Another day, another self-described ultra-liberal finds himself in trouble with the law because of, ahem, [url=]inappropriate constituent service[/url]. [quote]State Senator J. James Marzilli Jr., arraigned yesterday on charges that he tried to grope a woman and harass another on busy streets in downtown Lowell, faces further investigation as more women came forward with accusations of inappropriate sexual contact.[/quote] Of course it should be a given in Massachusetts, but I find it interesting that the Globe waits until the 6th graph to inform us that Sen. Marzilli is a Democrat - who happens to represent one of the beautiful people burgs of Arlington, by the way. Oh, please read on... it gets better!

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From [url=]The Foundry[/url] [quote]The U.S. Department of Energy officially submitted the license application to build a nuclear waste facility at Yucca Mountain in Nevada earlier this week. A strong supporter of the Lieberman-Warner carbon capping bill, Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) was incredulous, telling reporters: “Yucca Mountain is as close to being dead as any piece of legislation could be.” However, both Sens. Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) and John Warner (R-Va.) recognize that their bill will not pass without more nuclear power. Far to Warner and Lieberman’s left though, Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) thinks the bill does not need to reform the nuclear industry: “Already in the bill there’s a whole funding stream for these low-carbon, noncarbon energy sources and that’s sufficient. I don’t think you need more.” It is nice that Boxer believes this–but the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Energy Information Administration (EIA) sure don’t.[/quote] Definitely worth a read!

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Little Finley chose to live through an abortion and I ask how many more Finley's are there? That this child in utero hid from the abortionist and had the last laugh makes my day joyful. It would appear that abortionist's have become lazy in their rush to kill a baby (what with unprecendented profits)and are now starting to leave some alive to ponder their existence. I wish Finley many happy years and I hope he sees that he is indeed a MIRACLE!,2933,363434,00.html

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From [url=]Yahoo News[/url] via [url=]Drudge[/url] [quote]Iran is threatening to sue countries that it says have damaged its reputation and pushed to have U.N. Security Council involvement in its nuclear program. It is also accusing the United States of pressuring the International Atomic Energy Agency to base its latest probe of Iran's nuclear program on fake evidence suggesting Tehran has tried to make nuclear arms.

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[url=]Not guilty[/url]. So the scorecard currently stands at: six cleared - two to go. Oh, and a memo to US Rep. Jack Murtha (D-Okinawa)... anytime you would like to apologize to the Marines in general, and the "Haditha Eight" in particular, would be fine - you corrupt, fat, disgraceful sack of crap.

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US Marine acquitted of all charges in Haditha killings

A court martial on Wednesday acquitted a US Marine for his role in the deaths of 24 civilians in Haditha in Iraq in 2005, the sixth man to be exonerated in the affair, a military official said.

Lieutenant Andrew Grayson, 27, was declared "not guilty on all charges" by a jury, said a spokesman for the Camp Pendleton military base in southern California where the hearing started on May 28.

Grayson had been charged with making false statements and attempting to fraudulently separate from the Marine Corps. He was also charged with obstruction of justice, but the military judge dismissed this charge Tuesday.

He was the first Marine to stand trial in connection with the killings of 24 men, women and children in Haditha, the most serious war crime allegations leveled at US forces since the 2003 invasion to topple Saddam Hussein.

Justice has been served!

DocJ adds: Oh, and a memo to US Rep. Jack Murtha (D-Okinawa)... anytime you would like to apologize to the Marines in general, and the "Haditha Eight" in particular, would be fine - you corrupt, fat, disgraceful sack of crap.