Chaplain Who Called for Attack on Islam Fired

A top Navy chaplain who wrote a book several years ago attacking Islam, calling the religion “evil,” and urging the United States to launch a “jihad” against the faith, has been fired from a prestigious theological institute after officials …
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Classified Memo Reveals Iraqi Prisoners "Starving"

A classified memo written by a top military official stationed in Western Iraq reveals that a prison in downtown Fallujah is so overcrowded and dirty that it does not even meet basic “minimal levels of hygiene for human beings.”
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IBM, Darrell Issa, and Millions of “Lost” Emails

At a Congressional committee hearing in February, Theresa Payton, the chief information officer at the White House Office of Administration, testified that White House emails sent and received between 2003 and 2005 fell into a virtual black hole when the Bush …
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WH Official: Finding Missing Emails Too Much Work

The White House’s chief information officer said the Bush administration should not be compelled to search for millions of emails on individual computers and hard drives that may have been lost between 2003 and 2005 because it would be too expensive …
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The Making of “Operation Iraqi Freedom”

The Iraq war, which was predicated on the existence of weapons of mass destruction, has resulted in the deaths of nearly 4,000 US troops and has cost taxpayers roughly half-a-trillion dollars.
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Bear Stearns’ Questionable Trading Practices

Last March, Scott Coren and Michael Nannizzi, analysts at Bear Stearns, issued a report upgrading the stock of New Century Financial, a company that provides sub-prime mortgages to low-income homebuyers, from “underperform” to “peer-perform.”
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Fired Attorney Details GOP Effort to ‘Cage’ Votes

The Justice Department issued a directive to every US attorney in the country to find and prosecute cases of voter fraud in their states during the height of hotly contested elections in 2002, 2004, and 2006, even though evidence of such abuses …
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Fired Attorney Details GOP Effort to ‘Cage’ Votes

The Justice Department issued a directive to every US attorney in the country to find and prosecute cases of voter fraud in their states during the height of hotly contested elections in 2002, 2004, and 2006, even though evidence of such abuses …
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Chaplain Called for Attack on Islam Scrutinized

On paper, Lieutenant Commander Brian K. Waite, a United States Navy chaplain, appears to be one of the nation’s foremost scholars on a wide-range of topics such as traumatology, theology, and Biblical history.
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“Myth” of Voter Fraud Focus of Senate Hearing

Last year, during the height of the Congressional investigation into the firings of US attorneys, David Iglesias and John McKay, two of the nine federal prosecutors who were ousted, revealed that they were pressured by Republicans to bring charges of vote fraud against people who intended to voter for Democrats in separate elections in New Mexico and Washington state several years ago.

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