Date: November 6th 2007 Presents
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TVNL Editor's Comments: Hey Democrats: Can You Hear Me Now?

So the Democrats helped the Bush dictatorship by approving the latest Nazi like Attorney General and the idiots who still think that electing democrats will solve all of our problems are “disturbed!” Aww, poor babies. Have you learned your lessons yet? Has anything changed? Has one crime committed by this vile anti-American, anti-life on earth, anti-everything administration been halted, forget prosecuted? Has ANYTHING changed or has everything continued as planned?

I told you that the fact that Congress was permitted to go Democratic was a ploy by the people who run our government (from behind the scenes) to quiet down the activists. In a sense they were trying to prevent the progression of a revolution because they knew bleeding heart liberals have too much faith in the system to realize that the problems facing us are not political they are criminal!

Face it...every single day Democrats watch in befuddlement as their all talk members of Congress continue to support the enemies of this nation. The enemies I am speaking of are the Neocons who control Bush policy. War continues, actually it's growing, the corrupt contracts continue to be awarded, our rights continue to erode, our environment continues to lose governmental protection, every area of regulation continue to be regulated (I should say unregulated) by the very people who work for the regulated industries and every aspect of daily living continues to worsen. But Democrats thing electing more criminals, again, will solve their problems.

Folks, these people conducted the events of 9/11. They stole presidential elections. They raped our Constitution. They looted our treasure. They continue to destroy this nation even with a Democratically controlled Congress. Nothing has changed. Nothing. Have you not noticed this?

Folks...wake up! Harsher terms are in order, but I'll spare my readers. The system is broken. Drastic measures are in order. Stop campaigning for anyone who is tagged by the media as a top tier candidate. Stop your involvement with gate keeping organizations like MoveOn. Stop contributing to the Democratic party. And start educating your fellow Democrats! It's not politics we need to worry's crime. Once you understand that we can work towards a real solution to our problems! Think about it! Jesse Richard – Editor,

PERSONAL NOTE UPDATE: For the many people who have written me asking what has been going on...I will be writing a personal blog piece on what I have been going through. I think you will find it interesting and quite informative taking into account all I have learned from the experience.

According to my CT scans I am not dead yet. Actually I am feeling much better. It seems that I am on the way to a full recovery. Again...thanks for all of your nice comments and well wishes!

Thank you for understanding,

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2007 now the deadliest year for U.S. troops in Iraq
- The grim record came despite lower death rates in recent months, which were not enough to offset death tolls that topped 100 during three months in the spring.

90 Reported Killed in Afghan Bombing - A suicide bomber killed some 90 people and wounded 50 on Tuesday in an attack on a group of visiting Afghan parliamentarians in northern Afghanistan, the director of the local hospital said.

5 Soldiers Killed in Iraq - The soldiers died Monday, said Rear Adm. Gregory Smith, director of the Multi-National Force-Iraq's communications division.

Iraqi Official Gunned Down in Baghdad - Two carloads of gunman ambushed a top aide to Iraq's Finance Ministry on Sunday in Baghdad, killing him and his driver, police said. The two were among 15 people killed or found dead in Iraq.

Military action still an option with Iran, Cheney says in Dallas - Mr. Cheney's speech comes a day after Defense Secretary Robert Gates said that Iranian leaders have given assurances that they will try to stop the flow of projectiles and other weapons from Iran to Iraq.

Whistleblowers claim contractor fraud ignored - Barrington "Barry" Godfrey of Houston tried to get mega-contractor KBR to quit overcharging the government for thousands of troops he said the company never fed. He alleges he was forced out for raising the issue, and that the Justice Department tried unsuccessfully to keep his allegations secret and then refused to join him in a whistleblower suit.


Mukasey Is (Much) Worse Than Gonzales
- Like Gonzales, Mukasey refuses to accept that the president of the United States must abide by the laws of the land, beginning with the Constitution. In fact, the nominee to replace the worst Attorney General since Calvin Coolidge forced Harry Micajah Daugherty to quit rather than face impeachment is actually takes a more extreme position in defense of an imperial presidency than did Gonzales.

Plan: Use wounded troops if diplomats refuse service - Rep. Hunter urges Bush to fire rebellious officials who complain Baghdad assignment 'death sentence'

Bush: No attorney general if not Mukasey - President Bush sought to save Michael Mukasey's troubled nomination for attorney general Thursday, defending the retired judge's refusal to say whether he considers waterboarding torture and warning of a leaderless Justice Department if Democrats do not confirm him.
TVNL Comment: Can anyone still say that Bush is not a tyrant?


The worst crisis I've seen in 30 years
- The latest financial downturn is the final nail in the coffin of the conservative free-market world-view

Crash is coming, warns top investor - THE man responsible for investing $41 billion of the State's money has warned mum-and-dad investors to prepare for a massive sharemarket crash.

Phoenix Arizona has 20,000 empty homes for sale - This story should remind everyone reading why you should NEVER listen to a realtor on commission. Especially the stupid ones.

Study: Gas prices up 16 cents in 2 weeks - The average price of regular gasoline on Friday was $2.96 a gallon, mid-grade was $3.08, and premium was $3.19, oil industry analyst Trilby Lundberg said.

Ohio Cities Buying Up Foreclosed Homes For $1 Each - Under a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development program, cities in Ohio may buy unsold foreclosed homes for $1 each.

Chrysler to cut up to 12,000 jobs - The automaker will cut 8,500 to 10,000 hourly jobs and 2,100 salaried jobs through 2008. The company already had begun cutting 1,100 temporary workers Wednesday. It will eliminate shifts at five North American assembly plants and cut four vehicle models from its lineup.

Making Up Jobs - I don’t believe it. Most of those jobs — 103,000 of them, before seasonal adjustment — were added by the statisticians, not reported by employers. (It should be noted that, before seasonal adjustment, there were 201,000 jobs added, so this is just more than half.)

9/11 News :

Sept. 11 Firefighter Memorial Unveiled
- A bronze-and-steel sculpture of three New York City firefighters raising the U.S. flag amid the ruins of the World Trade Center is a reminder to "never give up," the head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency said Monday at a dedication ceremony.

Explosive Evidence - High Temperatures Prove WTC Demolition - What could have caused such high temperatures? Certain high-explosives put out extremely high temperatures.

FBI Whistleblower Sibel Edmonds Will Now Tell All - and Face Charges if Necessary - to Any Major Television Network That Will Let Her - Everything she hasn't been allowed to tell since 2002, about the criminal penetration of the FBI where she worked, and at the Departments of State and Defense; everything she heard concerning the corruption and illegal activities of several well-known members of Congress; everything she's aware of concerning information omitted and/or covered up in relation to 9/11. All of the information gleaned from her time listening to and translating wire-taps made prior to 9/11 at the FBI.


Senate panel approves Bush's attorney general nominee - The Senate Judiciary Committee voted to advance the nomination of Michael Mukasey for attorney general to the Senate floor Tuesday, virtually ensuring his confirmation before Thanksgiving Day.

BREAKING: JUDICIARY COMMITTEE FILES CONTEMPT OF CONGRESS REPORT WITH HOUSE CLERK - The report filed is for criminal contempt, versus inherent contempt.

In 2004, Chuck Schumer Supported the Right of Bush to Use Torture at His Discretion. - Even though Mukasey is best buddies with Rudy Giuliani (which tells you a lot already), Chuck Schumer championed him for the AG spot with such zeal you would have thought Chuck was mainlining speed.


Doctor Questions Politics in Indictment - In a motion submitted late Friday, attorneys for Wecht asked U.S. District Judge Arthur J. Schwab to rule on whether Republican U.S. Attorney Mary Beth Buchanan targeted Wecht because he is a Democrat.

Bush vetoes $23-billion water bill - The bill would authorize more than 900 projects, such as restoration in the Florida Everglades and the replacement of seven Depression-era locks on the Upper Mississippi and Illinois rivers that farm groups say is crucial for shipping grain.

Legal challenge on electoral change - Torres insisted the initiative would be illegal because the U.S. Constitution gives state legislatures the power to determine their presidential electors. The proposal being circulated by Republican consultants would assign California's electors on a district-by-district basis rather than award the statewide winner all 55 electoral votes.


Shocking: 18 Years on and Exxon Still Won't Pay $2.5 Billion for Valdez Oil Spill - And now the Supreme Court has agreed to hear Exxon try to explain why it shouldn't pay.

Global food crisis looms as climate change and fuel shortages bite - "If you combine the increase of the oil prices and the increase of food prices then you have the elements of a very serious [social] crisis in the future," said Jacques Diouf, head of the FAO, in London last week.

Tennessee town has run out of water - The severe drought tightening like a vise across the Southeast has threatened the water supply of cities large and small, sending politicians scrambling for solutions. But Orme, about 40 miles west of Chattanooga and 150 miles northwest of Atlanta, is a town where the worst-case scenario has already come to pass: The water has run out.


Lebanese paper: US okays large Gaza op
- More than a dozen mortar shells were fired at western Negev communities during Shabbat, while a Lebanese newspaper reported that Israel has been given a diplomatic "green light" for a large military operation in the Gaza Strip.

Putin warns of outside forces that wish to split Russia and take over its natural resources - President Vladimir Putin said Sunday that there are people in the world who wish to split up Russia and take over its vast natural resources, and others who would like to "rule over all mankind," a veiled reference to the United States.

Rice rejects compromise to solve Lebanese crisis - US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice warned on Friday against diplomatic moves to resolve the standoff between Lebanon's rival political camps through compromise. Rice's comments came as Lebanon's rival camps are trying to reach a deal over a successor to President Emile Lahoud, who must step down on November 24.


Air Force grounds entire fleet of F-15s - The US Air Force has grounded its entire fleet of F-15s, the service's premier fighter aircraft, after one of the planes disintegrated over eastern Missouri during a training mission, raising the possibility of a fatal flaw in the aging fighters' fuselage that could keep it out of the skies for months.

VA says 6 percent of combat vets have TBIs - About 6 percent of Afghanistan and Iraq war veterans seeking treatment at Department of Veterans Affairs hospitals have been diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries, according to preliminary data released Friday.

Marine recruiters busted in exam fraud - Nine Marine Corps recruiters who worked in the Houston area were punished for using fraudulent stand-ins to take military-entrance exams for prospective recruits who might not otherwise measure up, the military confirmed Wednesday.

Report: Army short on personnel to supply troops - The Army does not have enough personnel or training to adequately supply its soldiers in combat, and it needs an additional 2,000 military and civilian personnel with the authority to sign and manage contracts, according to a new report obtained by the Associated Press.

From the Desk of Donald Rumsfeld . . . - In a series of internal musings and memos to his staff, then-Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld argued that Muslims avoid "physical labor" and wrote of the need to "keep elevating the threat," "link Iraq to Iran" and develop "bumper sticker statements" to rally public support for an increasingly unpopular war.


Keith Olbermann Special Comment - In light of the recent revelations related to Daniel Levin, former acting assistant attorney general for the Bush administration in 2004, Keith Olbermann cuts to the chase in a lengthy Special Comment and clearly accuses George W. Bush of criminal acts that warrant trial and imprisonment.

If you are reading this blog then you are a HOMEGROWN TERRORIST - Terrorism prevention act of 2007 amends the Homeland Sec Act of 2002 to add provisions concerning the prevention of homegrown terrorism by individuals born raised or based and operating primarily in the USA.


ABC News found to be secretly taping reactions to gays kissing in public - ABC is conducting a social experiment gauging the reactions of the general public to displays of affection between members of the same sex.

Tim Russert: Stop the Inanity - Russert passes for a "tough" interviewer by adopting a confrontational pose rather than asking genuinely challenging questions. Which is why he's a terrible moderator for our presidential debates.

Yet Another Journalist Slain In Iraq - An Iraqi editor was slain in Baghdad, the Committee to Protect Journalists announced Monday, raising to at least 122 the number of journalists killed in Iraq since the war started in March 2003.


Superfast Laser Turns Virus Into Rubble - "We have demonstrated a technique of using a laser to excite vibrations on the shield of a virus and damage it, so that it's no longer functional," said Kong-Thon Tsen, a professor of physics at Arizona State University. "We're testing it on HIV and hepatitis right now."

Mother Jailed, Put On Trial for Curing Her Son of Melanoma - An unholy alliance of California Child Protective Services (CPS) with a hostile doctor and judge is attempting to railroad Laurie Jessop, framed as a threat to her son and the establishment for finding a way to cure him of malignant melanoma.

Volcanic clay found to kill 99 per cent of MRSA superbugs - However, it denied her funding because of a lack of scientific evidence.


Fox News correspondent on his on-air "waterboarding": "a pretty efficient mechanism to get someone to talk and then still have them alive and healthy within minutes" - Fox News' Steve Harrigan underwent what he described as three "phase[s]" of the controversial interrogation technique known as "waterboarding," on camera, concluding that the technique is "a pretty efficient mechanism to get someone to talk and then still have them alive and healthy within minutes." Psychologists have asserted that "such forms of near-asphyxiation" can lead to long-term psychological damage.

Top US legal adviser refuses to rule out 'torture' technique - The top legal adviser within the US state department, who counsels the secretary of state, Condoleezza Rice, on international law, has declined to rule out the use of the interrogation technique known as waterboarding even if it were applied by foreign intelligence services on US citizens.


Senate Panel Probes 6 Top Televangelists - According to Grassley's office, the Iowa Republican is trying to determine whether or not these ministries are improperly using their tax-exempt status as churches to shield lavish lifestyles.

Assassin's celebration clashes with Rabin memorial - An annual memorial for slain Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin drew tens of thousands of mourners after a court cleared the way for his assassin's newborn son to be circumcised in jail, on the 12th anniversary of the killing.

Why They Called It the Manhattan Project - They include warehouses that held uranium, laboratories that split the atom, and the project’s first headquarters — a skyscraper hidden in plain sight right across from City Hall.

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