Sunday, May 24, 2009

Memorial Day May 25, 2009



War Criminals Watch exists for one and only one reason: to ensure that prosecutions of high officials of the Bush administration who are guilty of "high crimes and misdemeanors" take place now. Key actors in the Bush administration must be held accountable and prosecuted for the crimes they stand accused, in the eyes of world public opinion, of having committed.
Editorialists may demand action. Politicians will call for it. But only an energized and politically active public can make those prosecutions happen. They need to be publicly shamed and prevented from occupying powerful or influential positions within our society. As in other cases where authorities have gone beyond US and international law as well as the laws of decency, only a public accounting will restore lawful conduct.

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Saturday, May 23, 2009

Habitually Retreating Harry Reid..

Who actually said,
"Guantanamo makes us less safe," so it logically follows that "this is neither the time nor the bill to deal with this."

Play him off, keyboard cat


Thanks ToniD.. :)

Friday, May 22, 2009

Mars robots may have destroyed evidence of life

New Scientist

20 May 2009 by David Shiga

HAVE Mars landers been destroying signs of life? Instead of identifying chemicals that could point to life, NASA's robot explorers may have been toasting them by mistake.

In 1976, many people's hopes of finding life on Mars collapsed when the twin Viking landers failed to detect even minute quantities of organic compounds - the complex, carbon-containing molecules that are central to life as we know it. "It contributed, in my opinion, to the fact that there were no additional [US lander] missions to Mars for 20 years," says Jeff Moore of NASA's Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California.

The result also created a puzzle. Even if Mars has never had life, comets and asteroids that have struck the planet should have scattered at least some organic molecules - though not produced by life - over its surface.

Some have suggested that organics were cleansed from the surface by naturally occurring, highly reactive chemicals such as hydrogen peroxide. Then last year, NASA's Phoenix lander, which also failed to detect organics on Mars, stumbled on something in the Martian soil that may have, in effect, been hiding the organics: a class of chemicals called perchlorates.

At low temperatures, perchlorates are relatively harmless. But when heated to hundreds of degrees Celsius they release a lot of oxygen, which tends to cause any nearby combustible material to burn. For that very reason, perchlorates are used in rocket propulsion.

The Phoenix and Viking landers looked for organic molecules by heating soil samples to similarly high temperatures to evaporate them and analyse them in gas form. When Douglas Ming of NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, and colleagues tried heating organics and perchlorates like this on Earth, the resulting combustion left no trace of organics behind. Ming's team presented their results at the recent Lunar and Planetary Science Conference in Houston.


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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Let's Go Daddy O !

Come on ya Hypocritical Wussy !

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Email to The Usually Spineless..

Senator Feinstein,Pelosi,Congress Woman Davis,Please read..

Top Powell aide says Congress is most ’spineless’ he’s seen in 65 years

By David Edwards and John Byrne

Published: May 20, 2009

The former chief of staff to Secretary of State Colin Powell — who of late has been supportive of more liberal positions — launched a stunning broadside against the Democratic-controlled Congress Wednesday, asserting that it’s been “spineless” when it comes to oversight and the most feckless he’s seen in 65 years.

Former Powell aide Col. Lawrence Wilkerson said he agrees with Democrats who say the CIA isn’t known for telling the truth. But he also launched a salvo at Congress for its alleged failure to investigate abuses of power.

“We could have less feckless leadership in the Congress in terms of oversight,” Wilkerson said. “And I’m not just talking about the Select Committees in the House and the Senate for Intelligence. I’m talking about the leadership in the Congress.

“This has been the most feckless Congress ever since 2000 that I’ve seen in my 65 years,” Wilkerson added. “I just don’t think there’s leadership over there. It’s spineless, it lacks courage, lacks political will.

He continued: “I shudder for the fact that we’ve got to face these economic and financial challenges we’ve got to face — Iran, Afghanistan, North Korea and other things — and we don’t have a Congress that has any leadership.”

Wilkerson also told CNN’s Kiran Chetry that the CIA regularly didn’t tell the whole truth in briefings. “The leadership of the CIA does not have a stellar record about telling the full and unequivocal truth about its covert operations,” he said.

But Wilkerson doesn’t think that an investigation into the CIA’s practices would bear fruit. “I doubt very seriously if [Speaker Nancy Pelosi] has the kind of power — and I mean this seriously — to cause evidence to come forward from the CIA that would be self-incriminating. I just don’t think that’s going to happen.”

This video is from CNN’s American Morning, broadcast May 20, 2009.

Story and Video at link..

Sadly It's True..

Our Congress,Especially Our Democrat leadership,is Spineless !

Absolutely NO Accountability !

Thank you,M..A Democrat..

Thanks,ToniD.. :)

The M$M..


Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Friday, May 15, 2009

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Break Room Live from 12noon-1pm PST every weekday on green

Our boys are finally getting noticed again..Woot Woot ! :)

We are going to start carrying that program live from 12noon-1pm every weekday on green I'm a fan of the stuff they're doing, I love the interactivity..and I thought you might like it too. We'll get the page and the player up in a couple of days..

PLUS a interview with Sam at Link..


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