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  • ...a]] [[topic::Obama-Biden administration]] [[topic::Robert Gates]] [[topic::US Republican Party/propaganda]] ...dent. Nobody ever accused George W. Bush of being weak or unwilling to use military force," Gates, who served as Defense Secretary for Presidents George W. Bus
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  • <let name=data index=Topics>\George W. Bush\democracy\dictatorship\US-Iraq War\Bush-Cheney administration/anti-democracy</let> a second term on {{date|2005-01-20|January 20, 2005}} after [[2004 US presidential election|being chosen]] by the majority of citizens in America
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  • ...s actions away from the Alliance council, that neither he nor the Centauri military command have any knowledge of the attacks. ...]], without an international consensus. We are now considering [[potential US attack on Iran|attacking a third]], again without provocation, and against
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  • It remains to be seen what will happen; the [[110th US Congress]] has generally been very firm about pushing impeachment "off the ...[/Article I]]''': Creating a Secret Propaganda Campaign to Manufacture a [[US justifications for invading Iraq|False Case for War Against Iraq]].
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  • Fourth President [[James Madison]], father of the [[US Constitution|Constitution]] and the [[Bill of Rights]] said at the Constitu ...the same tendency to render the head too large for the body. '''A standing military force, with an overgrown Executive will not long be safe companions to libe
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  • ===[[:category:US/issues|Issues]]=== * [[US/censorship]]
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  • The military jets which are normally deployed within minutes to intercept troubled aircr [ One interpretation] of these events shows why man
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  • The [[US/Social Security|Social Security]] system is often attacked by supporters of .../bond|treasury bond]]s, a form of [[debt security]] backed by the [[US/gov|US government]], rather than cash.
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  • ...e high tech stuff, but they can sure sell it to others that want to attack us. The Biden exit used a commercial airport that was not defensible. They sho ...-- sources, please. We were never holding the airport; the opposition let us use it because they were perfectly happy to get Americans and dissidents ou
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  • <let name=data index=Topics>\translations\translations/German\potential US attack on Iran\New York Times</let> ...he terrible plot takes its course. Just now it has become public, that the US has conducted massive weapon shipments to Israel through German participati
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  • ...': Bush was certainly looking for an excuse to do many things, including [[US invasion of Iraq|invade Iraq]] and [[Bush's elevation of presidential power ...y or citizens to be blamed on another country in order to gain support for military action: [[wikipedia:Operation Northwoods|Operation Northwoods]]
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  • ...e morals of a playground bully: a Genghis Khan wannabe without an ounce of military sense. ...]], marked with a classification meaning that it wasn't to be shown to non-US officials, to [[Prince Bandar]] of [[Saudi Arabia]] on 2003-01-11 &ndash; t
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  • ...e''': most people agree with the idea of reducing funding for (1) overseas military aggression and (2) fossil fuel subsidies, but "small government" advocates In the {{USA}}, this typically means reducing the relative size of the [[US/gov|federal government]] compared to that of the state governments, with th
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  • ...[ here]; it seems likely that the timestamp ...([ this] article gives the time as 8:28, but
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  • ...uscode18/usc_sec_18_00000371----000-.html Section 371] ('''main article: [[US invasion of Iraq]]''') ** Lied about his intentions in [[US invasion of Iraq|invading Iraq]]
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  • ...esidential election|elected]] [[President of the United States]] in [[2008 US presidential race|2008]], in a major landslide victory. He is the first [[A * [[McCain vs. Obama]]: comparison of the two major [[2008 US presidential race|2008]] candidates
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  • ...en several popular movements to start impeachment proceedings, but [[110th US Congress|Congress]] had generally ignored them until [[Dennis Kucinich]] fo ...71&rel_no=4 Part 4]: multiple violations of the Geneva convention and U.S. Military Code
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  • ...sperous ''aren't really a threat'', no matter how much Congress would like us to think so. I want the military to be primarily a rescue-and-rebuilding force -- like the Army Corps of Eng
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  • ...wwiki:Conservation of expected evidence]]) of the hypothesis "high-ranking US officials were involved in the 9/11 attacks on at least a LIHOP (Let It Hap * '''D'''. What does evidence E therefore tell us about the odds against H being true?
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  • * '''source''': [[site::US Department of State]]
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  • ...relates to his labeling of the Democratic party in general and the [[110th US Congress]] in particular (especially Nancy Pelosi) as dishonorable elitist ...inous bastards, his goal may be less about making a real point about the [[US invasion of Iraq|Iraq war]] and more about trying to hurt the Democrats. Th
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  • of art. Right-wingers, at their ''least'' harmful, tend to be fond of military parades and other demonstrations of strict obedience, loyalty, and control. ...s essentially synonymous with [[Americonservatism|conservatism]] and the [[US Republican Party|Republican Party]]
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  • ...was substantial [[9-11/warnings|foreknowledge]] of the attack outside the US government, including knowledge of the particular airlines which were to be a very likely threat, and rebuffed efforts by at least one high-ranking military official to warn him
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  • ...roduct. This concern apparently trumped both safety and efficiency, so the US put all their development resources into uranium and plutonium-fueled nucle ...f fissile plutonium and uranium-233. While it didn't have the power the US military was expecting, the test demonstrated definitively that if very pure uranium
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  • citizens were prohibited from flying. Bush then rallied support for a [[US-Iraq War|retaliatory war]] against a country which had had nothing whatsoev ** Contracting company Parsons was paid $72 million (with US taxpayer money) by the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq to design an
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  • * Any force powerful enough to overcome the US, arguably "the world's only remaining superpower", is powerful enough to ov ...over from within by forces inimical to the idea of civilization, then the US itself could become a threat.
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  • ...2/the_great_iraq_swindle/3 page 3], discussing the [[US occupation of Iraq|US "reconstruction" of Iraq]]}} In perhaps the ultimate example of military capitalism, KBR reportedly ran convoys of empty trucks back and forth acros
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  • * The founding fathers had a design goal with regard to US government. * The expression of that design goal is primarily in the form of the [[US Constitution|Constitution]]. (Supplementary documentation includes the Decl
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  • * [[42nd US Presidential administration]] ...g Osama bin Laden), in retaliation for bombings (masterminded by Osama) of US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania which killed 224 people (including 12 Ameri
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  • <let name=data index=Topics>\Barack Obama\potential US attack on Iran\false flag\translations\translations/German</let> ...ody who is of sound mind and body doubts that the US has their [[potential US attack on Iran|armed robbery of Iran]] completely planned through and the d
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  • ...romoting acts of appeasement to the global terrorists now in charge of the US government. ([[Conservative]]s like to accuse [[liberal]]s of favoring "app ...incentives for renewable energy and conservation efforts. .. [[Republican (US)|Republican]] opponents said the legislation ignored the need to produce mo
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  • <let name=data index=Source>US Department of Homeland Security</let> <let name=data index=Text>This is a leaked US government document which was not supposed to be shown to the general publi
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  • ...r Editor [[Jonathan Alter]] showed a healthy dose of skepticism for [[2000 US presidential race|presidential]] front-runners at talk at [[Phillips Academ ...stated Sen. McCain opposed putting money for breast cancer research into a military spending measure. Sen. McCain ultimately dropped out of the race for the Re
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  • [[Neoconservatism]] is a [[political philosophy]] which uses [[US conservatism)|conservatism]] as a [[puppet ideology|cover]] for power-orien ...epublican revolution of 1994]] &ndash; against the election of [[Democrat (US)|Democrat]]ic President [[Bill Clinton]]. They spent the remainder of Clint
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  • of the most vigorous exponents of the [[unitary executive]] theory of US presidential power. ...under President [[George H.W. Bush]], during which time he directed the [[US invasion of Panama]] and [[Operation Desert Storm]].
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  • [[category:US]][[category:portals]]This page is a portal for articles and information abo ** [[US Presidential administration budgets]]
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  • [[thing type::military occupation]] {{nav/US-Iraq}}
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  • * [ these colors]... not so much "run" as "fad * found 2006-08-15: [ The Department of Homeland Stupidity]
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  • The following text is part of the [[Military Commissions Act of 2006]] and is the new Chapter 47A to be inserted into Su ===CHAPTER 47A--MILITARY COMMISSIONS===
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  • ...come tax|income tax]]... or was the tax a fraud being perpetrated by the [[US government|American government]]." ...president... coalition of bankers staged a coup d'etat by taking over the US government; income tax eventally winds up in their pockets.
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  • ...'' apparently also published a [ book] on the same subject, which may be also be deserving of i ...ormation], and at least one 9/11 questioner web site has [ debunked these claims]. '''partially true''', but also a [[st
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  • ...justifications for invading Iraq|justify]] his pre-existing ambition of [[US invasion of Iraq|invading Iraq]]. ...ent also directed the Pentagon to begin planning military options for an [[US invasion of Iraq|invasion of Iraq]], senior administration officials said."
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  • ...g our skies twenty-four-seven. We have a lot of human beings, civilian and military, who care about doing their jobs." Hordon also confirms that procedures wer ...tercepts -- a stand-down order. Yet apparently there have been no cases of military officials disciplined for gross negligence surrounding 9/11/01, nor have th
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  • : (2) "Our intelligence sources tell us that he has attempted to purchase high-strength aluminum tubes suitable for ...nces of opinion. There is controversy about what these tubes are for. Most US experts think they are intended to serve as rotors in centrifuges used to e
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  • ** '''22:08''' [ Boston Marathon hit by deadly twin explosions]: includes vi ** [ In Grisly Image, a Father Sees H
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  • ...alleged in both of the elections in which Bush won, especially the [[2004 US presidential election|2004 election]]. * '''Re-elected''' in the [[2004 US presidential election|2004 election]]
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  • There is only one issue in [[2006-11 US election|this election]] that will matter five or ten years from now, and t no guarantee that the outcome of the present war will be favorable for us or anyone else.
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  • It is honor that makes it possible for us to trust the word of other people, for we know that they would rather keep ...[George H.W. Bush|he]] said, and then we pressed and pushed until he broke us word. Then we had him. For the people who voted for him actually cared abou
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  • ** end [[US/Social Security|Social Security]] ...isfree/2016/dec/29/donald-trump-first-year-in-office-different-america The US could be vastly different a year from now. Here's how.]
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  • - the conjunctio * '''2010-07-16''' [ 15 Mind-Blowing Facts About Wealth And Inequality
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