The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Sunday, June 24, 2007

News for 06-23-07

06-23-07 - Army sees spike in accidents, suicides

06-23-07 - INTERVIEW-Iranian weapons still flowing into Iraq -US general

06-23-07 - More EU-Iran talks next month: Solana

06-23-07 - EU-Iranian talks 'constructive'

06-23-07 - New Photos Show Secret Pakistan Plutonium Plant; Fear of More Weapons Being Made

06-23-07 - Cheney in Dispute on Oversight of His Office For four years, Vice President Dick Cheney has resisted routine oversight of his office?s handling of classified information, and when the office in charge of overseeing classification in the executive branch objected, the vice president?s office suggested that the oversight office be shut down, according to documents released today by a Democratic congressman.

06-23-07 - Neocons aren?t running the show: White House?s attitude adjusted But unfortunately, the neocons still have favor with the Vice President. You need to subscribe to and read (online, if necessary) the Deep Background column (by former CIA Philip Giraldi) of the past several issues of The American Conservative to understand where we are going (Iran) next.

06-23-07 - PTSD expert says Navy trying to silence him

06-23-07 - Syria closes Lebanon border post because of camp siege The closure decided by the interior ministry will stay in place "until calm has returned to northern Lebanon", it said late Wednesday. It was designed "to protect Syrian and Lebanese citizens".

06-23-07 - Report: Rice quashed Pollard release proposal "Pollard's release is out of the question," Maariv quoted her as telling Ayalon. "Danny, I'd advise you not to pursue this any further. Pollard betrayed his country and that issue is taboo in Washington."

06-23-07 - Serving America's 'Muslim army'

06-23-07 - Troops die in Lebanon camp clash Four Lebanese soldiers have been killed in fighting with Islamist militants in the Nahr al-Bared Palestinian refugee camp in northern Lebanon

06-23-07 - Freedom suffers in backlash to Bush agenda Summer 2005 was a high point in the Bush administration?s ?freedom agenda?, as stirrings of democracy appeared across the Arab world. Three examples were held up as models: Iraq, Lebanon and the Palestinian ­territories.

06-23-07 - IAF, USAF greatly upgrade cooperation ** The Israel Air Force has significantly upgraded the level of its cooperation with the United States Air Force and now receives regular updates on American procurement decisions, The Jerusalem Post has learned.

06-23-07 - USA Today and the USS Liberty While AP did have a story on the Liberty on June 8th, the report, oddly, was filed from Israel and was sent out only internationally; US editors never saw it. Where the US media did produce stories, almost all (like the above AP story) gave the Israeli invention --that "investigations" showed it was accidental. Glad someone else picked up on this.


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