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Saturday, November 27, 2021

‘Baghdad is in meltdown’

The standard line of political bullshit from the Bush Administration and the Republican leadership on Capitol Hill is that the situation is improving in Iraq. But journalists on the ground in Baghdad, the ones who aren’t brain dead from U.S. propaganda, report otherwise.

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Gitmo chief headed to NATO

Gen. Bantz Craddock, the chief of U.S. Southern Command who oversees the controversial Guantanamo prison, is to succeed Gen. James Jones as NATO’s top commander of operations, the alliance said on Friday.

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Bush backs down on detainees

Negotiations on how to treat enemies captured in President Bush’s war on terror spilled into the open Thursday as administration officials indicated a willingness to look at new protections for detainees in CIA and Pentagon custody.

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House extends voting rights

The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday overwhelmingly approved a 25-year extension of the 1965 Voting Rights Act, which would preserve for another generation a law that opened voting booths to minorities.

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Voters prefer Democrats

Republicans are in jeopardy of losing their grip on Congress in November. With less than four months to the midterm elections, the latest Associated Press-Ipsos poll found that Americans by an almost 3-to-1 margin hold the GOP-controlled Congress in low regard and profess a desire to see Democrats wrest control after a dozen years of Republican rule.

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Was it good for you too?

Pamela Rogers was a school teacher at Centertown Elementary School in McMinnville, TN, when she got busted for nailing a teenage boy. She got out on bail but now she’s back in the slammer for sending the young man nude pictures of herself.

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