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Top AQ commander in Pakistan arrested – will he sing on OBL?

Posted by: ST on August 18, 2006 at 8:11 pm » 19 Comments

Very interesting development in the WOT: Pakistani officials say the arrest of a top al Qaeda commander could provide clues to the whereabouts of hidden terror cells around the world and to his superiors, Ayman al Zawahiri and Osama bin Laden. Pakistani police tell ABC News they arrested Matiur Rehman based on leads in the […]


Grassroots Activist School

Posted by: ST on August 18, 2006 at 4:30 pm » 4 Comments

The John William Pope Civitas Institute is sponsoring a one-day “Grassroots Activist School” to be held on Saturday September 16th in Raleigh, NC. What is the “Grassroots Activist School”? Here’s how to find out. In brief: The Leadership Institute’s Grassroots Activist School teaches conservatives political technology. Attend this powerful one / two day school and […]


Was Germany supposed to be next?

Posted by: ST on August 18, 2006 at 2:28 pm » 5 Comments

Might Germany have been the next victim of Islamofascism on a massive scale? Via the Deutsche Welle: The German Criminal Police Office on Friday released images taken from a surveillance camera of the two suspects in the attempted bombing of two trains. Police believe the plot was an attempted terror attack. The German investigators working […]


Three things we can count on in life

Posted by: ST on August 18, 2006 at 1:14 pm » 12 Comments

I’m sure you’ve heard the phrase: “there are two things we can count on happening in our lifetimes – death and taxes.” There’s actually a third thing we can count on happening in our lifetimes: Jimmy Carter effectively siding with terrorists in the Middle East over Israel and the United States. In that interview he […]


John Mark Karr: Did he really murder JonBenet?

Posted by: ST on August 18, 2006 at 12:41 pm » 3 Comments

This Associated Press story points to some discrepancies between the story John Karr has told, and what is known about the case: Lt. Gen. Suwat Tumrongsiskul of the Thai immigration police changed some details Friday of the account he had given of what Karr told investigators. In a telephone interview Thursday with The Associated Press, […]


Yesterday’s ruling on the NSA’s warrantless wiretaps

Posted by: ST on August 18, 2006 at 9:55 am » 7 Comments

By now you’ve all already heard the story about United States District Court (Detroit) Judge Anna Diggs Taylor’s ruling on the NSA’s warrantless wiretaps program, where suspicious calls originating in the US but going out overseas are sometimes monitored without a warrant. (Read the opinion here) Scanning the blogosphere this morning, I believe the place […]