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WorldNetDaily: Colorado governor wants 9-11 prof out

WorldNetDaily: Colorado governor wants 9-11 prof out: "TROUBLE SPEAK
Colorado governor
wants 9-11 prof out
Says state not compelled to accept pro-terrorist views at taxpayer cost

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Posted: February 2, 2005
1:00 a.m. Eastern



© 2005 WorldNetDaily.com



Prof. Ward Churchill under fire for 9-11 comments

The governor of Colorado yesterday called for the resignation of the University of Colorado professor under fire for comparing the victims of the 9-11 World Trade Center terror attacks to Nazis while praising the suicide hijackers for their "gallant sacrifices."

Gov. Bill Owens sent a letter to the president of the University of Colorado College Republicans, Isaiah Lechowit, who was scheduled to read it at a rally in opposition to professor Ward Churchill.


"All decent people, whether Republican or Democrat, liberal or conservative, should denounce the views of Ward Churchill," wrote Owens. "Not only are his writings outrageous and insupportable, they are at odds with the facts of history."

As WorldNetDaily reported, the controversy stems from an essay Churchill wrote titled "Some People Push Back: On the Justice of Roosting Chickens," written shortly after the Sept. 11 attacks. In it, he describes the thousands of American victims who died in the World Trade Center inferno as "little Eichmanns" (a reference to notorious Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann) who were perpetuating America's "mighty engine of profit." They were destroyed, he added, thanks to the "gallant sacrifices" of "combat teams" that successfully targeted the World Trade Center towers and the Pentagon.

On Monday, Churchill stepped down as chairman of the Ethnic Studies Department but remains a professor of Ethnic Studies and Coordinator of American Indian Studies at the Colorado school.

Tomorrow night, the university's board of regents will have a special meeting to discuss the tenured professor's fate.

Wrote Owens: "Not only are [Churchill's] writings outrageous and insupportable, they are at odds with the facts of history. The thousands of innocent people – and innocent they were – who were murdered on September 11 were murdered by evil cowards Indeed, if anyone could possibly be compared to the evildoers of Nazi Germany, it is the terrorists of the 21st century who have an equally repugnant disregard for innocent human life.

"No one wants to infringe on Mr. Churchill's right to express himself. But we are not compelled to accept his pro-terrorist views at state taxpayer subsidy nor under the banner of the University of Colorado."

Owens, a Republican, said the professor's views are more than just anti-American, but are "at odds with simple decency, and antagonistic to the beliefs and conduct of civilized people around the world. His views are far outside the mainstream of civil discourse and useful academic work."

Concluded Owens: "His resignation as chairman of the Ethnic Studies Department was a good first step. We hope that he will follow this step by resigning his position on the faculty of the University of Colorado."

Churchill was scheduled to speak at Hamilton College, in Clinton, N.Y., near Syracuse tomorrow, but yesterday officials at the school canceled the appearance, citing security concerns and death threats they had received.


 

Worldandnation: Nine found dead in Japan in apparent suicides

Worldandnation: Nine found dead in Japan in apparent suicides: " Prince _

Nine found dead in Japan in apparent suicides
By Associated Press
Published February 6, 2005

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TOKYO - Nine bodies were found in two cars in central Japan in what appeared to be the country's latest group suicides, police said Saturday.

One group of six people was found on an isolated farm road south of Tokyo by a farmer who noticed people slumped over in a vehicle. Investigators found three men and two women in their 20s and one woman in her 40s, said T. Morishita, an investigator from the Misaki police station in Kanagawa prefecture.

The other car, with the bodies of one man and two women, was discovered in front of an empty vacation home in a resort area farther west, said an official at the Shimoda police station.

In both vehicles, charcoal stoves were found on the floorboards and the windows were sealed with tape from the inside. All nine appeared to have died of carbon monoxide poisoning.

It was not clear if the two cases were related. The vehicles were about 60 miles apart.

Japan has been the scene of a slew of suicide pacts in recent months, many thought to have been plotted by people who met over the Internet

 

The Majority Report

The Majority ReportMeet Talon News White House Correspondent Jeff Gannon (not his real name, though this is his real picture):


Gannon has been lobbing soft questions at press conferences ...kind of the straight guy for the Press Officer for the White House...problem is...he really is not a real journalist...

Here's more on this bizarre character...from DAILYKOS.com
"Jeff Gannon aka Jim Guckert, and gay smut
by kos
Tue Feb 8th, 2005 at 14:47:46 PST

Oh man, reality is truly stranger than fiction.
"Jeff Gannon", the White House press propagandist "correspondent" for the fake "Talon" news service, turns out to be using a nom de plume.

A group of dKos diarists have been peeling away the layers of Gannon's fake persona, summarized by World O'Crap. In one of those diaries, this revelation is made by Radically Bitter: Among the domains owned by Gannon/Guckert are these:

jeffgannon.com
Hotmilitarystud.com
Militaryescorts.com
Militaryescortsm4m.com
In case this isn't clear enough, those last three are gay sex-themed names. Suddenly, his picture looks appropriately in character.
So why is this relevant, other than today seems to have become "Republicans and sex hypocrisy day"?

In reviewing White House press conferences from the past year, Media Matters for America has noted numerous instances in which Gannon's lobs -- leading questions that often include false assumptions favorable to the Bush administration -- have allowed McClellan to move to friendlier turf, away from having to answer questions on such issues as the proposed Federal Marriage Amendment; [...]
So in addition to the "hyprocrisy and sex" thing, we've got the "hypocrisy and gay" thing.
And no, this wasn't planned. It's not my fault the other side unloaded so much hypocrisy in a single day.

(In a sign of how I've lost complete control over this site, I note, with great irony, that I found out about the domain thing from Atrios.)

Update: There is some concern that focus on the more salacious details of Gannon's hypocrisy detracts from more substantive discussions and investigations currently going on by various diariests.

In a way, that may be true. Gannon is a propagandist, funded by god knows who, who essentially provide McClellan a lifeline whenever the White House press corps backs him into a corner.

I, along with most liberals, couldn't care less if one of our colleagues or employees is gay. That's a problem with right wingers, not our side.

So say Guckert's outing costs him his gravy train at Talon "News", and he is replaced by someone else, would that kill the issue?

I don't think so, but I could be wrong. Personally, I think it would add fire to the crusade if they cut him loose. And it's not as if the "propaganda" angle is tied to Guckert. That one belongs to Talon News, independent of which sycophant they have infesting the White House press room every day."





 

MyDD :: Gannongate, it's worse than I thought...

MyDD :: Gannongate, it's worse than I thought...
Gannongate, it's worse than I thought...
by Katherine Brengle

The diaries were really hopping yesterday. Also, in case you had not heard, Gannon has thrown in the towel. That does not mean we should stop work on this matter--Chris
After reviewing an exhausting (so far, lol) collection of information on Daily Kos and Media Matters, it seems there is much, much more to the Jeff Gannon case (cutely referred to as Gannongate by the Media Matters staff) than I thought.

I won't go into all of the detail here, since these things can be read over at Kos, but there are a few important nuggets to extract here so far:

Diaries :: Katherine Brengle's diary :: Wed Feb 9th, 2005 at 09:27:18 AM EST


During the Valerie Plame outing, Gannon wrote several articles for TalonNews and made many posts to Free Republic claiming that Plame's status was common knowledge, but contradicts himself several times, therefore casting a shadow of doubt on his legitimacy--is he simply prone to contradicting himself innocently, or was the CIA memo leaked to him directly? He may have been planted by the administration to disseminate official White House talking points to help the NO WMD/incompetence of the CIA/discreditation of Joe Wilson take hold.
The site Gannon writes for (TalonNews) was registered on March 29, 2003. A few days later, April 3, 2003, Gannon first gains access to the White House press room. A little too convenient for my liking...
Gannon's "Journalism" expertise is a product of a 2-day, $50.00 seminar at the Leadership Institute's Broadcast Journalism School. The $50.00 feel covers "two days of instruction, meals on Saturday and Sunday, and all course materials." (Compliments of the Leadership Institute's website.)
The Leadership Institute's site displays the header The Leadership Institute: Conservative Training for Tomorrow's Leaders and then says, "The LI's mission is to identify, recruit, train, and place conservatives in politics, government, and media." However, at the bottom of the page, they say, "The LI is a non-profit, non-partisan, educational organization."
Gannon's name doesn't seem to exist before about 3 years ago. A source has told Atrios that Jeff Gannon is a pseudonym for one James D. "J.D." Guckert. This is not yet confirmed.
The original "About" section of TalonNews has been changed (as of January 31, 2005), and originally stated, "We concentrate on news that conservatives care about without putting a liberal spin on it." (This page is cached--Google--the link will be posted later, or you can go to Media Matters and see Gannongate.)
The original staff bios for TalonNews have also been erased. As I said in an earlier piece, Bobby Eberle, owner and CEO of GOPUSA and Republican activist, was listed as the Editor in Chief of TalonNews until the page was erased. Gannon was also listed in the "Bios" section, as were several other "journalists" who would more accurately be described as conservative activists, like Eberle. (Also cached via Google.)
There is evidence that "Gannon" received the August 6, 2001 PDB via email hours before it was released officially by the White House.
There are a number of interesting connections between "Gannon" and a number of websites--his sites conservativeguy.com and jeffgannon.com are registered to a J. Daniels & The Bedrock Corporation, as are the following: conservative-guy.com, conservativelegal.com, exposejessejackson.com, theconservativeguy.com, the-conservative-guy.com, hotmilitarystud.com, militaryescorts.com, and militaryescortsm4m.com. There are quite a few intersecting websites, which used to be registered to J. Daniels and Bedrock Corp. but are now registered to an I. Christian: freespeechfoundation.org (changed to I. Christian January 30, 2005), faithfullyspeaking.org (changed 1-30-05), conservativecampus.org (same), conservativecampus.com (same), journalismdiverstiyproject.org (same), and newmediaproject.org (you guessed it, changed from J. Daniels to I. Christian on January 30, 2005). There is more detail, but I won't bog you down with it right now.
There is more, but my eyes are starting to hurt--let me know if you know anything else, or of any way to find out if "Gannon" is James D. Guckert.

When I have processed more information, I will post it.



 

Worldandnation: Judge: Wrongful death suit can be filed over destroyed embryo

Worldandnation: Judge: Wrongful death suit can be filed over destroyed embryoJudge: Wrongful death suit can be filed over destroyed embryo
By Associated Press
Published February 6, 2005

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CHICAGO - A couple whose frozen embryo was accidentally destroyed at a fertility clinic has the right in Illinois to file a wrongful death lawsuit, a judge has ruled in a case that some legal experts say could have implications in the debate over embryonic stem cell research.

In an opinion issued Friday, Cook County Judge Jeffrey Lawrence said "a pre-embryo is a "human being' ... whether or not it is implanted in its mother's womb."

He said the couple is as entitled to seek compensation as any parents whose child has been killed.

The suit was filed by Alison Miller and Todd Parrish, who stored nine embryos in January 2000 at the Center for Human Reproduction in Chicago. Their doctor said one embryo looked particularly promising, but the Chicago couple were told six months later the embryos had been accidentally discarded.

In his ruling, Lawrence relied on the state's Wrongful Death Act, which allows lawsuits to be filed if unborn fetuses are killed in an accident or assault. "The state of gestation or development of a human being" does not preclude taking legal action, the act says.

Lawrence also cited an Illinois state law that says an "unborn child is a human being from the time of conception and is, therefore, a legal person."

"There is no doubt in the mind of the Illinois Legislature when life begins," Lawrence wrote.

Another judge had thrown out the couple's wrongful death claims, but Lawrence reversed that decision, partly because that judge did not explain his decision at the time.

An attorney for the fertility clinic said an appeal likely would be filed.

The decision could curb reproductive research, said Colleen Connell, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union in Chicago. She expects the ruling will be overturned on appeal.

Stem cells potentially can grow into any type of human tissue. Many scientists believe they someday could be used to repair spinal cord injuries and treat some diseases. Antiabortion groups oppose such research because it involves destroying embryos, and the Bush administration has severely restricted federal stem cell funding.

While the ruling likely is too narrow to affect abortion law, it increases legal risks for fertility clinics, said John Mayoue, a family attorney in Atlanta and specialist on in-vitro law.

Mayoue said court rulings on the treatment of embryos have been contradictory.

"We are considering embryos to be property for certain purposes and life for others, and that's the incongruity," he said.


 

Worldandnation: Author cracks codes that keep the public in the dark

Worldandnation: Author cracks codes that keep the public in the dark
Author cracks codes that keep the public in the dark
William Arkin says government code names often are intended keep bureaucrats safe from the prying eyes of the citizenry.
By BILL ADAIR, Times Washington Bureau Chief
Published February 6, 2005

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WASHINGTON - To make a point that the government is too secretive, William Arkin has published 600 pages of its secrets.

In his book Code Names: Deciphering U.S. Military Plans, Programs and Operations in the 9/11 World, Arkin reveals more than 3,000 codes ranging from Gray Fox (a clandestine Army intelligence effort) to Busy Lobster (an aerial refueling operation).

Code Names doesn't have a plot, and it's hard to keep track of the characters. Here's a typical passage: "Sea Nymph - Former navy AN/WLQ-4 submarine ELINT program. Sea Nymph was phased out and replaced by Cluster Spectator. See also, Barnacle." A former Army intelligence analyst, Arkin says he wrote the book to show that codes are a veil of secrecy that allows the government to avoid public scrutiny.

"The sad truth is that code names are not just used to confuse and confound the enemy," he writes, "but to build power inside various bureaucracies and keep prying eyes, even congressional ones, from understanding what is really going on."

But the Pentagon and national security experts say Arkin's unusual book may have jeopardized military and intelligence efforts.

"I see no value in exposing a whole bunch of code words, which in some cases might reveal things about programs," says Richard Kerr, a former CIA official. "It could lead to an unraveling of things."

Arkin's book raises a fundamental question about the United States in the information age. How open should we be?

Code names allow people to discuss sensitive missions or secret weapons without revealing critical details. They also provide a convenient shorthand. It's easier to say "Constant Vigil" than "the counter-narcotics operation conducted by Southern Command."

The Germans used code names extensively in World War I (they had a fondness for religious and mythological names, including Archangel and Valkyrie), but the United States didn't use them much until World War II.

As the United States used them more often, a few rules evolved. The names could not refer to living persons, Arkin says, and could not be too triumphal, insulting or vulgar.

Today, many military code names have two words and follow certain patterns. For example, first words that begin with "In" usually refer to operations of Tampa-based Central Command. Sometimes, those words also indicate a location. "Inspired" refers to a Centcom operation in Pakistan, according to Arkin's book.

The second word is often chosen at random. Inspired Gambit was an exercise with the Pakistani army. Inspired Alert was with Pakistan's air force.

The military also uses nicknames that are not based on the standard rules. Often, the names imply strength. Toltec Spear is an Army counterintelligence program. Dragon Hammer was a NATO exercise. Flaming Arrow is a communications network for nuclear weapons.

Arkin's book, which is available at major bookstores and online retailers, says the United States increasingly chooses powerful words to build public support for its missions, such as Operation Iraqi Freedom and Desert Shield.

"The traditional letter-block system is slowly being eroded by the political," he says. "If you look at our day-to-day operations in Afghanistan and Iraq, virtually all are given triumphant names."

A few code names sound lighthearted.

Fig Leaf was an exercise involving continuity of government after a nuclear war. Grandma Beguile was a project involving the Army Foreign Science and Technology Center. An operation of the Air Force Materiel Command was called Have Doughnuts.

"Nearly unreadable'
Arkin, an analyst for NBC News and a journalist who specializes in defense, says the government is obsessed with secrecy. A case in point: Special Operations Command, a Tampa-based group that oversees the military's special forces.

"Virtually everything about SOCOM is classified," he says. "The toilet-paper consumption is classified."

Another example: the Bush administration's censoring of the congressional report on the 9/11 attacks. On one page, for example, the government redacted everything but the words "The Joint Inquiry also found".

Arkin says the Bush administration has hidden behind secrecy to build support for the Iraq war and other initiatives. Congress has not provided enough scrutiny of the administration, he says.

"Democracy works better, and a brighter and safer future is more likely to be achieved, when the people understand what is being done in their name," he writes.

Arkin decided he would be more successful making his point by defiantly publishing a glossary of secret names rather than a long rant.

"The only way you are going to get a grasp of the totality of government operations is to have a map of it," he says.

Steven Aftergood, the director of the government secrecy project at the Federation of American Scientists, helped Arkin compile the list. He says the book "is not casual reading. In fact, the text as a whole is nearly unreadable." But he calls it "a reminder of just how much we don't know about what our government is doing."

Arkin says he collected the code names from public documents and government sources. He says he was "mindful of my responsibilities as a citizen" and did not publish anything that could compromise a current program or reveal intelligence sources.

The government is not amused.

A Defense Department spokesman declined to comment on the book's accuracy but said, "Any release of classified information would be referred to the Department of Justice to investigate. It is unfortunate that individuals in the media seek to profit on the publication or broadcast of information that may put American lives at risk."

Andy Messing, executive director of the National Defense Council Foundation, a military think tank, says authors should be careful what they publish. "I believe in a free press. But there's a certain amount of secrecy you must have to run operations and counteroperations."

Kerr, the CIA's deputy director from 1989-92, was skeptical of Arkin's claim that he did not reveal sensitive information.

"How does he know? I don't think he's in a position to make a judgment that a particular program is important or unimportant," Kerr says.

Individual elements of Arkin's book might seem innocuous, Kerr says, but they might still be enough to reveal a crucial detail that uncovers a sensitive mission.

Each revelation is "another little thread to follow," he says. "Maybe that thread is then pulled out and you find another connection and pretty soon you have three or four and pretty soon you have a better picture."

Kerr says he agrees with Arkin that some things are unnecessarily kept secret. But for the most part, he thinks the United States is too open with sensitive information.

"We just talk too much."


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