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...... "Too many good docs are getting out of the business.

......Too many OB/GYN's aren't able to practice their...their love with women all across the country."�GEORGE BUSH

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TIME TO STOP THE MADNESS. END THE "STOP LOSS" ORDER. BRING OUR MEN AND WOMEN HOME. SAVE THEIR LIVES! SAY NO TO THE DRAFT !



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Pain drugs approved by panel

Pain drugs approved by panelPain drugs approved by panel

Stronger warnings labels among conditions for prescriptions of COX-2 painkillers

The Associated Press

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WASHINGTON - A Food and Drug Administration advisory panel voted yesterday to let doctors prescribe COX-2 painkillers, including Celebrex and Vioxx, but recommended stronger warnings about risks of heart attacks and strokes.
Doctors, scientists and other experts on the 32-member panel overwhelmingly agreed that COX-2 inhibitors, hailed as a breakthrough in treating severe arthritis pain when they first won FDA approval, "significantly" increase the risk of cardiovascular problems.

About 20 million Americans have taken COX-2 inhibitors, and 50 million people have taken them worldwide.

The panel proposed that Celebrex, Vioxx and Bextra, the third COX-2 drug cleared, carry "black box" warnings - the strongest admonishment the FDA can give to doctors. Such warnings are likely to discourage use of the drugs.

The panel's decisions, made during three days of hearings and deliberations, sought to balance health risks against benefits the drugs provide to tens of millions.

Beyond the impact of its decisions on patients and billions of dollars in revenues for drug companies, the blue-ribbon panel was widely seen as a test of the FDA's readiness to deal with problems that have embroiled the agency in controversy for more than a year.

A leading FDA critic, Sen. Charles E. Grassley, R-Iowa, said after the decision: "The Joint Advisory Committee meetings this week were valuable for their transparency and respect for the scientific process."

Grassley added, "I remain troubled by the FDA's reluctance to be fully transparent and prioritize issues of drug safety."



 

RedNova News - Warning Over Health Risks of Arthritis Drugs

RedNova News - Warning Over Health Risks of Arthritis DrugsWarning Over Health Risks of Arthritis Drugs
The Irish Medicines Board (IMB) is to issue a warning to GPs about a range of painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs amid growing concern about their health risks.

It will advise doctors to be cautious about prescribing five drugs, known as Cox 2 inhibitors, to patients who have had strokes or coronary heart disease.

Doctors should also prescribe the lowest effective dose for the shortest possible time, particularly for patients at higher risk because of blood pressure, diabetes or smoking.

Many of the five drugs affected are used to relieve arthritis pain and inflammation. They include Celebrex, Bextra, Dynastat, Arcoxia and Prexige.

The warning follows a meeting of the European Medicines Agency this week. A review of available data it conducted confirmed a risk of cardiovascular side-effects from Cox 2 type drugs, the agency said.

The IMB yesterday said product information had been changed and that GPs would be notified of the changes over the coming week. Patient leaflets will also be distributed in the near future.

Cox 2 drugs are widely used in Ireland, according to industry sources, although the Irish Medicines Board does not maintain figures on how widely the medicines are prescribed.

The board confirmed to The Irish Times that four of the drugs - Celebrex, Bextra, Arcoxia, Dynastat - have been responsible for 55 suspected adverse reactions since they came on the market.

The class of drugs was designed to ease pain as effectively as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, such as ibuprofen, while being easier on the stomach.

Concerns first arose about Cox 2 drugs when US drug manufacturer Merck pulled its arthritis treatment, Vioxx, off the market last September. This followed studies which showed a higher incidence of cardiovascular problems in people who had been taking it for more than 18 months.

Merck was later accused of trying to cover up the risk for years, an allegation denied by the company.

This prompted the European Medicines Agency to review other Cox 2 type drugs. This week the agency recommended curbs on these drugs, but stopped short of taking them off the market.

Merck, meanwhile, said this week it will consider selling Vioxx again if the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) decides the cardiovascular risks are similar to those of related prescription pain relievers.

The company's comment came as the FDA held public hearings into the safety of Cox 2 drugs.

Patients suffering from arthritis pleaded with an FDA committee to keep the Cox 2 drugs available.

At the same meeting, FDA scientist Dr David Graham, who has clashed with his employer over monitoring of drug safety, said he felt all Cox 2 inhibitors could cause heart damage and there was little evidence of any health benefit.

His assertions were challenged by some panel members.


 

:: moroccoTimes.com

:: moroccoTimes.com

Defense Contracts Scandal
Jail term for former Boeing CFO

Agencies 2/19/2005 | 3:44 pm


Former Boeing Co. Chief Financial Officer Michael Sears was sentenced on Friday to four months in prison and a $250,000 fine for his role in illegally recruiting a top U.S. Air Force official, reported Reuters. Prosecutors said they were continuing to investigate the case.




Former Boeing chief financial officer Michael Sears Ph. AFP

Sears, 57, pleaded guilty on Nov. 15 to aiding and abetting a conflict-of-interest law violation by Darlene Druyun, who was the Air Force's No. 2 weapons buyer. She was sentenced Oct. 1 to nine months in prison after meeting Sears to negotiate a $250,000-a-year Boeing job while still overseeing Boeing deals worth billions with the Air Force.

The Chicago based Boeing is not off the hook yet and analysts believe it should expect to pay USD 100 million to USD 1 billion to settle and in so doing boost its chances to win rocket launches and other military contracts. Boeing is very interested in a projected $20 billion-plus refueling aircraft project to which a serious contender is its European counterpart EADS N.V.

Reuters said that Boeing Chief Executive Harry Stonecipher described last week Sears' sentencing as a potential "watershed moment" clearing the way for settlement of investigations involving the Pentagon, Boeing's biggest client.

On Monday, the Defense Department said auditors had reviewed 407 contracts handled by Druyun, of which 15 had been identified as potentially tainted, and sent for further scrutiny to the Pentagon's inspector general.

Reacting to Sears' sentencing, Boeing said "Today's action brings this matter one step closer to closure." The Air Force said Sears' and Druyun's actions had "deeply undermined" the integrity of its weapons-buying process.

In another setback for Boeing, U.S. congressional investigators on Friday ruled against it in a protest by rival Lockheed Martin Corp. over a U.S. Air Force contract to build small guided bombs potentially worth $2.5 billion.

The Government Accountability Office, an arm of Congress, said it sustained Lockheed's protest because Druyun had been involved in changes to evaluation factors, "including deletion of specific technical requirements." It said the Air Force should re-open bidding for the parts Druyun had scrapped, a position the Air Force said it would address "accordingly."

Lockheed challenged the deal, awarded to Boeing in August 2003, after Druyun confessed to improperly steering billions of dollars of contracts to Boeing before going to work there as a vice president for missile defense in January 2003. She and Sears were fired by Boeing in November 2003 for lying about their previous contacts, and Phil Condit resigned as Boeing chairman and chief executive a week later.



 

The Raw Story | A rational voice � Gannon appeared in White House briefing room before he joined conservative website

The Raw Story | A rational voice � Gannon appeared in White House briefing room before he joined conservative website: "






2/16/2005
Gannon appeared in White House briefing room before he joined conservative website
Filed under: General— site admin @ 10:08 pm Email This


Gannon appeared in White House before Talon News existed

RAW STORY

The conservative reporter-prostitute writing under the pseudonym Jeff Gannon appeared in the White House briefing room before his known media outlet was even created, progressive bloggers have found.

Guckert told Editor and Publisher he first attended a presidential press conference in April 2003, he said, just weeks after starting with Talon News. He also said he attended another, for which he cannot recall the date, prior to the late-January conference that brought him to public attention, but his description–of asking President Bush a question–does not fit with his appearance in late February.

This from the White House press office transcript of Feb. 28, 2003. Gannon bragged of asking the question in comments he posted online Mar. 5, 2003.

This is a question I asked Ari Fleischer at a White House press briefing on Friday:

[Gannon}: There have been reports out of Maine that the children of deployed service personnel are being harassed as a result of their elementary school teacher’s

expression of anti-war views in the classroom. Could you comment on that?

MR. FLEISCHER: I’m not familiar with any specific report, but I can assure you that the President, in all instances, believes that it’s important for all to honor and respect the first amendment.

Not the answer I was looking for, but at least I was able to get the issue in front of the mainstream press.

Readers can watch the screen grab from the C-SPAN Web site’s White House Daily Briefing (RealVideo here; click briefing for Feb. 28, 2003). Gannon asks the question at 32:05 during the briefing video.

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So he pre-dates (pun mostly unintended) McClellan?

Comment by Anonymous — 2/16/2005 @ 10:41 pm

So he pre-dates (pun mostly unintended) McClellan?

Comment by Anonymous — 2/16/2005 @ 10:41 pm



I bet somebody out in Intenet Land knows the “Washinton DC Boy/Toy Rental Business” really, really well?

TIME TO STEP FORWARD AND SAVE AMERICA!!!

All a good reporter has to do is go to some of the gay clubs in DC and find a few of the people who know Gannon, Rove, Bush - and there are probably a few of them around–enough to tell a good story

Comment by Truth and justice for All — 2/16/2005 @ 11:09 pm

Somebody needs to ask Ari what he did know about these shenanigans. The way he resigned so quickly is highly suspicious, particularly in light of all these revelations, which now predate the time he resigned.

Comment by JuliusBlog — 2/16/2005 @ 11:35 pm

Somebody needs to ask Ari what he did know about these shenanigans. The way he resigned so quickly is highly suspicious, particularly in light of all these revelations, which now predate the time he resigned.

Comment by JuliusBlog — 2/16/2005 @ 11:38 pm

Somebody needs to ask Ari what he did know about these shenanigans. The way he resigned so quickly is highly suspicious, particularly in light of all these revelations, which now predate the time he resigned.

Comment by Julius Blog — 2/16/2005 @ 11:38 pm

Somebody needs to ask Ari what he did know about these shenanigans. The way he resigned so quickly is highly suspicious, particularly in light of all these revelations, which now predate the time he resigned.

Comment by Julius Blog — 2/16/2005 @ 11:38 pm

(sorry for the multiple posts. I’m getting a lot of server errors on this page. Apologies)

Comment by JuliusBlog — 2/16/2005 @ 11:39 pm

Pretty safe to say he was playing with some higher ups at the WH.

Comment by chuk — 2/17/2005 @ 1:06 am

I don’t know any gay men desperate enough to pay for a guy who looks like that. But then, who knows what goes through the mind of a gay Republican. Not much, apparently.

Comment by Paul Mendenhall — 2/17/2005 @ 1:20 am

I am wondering what the consequences of all this could be!

Reflecting back, remember the relentless media badgering mike mccurry over how many times Jon Ho? signed in and out of the whitehouse, not realizing that there were two china men with the same name? The controversy over Ho’s contributions to Clinton were deemed contributions from a foreign country and that this guy also had a checkered past. Remember Orin Hatch & al D’Amato holding daily press conferences on the meer fact that this sub-standard character was in our whitehouse…. they said all that with such dignity and righteousness!

I think we need a Ken Starr character to research all these latest breaches of paying reporters for espousing Bushy’s point of view etc.

Comment by acbalint — 2/17/2005 @ 1:31 am

I am wondering what the consequences of all this could be!

Reflecting back, remember the relentless media badgering mike mccurry over how many times Jon Ho? signed in and out of the whitehouse, not realizing that there were two china men with the same name? The controversy over Ho’s contributions to Clinton were deemed contributions from a foreign country and that this guy also had a checkered past. Remember Orin Hatch & al D’Amato holding daily press conferences on the meer fact that this sub-standard character was in our whitehouse…. they said all that with such dignity and righteousness!

I think we need a Ken Starr character to research all these latest breaches of paying reporters for espousing Bushy’s point of view etc.

Comment by acbalint — 2/17/2005 @ 1:32 am

I am wondering what the consequences of all this could be!

Reflecting back, remember the relentless media badgering mike mccurry over how many times Jon Ho? signed in and out of the whitehouse, not realizing that there were two china men with the same name? The controversy over Ho’s contributions to Clinton were deemed contributions from a foreign country and that this guy also had a checkered past. Remember Orin Hatch & al D’Amato holding daily press conferences on the meer fact that this sub-standard character was in our whitehouse…. they said all that with such dignity and righteousness!

I think we need a Ken Starr character to research all these latest breaches of paying reporters for espousing Bushy’s point of view etc.

Comment by acbalint — 2/17/2005 @ 1:33 am

I am wondering what the consequences of all this could be!

Reflecting back, remember the relentless media badgering mike mccurry over how many times Jon Ho? signed in and out of the whitehouse, not realizing that there were two china men with the same name? The controversy over Ho’s contributions to Clinton were deemed contributions from a foreign country and that this guy also had a checkered past. Remember Orin Hatch & al D’Amato holding daily press conferences on the meer fact that this sub-standard character was in our whitehouse…. they said all that with such dignity and righteousness!

I think we need a Ken Starr character to research all these latest breaches of paying reporters for espousing Bushy’s point of view etc.

Comment by acbalint — 2/17/2005 @ 1:34 am

sorry, got some weird error meessages when i hit the say it button. it said it did not post also. something is wrong with the programming.

Comment by acbalint — 2/17/2005 @ 1:36 am

The puzzle is, if this Gannon/Guckert is someone’s toy boy, why have such a high profile ? Shirley he wld be kept in the shadders ? Also, I want (say) a plant in the WH press corps, do I go for a regular small time small town guy anxious for the bread or some dumbass military guy hustling his butt, complete with pics, on the Internet , who cannot keep his mouth shut ?

Comment by Edward Teague — 2/17/2005 @ 4:39 am

The puzzle is, if this Gannon/Guckert is someone’s toy boy, why have such a high profile ? Shirley he wld be kept in the shadders ? Also, I want (say) a plant in the WH press corps, do I go for a regular small time small town guy anxious for the bread or some dumbass military guy hustling his butt, complete with pics, on the Internet , who cannot keep his mouth shut ?

Comment by Edward Teague — 2/17/2005 @ 4:40 am

The Dems better keep on this one. And all aspects of it, including the sexual aspect, and if there may be “higher-ups” in the GOP involved in this. Obviously, there are “higher-ups” involved, we just haven’t heard about it yet.

Comment by big dan — 2/17/2005 @ 7:32 am

What is it going to take for the MSM to start reporting this story? Everyday it seems something new is dug up about this Gannon/Guckert guy and yet i don’t see any in depth reporting of it in the MSM. Doesn’t it bother them that this guy apparently got into the White House press room without even belonging to a news organization while running an escort service?

Comment by Barry — 2/17/2005 @ 9:47 am

The extent of actual MSM press on this issue is directly proportional to the percentage of “liberal media” the right claims owns this country. Since this broke I’ve heard maybe 5 % coverage of this in all media. This clearly shows who owns the bias in this country!!

Comment by steve — 2/17/2005 @ 10:02 am

The amount of fake news coming from the White House is very alarming. Consider this Jeff Gannon/Jim Guckert, Armstong $240,000 Williams, the fake Medicare prescription drug info packets with Karen Ryan/Albert Garcia. How much more filth lies in the White House? The Dems and especially Howard Dean need to pounce on this one.

Comment by ChristianLeftie — 2/17/2005 @ 10:38 am

I doubt if this guy is really gay - probably involved in some form of govt. intel. The porn sites were probably just fishing for dirt on people to blackmail them with. They didn’t expect bloggers to connect the dots.

Comment by anaymous — 2/17/2005 @ 12:01 pm

Is this the same John Kerry and the Democrats that stood by and endorsed the mass murder of 3000 American civilians when the White House Administration flew a military cargo plane into the Reichstag 2 Tower and then flew a Guided Missile into the Pentabunker?
I mean how does a Boeing 757 fit through a 12 foot hole at the Pentabunker and if the plane that supposedly hit Reichstag 2 was grounded at Cleveland under a phony bomb scare, then what did hit Reichstag 2?
Americans are at threat from terrorists, American terrorists, residing in the White House and it would appear from the blind eye turned to the post 9 11 whitewashes that they are abetted by the whole Congress, the CIA and the FBI.
The argument of whether the authorities knew of plots to hijack commercial airliners is denied of sorts because this is the base for which the CIA plot was conceived, it could not just come out of the blue, there had to be tangible history to make it sell.
In a non fascist country the opposition would have been ‘screaming and kicking’ all the way but in America after two gerrymandered elections and the greatest terrorist strike against its own citizens the opposition just calmly steps aside. Thus endorsing the fact that America is a single party state but because it is America they have to have two parties.
You may choose to fool yourselves, that is your prerogative, but it is only you that is fooled, the rest of the World is just sickened by these bastards.

Comment by green nigel — 2/17/2005 @ 1:05 pm

I e mailed the Arizona “Republican” newspaper this morning and asked why they were not covering this under breaking news. After all a man got within 10 feet of “my president” who is a questionable subject at best and I am very concerned about national security and security at the WH. HA, HA, HA

Also heard on Randi Rhodes last night that one of the bloggers had identified a woman working in the WH whose husband is a big contributer to the republicans. Obviously, someone vouched for this criminal to get him that close to the president.

After all, this administration produces EVERYTHING. It is like watching a play. Screening reporters and their questions, screening every person that goes to a bush rally, never letting any bad news get close to bush.

Come on dems, we need to find get this out to the media and keep on them to get to the bottom of Gannongate, aka gayhogate.

Comment by Bill Clark — 2/17/2005 @ 1:30 pm

Karl Rove Gay? “Not that there’s anything wrong with it…”

Comment by abby — 2/17/2005 @ 5:23 pm

Green Nigel,

Please get some help for the delusions you are having. I haven’t heard anything this crazy since I went to GG park and listened to the ravings of a madman. Your delusions are laughable, but I suspect you are suffering greatly. There are some good meds out there… Please get some help…

Michael

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Alex Jones' Infowars.com -Fighting the New World Order and the Police State in an infowar

Alex Jones' Infowars.com -Fighting the New World Order and the Police State in an infowar
http://www.prisonplanet.tv/video/ml_trailer_256k.mov

http://www.infowars.com/martial_law/qt_256.htm

 

Experts see military draft as inevitable

Experts see military draft as inevitable: "Experts see military draft as inevitable
Experts see military draft as inevitable
Anti-war activists fear revival of selective service

Delaware News Journal | February 18 2005

There may come a day when Uncle Sam wants Wayne Flenniken for the U.S. Army.

In many ways, he's an ideal candidate for military service. At 15, he already has finished high school and is enrolled at Delaware Technical & Community College studying Spanish and English. There is a problem, however. Wayne doesn't want any part of Uncle Sam's Army - or anyone else's, for that matter.

"I don't believe in war and I don't like the military in any way, shape or form," he said. "I don't think anyone should be forced to die prematurely."

That's why he went to a draft resistance training session Friday in his hometown of Newark. It's why Wayne has begun building his case as a conscientious objector.

The United States no longer has a military draft and hasn't since 1973, when it converted to an all-volunteer military.

But some anti-war activists say it's only a matter of time before the Bush administration and the Republican-controlled Congress bring it back. Meanwhile, conservatives and moderates outside the administration have taken a hard look at America's military commitments and are urging Congress to beef up the Army and Marines.

Many elected officials say there is no way the draft will be brought back any time soon.

"Our current all-volunteer force is highly effective, well-trained, well-disciplined and capable of handling our global and national security commitments," said Rep. Mike Castle, R-Del. "[Defense] Secretary [Donald] Rumsfeld and the Joint Chiefs of Staff have continuously stated their opposition to reviving the draft and the House of Representatives overwhelmingly rejected such a proposal last year. I personally oppose it."

Others aren't so certain.

"I don't see the need for a draft, but we need to prepare now in order to avoid having one forced on us in the future," said Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del. "We can reduce the stress we are placing on our armed forces by increasing the number of ground troops in the Army and Marine Corps and bringing the size of our military in line with our expanded responsibilities in a post-9/11 world," he said.

Looking for help

A few believe, however, that the White House should get other nations to share the burden in Iraq.

"We have 12 [combat] divisions and 10 are locked down in Iraq, either coming or going," said Sen. Joseph Biden, D-Del. "Our ability to have any flexibility with ground forces anywhere else is diminished. If we had to move into Iran, Syria, North Korea or anywhere else, we'd be in real difficulty."

In addition, he said, "we have absolutely spent, exhausted, and in some instances misled the National Guard and the reserves. I've been in Baghdad and Fallujah and I've spoken with them. When they enlisted in the Guard, they never anticipated being sent for two tours of duty in Iraq lasting a year or 18 months. We can't keep asking citizen soldiers to do that."

In a highly critical memo on the use of Reservists, Lt. Gen. James Helmly said virtually the same thing late last year. Helmly, chief of the Army Reserve, said that "overuse" in Iraq and Afghanistan could result in a "broken force."

Biden co-sponsored legislation with Republican Sen. John McCain and others that allows the Army to increase its active duty strength by 30,000 troops. The Defense Department said earlier this month that it expects to meet that goal by 2007.

Anti-war activists agree with Biden and Helmly that the military needs additional troops.

"We already have our troops stretched to the limit," said J.E. McNeil, executive director of the Center on Conscience & War. The Guard and Reserve cannot continue to provide about 40 percent of the nation's combat troops, Biden said.

As a result, McNeil and other anti-war activists such as Sally Milbury-Steen, executive director of the Wilmington-based peace organization Pacem in Terris, said they think a draft is on the horizon.

"I think there's a very good chance of a military draft in the next two years. We have soldiers in Afghanistan and Iraq and now they're heating up the rhetoric on Iran. Where else will the soldiers come from?" Milbury-Steen asked.

Peace activists aren't the only ones thinking seriously about compulsory military service. In a well-publicized letter sent to congressional leaders in late January, conservatives and moderates said flatly that "the United States military is too small for the responsibilities we are asking it to assume."

In that letter, retired military leaders such as Gen. Barry R. McCaffrey joined with defense analysts such as Michele Flournoy and political commentators such as William Kristol in asking Congress "to take the steps necessary to increase substantially the size of the active duty Army and Marine Corps. ... it is our judgment that we should aim for an increase in the active-duty Army and Marine Corps, together, of at least 25,000 troops each year over the next several years."

They do not call for a draft but anti-war activists say they see no other certain way to boost military strength.

"The most probable way they will start is to do a selected draft of medical people, those with specialized computer skills, and those with Arabic language skills and let it spread further," Milbury-Steen said.

'Everything is in place'

If a new draft law is enacted, the government could start sending new recruits to military training very quickly. The reason: Former President Jimmy Carter put the framework of the current Selective Service system in place in 1980. Although Carter never activated it, as part of the framework, young men must register with the government when they turn 18.

That means, Milbury-Steen said, that new recruits could be sent to boot camp within two weeks of the draft law's passage.

"Everything is in place, ready to go," she said.

Charles Pena, director of Defense Policy Studies at the Cato Institute, a conservative Washington-based think tank, does not see a military draft in the future. Instead, he said, the federal government is more likely to require compulsory national service.

"We won't have a draft like we had in the Vietnam era," Pena said. "There are two important stumbling blocks to bringing that back. First, what do you do about women? They weren't drafted before but are now an important part of the military. Second, what happens if someone who is drafted says that he or she is a homosexual?"

Discussion reflects support

There is no groundswell for national service legislation now, Pena said, but it is being discussed by lawmakers and at policy seminars throughout the nation's capital.

"It's lurking right below the surface. There are enough people willing to get behind it on Capitol Hill that it's something that could be done. Right now no one's pushing for it, but just as importantly, no one's pushing against it," he said.

Under national compulsory service, no one would be exempt, he said. People could join the military or perform some other form of community service, Pena said.

Newark resident Jane Curschmann isn't sure there will be a draft. She went to last week's anti-draft training because she has a 13-year-old son and wanted to be better informed about his rights. Judy Butler also attended the session. She doesn't know if there will be a draft but is suspicious of the Bush administration's forceful denials that there are plans to reinstitute one.

"I have a problem with credibility with this particular administration," she said.

Wayne Flenniken's father, Eric, a former Army Reservist, went to the draft resistance training with his son because, while he doesn't have a problem defending the country from enemies, he has a problem sending his son to fight in Iraq.

"I used to be gung-ho when I was younger but this war in Iraq, it all boils down to oil and oil interests. You want to send my son to Iraq to defend Enron? No," he said, "I don't think so."


 

New allegations of prisoner abuse by U.S. soldiers

New allegations of prisoner abuse by U.S. soldiers

New allegations of prisoner abuse by U.S. soldiers

CBC News | February 18, 2005

NEW YORK - U.S. army documents show that photos of American soldiers in Afghanistan posing with hooded and bound prisoners were destroyed after the Iraqi prison scandal.

They also reveal previously unknown allegations of mock executions and beatings in both Afghanistan and Iraq.

The documents were released Friday by the American Civil Liberties Union which requested information about U.S. detainees around the world through the Freedom of Information Act.

In one of the most serious allegations, an Iraqi prisoner said that U.S. soldiers beat him with a baseball bat, broke his nose, dislocated his arms and stuck an unloaded pistol in his mouth and pulled the trigger.

Then he said they forced him to drop an abuse claim in exchange for his freedom.

Army investigators looked into the man's allegations but were unable to verify them. They also dismissed other allegations for lack of evidence.

The ACLU says the documents show that what happened in Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison was not isolated and that the military tried to suppress information about widespread prisoner abuse.

The Abu Ghraib scandal broke after photographs were made public of Iraqi detainees being tortured and humiliated by U.S. soldiers. U.S. courts martial have convicted seven soldiers in connection with the scandal. Two others are still on trial.

ACLU executive director Anthony Romero says it has become "increasingly clear" the military was aware of the allegations of torture.

He says "efforts were taken to erase evidence, to shut down investigations and to humiliate the detainees in an effort to silence them."

The army has not commented.



 

Bush Signs Bill Curbing Class-Action Suits

Bush Signs Bill Curbing Class-Action Suits

Bush Signs Bill Curbing Class-Action Suits

Associated Press | February 18, 2005

WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush on Friday signed a bill that he says will curtail multimillion-dollar class action lawsuits against companies and "marks a critical step toward ending the lawsuit culture in our country."

The legislation aims to discourage multimillion-dollar class-action lawsuits by having federal judges take them away from state courts, a victory for conservatives who hope it will lead to other lawsuit limits. The president has described class-action suits as often frivolous, and businesses complain that state judges and juries have been too generous to plaintiffs.

"This bill helps fix the system," Bush said in the East Room of the White House, his first bill signing ceremony this year. "Congress has done it's duty."

But during the brief ceremony, Bush repeatedly described the bill as just a beginning in his drive to place much broader restraints on the American legal system.

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"We're making important progress toward a better legal system," he said. "There's more to do. ... We have a responsibility to confront frivolous lawsuits head-on."

Under the legislation, class-action suits seeking $5 million or more would be heard in state court only if the primary defendant and more than one-third of the plaintiffs are from the same state. But if fewer than one-third of the plaintiffs are from the same state as the primary defendant, and more than $5 million is at stake, the case would go to federal court.

Consumer groups and trial lawyers fought against the bill, but lost their struggle when Republicans gained seats in last fall's elections and Democrats defected on the issue.

"The House of Representatives joined the Senate in sending a clear message to the nation: the rights of large corporations that take advantage of seniors, low-wage workers and local communities are more important than the rights of average American citizens," said Helen Gonzales of USAction, a liberal, pro-consumer activist group.



 

National Post

National Post

Shiite Muslim holiday marred by suicide bombings

Todd Pitman
Canadian Press


Saturday, February 19, 2005



CREDIT: AP Photo/Samir Mizban
A man is treated for blast injuries after being struck by a suicide bomb attack which targeted a tent erected for a funeral in western Baghdad, at al-Yarmouk Hospital in Baghdad, Iraq Saturday, Feb. 19, 2005 on the day of Ashoura, the holiest day in the Shiite Muslim calendar.





BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Four suicide bombers blew themselves up Saturday, killing at least six people, in the latest wave of violence to mar the most important holiday in the Shiite Muslim calendar.

The attacks came one day after insurgents killed 36 people.

Saturday's bombings, during the religious festival of Ashoura, came despite stepped-up security around the country. Authorities had hoped to prevent a repeat of last year's attacks during Ashoura in which insurgents killed at least 181 people in twin blasts in Karbala and Baghdad.

On Saturday, a suicide bomber walked into a tent set outside a Sunni mosque in western Baghdad and blew himself up, killing at least three people and injuring 10, police captain Hussain al-Ani said. There were 50 people inside tent attending a funeral.

Another suicide bomber who tried to kill a group Iraqi National Guard troops near a mosque in northwest Baghdad detonated prematurely and killed only himself.

It was unclear why the man blew himself up inside the tent, set up outside the Fatah Pasha mosque, but similar structures have been set up outside Shiite Mosques for the Ashoura celebration.

A suicide bomber blew up a car outside an Iraqi National Guard base in Baqouba, 60 kilometres northeast of Baghdad, killing one Iraqi guardsman and wounding another, police Col. Muthafar Shahab said. The suicide bomber also died in the blast, he said.

Another suicide bomber blew up his car at an Iraqi army checkpoint in Latifiya, 30 kilometres south of the capital, killing two Iraqi soldiers, an army officer said on condition of anonymity.

Gunmen also holed up in a building and opened fire on a funeral procession in Baghdad in which mourners were carrying coffins of some of the dead killed Friday in a bombing at the capital's al-Khadimain mosque, witnesses said.

Iraqi National Guard troops guarding the procession foiled that attack, returning fire and capturing one of the assailants, said Sgt. Ali Hussein. No casualties were reported.

Authorities, bracing for violence Saturday, stepped up security around the country. In Karbala, vehicle traffic -- even motorcycles, bikes and pushcarts -- was prohibited in an attempt to avert bomb attacks.

Insurgents staged five attacks on Friday leaving at least 36 people dead, and Shiites blamed radical Sunni Muslim insurgents, who have staged car bombs, shootings and kidnappings to try to destabilize Iraq's new government.

"Those infidel Wahhabis, those Osama bin Laden followers, they did this because they hate Shiites," said Sari Abdullah, a worshipper at Baghdad's al-Khadimain mosque who was injured by shrapnel from the explosion Friday. "They are afraid of us. They are not Muslims. They are infidels."

A militant Web site posted claims of responsibility from the al-Qaida affiliate in Iraq for the Baqouba bombing and an attack on a police checkpoint in Baghdad. There was no way to verify the claims.

Friday's attacks began with two suicide bombings outside mosques in predominantly Shiite neighbourhoods of Baghdad.

The first explosion at the al-Khadimain mosque killed 15, while the second, at al-Bayaa, took 10 more lives, an official at Baghdad's al-Yarmouk Hospital said on condition of anonymity. The al-Khadimain bombing occurred just outside the entrance to the mosque as people were still inside praying. The al-Bayaa attack also took place outside the mosque, as prayers were about to end.

Saturday's explosion was one kilometre from the al-Bayaa blast.

Another explosion hit a Shiite religious procession, killing two and injuring five, according to Iraqi police Lt. Waed Hussein. A fourth attack, involving a suicide bomber, struck an Iraqi police and National Guard checkpoint in a Sunni neighbourhood, killing at least one policeman.

Later Friday, a car bomb exploded outside a Shiite mosque in Iskandariyah -- 48 kilometres south of the capital -- where hundreds had gathered, killing eight people and wounding 10, doctors said.

Mouwaffaq al-Rubaie, the national security adviser for the interim government, accused Jordanian-born terror suspect Abu Musab al-Zarqawi and former Baath party members of trying to provoke a sectarian civil war.

"It's a paradoxical idea when they claim that they are fighting the infidels and at the same time, they kill Muslims during Friday prayers," he said.

He said Shiites, who make up 60 percent of the population, would not call for retaliation against the minority Sunnis who were favoured by Saddam Hussein's regime.

"I am happy and proud of the people's reactions," al-Rubaie said. "Those who lost their sons and relatives didn't call for retaliation against Sunnis, which reflects their awareness and understanding of what is going on."

Walid al-Hilly, a leading figure of the Shiite-led Dawa Party, said the attacks would not stop the Shiites from trying to co-operate with Sunnis and other minorities in a new government.


 

Cardiologist to testify at FDA hearing: Animal tests implicated in Vioxx tragedy

Numerous mouse experiments showed heart-protective effects for COX-2 inhibitors allowing killer painkillers on market

On February 17, John J. Pippin, M.D., FA.C.C., will testify before Food and Drug Administration (FDA) officials and present a new report detailing how experiments on mice, dogs, and other animals misled scientists and ultimately contributed to a tragic outcome for human patients exposed to Vioxx and other drugs. Dr. Pippin will represent the nonprofit Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM).

PCRM's report reveals that Vioxx and other COX-2 drugs actually had a heart-protective effect in mice and other animals, exactly opposite of how the drugs later performed in humans. The report also reveals that once clinical trials started showing that the drugs caused heart problems in humans, the pharmaceutical companies ignored this information and instead pointed to the animal tests as "evidence" that the drugs were safe. As Dr. Pippin illustrates in the report, the Vioxx animal testing debacle is not unique. Over the years, millions of patients have been exposed to harmful drugs, such as Rezulin and Baycol, that seemed safe in tests on mice, dogs, rats, monkeys, horses, and other animals.

"Reliance on animal tests enabled the FDA to approve Vioxx," says Dr. Pippin. "It is time to turn to newer, more reliable human-based methods such as studying drug metabolism using human liver subcellular fractions." Liver toxicity is the major reason for drug re-labeling and withdrawal, and it often does not show up in dogs and other animals.

WHO: Cardiologist, John J. Pippin, M.D., F.A.C.C., representing PCRM
WHAT: Testimony at FDA hearing on Vioxx and related drugs.
WHEN: Thursday February 17, 2005 between 1 and 3 p.m.
WHERE: The Ballrooms at the Hilton DC North, 620 Perry Pkwy., Gaithersburg, MD.

For an interview with Dr. Pippin call Jeanne S. McVey, on-site cell phone, (415) 509-1833.

Founded in 1985, the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine is a nonprofit health organization that promotes preventive medicine, especially good nutrition. PCRM also conducts clinical research studies, opposes unethical human experimentation, and promotes alternatives to animal research.

 

CodeWarriorz Thoughts - ENewsBlog

CodeWarriorz Thoughts - ENewsBlog

An Eagle With Only A Right Wing Can't Fly2005-02-19 09:01:06
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Texas has a problem with two particularly destructive insects which, although outwardly they LOOK like their productive, non-destructive cousins, are bellicose, and tend to kill off competitors, and in general, endanger the natural balance.

The first animal is the "FIRE ANT" (imported fire ants) Solenopsis invicta (http://uts.cc.utexas.edu/~gilbert/research/fireants/faqans.html.
Fire ants look very similar to other ants, but their aggressiveness and intensity of the venom they inject with an attack, makes them almost pathologically bellicose. When they move into an area, they attack other, more peaceful ants and kill them off, soon becoming the dominant ant in an area,.

The other is the so-called "KILLER BEE" or Africanized Bee.(Apis mellifera scutellata). As with the fire ant, the killer bee, although it looks outwardly very much like the European bees that are more docile and produce honey commercially, the warlike, territorially aggressive killer bee, tends to move into an area, kill or drive off the other bees, and become the dominant form of bee.

Interestingly, the country from which both of these insects came from to the USA, was South America..

The title of this article is "AN EAGLE WITH ONLY A RIGHT WING CAN'T FLY". The Eagle of course, is the United States. The Congress is now dominated by just one party, and the executive brance is rule by that same party.

Republicans often may look like democrats, like a killer bee may look like a European bee or a fire ant may look like another ant, but, like these aggressive, predatorial insects, seem to want to wipe out the opposition, and show little real interest in co-existing, or working in a truly bipartisan manner.

As with the EAGLE, the United States needs BOTH wings, Right AND Left, not only to fly at all, but certtainly to fly toward a forward destination.

Anyone paddling a boat only on the RIGHT, is never going to reach their destination on the other side, but will instead, merely go in a circle.

This country MUST head toward a positive destination, and for that, we need BOTH wings!
~CodeWarriorz Thoughts



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