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Conrad Black Looks to Appeal Convicted Media Baron and decent man, Conrad Black looks to get his conviction for fraud overturned. Knowing that it is a long-shot, this is the first of many tactics that will be used in the … Read More

By / December 17, 2007

Conrad Black Looks to Appeal

Convicted Media Baron and decent man, Conrad Black looks to get his conviction for fraud overturned. Knowing that it is a long-shot, this is the first of many tactics that will be used in the search for justice.

Bush Backs Russian Nukes to Iran

By supporting the shipment to the mad mullahs, GWB hopes that this is proof that Iran does not need a nuclear program.

Michael Totten on the Non-Embedded Reporters

Looking at the big picture seems to be beyond the grasp of the journalists covering Iraq. Even though the war seems to be winding down, reporters are covering only the negatives of the story.

Can McCain be the Come-back Story of the Century?

Doing well at the debates, being strong on security and getting the former Democratic nominee to endorse you- all of this could lead to John McCain picking up a surge in support as the other candidates seem to wear out their welcome.

Ex-Leader of the Band

Granola eating anti-nuke singer Dan Fogelberg has passed away. Cancer wins another battle it seems.

New Jersey Welcomes Murderers

New Jersey became the first state to outlaw the death penalty in 42 years. Commuting the sentences of the murders on death row to life in prison, New Jersey once again assaults the victims.

"I will never forget how I've been abused by a state and a governor that was supposed to protect the innocent and enforce the laws," said Marilyn Flax, whose husband Irving was abducted and murdered in 1989 by death row inmate John Martini Sr.”

Jesse Timmendequas, felon and murderer of Megan Kanka who gave us the Megan’s law was also spared by the state of New Jersey and Governor Corizine.

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