Thursday, December 15, 2005

2005-12-14 HEADLINE ROUNDUP

  • THE 10 MOST PUZZLING ANCIENT ARTIFACTS - EVER!
    Over the last few hundred years, many perplexing artifacts have been unearthed that do not fit the currently excepted theories of geology and the history of man.
  • HOLLYWOOD SHOVELS MORE GAY PROPAGANDA
    This year's Globe noms highlight a year in which lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender characters played major roles in crossover titles. "Brokeback Mountain," "Breakfast on Pluto," "Capote" and even "The Producers" put gay characters front and center. "
  • IRAN ON COLLISION COURSE WITH WEST
    By repeatedly calling for Israel's destruction and slamming the door on a nuclear compromise, Iran's hardline president has put Tehran on a collision course with the West, diplomats and analysts warned, AFP reports. In his latest anti-Israeli assault, Mah
  • MILITARY COUP ATTEMPT IN PHILIPPINES?
    SECURITY officials on Tuesday identified one general and four colonels, including two retired police officials, as leaders of an alleged plot to unseat President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo. A senior Army intelligence official said other officers being implic
  • TANCREDO: 51 TERROR SUSPECTS CROSSED BORDER ILLEGALLY
    WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Tom Tancredo (R-CO) today revealed figures which show that since October, 2004, 51 persons who have crossed into the U.S. illegally were arrested on suspicion of terrorism. The figures, part of a Department of Homeland Secu
  • Pentagon’s $300M Psychological Warfare Operation Places Pro-US Messages In Foreign Media…
    A $300 million Pentagon psychological warfare operation includes plans for placing pro-American messages in foreign media outlets without disclosing the U.S. government as the source, one of the military officials in charge of the program says. Run by