a new low in journalistic ethics for which everyone with your organization should be ashamed Over 115 Iraqis were killed by a suicide car bomb while standing in line to get jobs as police or in the national guard.
Tracking down those responsible for the terrorism needs to become as aggressive as possible. It sounds politically incorrect, but all male Sunni Muslims 14 years of age and older need to be rounded up and put in internment camps in this province. If there is evidence of suicide bombers being recruited in neighboring Sunni countries (such as Syria), sanctions against those countries need to be established. What are we doing for intelligence leads? It is amazing how Israel can have excellent intelligence on Muslims, but the US can do nothing but be on the defensive in ambush after ambush. Where we are losing in this war of ambush is the near total lack of good intelligence to identify and capture terrorists. Shiite Muslims are trying to take over their okay sunglasses own protection. This is precisely what we need to disengage and withdraw our troops. Therefore, it is a high priority to protect recruits. Sometimes we think our life must go on as usual or we will just perish. 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I hadn't visited in a couple of weeks so I thought I would drop by tonight and when I did I found pictures from the Oscars. The captions we're downright venomous. The Oscars are really, in the grand scheme of things, silly. A needed distraction in times such as these. It wouldn't hurt to treat them with the seriousness they deserve and lighten up. People, there's a war going on. Let's save the nastiness for the actual crimes against humanity! Lisa Stevens February 25, 2005 I paid $24.95 for my ChoicePoint employment background check and found out I am being slandered with a non existent theft conviction in Texas. I have been wondering why I don't get an interview after an employment application. This is outrageous! How do you fight disinformation you don't even know about? I think they had an arbitration clause in their user agreement too. Companies like ChoicePoint should be held accountable for assembling disinformation and then distributing it like it is the absolute truth. I will check with an attorney and then start writing to my representatives. Mark Wheeler The recent problems with ChoicePoint only highlights the long standing problem of identity best oakley glasses theft and the "do nothing until pressured" stance of the government. Well, I wish to contribute to the pressure to get the government to act as it ought to, which is to protect citizens from fraud. First of all, ever time I read an article about identity theft, I become angry at the government for not holding businesses responsible for their contribution to the problem. Banks and internet businesses continue to put out their propaganda that internet commerce is safe and has no risks, while not mentioning the loopholes in their "no risk guarantees." The fact is there are plenty of victims of identity theft who suffer financial losses, and the vast majority of them are victims because of sloppy business practices (it was due to the policy decisions of those businesses that made fraud possible and not because of the choices made by individuals). Therefore, the businesses should shoulder the losses, not the individuals who had no choice in the matter, and the laws of the land should make this crystal clear. Second, businesses should be required to notify all individuals of substantial financial dealings that are being done in their name, both by the post office and by e mail. This requirement is not as hard to implement as it may sound. As for reigning in these database companies and who they give information to, I think this is a good idea, but in itself, it is inadequate. Such information will always find its way to thieves, one way or another, and the best way to thwart them is to make it increasingly difficult to use such information without the person whose identity they are stealing knowing about it. And knowing about it relatively soon. In other words, give people a fair chance to monitor what is being done in their name and what is being recorded about them. I was highly offended by the article 'Best song? More like most mediocre.' There was a phrase that was VERY OFFENSIVE AND VERY DISCRIMINATING!!!! Helen A. S. Popkin said this (and I quote): "C'mon, people! Only the most cape wearing, Renaissance festival attending, EverQuest playing, eight sided die throwing obsessive remembers "Into the West." Now you may be asking what's so wrong with that phrase. Well I am an online gamer, I have role played various forms of games (yes dungeons and dragons is one of them!). 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But having to get the news out before the other networks like you just did makes me want to puke! In the future, if you're going to do something this asinine again, tape delay the program that you're breaking in on! SHAME ON ALL OF YOU!!!! I am steaming mad! You guys oakley golf are sometimes so dumb about interrupting a TV show for a not so important story. I'm not saying the pope isn't important, but his story could have waited five more minutes before you had to come on TV and report his surgery. In fact his surgery was not that important.
The show i was watching (mountain time) only had 5 minutes left to play. Because of your interruption, i didn't get to see the end of the show. I'm happy the guy is getting treatment, but it is not that important that you had to interrupt another show to tell us about it.
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