Hatched by Dafydd Be not afraid; be very not afraid! They sent out an alert today picked up by Drudge which was headlined: I added the prank punctuation at the end, but it's clearly implied by the header. Infowars plucks a single, one-paragraph section from the bowels of a bill wending its way through the House of Representatives. The bill appears to be a resolution funding the Transportation Security Agency -- those kind folks responsible for treating us all like dog dirt whenever we make the mistake of moving about the country by means of any public transportation whatsoever; but section of that bill, which elicited the squeal from Infowars, deals with a somewhat different topic: The curious emphasis in the paragraph above is courtesy Infowars; I have no idea why they chose those particular words to boldface.
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Siegelman of Alabama was convicted yesterday of bribery , according to the New York Times: After twice telling a judge it was deadlocked, a federal jury on Thursday convicted former Gov. Siegelman and a former HealthSouth chief executive, Richard M. Scrushy, on charges that they conspired in a bribery scheme seven years ago. Two other defendants who had served in the Siegelman administration were acquitted on charges that they participated in a racketeering scheme during Mr. Siegelman's term in office.
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Posted by Robert at Scientists believe they have found a new way to track the rise and fall of some ancient civilisations - by studying fossilised mites that thrive in the dung of their livestock. A team from America, France and Britain have been studying mites from the soil in the Andes in Peru and say the tiny creatures can provide clues to changing patterns of trade and of disease epidemics through history. The researchers made the discovery, announced in the Journal of Archaeological Science, while studying mud cores from a lake near the town of Cuzco, the heart of the former Inca Empire. I'm thinking that if Spielberg really is making a new Indiana Jones movie, this is pure gold:
the so called 'burden of proof in this case is moot since neither side will accept the authority of the others contentions. Therefore, we are at an unbreakable stalemate and the entire scope and purpose of this debate is pointless and a waste of time and money, since time is money.