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Republicans Still Denying Bush Lied About Iraq

Silberman does not mention that the commission he chaired did not even investigate whether the Bush administration manipulated intelligence. Senate Republicans refused to allow the commission to investigate this matter, fearing it would harm Bush’s reelection prospects.

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The question of whether, in addition to being victimized by faulty intelligence, also misrepresented the intelligence it did have, was left to a second Senate report, called the “Phase II” report, which came out a few years later. That report, which was endorsed by two of the committee’s seven Republicans and all its Democrats, concluded, “the Administration repeatedly presented intelligence as fact when in reality it was unsubstantiated, contradicted, or even non-existent.”

Incredibly, Silberman’s op-ed does not mention the Phase II report at all. Silberman simply asserts that his committee, which was specifically instructed not to investigate whether Bush manipulated intelligence, did not find that Bush manipulated intelligence, and presents this as the final word.



more:
http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2015/02/republicans-still-denying-bush-lied-about-iraq.html


Silberman also overturned the convictions against Oliver North:

https://consortiumnews.com/200...

Some of that fury played out within conservative judicial circles. In Firewall, Walsh’s book about the Iran-contra scandal, the special prosecutor described how the black-robed Republican appointees to the U.S. Appeals Court in Washington “waited like the strategic reserves of an embattled army.”

A leader of this partisan faction was Judge Laurence H. Silberman, an obstreperous conservative who had served as a foreign policy adviser to Ronald Reagan’s 1980 campaign. At one point during the Iran-contra scandal, Silberman berated MacKinnon over his support for the special-prosecutor law.

https://consortiumnews.com/2001/012901b.html

President Obama: I’d love a constitutional amendment to reverse Citizens United

The president told Vox in an exclusive interview that he wants to see such a drastic change, because he thinks the money-in-politics status quo is so damaging to our political system.

Arguing that "unlimited money" in politics is a key cause of polarization, Obama said, "I would love to see some constitutional process that would allow us to actually regulate campaign spending the way we used to, and maybe even improve it."



These comments — made in the midst of a long, big-picture response to a question on political polarization, during which several issues were discussed — go further than many of the president's past public statements. During a Q&A with Reddit in 2012, the president wrote that "over the long term, I think we need to seriously consider mobilizing a constitutional process to overturn Citizens United." But he's given little attention to the topic during his second term so far.



MORE:
http://www.vox.com/2015/2/9/7992489/obama-citizens-united-constitutional-amendment

THOMAS THROWS IN THE TOWEL: EQUALITY COMING

Clarence Thomas: Supreme Court's Decision Suggests Justices' Minds Are Made Up On Gay Marriage


WASHINGTON, Feb 9 (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court's move on Monday to allow gay marriage to proceed in Alabama is the strongest signal yet that the justices are likely to rule in June that no state can restrict marriage to only heterosexual couples.

Of the nine justices, only two - conservatives Clarence Thomas and Antonin Scalia - dissented from the court's refusal to block gay weddings from starting in Alabama. Gay marriage is now legal in 37 states.

Thomas acknowledged in a dissenting opinion that the court's move to allow gay marriages to go ahead "may well be seen as a signal of the court's intended resolution" as it considers cases from four other states on whether same-sex marriage bans are permitted under the U.S. Constitution. Although only two justices publicly dissented, the court order did not reveal whether any other justices voted to grant the stay.

Oral arguments in the cases, which are expected to result in a definitive nationwide ruling on the matter, are due in April with a decision expected by the end of June


MORE:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/02/09/supreme-court-gay-marriage-clarence-thomas_n_6646404.html

Sanders to Yellen: The Federal Reserve Needs to Stop Abetting the ECB's Destruction of Greece

February 8, 2015
Dear Chair Yellen:

As you know, the Greek people are suffering from a severe economic depression. Due to deflationary-inducing austerity policies, the Greek economy is 25% smaller than it was just a few years ago. Unemployment, youth unemployment, homelessness, HIV, suicides, and even cases of malaria have increased. While the humanitarian crisis is severe, budget cuts have failed to address Greece’s debt problems. The country’s debt to GDP ratio is higher than it was when austerity measures were first implemented. The situation threatens to create a Eurozone-wide deflationary spiral, it elevates the risk of financial contagion, and it undermines vital U.S. interests.

Several weeks ago the Greek people voted for a new government. The government canceled the privatization of key public assets, raised the minimum wage, and restored electricity to the needy. This government is seeking to restructure its relationship with the European Union to encourage economic growth in Greece and to escape from a deflationary cycle.

Recently, the European Central Bank (ECB) announced that it will no longer accept Greek official debt as collateral for loans to financial institutions in that country on the grounds that the new government is not following the dictates of the previous, failed policies. This move had an immediate destabilizing effect on the U.S. and world markets, and further moves could provoke a run on the Greek banking system in the days or weeks ahead.

The United States cannot stand idly by while the European Central Bank undermines the new democratically elected government of Greece, induces deflation and risks financial instability. President Barack Obama was right when he recently noted, with regard to Greece: “You cannot keep on squeezing countries that are in the midst of a depression. At some point, there has to be a growth strategy in order for them to pay off their debts to eliminate some of their deficits.”

It would be a terrible mistake for the world to forget what happens when a democratically-elected government, as was the case in Germany in the 1920s, is unable to relieve the severe economic suffering of its people. We must remember that waiting in the wings should this recently elected Greek government fail is the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party. We cannot allow fascism to come to power in a European country due to our unwillingness to reverse harmful austerity policies.

As you know, the Federal Reserve has in the past provided substantial sums of dollars to the European Central Bank through what is known as a ‘swap line’. During the financial crisis, the Federal Reserve engaged in 271 transactions with the ECB, with an aggregate amount of dollars extended totaling more than $8 trillion. Currently, the Federal Reserve has a standing credit arrangement with the ECB on which the ECB can draw at any time. These swap lines, as they stand, tend to make the United States implicitly supportive of the policies that have so destabilized and damaged Greece. But they also give us a reason, indeed an obligation, to object when a partner Central Bank departs from its commitment to financial stability.

Therefore, I am writing to ask you to make it clear to the leadership of the European Central Bank that the United States and the Federal Reserve object to actions that affect our national interest and risk U.S. and global financial stability through unnecessary and counterproductive implementation of deflationary policies. Our staffs are already working to set up a conversation on this vital question, and I look forward to speaking with you soon.

Sincerely,
Bernard Sanders
United States Senator


http://www.dailykos.com/story/2015/02/09/1363348/-Sanders-to-Yellen-The-Federal-Reserve-Needs-to-Stop-Abetting-the-ECB-s-Destruction-of-Greece

NASA: Dark Side Of The Moon



A number of people who've seen the annual lunar phase and libration videos have asked what the other side of the Moon looks like, the side that can't be seen from the Earth. This video answers that question.

Just like the near side, the far side goes through a complete cycle of phases. But the terrain of the far side is quite different. It lacks the large dark spots, called maria, that make up the familiar Man in the Moon on the near side. Instead, craters of all sizes crowd together over the entire far side. The far side is also home to one of the largest and oldest impact features in the solar system, the South Pole-Aitken basin, visible here as a slightly darker bruise covering the bottom third of the disk.

The far side was first seen in a handful of grainy images returned by the Soviet Luna 3 probe, which swung around the Moon in October, 1959. Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter was launched fifty years later, and since then it has returned hundreds of terabytes of data, allowing LRO scientists to create extremely detailed and accurate maps of the far side. Those maps were used to create the imagery seen here.


VIDEO & MORE:
http://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/details.cgi?aid=4253

Love Wins In Alabama

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My son & my grandson were born in Birmingham, AL
mr pete went to UAB 30 years ago

son pete just returned home from AL (he went to UAB too!!!)


not moving back, but AL gave me my 2 beautiful boys
peace, love, tolerance
kp



lots more great pics:
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2015/02/09/1363336/-Love-Wins-in-Alabama-Photo-Diary

Crusades? George W. Bush Sure Thought So: "God would tell me, “George, go & fight those terrorists"

God spoke to President George W. Bush and told him to invade Iraq and Afghanistan.




“President Bush said to all of us, ‘I’m driven with a mission from God. God would tell me, “George, go and fight those terrorists in Afghanistan.’ And I did, and then God would tell me, “George, go and end the tyranny in Iraq …’ And I did. And now, again, I feel God’s words coming to me, “Go get the Palestinians their state and get the Israelis their security, and get peace in the Middle East.’ And by God I’m gonna do it.'





The revelation comes after Mr Bush launched an impassioned attack yesterday in Washington on Islamic militants, likening their ideology to that of Communism, and accusing them of seeking to "enslave whole nations" and set up a radical Islamic empire "that spans from Spain to Indonesia". In the programmeElusive Peace: Israel and the Arabs, which starts on Monday, the former Palestinian foreign minister Nabil Shaath says Mr Bush told him and Mahmoud Abbas, former prime minister and now Palestinian President: "I'm driven with a mission from God. God would tell me, 'George, go and fight those terrorists in Afghanistan.' And I did, and then God would tell me, 'George go and end the tyranny in Iraq,' and I did."

And "now again", Mr Bush is quoted as telling the two, "I feel God's words coming to me: 'Go get the Palestinians their state and get the Israelis their security, and get peace in the Middle East.' And by God, I'm gonna do it."

Mr Abbas remembers how the US President told him he had a "moral and religious obligation" to act. The White House has refused to comment on what it terms a private conversation. But the BBC account is anything but implausible, given how throughout his presidency Mr Bush, a born-again Christian, has never hidden the importance of his faith.

From the outset he has couched the "global war on terror" in quasi-religious terms, as a struggle between good and evil. Al-Qa'ida terrorists are routinely described as evil-doers. For Mr Bush, the invasion of Iraq has always been part of the struggle against terrorism, and he appears to see himself as the executor of the divine will.





http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/bush-god-told-me-to-invade-iraq-6262644.html

Beck, meanwhile, is taking Kanye's comments in stride.

Beck, meanwhile, is taking Kanye's comments in stride.

"I was just so excited he was coming up. He deserves to be on stage as much as anybody," Beck told Us Weekly when asked how he felt about West crashing the stage. "How many great records has he put out in the last five years right?"



LOL:
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/kanye-west-slams-beck-grammys-2015-2#ixzz3RGbaVaw7

Federal Appeals Judge Compares People Who Say Bush Lied To Rise Of Nazis

A federal appeals judge wrote in a column published on Sunday that people who accuse former President George W. Bush of lying about the Iraq War are peddling myths like those that led to the rise of Hitler.

Laurence H. Silberman, a federal appellate judge appointed by President Ronald Reagan, wrote in the Wall Street Journal that the idea the Bush administration "lied us into Iraq" has gone from "antiwar slogan to journalistic fact."

"It is one thing to assert, then or now, that the Iraq war was ill-advised," he wrote. "It is quite another to make the horrendous charge that President Bush lied to or deceived the American people about the threat from Saddam."

After re-litigating the case for invading Iraq, Silberman wrote that the charge could have "potentially dire consequences."

"I am reminded of a similarly baseless accusation that helped the Nazis come to power in Germany: that the German army had not really lost World War I, that the soldiers instead had been 'stabbed in the back' by politicians," he wrote.

http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/laurence-silberman-bush-lied-nazis



Yes, this Laurence J. Silberman:

President George W. Bush, February 6, 2004: "Today, by executive order, I am creating an independent commission chaired by Governor & former Senator Chuck Robb and Judge Laurence H. Silberman to look at American intelligence capabilities, especially our intelligence about weapons of mass destruction."


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laurence_Silberman#mediaviewer/File:WMD_intelligence_commission.jpg

Gun Violence, Each Day

This site represents an attempt to record every incident of gun violence reported by online news outlets in January of 2015. The incidents covered represent 50% of estimated homicides by firearm and 7% of non-fatal shootings this month.



Justin Reynolds (wounded), Monique Villescas (wounded), Steven Johnston (age 51) (killed), Marvin Barrett (age 23) (killed), Derrick Dargan (age 25) (killed), Tavares Swinson (age 29) (killed), Khyren Best (age 14) (wounded), Eduardo Masagua (age 21) (wounded), Laterio Johnson (killed), Logan Scott (age 23) (killed), Orlando Stevens (age 27) (killed), Trent Sprerier (age 57) (killed), Victor Underwood (age 18) (killed), Roseanne Pitka (age 25) (killed), Emanual Maldonado (age 33) (wounded), Steven Smith (age 37) (wounded), Dellvhon Brown (age 37) (wounded), Christian Henriquez (age 16) (killed), Zaid Kabar (age 53) (killed), Nicolas Temper (age 23) (wounded), Abayomi Royalston (age 26) (wounded), Jerry Nguyen (age 37) (killed), Mayron Collier (age 24) (killed), Steven Ricker (age 41) (killed), Ralph Willis (age 42) (killed), Christopher Savage (age 29) (killed), Ronnell Melvin (age 28) (wounded), Elidoro Navarro (age 25) (killed), Erik Neely (age 19) (killed), Shane Drake (wounded), Wendell King (age 40) (killed), Garret Neal (killed), Andrew Key-Roper (age 31) (killed), Dontavis Young (age 14) (wounded), Andrea Olague (age 14) (killed), Jacques Josephceus (age 41) (killed), William Bates (age 31) (killed), Elizabeth Martin (killed), Jeffrey Obersteller (wounded), Kevin Frazier (age 28) (wounded), Joyce Morris (age 72) (killed), Elizabeth Hawk (age 23) (killed), Christian Haynes (age 27) (killed), Amy Wilson (age 29) (killed), Jowanda Netter (age 25) (killed), Calvin Everett (age 29) (killed), Angelo Porter (age 23) (killed), Jermonte Fletcher (killed), Hamilton Tongkeaman (age 30) (wounded), Donovan Lyles Jr. (age 5) (wounded), Millard Dixon (age 47) (killed), Brian Hanrahan (age 30) (wounded), Kerwin Craigwell (age 42) (killed), Tiffany Terry (age 39) (wounded), Nicolas Tewa (age 26) (killed), Cornelius Driver Jr. (age 23) (killed), Maria Soza (killed), Donte Glen (killed), Dylan Peters (age 17) (killed), Anthony Garland (age 31) (killed), Donnell Clark (age 26) (killed), Jessica Hernandez (age 17) (killed), Audin Bataille (age 30) (wounded), Keith Beddingfield (age 22) (wounded), Douglas Winslow (age 17) (killed), Leroy Smith (age 23) (killed), Chris Ingram (age 29) (killed), Eric Freeman (age 24) (wounded), Anthony Barbee (age 29) (killed), Dondre Rivera (age 22) (wounded), Devon Council (age 21) (wounded), Ray Patterson (age 46) (killed), Daniel Tallmadge (age 35) (wounded), Aaron Pearson (age 30) (wounded), Jose Novia (age 17) (killed), Charles Steinhilpert (age 18) (killed), Christopher Brown (age 24) (killed), Alexander Villafane (age 39) (killed), Delano Dunmore (age 16) (wounded), Malcolm Huggins (age 45) (killed), Anayochukwu Iloabanafor (wounded), Michael Shelton Jr. (age 31) (killed), Charles Junke (age 49) (killed), Vinel Lamour (age 30) (killed), Rafael Pujols (age 49) (killed), Michael Garcia (age 45) (killed), Ignacio Aragon (age 42) (killed), Brendon Barlow (age 27) (wounded), Eric Butts (age 25) (wounded), Ladarrius Priest (age 20) (wounded), Josh Gosset (wounded), David Frigaard (age 46) (killed), William Campbell (age 59) (killed), Joyce Womble (wounded), Quincy Storey (age 19) (killed), Andrew Clary (age 36) (killed), Amanda Simpson (age 33) (wounded), Weldon Knight (age 83) (wounded), Betty Knight (age 84) (killed), Angel Gonzalez (age 30) (killed), Uriel Costilla-Mata (age 20) (wounded), Kayla Glover (age 23) (killed), Gary Baskins (age 25) (killed), Kayla Walker (age 7) (killed), Shantai Hale (killed), Viola Warren (age 61) (killed), Jonathon Walker (age 34) (killed), Jakela Foster (age 19) (killed), Latisha Fox (age 24) (killed), Cameron Harris (age 26) (killed), Christian McDonald (age 24) (killed), John Ferrell (age 51) (killed), William Rollins Jr. (age 18) (killed), Anfernee Durant (age 19) (wounded), Tyree Harris (age 18) (killed), Christina Kovacs (age 19) (wounded), Jeffrey Lloyd (age 25) (killed), Miguel Payan (wounded), Demaris Turner (age 29) (killed), Jordan Ellerbe (age 16) (killed), Joseph Cimeno (age 55) (wounded), Kristiana Coignard (age 17) (killed), Bud Runion (age 60) (killed), June Runion (age 60) (killed), Jameson Toler (age 29) (killed), Jose Aguirre (age 17) (killed), Lloyd Gordon (age 20) (killed), Jamario Perry (age 20) (wounded), Unammed (age 31) (wounded), Edwin Cook (age 19) (killed), Heath Huntspon (age 25) (killed), Patrick Wicks (age 57) (wounded), Robert Dudley (age 23) (killed), Carrell Lee (age 58) (wounded), James Robertson (age 25) (killed), Marcos Aleman (age 17) (killed), Michael Stallone (age 18) (wounded), Isaac Holmes (age 19) (killed), Michael Davidson (age 44) (killed), Stephen Pasceri (age 55) (killed), William Allen (age 24) (killed), Derrick McIntyre (age 26) (killed), Montrel Patterson (age 22) (killed), Lisa Downs (age 57) (wounded), Donald Johnson (age 23) (wounded), Sherri-Downs-Tipton (age 48) (wounded), Dovid Temple (wounded), Brayden Barksdale (age 4) (killed), William Doyle (age 24) (killed), Leon Brown (age 38) (killed), Min Huang (age 42) (killed), Hank Mata (age 6) (killed), Mark Mata (age 54) (killed), Terez Herd (age 23) (killed), Gilbert Marquez (wounded), Ashton Harting (age 13) (killed), Mohammad Eid (age 24) (killed), Patricia Campbell (age 72) (killed), Paul Campbell (age 49) (killed), Royal Willrich (age 30) (killed), Vontay Jamar (age 22) (killed), Kevin Owens (age 22) (killed), David Hall (age 24) (killed), Harry Smith (age 24) (killed), David Mullins (age 28) (killed), Daniel Morales (age 27) (killed), Janessa Ramirez (age 9) (killed), Domingo Camargo (age 31) (killed), Gerardo Gomez (age 23) (killed), Jonathon Guilory (age 32) (killed), Christian Guerra (age 22) (killed), Aaron Martin (age 35) (killed), Alejandro Leal (age 31) (killed), Fernando Ponce (age 27) (wounded), Lorenzo Cantu (age 28) (wounded), Cedric Paris (age 42) (killed), Joshua Clark (age 22) (killed), Stanley Hill (age 24) (killed), Kentrall Brown (age 24) (wounded), Shontarious Brown (age 25) (wounded), Martarvione Moore (age 20) (wounded), Wahid Brooks (age 37) (killed), Magno Sosa (age 32) (killed), Brady Hines (age 46) (wounded), Stephan Mayberry (age 15) (wounded), Joshua Henderson (age 17) (killed), Dedrikk Fisher (age 20) (killed), Leonardo Coppola (age 36) (killed), Ida Garcia-Rodriguez (age 33) (wounded), Jose Garcia Rodriguez (age 57) (killed), Terrence Walker (killed), David Goldwire (killed), Gayle Darrah (age 33) (wounded), Kameron Segal (age 48) (wounded), Richard Livingston (age 20) (killed), Alexis Randolph (age 19) (killed), Corey Mattinson (age 37) (killed), Nicholas Hunter (age 29) (killed), Donte Sowell (age 27) (killed), Donnie Reynolds (wounded), Luther Hill (age 43) (killed), Dewayne Carr (age 42) (killed), Louis Ross (wounded), Cheri Simpson (age 32) (wounded), Eric Lee (age 21) (killed), Jerivon Taylor (age 20) (killed), Scott Knopfel (age 50) (killed), Robert Lee (age 37) (killed), Charnesha Penn (wounded), Roderick Reed (wounded), Terrence Harris (age 24) (killed), Laquan 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Justin Adams (age 30) (killed), Saeed Sharwani (age 65) (killed), Lourdes Rodrigues (age 43) (killed), Anthony Richardson (age 32) (killed), Nicolas Degros (age 30) (killed), Timothy Jones (age 22) (killed), Betty Turner (killed), Rodney Primm (age 43) (killed), Richard Kelly (age 21) (killed), Lakechia Clark (age 36) (killed), Earl Clark (age 42) (killed), Jay Guerrero (age 19) (wounded), Keith Mason (age 24) (killed), Tommy Smith (age 39) (killed), Donquaz Stevenson (age 24) (wounded), Donnie Brooks (age 23) (killed), Abdninasir Warsame (wounded), Timothy Kemp (age 36) (killed), Tanishia Graham (age 32) (killed), Izaak Bridges (age 21) (killed), Henry Nunn (age 63) (killed), Alexis Kane (age 14) (killed), Kody Zawalski (age 20) (wounded), Oscar Granados (age 43) (killed), Isiah Joseph (age 15) (Killed) (wounded), Orlando Zentheno (age 35) (wounded), Jazmyne Gibson (age 21) (killed), Joseph Ross (age 26) (killed), Jazman Moore (age 35) (wounded), Gregory Moore (age 30) (killed), 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