Saturday, July 23, 2005

edited by Victor Cuvo

SATURDAY, 6:46 am, est,

British Police Evacuate East London Subway Station

Death toll in Egypt rises

Multiple explosions struck the Red Sea town of Sharm el-Sheik on the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula today, hitting a hotel and killing at least 74 people, the Egyptian Interior Ministry said. More than 100 are reported wounded. The Egyptian government said at least one explosion was caused by a car bomb. People from around the world are among the casualties.

Hunting another gang of bombers
UPDATED Jul 22nd 2005

Police have shot dead a suspected suicide-bomber on a London Underground train and issued pictures of four suspects urgently sought after a second round of bombings in the city. Unlike in the July 7th bombs there were no serious casualties this time ... more

Hillary: Bush Court Picks Anti-Civil Rights

Adding security gets News' test (New York Daily News)

The Sage From South Central Larry Elder

WND Exclusive Commentary

It takes a village ... of
property owners

Thursday, July 21, 2005 by Larry Elder -- It's "almost as if God has spoken," said Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif. To what did the House Democratic leader refer? The Sermon on the Mount? The Martin Luther King Jr. "I have a dream" speech? Democratic National Chairman Howard Dean's latest ...

ANN COULTERA Bush Mistake?

Flailing & Flummoxed
It’s cooperation or desperation for the Left on Roberts.

Look out, world: Here comes booming India
China has replaced the Soviet Union in our lexicon of villains, and the age-old American preoccupation with the growth of this Asian giant has metastasized into full-fledged paranoia. But the truth is much more sanguine. India, not China, is the coming giant of the 21st century. And India, unlike China, has no history of imperialism or inclination to global domination.
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