Hoax and High Treason… Adam Lanza Never Existed!… Sandy Hook School Was Not an Operating School at Time of Shooting!

I have now published multiple articles about it here at Veterans Today, including “Sandy Hook: Huge Hoax and anti-Gun ‘Psy Op’”, where others, such as historian of science and expert on 7/7, Nicholas Kollerstrom, have addressed the parallels between those events.

On one web site, I have even been asked by a serious but skeptical reader whether it is even possible that none of the children were actually killed.

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Sandy Hook poses so many uncertainties and even contradictions that it should come as no surprise that virtually every aspect of whatever happened is being subjected to the most minute scrutiny.
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Haven’t Studied

To judge from firsthand documents obtained by the ACLU through a FOIA lawsuit, we can guess what is probably on the missing CIA interrogation tapes — as well as understand why those implicated are spinning so hard to pretend the tapes do not document a series of evident crimes. According to the little-noticed but extraordinarily important book Administration of Torture: A Documentary Record from Washington to Abu Ghraib and Beyond (Jameel Jaffer and Amrit Singh, Columbia University Press, New York 2007), which presents dozens of original formerly secret documents – FBI emails and memos, letters and interrogator “wish lists,” raw proof of the systemic illegal torture of detainees in various US-held prisons — the typical “harsh interrogation” of a suspect in US custody reads like an account of abuses in archives at Yad Vashem.

What Is Probably in the Missing Tapes

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Honor?

http://thinkprogress.org/2007/12/13/poe-not-isolated/

Rep. Poe: KBR Gang Rape Was Not ‘An Isolated Case Of Sexual Assault’

Earlier this week, former Halliburton/KBR employee Jamie Leigh Jones revealed that in 2005 she had been “raped by multiple men at a KBR camp” in Baghdad. For the past two years, her congressman, Rep. Ted Poe (R-TX), has been pushing the federal government to investigate the matter, but he “says neither the department of State nor Justice will give him answers” on the status of the investigation.

On CNN’s Lou Dobbs’ Tonight last night, Poe said that he does “not think this is an isolated case” and encouraged “other victims to notify” his office:

DOBBS: Now I know you’ve written a letter to the U.S. attorney general, Michael Mukasey, seeking his intervention in this case. Is there anything the audience of this broadcast can do so assist you?

POE: Yes, exactly. There’s something you can do. We do not think this is an isolated case of sexual assault against American citizens in Baghdad by coworkers. We want the other victims to notify my office immediately.

Congress is a Waste

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Intelligence Oversight In Free Fall

Thursday, December 13, 2007; Page A35

Whatever else one might say about America’s accident-prone intelligence agencies, it seems clear that the system of congressional oversight that was established in the mid-1970s to supervise them isn’t working.

Right now, we are getting the worst possible mix — a dearth of adequate congressional scrutiny on the front end that could improve performance and check abuses, and a flood of second-guessing at the back end, after each flap, that further demoralizes and enfeebles the spies. Congress silently blesses the CIA‘s harsh interrogation tactics, for example, and then denounces the practices when they become public.

OpinionJournal – On the Editorial Page – December 13, 2007

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Crimson in clover: Why Harvard costs so much.
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Wonder Land BY DANIEL HENNINGER
Iowa’s January caucuses finally arrive for a face-weary electorate.
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Higher education is about to change as elite universities decide what to do with their huge endowments.
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Should you feel guilty if your children watch TV all the time? Probably.
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Of Victims and Mortgages
The Conyers plan for more expensive home loans.
Dec 13 2007

A Better Fed Idea
It’s the kind of creative regulatory plumbing we’ve been waiting to see.
Dec 13 2007

Crimson in Clover
Why Harvard costs so much.
Dec 13 2007

Commentary

Harvard for Free
The world of higher education is about to change as elite universities decide what to do with their multibillion dollar endowments.
By FAY VINCENT
Dec 13 2007

Let’s Stay Open for Business
America has always benefited from foreign investment.
By STEVE FORBES
Dec 13 2007

How Not to Fix the Economy
We can absorb the subprime losses if we don’t fall for bad ideas like protectionism.
By MICHAEL J. BOSKIN
Dec 13 2007

Wonder Land

At Last, a Vote!
Iowa’s January caucuses finally arrive for a face-weary electorate.
By DANIEL HENNINGER
Dec 13 2007



International

Sidekick-in-Chief
Meet Dmitry Medvedev.
By DAVID SATTER
Dec 13 2007

Stitching up Bosnia
Let’s offer the Serbs a package deal to heal this festering sore.
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Dec 13 2007

American Intelligence
The CIA & Co. say they don’t ‘know’ what Iran is up to.
By CLAUDE MONIQUET
Dec 13 2007

Market Talk
How companies that aren’t cartels sometimes act like them.
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Dec 13 2007

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A Better Fed Idea
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Crimson in Clover
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Harvard for Free
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Let’s Stay Open for Business
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How Not to Fix the Economy
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At Last, a Vote!
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Sidekick-in-Chief
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Stitching up Bosnia
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American Intelligence
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Market Talk
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Will Greenwald Go Further to Reveal the True Elite Trickery?

http://www.salon.com/opinion/greenwald/2007/12/12/ajc_poll/index.html

New poll reveals how unrepresentative neocon Jewish groups are

A new survey of American Jewish opinion, released by the American Jewish Committee, demonstrates several important propositions: (1) right-wing neocons (the Bill Kristol/Commentary/ AIPAC/Marty Peretz faction) who relentlessly claim to speak for Israel and for Jews generally hold views that are shared only by a small minority of American Jews; (2) viewpoints that are routinely demonized as reflective of animus towards Israel or even anti-Semitism are ones that are held by large majorities of American Jews; and (3) most American Jews oppose U.S. military action in the Middle East — including both in Iraq and against Iran.

It is beyond dispute that American Jews overwhelmingly oppose core neoconservative foreign policy principles. Hence, in large numbers, they disapprove of the way the U.S. is handling its “campaign against terrorism” (59-31); overwhelmingly believe the U.S. should have stayed out of Iraq (67-27); believe that things are going “somewhat badly” or “very badly” in Iraq (76-23); and believe that the “surge” has either made things worse or has had no impact (68-30).

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