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1. U.S. NEWS MEDIA CAN LEGALLY LIE TO YOU
There is no law preventing the U.S. news media from intentionally lying to the public. Whistle blowers and honest reporters are fired for telling the truth.

2. FLUORIDE IS A TOXIN/POISON
Read the Poison Warning label on your toothpaste, then call the 800# and ask;
"Why do you put poison in my toothpaste?"

3. NEW FLU VACCINE IS LOADED WITH MERCURY
by Dr. Joseph Mercola

4. PEDOPHILES IN HIGH PLACES
Also: Conspiracy of Silence Video

5. ASPARTAME IS HARMFUL
Equal, Nutra-Sweet and over 6000 food and beverage products contain Aspartame

6. On September 10, 2001, Donald Rumsfeld held a press conference to disclose that over $2,000,000,000,000 (2 Trillion) in Pentagon funds could not be accounted for.
Such a disclosure normally would have sparked a huge scandal. However, the commencement of the [9/11] attack on the World Trade Center and The Pentagon the following morning would assure that the story remained buried.


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Perspectives 2005

Devastating storms, a new pope, a White House scandal and the 2,000th U.S. death in Iraq. A look back in cartoons and quotes.

Dec. 26, 2005 - Jan 2, 2006 issue - "What I'm hearing, which is sort of scary, is they all want to stay in Texas. Everyone is so overwhelmed by the hospitality. And so many of the people in the arena here, you know, were underprivileged anyway, so this is working very well for them."
Former First Lady Barbara Bush, on hurricane refugees in the Houston Astrodome. The White House qualified the controversial remarks as a "personal observation."

"If someone committed a crime, they will no longer work in my administration."
President George W. Bush, subtly amending his previous statement that he would fire anyone involved in leaking a covert CIA officer's identity

"The Republicans are not very friendly to different kinds of people. They're a pretty monolithic party. They all behave the same, and they all look the same."
Democratic Chairman Howard Dean, at a round-table discussion in California. He quickly came under fire from both Republicans and Democrats.

"I got it at Nordsstroms [sic]... Are you proud of me? Can I quit now? Can I go home?"
The then FEMA Director Michael Brown, in an Aug. 29 e-mail exchange (made public in November) with an aide about his TV wardrobe as Hurricane Katrina deluged New Orleans

"I was very, very welcomed by most people."
First Lady Laura Bush, on the mixed reception received during her Middle East good-will tour

"I am concerned that the confirmation process presents a burden for the White House and our staff that is not in the best interest of the country."
Harriet Miers, in a letter to the president, withdrawing her nomination to the Supreme Court

"You did not notice $25 million was missing from your W-2?"
Prosecutor Ann Donnelly, to former Tyco CEO Dennis Kozlowski at his trial for securities fraud. The ousted executive, who was found guilty, insisted he wasn't aware the hefty bonus hadn't been noted on his 1999 tax return.

"I'm the guy they used to call Deep Throat."
Former FBI official W. Mark Felt, revealing that he was the Watergate source whose leaks led to President Richard Nixon's resignation

"This is Terri's wish. And I'm going to follow that wish if it's the last thing I can do for Terri."
Michael Schiavo, on fighting his wife's relatives for the right to let her die

"Courage."
Veteran journalist Dan Rather, signing off from "The CBS Evening News" for the last time after anchoring for 24 years. Rather was mocked for using the signoff when he experimented with it briefly in 1986.

"He's said that my son—and the other children we've lost—died for a noble cause. I want to find out what the noble cause is."
Cindy Sheehan, whose son Casey died in Iraq, on why she was keeping vigil outside President Bush's Crawford, Texas, ranch and publicly demanding an audience with him this summer

"I chose to do what my friends wanted me to."
Pfc. Lynndie England, pleading guilty at her court-martial on charges stemming from the Abu Ghraib Prison scandal. The plea was rejected.

"If London can survive the Blitz, it can survive four miserable events like this."
Sir Ian Blair, London Metropolitan Police commissioner, on the bombings of the London transit system by terrorists

"This is killing us around the world."
Arizona Sen. John McCain, to Vice President Dick Cheney, after the VP quietly urged GOP senators to reconsider the anti-torture amendment they had passed, 90-9. President Bush later expressed support for the measure, and it passed in the House.

"Matt, Matt, Matt, Matt, Matt, Matt, you don't even—you're glib. You don't even know what Ritalin is. If you start talking about chemical imbalance, you have to evaluate and read the research papers on how they came up with these theories, Matt, OK? That's what I've done... You don't know the history of psychiatry. I do."
Tom Cruise, to "Today" show host Matt Lauer, on psychiatry

"In the special case of science and engineering, there are issues of intrinsic aptitude."
Harvard president Lawrence Summers, suggesting at an economics conference that intrinsic differences between the sexes might be one reason women are underrepresented in top science jobs. He later apologized.

"There's a sensitivity chip that's missing."
Actress Jennifer Aniston, on ex-husband Brad Pitt's posing with actress Angelina Jolie as a married couple in W magazine while rumors were flying that Jolie was a factor in their separation. Pitt has since announced that he's adopting Jolie's two children.

"It's got everything. Fame. Race. Homosexuality. A Peter Pan love story."
British paparazzo Jeff Rayner, explaining the media's interest in the Michael Jackson trial for child molestation


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