Thursday, October 29, 2009

October 29 2009 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: It's Time For The Pentagon To Take Up A New "Occupation"

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Cabale News ServiceOctober 29 2009 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: It's Time For The Pentagon To Take Up A New "Occupation" - On The Obsolescence Of The U.S. Military Apparatus And It's Tactics

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In The News:Bay Bridge Damage The Bay Bridge is going to be closed for an indefinite period of time while civil and structural engineers attempt to design a better band-aid, as the highways into the San Francisco metropolitan area clog, public transport system runs full tilt, and San Francisco locals can actually find parking.

After the smog cleared, it turned out that 18% of the cars turned in during the federal Cash-for-Clunkers program were new cars that normally would not have been traded out, and overall it cost the taxpayer $24,000 per $4,500 paid to the trade-in's owner.

Renegade Democratic senator Joe Lieberman (referred to in this Yale University (Lieberman's alma mater) article as part of the "Connecticut for Lieberman Party" and noting "Lieberman supported something strikingly similar to a public option in 2004 and 2006 but doesn’t support it now.") is still intending to vote with the Republicans against the Health Care bill.

The president signed the 2010 Defense Authorization Act yesterday eliminating many procurement programs and cutting way back on outside contractors... meaning there will be more GIs doing GI laundry and GI cooks in the kitchen again. It also expanded hate crimes protections and amended the Military Commissions Act of 2006 to provide suspected terrorists with greater due process rights.

U.N. IAEA inspectors have finished their week-long inspection of Iran's nuclear facilities and give it the green light. "We had a good trip," said Herman Nackaerts, head of the four-member mission,". Despite that news, the Saber-Rattling and santions pressure continues... "The U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee approved a measure that would impose sanctions on individuals and companies that help Iran produce refined petroleum products or send them to the country.".


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