18 Apr 2011

Panama Trade Deal Given Go-Ahead by White House

The White House has given the go-ahead to a third trade agreement since December, this one with Panama. US Trade Representative Ron Kirk hinted that the Panama deal was coming soon in a conference call earlier this month announcing the Colombia trade deal. The NAFTA-style trade deal with Korea was announced in December.

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18 Apr 2011

Panama Trade Deal Given Go-Ahead by White House

The White House has given the go-ahead to a third trade agreement since December, this one with Panama. House Republicans are continuing to push an arbitrary deadline of July 1, 2011 for passage of all three outstanding trade deals, including Colombia and Korea.

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13 Apr 2011

Kucinich: “Pfc. Manning’s Treatment More Consistent with Kafka than the U.S. Constitution”

Marine rules clearly stated that Members of Congress such as Rep. Kucinich are allowed “official visits” with prisoners without monitoring by the government or military. However, the Pentagon, State Department, and Quantico base have refused to allow official visits by Kucinich or UN Special Rappoteur on Torture Juan Mendez.

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13 Apr 2011

Kucinich: “Pfc. Manning’s Treatment More Consistent with Kafka than the U.S. Constitution”

Dennis Kucinich again spoke out against the US Government’s refusal to allow him to have an “official visit” with Wikileaks whistleblower Pfc. Bradley Manning, saying that Manning’s treatment “is more consistent with Kafka than the US Constitution.”

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13 Apr 2011

PJ Crowley Criticizes Pentagon for Denying UN Visit to Bradley Manning

On Twitter last night, Crowley renewed his campaign against the Pentagon’s torture of Manning. In two tweets, Crowley contrasted the State Department’s push for human rights for an American held by North Korea with the Pentagon’s decision to “play by its own rules” in denying the UN Special Rappoteur on Torture an official visit with Bradley Manning.

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13 Apr 2011

PJ Crowley Criticizes Pentagon for Denying UN Visit to Bradley Manning

On Twitter last night, Crowley renewed his campaign against the Pentagon’s torture of Manning. In two tweets, Crowley contrasted the State Department’s push for human rights for an American held by North Korea with the Pentagon’s decision to “play by its own rules” in denying the UN Special Rappoteur on Torture an official visit with Bradley Manning.

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12 Apr 2011

Stop the Secrecy: Join Our Call for Official Visits to Bradley Manning

The US Government appears to be sweating from the heat brought on by the United Nations after the international organization’s lead torture investigator publicly criticized the United States’ decision to deny official visits to Wikileaks whistleblower Bradley Manning. Sign our letter to Quantico and Pentagon leaders: follow your own rules and allow official visits to PFC. Bradley Manning. Click here to add your name.

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12 Apr 2011

Stop the Secrecy: Join Our Call for Official Visits to Bradley Manning

The US Government appears to be sweating from the heat brought on by the United Nations after the international organization’s lead torture investigator publicly criticized the United States’ decision to deny official visits to Wikileaks whistleblower Bradley Manning. Sign our letter to Quantico and Pentagon leaders: follow your own rules and allow official visits to PFC. Bradley Manning. Click here to add your name.

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12 Apr 2011

Simpson: AARP is “Cruel Organization,” But “Article on Sex over 80… Amazing”

Ladies and Gentleman, Alan “310 Million Tits” Simpson, whose plan to gut our country’s safety net is being embraced by President Obama, thinks the AARP is a “cruel organization” full of “marketers,” not “patriots.” That said, Simpson, aged 79, really likes the AARP’s magazine, especially “their article on sex over 80. Hell, I thought that was amazing.”

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12 Apr 2011

Alan Simpson: AARP “Is a Cruel Organization,” but “their Article on Sex over 80, I Thought Was Amazing”

Ladies and Gentleman, Alan “310 Million Tits” Simpson, whose plan to gut our country’s safety net is being embraced by President Obama, thinks the AARP is a “cruel organization” full of “marketers,” not “patriots.” That said, Simpson, aged 79, really likes the AARP’s magazine, especially “their article on sex over 80. Hell, I thought that was amazing.”

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