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UN Security Council Unanimously Adopts Resolution on North Korea

Opinion by Gilbert Mercier, News Junkie Editor The UN Security council, today, unanimously adopted Resolution 1874. The 15 members body strongly condemned the 25 May nuclear test conducted by North Korea in ” violation and flagrant disregard” of previous resolutions ( 1695 & 1718). It also demanded that North Korea, “not conduct any further nuclear […]

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ACLU Files Lawsuit Seeking Disclosure of Secret Documents On Torture

On Thursday, the ACLU filed a lawsuit in New York seeking the disclosure of still-secret records relating to the torture of prisoners held by the US overseas. The requested documents include legal memos authored by John Yoo & Steven Bradbury as well as document sent by the Bush administration to the CIA. The government has […]

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Iran’s Demographic Is The Real Problem For Hardliner Clerics

By Gilbert Mercier, NEWS JUNKIE POST Latest Update: 7/5/2009 @ 6:00 PM ( US/PST)Despite the result of the contested election,and the crack down orchestrated by the Ayatollahs hardliner and their enforcers, the reformists  will likely eventually prevail  in the medium term. The presidential elections are taking place in Iran on Friday. The participation is projected […]

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Von Brunn: “Hitler’s Worst Mistake: He Didn’t Gas The Jews”

James Von Brunn is a white supremacist and the shooter responsible for this afternoon killing at the Holocaust Memorial in Washington DC. He wrote this racist rant a while back, it does illustrate perfectly his disturbed state of mind. “Remember, the Federal Reserve Act (1913) gave Jews control of America’s money. Followed by control of […]

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Judge Sotomayor Nomination: A Very Smart Political Move

Article By Gilbert Mercier, News Junkie Editor President Obama made a very wise choice in his nomination of Judge Sotomayor for the Supreme Court, for three key reasons. First, the gender issue: The nomination of a woman was expected by most reporters. The Supreme Court will have two women again. It is still a gender […]

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