Once again Rep. Todd Tiahrt has tried to sure up support for a war that was never needed, has killed thousands of both Americans and Iraqis and is nothing more than an ambitious scheme by Whitehouse officials to gain full control of the Middle East and its oil.
Congressman Todd Tiahrt’s
U.S. Capitol Update
March 31, 2006
Last week during the Congressional recess, I joined other members of the House Intelligence Committee on a fact finding mission to
Despite reports of civil war, both our top military official in
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From March 12-27, throughout neighborhoods across Tijuana, San Diego, Santa Ana, Los Angeles, and San Francisco—covering over 241 miles—the Caminata por la paz (March for Peace) is protesting the war and bloodshed in Iraq and the escalating attacks on immigrants. Some of their stops include the border region between
At the opening press conference in Tijuana, Pablo Paredes said, “We live in a country where 2/3 of the population is against the war, and we want to give people the opportunity to express their opposition. We want to do this not just through polls or on the internet, but we want this to be seen on the streets and have the people’s voices to be heard. This is the call that we are making today and will make these next few days.”
Gaining strength from the recent outpourings of hundreds of thousands of immigrants in Chicago stepping forward against the intensifying anti-immigrant climate in this country and bills like HR 4437 (that could make it a felony to be undocumented and a crime to provide any kind of service to an undocumented person), the March for Peace aims to rouse resistance to put an end to the war and the anti-immigrant attacks.
Protesters in the