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Chinese Leader Urges Australia to End 'Mistrust'

One of China's most powerful politicians, Vice Premier Li Keqiang, has urged Australia to put aside differences with Beijing that have strained relations between the two Asia-Pacific trading partners. Li's comments came at the conclusion of a visit to Australia Monday aimed at soothing diplomatic tensions.

Niger Issues Arrest Warrant for Opposition Leader

Niger has issued arrest warrants for two prominent members of the opposition, including the president's main-rival Mahamadou Issoufou, who has returned to Niger to face charges.  Just weeks after Niger went ahead with legislative elections boycotted by the opposition, the government has issued arrest warrants for two prominent opposition leaders.  Mahamadou Issoufou and Hama Amadou are accused of money-laundering while traveling abroad. Issoufou, leader of the Nigerien Party for Democracy and Socialism, has returned to Niger to fight the charges. Issoufou made a sho

Pakistan Foreign Minister: Offensive 'Very Successful'

Pakistan's foreign minister says his country's military is likely to uproot Taliban militants hiding in the mountains along the Afghan border by late December.  Shah Mahmood Qureshi said Sunday in Malaysia that Pakistan's offensive in South Waziristan has been "very successful" and has the Taliban fighters "on the run."  He spoke on the sidelines of a conference for developing Islamic countries. Pakistan's army says its forces killed nine terrorists and apprehended two others in the last 24 hours of the offensive.  It says two soldiers died in the fighting.  The mil

Russian Military Plane Crashes, 11 Dead

Russian authorities say a heavy-lift military cargo plane has crashed on takeoff in eastern Siberia, killing all 11 people on board. Investigators say the huge four-engine Ilyushin IL-76 had just taken off Sunday from Mirny, in the Yakutia region, when it rolled at an altitude of about 20 meters, crashed, and burst into flames. The plane, bound for the Siberian city of Irkutsk, went down in an open field about two kilometers from the runway. There were no reports of injuries on the ground.

President Obama’s Attacks on Free Speech Opposed by Most Americans, Zogby/O’Leary Poll Finds

A majority of American voters view recent actions by President Barack Obama and Democratic leaders in Congress as threats to our First Amendment rights, according to a recent Zogby International/O’Leary Report Poll. Independents, Hispanics and small business owners are among the key voting blocs that disagree with the President’s moves to curtail free speech. The Poll surveyed 3,544 American voters on October 23-26 and has a margin of error of plus-or-minus 1.7 perce

Listen to Friday's Speech on Manufactured Crisis

Speech to Grassroots America - We the People, Friday, October 23, 2009. Go to TOGINET radio, here at the Grassroots America show.

Lord Monckton on Politically Correct talk show with Jim Simpson

Lord Christopher Monckton was on air, Thursday October 22, at 7pm eastern time with Jim Simpson and John Martin to discuss the upcoming Copenhagen climate change conference. Tune in to the Politically Correct radio show at Toginet.com. Streaming audio. Here's the link: Politically Correct

Fox News on the Spot in Marc Lamont Hill Scandal

Rupert Murdoch, chairman of News Corporation, the parent company of Fox News, used his company's annual meeting on October 16 to announce the firing of Fox News contributor and O'Reilly Factor regular Marc Lamont Hill. This is the left-wing cop-killer apologist that we have written about for weeks. We called him the Van Jones of Fox News Channel. We said Fox News was as bad as Obama on the matter of background checks for their employees. Interestingly, both Van Jones and Marc Lamont Hill are public supporters of convicted cop-killer Mumia Abu-Jamal.

Obama Associate Implicated in Murder

The sub-headline over the September 16 article says it all: "The investigation into a cop killing in the '70s leads to a law professor who helped launch Barack Obama's political career." The law professor is former Communist terrorist Bernardine Dohrn, a leader of the Weather Underground known for praising mass murderer Charles Manson. Writer Peter Jamison, who is based in San Francisco, where the cop killing occurred, spent months working on the story and developed many different sources of information.