"In the faster, quicker, cheaper mode of operations, NorthCom is just bypassing [Air Force] test squadrons because they are too stringent and require too much documentation, and, if it doesn't work, they will tell the world," the source said. "NorthCom has set up the fox, Lockheed Martin, to test the henhouse door and certify it works."
"Voices for Darfur" Sunday from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in
the Weinstein Auditorium at Smith College's Wright
Hall. performers Evelyn Harris with the Kuumba
chorus; the Amandla Community Chorus; 5-Alone, a
Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter Public School a
cappella group; Mak'hela, Jewish Chorus of Western
Mass. A featured speaker will be 18-year-old Nick
Anderson, who has gained national recognition as
co-founder of Dollars for Darfur
Have we just had a taste of how influence might be wielded under a Clinton II Administration? In a very successful week for its most notorious client, Mark Penn's firm was able to get Blackwater CEO Erik Prince several major television appearances. Lob-ball questions were included at no extra charge.
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The inhabitants and the land of the Marshall Islands and the Bikini Islands were poisoned in the forties due to nuclear testing. Look at Kaho’olawe, still polluted despite over $400 million in cleanup efforts.