The Libertarian candidate responded to an ad in Swingers Digest magazine, telling an undercover San Jose policewoman that he wanted her to teach one of his young family members about sex while he had sex with another.
Lindauer allegedly met in Iraq with several intelligence officers at the Al-Rashid Hotel, accepting cash payments of about $5,000. On her return, Lindauer allegedly met with an Iraqi officer in Manhattan.
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In this important article, Richard Poulin, professor of sociology at the University of Ottawa (Canada), argues that the sex industry, previously considered marginal, has come to occupy a strategic and central position in the development of international capitalism.
The contradiction between the continuous adulation given by the corporate media to supposed efforts by the United States to establish democracy in Iraq with the recent US crushing of democracy in Haiti.
Citizens United and the Club for Growth "play the role of attack dog" by funding TV ads for the Bush campaign outside of the $100 million plus relection-war chest -- branding Kerry as "another rich, liberal elitist from Massachusetts"