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Mike Pence Engages Troops at Schriever Air Force Base

The service members at Schriever Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Colorado, evolve the force, drive innovation and master space, Vice President Mike Pence said in a troop talk there yesterday.

John LillpopHosana! Elvira Arellano Deported! - That pleasant surprise became apparent when federal immigration authorities deported illegal alien-anarchist Elvira Arrellano within hours following her arrest on a beautiful summer afternoon in Los Angeles.
Krzys WasilewskiA Date Worth Remembering: August 20, 1968 - The forces of the Warsaw Pact crossed the borders of Czechoslovakia to provide, so called, fraternal help, or rather, reinstate a hard-line communist regime.
John LillpopRudy Giuliani : Is He GW Bush With Decent English Skills? - Were it not for the fact that he speaks understandable English, Giuliani would be indistinguishable from W.
SOP newswireU.S.-Canada-Mexico Security Plan Needs More Transparency - Washington -- A trilateral partnership among the United States, Canada, and Mexico is undergoing intense scrutiny as President Bush prepares
SOP newswire Advisory Committee On Commercial Operations For U.S. Customs And Border Protection - Secretary Chertoff: Well, thank you, Ralph. And I want to return the compliment and say that you have an outstanding, very experienced commissioner of Customs and Border Patrol, and also a new deputy commissioner. Congratulations, Jay. (
SOP newswireRecovery Efforts After Car-Bomb Attacks in Iraqi - Local, provincial and central government leaders converged in western Nineveh province, Iraq, as 3rd Iraqi Army Division soldiers and emergency workers in the villages
SOP newswireThe Bush Administration's Vast New Powers - Ever since a new Congress got elected last November, we’ve been waiting for it to end the violations of the Constitution and lawless behavior of the Bush administration.
SOP newswireIronically, even as Karl Rove prepares to leave the White House - Ironically, even as Karl Rove prepares to leave the White House, the first GOP attack ads of the 2008 elections are under way.
SOP newswireNo Progress in Iraq? - BAGHDAD — A military official discussed current events in Iraq at the Combined Press InformationCenter Wednesday.
SOP newswireLessons From Horn of Africa to Apply in Africa Command - DJIBOUTI, Aug. 15, 2007 – As the war on terrorism moves forward, the lessons of U.S. operations in the Horn of Africa will resonate around the Defense Department and the government, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of
Francis KarugahPolitics in Kenya and the Loss of Intellect - A former church cleric recently said that the Kenyan parliament is where all intellectual knowledge dies.
SOP newswireSergey Lavrov, Foreign Minister, Meets Shyam Saran, the Indian Prime Minister's Special Envoy for Nuclear Talks with US - Russian Federation Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on August 13 received in Moscow Shyam Saran, the Indian Prime Minister's Special Envoy for talks with the US on the nuclear issue.
SOP newswireFrance's Sarkozy May Help Turn Page on Franco-American Relations - Prior to his presidency, Jefferson had served from 1784 to 1789 as the U.S. ambassador to France, where he witnessed and cheered on the spirit of the 1789 French
SOP newswireAttorney General Alberto R. Gonzales Travels to Baghdad - BAGHDAD, Iraq – Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales arrived in Baghdad on Saturday to meet with and thank Department of Justice officials working in Iraq to rebuild the country’s legal and law enforcement infrastructure. This is Attorney General Gonzales’ third such visit
SOP newswireGeneral expresses optimism about Iraqi Police progress - BAGHDAD — The deputy commander of the Civilian Police Assistance Training Team operating in Iraq said Friday that he’s feeling
SOP newswireSecretary-General calls on Sierra Leonean voters to ensure peaceful elections - On the eve of Sierra Leone’s first presidential and parliamentary elections since the departure of United Nations peacekeepers two years ago, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has appealed
SOP newswireAfghan, Coalition Forces Continue Anti-Taliban Operations - Coalition forces detained six men during an operation in Afghanistan’s Paktia province today, military officials reported.
SOP newswireCIA Director's Statement on the Upcoming Retirement of the NCS Director - When I became CIA Director, I was delighted that Jose Rodriguez chose to stay on as part of my team. I knew him well, having worked with him while I was at NSA and when I served as PDDNI. We have
SOP newswireStatement by Russian MFA Deputy Spokesman Boris Malakhov Regarding the Agreement to Hold an Inter-Korean Summit - We sincerely welcome the North-South agreement to hold a second inter-Korean summit in Pyongyang on August 28-30. Hopefully the modalities of this major event whose significance extends far beyond the Asia-Pacific Region will become known
SOP newswireU.S. Congress Failed Freedom - This week, a timid Congress caved in to President Bush and his demand for more out-of-control authority to spy on Americans.
SOP newswireThirty Terrorists Killed, 12 Detained During Iraq Operations - Iraqi and coalition forces killed 30 terrorists and detained 12 suspected terrorists during operations today in Baghdad's Sadr City neighborhood, military officials reported.
SOP newswireU.S. Africa Command Builds Partnerships, Fosters Self-Sufficiency - Washington –- The precise role the newly created U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) will play is to build on long-standing partnerships to deliver humanitarian assistance and foster self
SOP newswireTranscript of Remarks by Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergey Lavrov at the ASEAN Regional Forum on Security - Foreign Minister Lavrov: The concluded 14th meeting of the ASEAN Regional Forum on security has borne out the fact that this entity remains the key multilateral mechanism for political dialogue and cooperation in the region. It continues to exert
John LillpopSpecial Prosecutor Needed To Clean Up Pelosi's Mess in U.S. House - One hundred Republican House members did the honorable thing that night by walking out of the House chambers to protest the malfeasance of the majority party.
SOP newswireINDO-US Nuclear Deal Fixes Greater Responsibility - Whole world is aware of the series of relations full of ups and downs that have been there between India and the US since the year 1947 when India achieved her independence.
SOP newswireBush Vows Veto if Bill Doesn't Close Intelligence Gaps - President Bush has vowed to veto the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Modernization Act if it does not close gaps in intelligence-gathering methods.
SOP newswireDispute Over Nuclear Weapons Underscores Clinton and Obama’s Differences - Washington, D.C. - Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton’s recent dispute over the use of nuclear weapons highlights serious differences between their positions on threatening to use or employing the most destructive weapons ever developed
SOP newswireDiyala Tribal Leaders Continue Reconciliation Efforts - Eighteen paramount tribal leaders representing 14 of the major tribes in Diyala province, Iraq, swore on the Quran and signed a peace agreement unifying the tribes in the battle against terrorism
SOP newswireUN evacuates critically ill Palestinian children from Iraq to Syria - After weeks of appeals for the urgent medical evacuation from Iraq of seriously ill Palestinians, most of them children, the United Nations refugee agency was able
SOP newswireBoucher says U.S. working to help free South Korean hostages - Washington -- Ahead of Afghan President Hamid Karzai"s meetings with President Bush, a senior State Department official says Afghans and their government
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