We rearranged our schedule a bit in order to bring you a full program of news analysis. As usually happens, a deeper look at what’s really going on somehow gets buried beneath the stories about high gasoline prices and Anna Nicole Smith’s latest court battle.
The question that’s on our minds tonight is this: Why did Porter Goss really quit as head of the CIA after only a year and a half? Could there be a connection to a plane, painted to look like an official US Government jet, that was seized in Mexico last month with 5.5 tons of cocaine on board? We don’t know the answer, but we’ll present some of the dots that no one in the mainstream media can seem to find, much less connect.
Show topics and links:
- US government tipping off Mexico to Minuteman patrols
- Mystery of 5.5-ton coke plane deepens
- San Diego defense contractor linked to 5.5 ton cocaine bust
And this contractor, Titan Corp., is also tied to the “Duke” Cunningham/Dusty Foggo “Hookergate” scandal!
- Wayne Madsen: Coke plane owner tied to offshore gambling, Jack Abramoff
NOTE: Mr. Madsen now requires a subscription fee to read his articles
- CIA links to plane seized in Mexico with 5.5 tons of cocaine
- Iranian Revolutionary Guard infiltrating southern Israel
- Drought threatens 14 million in China
- Defense Department arms dealer with Al Qaeda ties was to ship missing AK47s
Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout is the man to call when you need 200,000 AK47s, even when you’re the United States government
- Lawyers, guns, and money — and drugs
Hmm… It was Paul Wolfowitz who delayed responding to the State Department’s request that the DOD quit doing business with Viktor Bout
- Cleveland activist faces jail time for tacking poster to telephone pole
And the judge wanted her to submit to mental health evaluation because her opposition to President Bush proves she’s ‘delusional’