US troops had an embarrassing moment during a supply mission for the war in Iraq when a Kuwaiti supermarket rejected a US army credit card.
Tuesday, Apr 22nd 2003 (12:13am)
"The president carried me through an enemy minefield after my arm had been blown off by a mortar shell, blazing away with his pistol as he delivered me to safety," Pvt. Chris Adair said. "Then, after he'd gotten me to a medic, he went all the way back through that same minefield—carrying a 40-pound bag of ice the whole way—to retrieve my severed arm so the doctors could sew it back on. Now, thanks to President Bush, I'll still be able to play piano for the church choir back home in Appleton, just like I promised Grandma. He is truly an American hero."
Saturday, Mar 29th 2003 (11:35am)
They're annoying, scary and without a clue...or so say conservatives.
So when Newsfilter's newest contributor, Evan Coyne Maloney, from http://brain-terminal.com, visited the New York City protest with his camcorder, it turned out, the protesters are all of the above and then some.
Click here for an enlightening look at today's current protest movement and the logic behind their revolt
Tuesday, Mar 4th 2003 (12:25am)
With a war in Iraq almost certain, it's time to pump up the troops and get America ready to support them in their fight. There's no better song than "Bombs Over Baghdad" to do just that. Take one fast-paced rap song by Outkast, remix with some Rage Against The Machine, add killer video, and you've got "Bomb Saddam".
Saturday, Feb 22nd 2003 (11:39am)
The following "Pillow & Sheet Fort Wars" documentary is completely non-fictional. All of the footage is from actual events that took place in a small suburban townhouse on the 15th of February, 2003. Viewer discretion is advised.
Thursday, Feb 20th 2003 (9:16am)
Nothing! Player's off!
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