Judicial Watch yesterday released on the Internet an outline of what it
calls the "mountain of evidence ... that Bill Clinton has ceded and
continues to cede control of the presidency to Hillary Rodham Clinton." The
outline includes information from an Internet-released Federal Elections
Commission report that reveals Hillary is a candidate in 2000 for both the
presidency and the Senate and from investigators who tie Hillary and her
hires, Webster Hubbell and Vince Foster, to Waco.
Classified documents and information obtained by WorldNetDaily prove that
Webster Hubbell was present at the meeting Attorney General Janet Reno
called with Delta Force to help her plan the final assault on the Branch
Davidian compound in Waco, Texas, that killed 74 civilians, many of them
children. The information was passed to WorldNetDaily before any other news
outlet because one source, an ex-Special Forces commando, credits the New
Media with helping him expose nuclear smuggling and survive four years of
wrongful imprisonment. Keith Idema says it was by making collect pay
telephone calls to the Barry Farber talk radio show that he was able to tell
the world he had uncovered evidence that Russians had smuggled nuclear
material and weapons out of their country.
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Idema also used the Barry Farber show to say he was being imprisoned on
phony wire fraud charges because he refused to give the FBI and CIA the
names of the secret sources who had fingered the Russians for him. Idema
says he refused to divulge his sources because he was told spies had
penetrated both the FBI and CIA and so feared for his contacts' lives.
The WorldNetDaily Waco scoop is just the latest example of the intersection
of talk radio and the Internet -- of New Media in action, the theme of
WorldNetDaily's first-ever conference to be held Sept. 17-19 in Los Angeles.
Titled, "The New Media to America's Rescue," the conference will bring
together such New Media stars as Larry Klayman, chairman of Judicial
Watch; Bill Gertz, the Washington Times
correspondent who wrote the best-selling book, "Betrayal: How the Clinton
Administration Undermined American Security"; Joseph Farah, WorldNetDaily
founder and editor; Rep. James Rogan, the young folk hero of the House
impeachment proceedings; J.R. Nyquist, the WorldNetDaily columnist who has
captivated Internet readers and talk-radio listeners alike with his analysis
of the world crisis and radio talk-show hosts, and WorldNetDaily columnists
Geoff Metcalf and Jane Chastain. FOR AN AUDIO CLIP OF BILL GERTZ DISCUSSING
THE CONFERENCE CLICK HERE. (Audio clip
courtesy of Starcast.net.)
"This will be the shot heard 'round the world in 1999," said Farah.
"Somebody said the Internet is the musket of the 21st century. I say it is
the Stinger missile. And this conference could be the Continental Congress
of the future. It will be participatory. It will be interactive. It will be
a chance to talk about how we can affect real change as our country faces
seemingly insurmountable hurdles."
The conference will kick off Friday night, Sept. 17, with a VIP cocktail
party followed by Saturday's all-day program of speakers and a ceremony at
which Bill Gertz will be presented with an award for excellence in
investigative journalism. On Sunday, Sept. 19, the conference will close
with a champagne brunch and question-and-answer session with Bill Gertz and
other speakers. To make participation possible for the greatest number of
people, WorldNetDaily is offering three levels of attendance:
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- For $50 you may attend either Friday night's or Sunday morning's social
- For $139 you get Saturday's packed all-day program of speakers -- the
meat of the conference -- plus a gala luncheon and morning refreshments.
- For $169 you get to attend all three days' events: Friday's VIP cocktail
party, Saturday's all-day program with gala lunch and morning refreshments
and Sunday morning's champagne brunch and question-and-answer session with
Bill Gertz. Plus you also get a copy of Gertz's best-selling book,
For those who want to commute each day, parking at $10 a day is available in
the Hilton Universal's underground parking lot. For those who wish to stay
over Friday or Saturday night, a special conference rate is available of
just $133 per room, per night.
The Universal Hilton is a renowned luxury hotel almost unique in being
within walking distance of many of Los Angeles' most famous restaurants and
attractions. The hotel is also convenient for those flying in because it's
just minutes away from Burbank airport.
To register for the conference, visit the WorldNetDaily storefront or call
toll-free at 1-800-952-5595.