No Suprise: He Wants Your Guns
He Wants Your Freedom Too.
use commercial data as intelligence source
Federal and state governments pay about $50 million a
year to comb through ChoicePoint's databanks, also marketed
under such names as AutoTrack, KnowX.com and ScreenNow.
Brother stalks cyberspace
wartime, civil liberties can be limited in U.S.
"The irony is that we claim to be fighting for freedom,"
said Charles Haynes, a senior scholar at the First Amendment
Center in Arlington, Va. "The reality is that at
home, we often show how sometimes superficial our commitment
is to the very principles were defending."
next: clothes that spy on you
move to protect privacy
US NEWS HEADLINES
anyplace could become a victim," he warns.
See a Trend Here? Winston's future in 'Apocalypse'
Swarm of state fees proposed
Consumers to feel sting of attempt to reduce huge deficit
Says Small Operation Made 2001 Anthrax
to decide on 'vigilante' probe
Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard will decide in
coming days whether to investigate citizen patrol groups
along the border, said his spokeswoman, after he met with
immigrant-rights activists yesterday in Tucson.
Denies Having Chemical Weapons, Saddam Link
tells Syria to co-operate or risk conflict
President yesterday accused Syria of having chemical
weapons. In the clearest sign yet that Washington is
turning its sights on Damascus links to terrorism,
two of his most senior Cabinet members also warned the
country against harbouring Iraqi officials.
Once Again Is Target of U.S. Ire
LIES AND PROPAGANDA
NEW WORLD ORDER
SARS MYSTERY DISEASE OUTBREAK
Kills Scientist Who Helped Discover It
claim SARS breakthrough
A team of scientists from Canada says it has cracked
the genetic code of the virus which is suspected of
causing severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS).
says India qualifies for pre-emptive strike
Pakistan has reiterated that India
qualifies the most for pre-emptive strike as New Delhi
'violator of UN resolutions, possess weapons of mass
is responsible for worst kind of human rights abuses'.
Africa: Big brother to listen, too
SCIENCE AND HEALTH HEADLINES
Heritage Lost to Looters
At the Iraq Museum, where priceless antiquities had
been wrapped in foam and secured in windowless storage
rooms to protect them against US bombs, an army of
looters perpetrated what war did not
blame looting, lawlessness on U.S.
At first they cheered, smiled, offered hearty thumbs-ups
to the U.S. soldiers newly in their midst. But across
Iraq's lawless capital, that sentiment is evaporating
as quickly as Saddam Hussein's government melted away.
on streets of liberated Baghdad
Remember Where Iraq Got It's Arsenal:
ARCHIVE ON ALEX JONES' PRISONPLANET
-- CLICK HERE
Govt Accused of War Crimes Against Journalists
International journalists' organizations are accusing
the U.S. government of committing war crimes in Iraq
by intentionally firing at war correspondents
US allow Saddam to flee? Was the surrender a result
Transcript: "KING: OK, what was it
like? What prompted you... to put the flag on
...our CO, he wanted us to put the flag up there
All Iraq Oil Fields in Areas Under Coalition Control
Up The New Iraq
Rent-a-Cops May Head to Post-Saddam Iraq
for Bush jumps to 71 per cent on war "success"
of Eden now a wasteland
SECOND AMENDMENT HEADLINES
Police seek national crossbow ban
TORTURE: THE NEW AMERICAN