will happen sooner rather than later is probably a biological
attack on multiple targets in the center of this country.
Probably smallpox in Denver, Cleveland, and Dallas."
Today on The Alex Jones Show:
Texe Marrs -- New
World Order Expert
Jack McLamb -- of
Police and Military against the New World Order
NEW WORLD ORDER
a former Marine intelligence officer, tried to meet
a 14-year-old girl he chatted with online and was instead
met by police officers
Out Prison Planet.com's UN/Government Sex Trade Ring
not too concerned about friendly Big Brother
Despite government surveillance, citizens' trust of police
and public servants high, polls show
WORLD NEWS HEADLINES
States Begins Free Trade Talks With Morocco
The Bush administration, which recently wrapped up free trade
agreements with Singapore and Chile, announced Tuesday it
was beginning new negotiations with Morocco.
Patrol arrests Mexican soldier a mile north of border
US Border Patrol agents arrested a Mexican soldier late Monday
afternoon on the US side of the border west of Nogales, American
and Mexican officials said Tuesday.
State Could Save by Sending Immigrant Criminals Home
officials hope to save millions of dollars under a new law
allowing immigrants convicted of crimes to serve a portion
of their time in their home country.
Nature of American Denial
Airport Security: Rational Solutions In An Irrational
Commander Bush Says: I Aint Gotta Tell
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Defense Department's inspector general, Joseph
Schmitz, told Grassley, R-Iowa, in a letter that
the FBI was working on a memorandum of understanding
with the Pentagon "for possible experimentation"
with the data-mining project.
airs concerns over tracking system
The FBI's ties to a Pentagon-based computerized tracking
system designed to identify terrorists prompted a senior
Republican senator yesterday to question whether the
Justice Department had "blurred the lines"
between domestic law enforcement and military security
Say Security Laws Sacrifice Civil Liberties
Homeland Security Act's guidelines are too loose on
the disclosure of online communications, some experts
Internet, taxes and liberty: Somehow they don't go together
Before leaving for its holiday recess last November,
Congress moved to reimpose a federal moratorium on Internet
access taxes, while adroitly sidestepping the more important
issue of collecting taxes on e-commerce.
SCIENCE, HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY
are not just passing idle time when they stare
goggle-eyed at the television--they are actually
learning about the world
25% OF NEW HIV-INFECTED GAY MEN SOUGHT OUT VIRUS, SAYS
SAN FRAN HEALTH OFFICIAL
"The men who want the virus are called 'bug chasers,'
and the men who freely give them the virus are called
Must Reveal Internet Song Swapper
Recording companies won a victory in their fight against
online piracy on Tuesday when a US court ordered Verizon
Communications to turn over the name of a customer suspected
of downloading more than 600 songs in one day over the
Group Blasts 'Anti-Gun Prejudice' in California
A new state law in California requires handgun buyers
to pass a 30-question written test and pay a $25 fee
for a Handgun Safety Certificate, which is good for
shoots intruder during mid-day break-in
A Pace resident wounded a man who broke into his home
while the homeowner was sleeping Monday.
A man is dead and two women critically injured with
sword wounds after a man went on a rampage
BB-Guns by Using the Example of an Idiot Criminal.
Idiot Criminals Will Always Be Able to Get Guns. That's
Why the Second Amendment Is So Important
Cal Ban Proposal in VA
Provides that any person who imports, sells, possesses,
or transfers a firearm that fires the U.S. Army .50
caliber Browning Machine Gun round, the Russian/Chinese
Army 12.7 mm round or the Russian/Chinese Army 14.5
mm round is guilty of a Class 6 felony.
Feminism With a Twist -- and a .22
Second Amendment Sisters, which promotes firearm ownership
for women, finds success in Mount Holyoke chapter.
US NEWS HEADLINES
guardsman is fired for blessings
"God bless you and this family, and God bless the
United States of America," he would say as he presented
a folded flag to them. Because of that, Cubbage was
Apologizes for Remarks on Draftees
Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld, responding to
growing criticism for recent remarks about draftees
adding "no value" to the US military, offered
a "full apology" yesterday to veterans groups
and their supporters in Congress.
200 renegades go on rampage in SF
A splinter group of more than 200 black-clad protesters
broke off from Saturday's peaceful rally and went on
a brief romp through the Financial District, smashing
windows and news racks before melting away before the
eyes of frustrated police.
of outrage after shooting of dog have town covering
Cookeville is getting thousands of calls from everywhere
about the shooting. "They say things like, Ill
never come to your town, or, Ill never
go to Tennessee..."
Troubled cop leaves force
Suspended Johnstown police Officer Jeffrey Novotny,
accused of hitting his girlfriend in a domestic violence
case, resigned yesterday from the force as he entered
a guilty plea to a minor charge of harassment.
House panel endorses tobacco ban
A House committee stunned the Capitol Wednesday by endorsing
a bill that would ban the sale and use of tobacco products
in North Dakota.
France Line Up Against Iraq War
Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder has made plain that Germany
will refuse to back an Iraq war resolution in the UN
Security Council, ending weeks of hedging and aligning
himself more closely with his main European partner,
to test lightning-bolt weapon
The US is ready to use an ultra-secret new weapon against
Iraq - a massive man-made lightning bolt with the power
of a hydro-electric dam
report pointed to Bali bombing
A confidential FBI report revealing that a key member
of the extremist group Jemaah Islamiah planned to bomb
Westerners in bars and nightclubs from Thailand to Indonesia
is believed to have been distributed to America's allies
almost two months before last year's Bali bombing.