TODAY ON THE ALEX JONES SHOW
SCIENCE, HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY
Starving the Sick and Elderly to Death -- Today's
Feeding From Patients: Ruling Raises Ethical Concerns
Pro-lifers in Australia are alarmed by a landmark
legal ruling they fear may result in vulnerable, critically-ill
patients being starved to death.
A judge yesterday refused to set aside a guardian's
instructions for the care of 92-year-old Margaret
Russell, a nursing home resident who has not been
given any food or nutrients for five weeks.
Laureate Warns of Genetic Discrimination
One of Britain's leading scientists spoke on Tuesday
of his fears of genetic discrimination if people are
not prepared for the medical advances expected in
the next two decades
Security Becomes an Opportunity for Biotech Firms
Companies are racing for a chunk of federal anti-terrorism
funding. But the competition makes ventures risky.
Arrested for Wearing a 'Peace' T-Shirt
A lawyer was arrested late Monday and charged with trespassing
at a public mall in the state of New York after refusing
to take off a T-shirt advocating peace that he had just
purchased at the mall
secrecy stirs anger
Ethicists say hushed smallpox vaccine plan puts patients
Air Security Network Advances
Lockheed to Develop Surveillance System to Check Travelers'
Times: Teachers join 'axis of evil'
Jones Analyses the Secret Patriot Act II -- Click
Secret Patriot Act II Section -- Click Here
NEW WORLD ORDER HEADLINES
to offer amnesty in deal with IRA
Tony Blair will tomorrow promise an amnesty for alleged republican
terrorists on the run in the south of Ireland
Charlotte...Pig books banned in deference
Teacher shuns swine stories in class that might offend Islamic
TORTURE: THE NEW AMERICAN
NEWS: Torture for Terrorists?
"Physical Torture Is Out, But 9/11 Suspect Can
Be Made Uncomfortable" -- Note this arcticle
says it has been suggested that "children could
be used as a form of leverage."
could use] a torture warrant, which puts a heavy
burden on the government to demonstrate by factual
evidence the necessity to administer this horrible,
horrible technique of torture. I would talk about
nonlethal torture, say, a sterilized needle underneath
the nail, which would violate the Geneva Accords,
but you know, countries all over the world violate
the Geneva Accords. They do it secretly and hypothetically,
the way the French did it in Algeria."
choice among evils
Should the U.S. torture al-Qaeda mastermind Khalid
Shaikh Mohammed in a bid to head off more terrorism?
The answer, says jurist ALAN DERSHOWITZ, looks
into the very heart of America
that US will use 'torture lite' on al-Qaida No 3
The White House denied he was being tortured, although
there is speculation that a variety of techniques known
in the intelligence community as "torture lite"
would be used to get information from him.
US NEWS HEADLINES
Deficit Seen as Rising Fast
The federal deficit is growing much more quickly than
expected, even before Congress takes up President Bush's
tax-cutting proposals and without factoring in the costs
of a war in Iraq, Congressional analysts have concluded
Has Smallpox-Related Infection
Doctors in California are trying to determine how an
adult's eye became infected with the same virus used
in the military's smallpox vaccination program.
CORRUPT, CRIMINAL COPS AND
TOMORROW ON THE ALEX JONES
US is preparing to use the toxic riot-control
agents CS gas and pepper spray in Iraq in contravention
of the Chemical Weapons Convention
General Sees Plan to Shock Iraq Into Surrendering
The nation's top military officer said today that
the Pentagon's war plan for Iraq entailed shocking
the Iraqi leadership into submission quickly with
an attack "much, much, much different" from
the 43-day Persian Gulf war in 1991
still hedging on whether to use Russia's veto in U.N.
vote on war with Iraq
As a U.N. war vote approaches, Russia is loudly talking
up the need to safeguard peace, international stability
and the integrity of the United Nations
86% Oppose War
An overwhelming majority - 86 per cent - of Germans
are opposed to a military attack against Iraq, a poll
published by the weekly magazine Stern showed Wednesday
House Condemns Philippines Bombing: Providing
perfect justification for those joint Philippine-US
military exercises that were recently suspended.
RUSSIA, CUBA AND N.KOREA
China moon mission possible 'within three years
China's planned space probe to fly to the moon and
a mission could be ready to go within three years
Atomic expert 'murdered'
One of Russia's top nuclear security officials has been
found dead in Moscow in what investigators fear may
have been a killing relating to his work.
Northwoods Government Terrorism Plan Included
Blaming Foreign Enemies for Space Disasters.
It Also Called
for Hijacking Jet Airliners, Bombing US Ships, Bombing
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Thing This Guy Had His Gun-- Of Course the Article Calls
It "Taking the Law into His Own Hands"
Store Clerk Shoots, Kills Alleged Robber
woos buyers with .50-caliber revolver
Two years ago, Smith & Wesson's reputation for firepower
was nearly blown away by an agreement with the federal
hears arguments over ban on gun show
Gun shows continue to be held at the Montgomery County
Agricultural Center in Gaithersburg even as a battle
rages in federal courts over the county's attempts to
restrict the events
gun laws trounce self-defense
The gun-grabbers are targeting Ronald Dixon. They might
be gunning for you next.