Warns "Multiple Attacks"
Enforcement Runs Everything from the White Supremicists
to the Black Supremecists
This is how they destablize. They then go after everyone's
Webcams, tracking devices, and interlinked databases are
leading to the elimination of unmonitored public space.
Are we prepared for the consequences of the intelligence-gathering
network were unintentionally building?
Taxes for More Control
Leaders look at crime control tax
seeing articles like this every day --people standing up
on a local level to fight tyranny
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Liberties in the War on Terror: The Justice Department's
Patriot Act II
Investigates Colleges for Terrorism
"It's clear there's activity like this all over the
country," said an FBI agent investigating the University
of Idaho cases, talking about the cases on condition of
Mystery Pneumonia Virus Hits Britain
Nine people have died from the strain which experts
say cannot be stopped by standard drugs.
Gunman Kills American, Canadian Oil Workers
A Yemeni shot dead an American and a Canadian working at
a Western oil firm in the Arab state on Tuesday and then
killed himself, a Yemeni official said.
protests stepped up across the world
behind to starve
A humanitarian disaster is engulfing Africa as cash
is poured into war and its aftermath
RUSSIA, CUBA AND N.KOREA HEADLINES
Delays Ratifying U.S. Arms Pact Over Iraq
The Russian parliament on Tuesday put off a vote on ratification
of a landmark U.S.-Russia treaty that would slash nuclear
arsenals, in a display of anger at being ignored by the
United States over Iraq.
China call for political solution
Amid signs of an impending U.S.-led attack on Iraq, China
and Russia on Monday insisted that the Iraq issue should
be resolved politically within the framework of the United
boosts terror alert to "high", Ridge warns
of "multiple attack" attempts
Warning of "multiple attacks" nationally and
abroad in the event of a US-led war on Iraq, the Department
of Homeland Security said it was raising its level of
alert to orange, and announced the launch of operation
sources say war imminent; Iran and Syria next
Qazi Hussain Ahmed, an official of the Islamic political
coalition Muttahida Majlis-i-Amal, claimed that the
US would target Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Pakistan after
Arming Troops With Chemical Weapons
Don't forget who armed Iraq -- see below
ARMING THE ENEMY
has identified a Virginia-based biological supply
house and a French scientific institute as the
sources of all the foreign germ samples that it
used to create the biological weapons that are
still believed to be in Iraq's arsenal
Remember Where Iraq Got It's Arsenal:
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NEW WORLD ORDER HEADLINES
lack of water is a key factor in encouraging terrorism,
the Third World Water Forum in Kyoto has heard.
SCIENCE, HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY
case of mystery illness in Los Angeles County
The discovery was made after the Department of Health
Services alerted emergency rooms during the weekend
to be on the watch for persons with symptoms of the
unusual respiratory illness that recently surfaced in
man may have 'mystery illness'
authorities around the world are struggling to contain
a lethal form of pneumonia as air travellers spread
it across three continents.
funds may be gone in 2026
Social Security's projected insolvency date was extended
to 2042, one year later than what was projected a year
ago, according to the annual report released Monday
by government trustees. But Medicare's insolvency date
was moved up to 2026 from 2030 a year ago.
Bilderberg decide in May 2002 to launch Iraq war in
House Plans $90 Billion Bill for Iraq War
The White House is expected to ask Congress for up
to $90 billion to pay for a war with Iraq and other
expenses within days of the start of combat.
Instant protests threatened when attacks start
"People are furious. They believe the war is
illegal and unnecessary. Large numbers can be expected
to take direct action once it starts"
brings down the curtain on diplomacy
It fell yesterday to Britain and its ambassador to
the United Nations, Sir Jeremy Greenstock, to bring
down the final curtain on diplomacy and clear the
world's stage for war.
TORTURE: THE NEW AMERICAN
City Paper: We caught Mohammed, so why not torture
Atlantic Online: Is It Ever All Right to Torture
Observer: Should the US engage in torture?
US NEWS HEADLINES
prices hit record high of 1.728 a gallon
Gasoline prices jumped another 1.6 cents this week to
a national average of $1.728 a gallon, eclipsing the
record high set in May 2001
school locked down Mon. for pellet gun shooting
Charleston County Sheriff's Deputies say someone fired
a pellet gun at a Charleston school, striking a parent
and prompting officials to lock down the school.