Attorney: YOUR HONOR, WE ARE HERE WANTING TO REGISTER
attorney Stephen Halbrook appears not only unprepared to effectively
argue a Second Amendment case, but ready to give up the farm
to register handguns and call it reasonable
when he gets his day in court. Read the annotated transcript
of Mr. Halbrook's oral arguments from court just last week
Guns Are Banned: We are overrun by gun crime, says police
chief Constable admitted yesterday that his officers are being
forced to ignore thousands of burglaries, thefts and car crimes
because they are swamped by increasing drug and gun violence.
Intelligence Agency Modelled after British MI5 Being Considered
independent commission studying the Sept. 11 terror attacks
is considering recommending changes in U.S. intelligence that
would go well beyond actions of the Bush administration, including
creation of a domestic spy agency modeled after Britain's
Beach is last U.S. city scanning faces
feet above the sidewalk, three cameras scan the faces of unsuspecting
crowds on Atlantic Avenue. In a police control room a few
blocks away, Lt. Dennis Santos sits before a bank of screens,
holding a joystick that enables him to pivot the cameras and
zoom in or out.
the Iron Curtain
City Independent Media
A man in some country was recently taken, handcuffed, down
into a subterranean interrogation room in the bowels of a
police station and asked by a police investigator, "when
I look into your writings will I find anything subversive?"
Can you name the country?
Anger at £1.30-a-mile road toll plan
Institute for Public Policy Research has recommended that
the "Big Brother"-style congestion charging be introduced
to fight pollution and traffic gridlock.
Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority to put cameras in rail cars,
buses in 2006
transit authority also plans to place one camera in the smaller
paratransit vans, add about 300 in rail stations and install
an undetermined number in parking lots, maintenance and other
Calling for Civilian Reserve Corps
Wesley Clark says if elected president, he would create a
corps of civilians who could be called up for service in national
emergencies much like the National Guard.
Governor Vetoes Partial Birth Abortion Bill
Jennifer Granholm vetoed a bill on Friday that would effectively
ban certain late-term abortion procedures
Vote Last Hurdle for Bill Banning Partial Birth Abortion
advocates are eagerly anticipating a vote in the Senate to
ban the procedure known as partial birth abortion.
of Defense Office Begins Biometric Security Implementation
To Eliminate Administration Costs and Provide 'Added Factor'
Transit Strike May Strand 500,000
for the nation's third-largest public transportation system
went on strike Tuesday, shutting down buses and trains that
an estimated 500,000 daily riders count on to get around Los
US Arms to Iraq: U.S. probing arms shipped to Iraq
have turned up evidence that U.S. companies may have illegally
sold sensitive equipment that wound up helping Iraqs
arms maker accused of illegally purchasing and stockpiling
warheads says Halliburton Corp. induced him to buy the devices
"David thought he was dealing with a reputable company
that knew what it was doing, meaning Halliburton," said
defense attorney Bob Gorence. "If you can't rely on what
the vice president's company tells you - that these are demolition
charges - then what's a Canadian to do?"
al-Qaida Finding Ways to Get Cash
al-Qaida terror network and Afghanistan's ousted Taliban regime
are managing to find new sources of funding despite global
economic sanctions, the head of a U.N. committee overseeing
those sanctions said Tuesday.
S.A.S. Diggers trained me, says East Timorese nun-killing
Timorese militia leader who served in the Indonesian army's
special forces and is now on trial for war crimes, including
the murder of a nun, has testified that he received military
training from Australian soldiers.
Is Two Years From Getting Nuclear Weapons, Opposition Says
may develop usable nuclear weapons within two years using
technology from countries including Russia, China and France,
an Iranian opposition group said
air-strike plan seen as bluff
that Israel is preparing for pre-emptive air strikes on Iran's
nuclear facilities and is now able to fire nuclear missiles
from submarines were seen as reflecting deep anxiety in Israel
for Tehran's nuclear program.
Mag: Saddam's Syrian Stash
to a U.S. estimate, as much as $3 billion in Iraqi assets
is sitting in Syrian government- controlled banks, a senior
U.S. official tells Time
on Syria Approved by Washington Warmongers
Prime Minister Ariel Sharons wildcat strike on a purported
terrorist training camp in Syria was planned with the support
of neo-conservative war hawks in Washington, who maintain
close ties to the Likud Party in Israel.
leader al-Ghozi executed to impress Bush?
reports over how fugitive bomb expert Fathur Rohman al-Ghozi
was killed have prompted public scepticism, with some believing
that his death was stage-managed to impress US President George
W. Bush ahead of his visit later this week
French Ministry opens euthanasia debate
French Justice Minister Dominique Perben announced Sunday
the launch of a debate on euthanasia on his ministry's website
following the mercy killing last month of a paralysed man.
School Syllabus to Contain Basic Military Drills
lessons for male and female pupils would include how to strip
an AK47, parade drills and the best response to a chemical,
nuclear and biological attack.
Towards a Cashless World: Cell Phones Now Debit Cards in S.
Won-jung walked up to a vending machine and bought an orange
drink. But rather than insert coins, she paid with the press
of a cell phone button.
Takes Over US City
have been streaming into infowars.com and the Alex Jones Show
about this massive NATO exercise, which was nothing more than
a giant war game on US soil. Reports include troops in Colorado
Springs, multiple checkpoints and bizarre electrical airwave
problems. Here's a collection of articles on the event.
viewed by China as world power to rival US
European Union is the world's rising superpower, poised to
overtake both America and Japan as the biggest trade and investment
force in China, according to a strategic policy paper published
by Beijing yesterday.
Soldierss Glowing Accounts of Success in Iraq Success
Were Written by Commander
letters appeared in roughly 12 newspapers across the country.
From Massachusetts to California, and many places in between,
family members and local newspapers received letters from
soldiers of the 2nd Battalion of the 503rd Infantry Regiment
detailing their successes in northern Iraq.
Tactics Revealed: Same Positive Letter from Soldier Sent to
Multiple US Newspapers
from hometown soldiers describing their successes rebuilding
Iraq have been appearing in newspapers across the country
as U.S. public opinion on the mission sours. And all the letters
are the same.
Targets Baghdad's Turkish Embassy
suicide bomber detonated a car packed with explosives near
the Turkish Embassy on Tuesday, wounding at least two people
cloned human embryo ready'
expert who claims to have created the world's first cloned
human embryo plans to implant it in a surrogate mother within
Breast cancer patients denied alternative to chemotherapy
drug with minimal side effects which can be used as an alternative
to chemotherapy is being denied to thousands of breast cancer
victims, new research shows.
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