Today on The Alex Jones Show:
on the NRA and their anti-Second Amendment treachery with
guests Bob Dacy, media activist and Larry Pratt, founder of
Owaners of America
Helping Feds Force More Gun Control on States and Citizens
of Trust: How the NRA Bargains Away Our Second Amendment
"good friend of the Second Amendment" Calls for
.50 Caliber Rifle Ban in Los Angeles
Make NRA President "Nervous"
Says Honest Americans Would Turn in Banned Guns
of Columbine killers Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris was released
to the public Wednesday by the Jefferson County Sheriff's
Now it's "Brain-Damaged"
rather than comotose.
company and pharmacy send unsolicited samples of Prozac to
marketing scheme that involved sending unsolicited fluoxetine
(Prozac) in the mail has led to a lawsuit in the US state
of Florida against a local hospital, the drugs manufacturer
(Eli Lilly), and Walgreen, a major US pharmacy chain.
raids net 300 illegal workers
agents raided Wal-Mart's headquarters and 60 of its stores
across the country yesterday, arresting more than 300 illegal
workers, including five in Massachusetts and 11 in New Hampshire,
in an immigration crackdown at the world's biggest retailer.
seize illegal Wal-Mart workers
Federal agents raided Wal-Mart's headquarters and 60 of its
stores across the country Thursday, arresting more than 300
illegal workers in an immigration crackdown at the world's-biggest
McClellan Interviewed in CIA Probe
FBIhas interviewed more than three dozen Bush administration
officials, including political adviser Karl Rove and press
secretary Scott McClellan, in its investigation into the leak
of an undercover CIA officer's identity.
intensifies for man who tried to sabotage power towers
hunt for a man believed to be responsible for trying to sabotage
two high-voltage power lines in California and Oregon earlier
this week intensified today when a warrant was issued for
makes light of a horrible situation: Prozac found in Texas
could be more peaceful, more restful or more relaxing than
dropping a line into a quiet Texas lake and trying to hook
a fish that is on Prozac? According to a study by a Baylor
University toxicologist, fluoxetine the active ingredient
in the antidepressant Prozac is making its way to a
lake in the Dallas area and into the tissue of the freshwater
blue gill fish.
House passes statewide smoking banHouse passes statewide smoking
Massachusetts House Wednesday night overwhelmingly approved
a bill that would ban smoking in all bars and restaurants
statewide, but would allow smoking in private clubs owned
by veterans and various fraternal organizations.
to Offer Voluntary Police State ID Card for Use by Sheeple
at Security Checks
Brill, a journalist and entrepreneur, will announce today
a new company, Verified Identity Card Inc., which will offer
customers an electronic card containing data showing that
they are not on terrorism watch lists and do not have certain
felony convictions on their records.
Society: Sony Studying Ways to Embed Cell Phones
Corp is studying ways to let consumers use their cell phones
to buy groceries at convenience stores, pick up the tab for
lunch and pay train fares, the company said Wednesday.
expelled over diary
Roswell High School freshman has been expelled for the remainder
of the year for writing a fictional tale in her private journal
about a student who dreams that she kills a teacher.
second-grader at Orange Ridge-Bullock Elementary School, standing
47 inches tall and weighing 62 pounds, came away without a
scratch, but was cited by Officer Jeff Beckley for violating
the right of way. He was initially given an $86 ticket, but
officers realized Thursday night that they had overcharged
him for the violation.
a Global ID card, win a trip to Cape Town
In a world
where first impressions are crucial, I.D. magazine invites
you to design a global identification card. The competition
prize will take you to the biggest design conference in the
southern hemisphere: the 7th International Design Indaba in
Cape Town, South Africa, February 25-27, 2004.
national smoking ban
is to be one of the first countries in the world to bring
in a national ban on smoking in restaurants, bars and cafes
Secret MoD plan to create spy stations
plans to turn mobile phone masts into "Big Brother"
spy stations have been revealed.
downplays Rumsfeld pessimism
senior Pentagon official on Wednesday insisted the US military
was succeeding in Afghanistan and Iraq despite a private admission
from Donald Rumsfeld, the defence secretary, that both rebuilding
efforts would be "a long, hard slog".
memo: A grim outlook
United States has no yardstick for measuring progress in the
war on terrorism, has not "yet made truly bold moves"
in fighting al-Qaeda and other terror groups, and is in for
a "long, hard slog" in Iraq and Afghanistan, according
to a memo that Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld sent to top-ranking
Defense officials last week.
derides US treaty offer
tension between the US and North Korea worsened today, after
the Pyongyang government dismissed President George Bush's
offer of a nuclear treaty as a "laughing matter".
Saudi Arabia in secret nuke pact
and Saudi Arabia have concluded a secret agreement on "nuclear
cooperation" that will provide the Saudis with nuclear-weapons
technology in exchange for cheap oil, according to a ranking
Approves Easing of Curbs on Cuba Travel
a firm rebuke to President Bush over Cuba policy, the Senate
on Thursday overwhelmingly voted to ease travel restrictions
on Americans seeking to visit the island.
US 'undermined Chile's democracy'
US Central Intelligence Agency, the CIA, has released thousands
of secret documents relating to covert operations in Chile
before and during the period of military rule there.
plotting to topple Venezuelan govt
allied with President Hugo Chavez showed a videotape, which
they claim was evidence the CIA, was working with Venezuelan
dissidents to overthrow the government. The US Embassy denied
elite are filthy pigs, says Bossi
European Union's elite are determined to destroy Europe's
Christian heritage, Italy's reform minister, Umberto Bossi
10-year EU licence 'to cut fraud'
UK driving licences will no longer be valid until the age
of 70 and will have to be renewed every 10 years under proposals
for a standardised EU licence approved yesterday
soldier killed in new Iraq attack
US soldier has been killed in Iraq and 13 troops injured in
a mortar attack north of Baghdad.
Troops in Iraq Have Limited Body Armor
has allocated funds for all U.S. troops to wear 16-pound,
ceramic-plated Interceptor body armor, but as many as 51,000
American soldiers and civilian administrators in Iraq have
not yet been equipped with the gear, and have been asking
friends and families at home to purchase and send them off-the-shelf
models for protection.
Underreports Wounded in Iraq
newspapers reported this week on poor medical and living conditions
for Americans injured in Iraq, it might have come as a shock
for some readers. For months, the press has barely mentioned
non-fatal casualties or the severity of their wounds.
Weather: How Intense Solar Activity Can Upset Earth-Based
warn a space storm is heading toward Earth and could disrupt
power grids, satellites and some high frequency communications.
Comes the Sun Storm
far, the storm has interfered with airline communications
and radio communications for teams on Mount Everest, Combs
said. But problems were not widespread.
storm coming to Earth
are warning about a strong geo-magnetic storm expected to
hit the Earth Friday.
could live for hundreds of years'
say people could live active lives for hundreds of years if
humans follow the same biological rules as laboratory worms
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