Closing Echelon and the NSA? Total Lies about the Total
Information Awareness Program
controversial Terrorism Information Awareness program
was conceived by retired Adm. John Poindexter and was
run by the Information Awareness Office that he headed
inside the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
It was developing software that could examine the computerized
travel, credit, medical and other records of Americans
and others around the world to search for telltale activities
that might reveal preparations for a terrorist attack
office creating surveillance system to close
is shutting down but read the second paragraph. They'll just
rename it and launch it against us after the next terror attack
unless we keep our eyes open.
wants file on every child in England
Government says it wants to create a file on every child in
England, including information on whether family members have
a history of drug abuse or domestic violence.
scanner introduced to test for drugs in the workplace
is going in your car within five years. Fail to pass the test
and the government stalls the engine via the GPS black box.
Refutes Ashcroft on Libraries
General John Ashcroft may be mistaken in his assurances that
FBI agents haven't used their Patriot Act powers to ask for
library records, a Republican lawmaker said Wednesday.
Chavez Rages at U.S. Over 'Terrorists'
President Hugo Chavez accused the United States on Wednesday
of harboring "terrorists" plotting to kill him and
told the U.S. and Spanish governments to stop meddling in
his country's affairs.
Lawyers Argue for Dismissal
wants to question Khalid Shaikh Mohammed and Ramzi Binalshibh,
both of whom's arrests were faked by the US government, which
is why they're refusing to allow them to testify under 'national
SET FOR SCHOOL TERROR
NYPD has created a special unit to thwart terrorists who are
tempted to target city schools, it was revealed yesterday.
Afraid: Bush rating lowest ever
W. Bush is in the worst political trouble of his presidency,
according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll
released Wednesday night. Bushs approval rating
now stands at 49 percent, the lowest point of his tenure.
system found to have fraud risk
independent review of Maryland's proposed touch-screen voting
system released Wednesday found a "high risk of compromise"
by malicious outsiders who might want to tamper with election
11 widow sues the President
New Hampshire woman whose husband died in one of the planes
that hit the World Trade Center sued President Bush and other
government officials yesterday, contending their negligence
of airport security resulted in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
widow sues federal government
widow of the Florida man who became the first victim of the
2001 anthrax attacks filed suit Wednesday against the federal
government, claiming that lax security at a U.S. Army lab
led to his death.
grab Davis signs gun "safety" bill
also signed two bills designed to encourage embryonic stem
cell research and boost the state's biotech industry, staying
active with his pen on the day candidates to replace him in
the recall election faced off in a much-anticipated debate.
Recall Candidates Clash in Debate
The most-anticipated debate of California's recall campaign
quickly descended into a squabble of overlapping attacks Wednesday,
forcing the moderator to tame personal comments by four of
the five leading candidates seeking to replace Gov. Gray Davis.
CHASES EROTIC MAPPLETHORPE NUDE PHOTOS OF SCHWARZENEGGER
operatives are scrambling to contain full nude erotic photographs
taken by controversialist Robert Mapplethorpe
New World Order elite has big plans for Arnold
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says Iran harbors al Qaeda 'associate'
top al Qaeda associate in Iraq has fled to neighboring Iran,
where he and several senior al Qaeda leaders apparently remain
under the protection of the Iranian government, U.S. intelligence
popularity ratings nosedive in wake of Hutton inquiry revelations
Blair's political reputation has been seriously damaged by
the Hutton inquiry, with his personal ratings slumping over
the summer from - 17 points in July to - 29 points now.
Invites Cousin Bush to Stay at Buckingham Palace
President George Bush is to pay a state visit to Britain in
November, Buckingham Palace said today.
Israeli Reserve Pilots Say They Refuse to Bomb Civilian Areas
reserve pilots in the Israeli Air Force presented a signed
petition tonight saying that they would not take part in "illegal
and immoral" strikes in Palestinian areas in the West
Bank and the Gaza Strip. The airstrikes, aimed at Hamas militants,
sometimes kill Palestinian civilians.
marines stop drivers in Scotland
apology has been issued to civilians caught up in an incident
involving armed soldiers taking part in a Nato exercise in
south west Scotland.
of Bush's Speech
A text of President Bush's speech Tuesday to the U.N. General
WMD in Iraq, source claims
weapons of mass destruction have been found in Iraq by the
group looking for them, according to a Bush administration
source who has spoken to the BBC.
Report Said to Cite No Success in Iraq Arms Hunt
early draft of an interim report by the American leading the
hunt for banned weapons in Iraq says his team has not found
any of the unconventional weapons cited by the Bush administration
as a principal reason for going to war, federal officials
with knowledge of the findings said today
hunt for weapons of mass destruction yields - nothing
intensive six-month search of Iraq for weapons of mass destruction
has failed to discover a single trace of an illegal arsenal,
according to accounts of a report circulating in Washington
may call up more reservists for Iraq
Peter Pace, vice-chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told
reporters that the Pentagon would need to alert reserve troops
in the next four to six weeks unless a multinational division
of 10,000 to 15,000 troops was pledged before then.
considers death penalty in Iraq
British Government has begun discussions with the United States
about reinstating the death penalty in Iraq to curb growing
to 1 against GM crops in biggest ever public survey
widest formal public debate ever conducted in Britain has
found an overwhelming percentage of people uneasy, suspicious
or outrightly hostile to the introduction of genetically modified
crops in Britain.
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