Alex Jones Helps Austin Defeat Patriot Act
now, under the new Patriot Act, they have sections where they
say all officers may not even need these administrative sopenas
or warrants. They can just carte blanche, go anywhere they
want for any crime," Alex Jones, activist, said.
Passes Anti-Patriot Act Resolution
Austin City Council officially put in writing its criticism
of the USA Patriot Act on Thursday, joining the more than
170 cities and counties nationwide that have passed similar
Puts Brakes on CAPPS II
moved Wednesday to delay the planned takeoff of a controversial
new airline passenger-profiling system until an independent
study of its privacy implications and effectiveness at stopping
terrorism can be completed.
Smart cards track commuters
the new system, Transport for London will be able to track
a commuter's movements and it plans to retain information
on journeys made for "a number of years"
York City's first subdermal RFID VeriChip "chipping''
procedure performed yesterday at lower Manhattan Authorized
researching a story about RFID technologies undergoes brief
outpatient procedure at the office of Dr. Christopher Mills
and Dr. Vincent Scarpinato
ignored its own agency's reports on ISI backing Al Qaeda'
Because back in 1979 the CIA helped the ISI set up a group
called Maktab al-Khidamar which was run by a certain Osama
bin Laden. This group is now known as 'Al-Qaeda'.
Iraq May Have Helped '93 WTC Bomber
teams in Iraq have uncovered some signs that a participant
in the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center may have received
help from the government of Saddam Hussein after the bombing,
Bush administration officials say.
The FBI allowed the 1993 WTC bombing to happen
officials were told that terrorists were building a bomb that
was eventually used to blow up the World Trade Center, and
they planned to thwart the plotters by secretly substituting
harmless powder for the explosives, an informer said after
years in a row, more in poverty
than a million Americans sank into poverty last year, an annual
Census report showed today. It was the first time in nearly
a decade that the number of poor rose two years in a row.
Lost Jobs in August 'Mass Layoffs'
134,000 workers lost their jobs in 1,258 mass layoffs nationwide
last month, up from the 128,103 employees who were fired in
1,248 such actions in August 2002, the bureau said
Strauss: North American jeans no longer fit company
Francisco-based Levi Strauss & Co. is shifting all of
its jeans making away from the United States and Canada, eliminating
about 2,000 jobs. Its jeans will now be made by contractors
in other countries.
unite behind gun bill
bill to improve the national database aimed at preventing
felons and the mentally ill from purchasing guns was announced
jointly yesterday by two senators, a Democrat and a Republican.
pressed to quit race: Neo-con elite rally behind Bohemian
California Republicans are sharply increasing the pressure
on state Sen. Tom McClintock to drop out of the gubernatorial
recall election, clearing the field for Arnold Schwarzenegger
after a poll showed the actor's performance in Wednesday night's
debate was well-received.
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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warns it heading for "clash" with Japan over nuclear
Korea said Friday it and Japan were gradually heading for
a "clash" as Tokyo refused to break with the United
States and soften its hardline policy towards the Stalinist
Iran uranium find reinforces bomb fears
Nations nuclear inspectors have found further traces of weapons-grade
uranium in Iran, reinforcing suspicions that Tehran is trying
to build a nuclear bomb, western diplomats disclosed yesterday.
MULLS MISSION AGAINST IRAN'S NUKES
the first time, Israel's military has raised the prospect
of an operation to destroy Iran's suspected nuclear weapons
Card Deck Has "W" as the King of Diamonds
of the United States George W. Bush as King of Diamonds
is part of a card deck depicting 'the 52 most dangerous
American officials', sold by the French group Reseau
Voltaire (Voltaire Network) is seen in this hand out
photo. Caption under photograph reads : 'Head of a baseball
club and director of Salem bin Laden's oil company (brother
of Osama). Designated President of the United States
by friends of his father at the Supreme Court before
the vote count showed that he lost the elections'.
Bush visit prompts protests threat
Bush is likely to require tight security for the visit, which
is his first since the war against Iraq.
Earthquake Injures 300 in Japan
world's most powerful earthquake in 2 1/2 years injured more
than 300 people and knocked out power in northern Japan, but
experts said it was lucky things weren't far worse. The quake
was centered deep under the ocean, and the region it shook
was well prepared
air force grounds 'refuseniks'
Israeli air force grounded 27 reservist pilots yesterday after
they refused to take part in future assassinations of Palestinian
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
complains to Rumsfeld over death of cameraman in Iraq
chief executive of Reuters news agency, Tom Glocer, has complained
in a letter to US Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld that the
Pentagon failed to provide proper information about an investigation
into the shooting of a Reuters cameraman by US troops.
Ties to Halliburton: Deferred Compensation Package Counts,
Congressional Research Service report released yesterday concluded
that federal ethics laws treat Vice President Cheney's annual
deferred compensation checks and unexercised stock options
as continuing financial interests in the Halliburton Co.
in France have cloned the rat, overcoming a quirk in the rodent's
physiology that has thwarted many earlier attempts to genetically
duplicate this important laboratory animal.
uptake falls to record low
coverage has fallen to its lowest level since the jab's introduction,
official figures have revealed.
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