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9-11: Rise of the Police State
Featuring Interviews with:
Clinton Advisor David Gergen,
Filmmaker Michael Moore,
& An Undercover Police State Henchman Posing as a Journalist
The G8 Summit and the War on Dissent
Demonstrators are asked to march alongside Gordon Brown, wearing white, and to stay on-message. Don't mention the war. Ditto for any critique of capitalism. Suggestions that G8 policy, far from alleviating poverty, is a direct cause of it, are not welcome. That constitutes "bad" protest. Shut up. Disappear. Stay at home.
Senate Takes Up CAFTA Trade Agreement
U.S. Tried to Conceal Anti-CAFTA Reports
FREEVIEW VIDEO: Alex Jones' Analysis of Starwars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
As a companion to his in-depth article, Infowars presents a spoof on Starwars featuring Darth Vadar and the Emporer. This is dark satire at its most bizarre.
MoD plans Iraq troop withdrawal
The Ministry of Defence has drafted plans for a significant withdrawal of British troops from Iraq over the next 18 months and a big deployment to Afghanistan, the Financial Times has learnt.
The Metrics Of Success In Iraq
President Bush is facing an early legal deadline to deliver what he has been most resistant to providing: a set of specific benchmarks for measuring progress toward military and political stability in Iraq.
Rumsfeld and the WMD claims
At the request of a reader, we have put together this page highlighting the fact that Rumsfeld said there were WMD and then said that he'd never said there were WMD.
Bush Asks for Nation's Patience on Iraq
Text of President Bush's Speech at Fort Bragg, N.C.
U.S. Military to Expand Prisons in Iraq
Vitamins to be Banned Worldwide...
"Big Pharma" won a major victory in Rome, Italy today. Vitamins and minerals, for over-the-counter sale will be phased out, almost completely, in every country on Planet Earth. The "German Model" of health care will now be the law of the land - in every land.
FDA Issues SECOND Suicide Warning For Adults On SSRIs
The Food and Drug Administration issued a second public warning Friday that adults who use antidepressants should be closely monitored for signs of suicide, especially when they first start the pills or change a dose.
Titan dark spot may be large lake
New York bans mercury in vaccines.
Constitutional militia required by 2nd Amendment
In an attempt to shut down the Minuteman Project and demonize them, seditionist groups like La Raza and Hermanidad Mexicana Nacional started slinging the same worn out standard that anyone opposed to illegals smuggling themselves across the border is a racist.
Proposed law would require serial numbers on ammunition
Auburn gun rights activists say a proposed new law to require serial number on bullets is a bad idea and a prelude to an attempt to ban handguns.
'Anti-gang' bill endangers gun rights?
Hillary Clinton Blasts President Bush on Border Security
Hilliary coming to the aid of a trusted ally. Now the Neo-Cons can write off genuine conservative criticism of Bush's open border policy as a partisan sideswipe. Things are truly upside down - if you're for closing the borders then you're with Hillary!
Brazilians Streaming Into U.S. Through Mexican Border
Go Back To Where You Came From
Big Brother UK Turning Into Stalinist State
Antisocial behaviour orders - constantly being tinkered with to make them more Draconian in both Scotland and England - are another sign of the Government's authoritarian tendencies.
Cameras are part of a bigger picture
Let's cheer one small step away from constant surveillance of citizens.
Forget cameras - spy device will cut drivers’ speed by satellite
IT IS the ultimate back seat driver. Motorists face having their cars fitted with a “spy” device that stops speeding.
Japan's Citizens Fight for Privacy
Yoshiaki Takashi, a tiny man dressed in a crumpled suit, wrinkles his brow as he strains to find the English he used when he was a young employee of a Japanese trading company. Now 68, his words come haltingly. But there is no doubting their force.
Mystery planes continue to circle over Lodi
The FBI admits it has fleets of spy planes all over the country listening to people's phone calls and infrared scanning them through their walls. Read the flashback article and this one is explained.
Egypt’s envoy to Iraq kidnapped in Baghdad
Egypt’s envoy to Iraq has been kidnapped in Baghdad, possibly in response to reports he was to become the first full-ranking Arab ambassador to the U.S.-backed Iraqi government, diplomats and police sources said on Sunday.
U.S. Agrees to Sell Arms to Egypt
Iran’s proven oil deposits put at over 132 billion barrels
Exploratory operations have been performed on only some 30 percent of the oil deposits in Iran, thus, more exploratory works should be carried out in this regard, stated vice chairman of the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC).
Chirac: 'The only thing the British have ever given European farming is mad cow'
Anglo-French tensions heightened last night after Jacques Chirac delivered a series of insults to Britain as London and Paris fought to secure the 2012 Olympic Games and faced fresh disagreement at the G8 summit.
Two missing US troops 'are dead'
Two of the three US special forces soldiers missing in eastern Afghanistan for almost a week have been found dead, US government sources told the BBC.
Ex-Hostages Say Iran Leader-Elect a Captor
Italy presses US on 'CIA kidnap'
Israeli commandos storm Gaza hotel
One in six countries facing food shortage
Veteran Radio Host Paul Harvey Triumphs Smallpox Blankets To Native Americans, Black Slavery
83-year-old veteran talk show host Paul Harvey, whose show is syndicated by ABC to over 1,000 radio stations, has reached further into the abyss of zealotry and extremism by suggesting America should be less moral than its enemies in the war on terror and resort to carnal genocide in order to succeed.
Pentagon Directs Attention To Domestic Warfare
The Pentagon's most senior planners are challenging the longstanding strategy that requires the armed forces to be prepared to fight two major wars at a time.
CIA FemiNazi Gloria Steinem Protests Guanatanamo
Classic bait and switch again. They focus the protests on Guanatanamo, meanwhile they're building bigger camps all around the world under Halliburton contracts. Gitmo is a steam valve and Gloria Steinem, who was paid by the CIA to promote feminism, is the puppet at the front of the stage.
Rove 'Knowingly' Refusing Interviews on Plame Leak
Two days after his lawyer confirmed that his name turned up as a source in Matthew Cooper's notes on the Valerie Plame/CIA case, top White House adviser Karl Rove refused to answer questions about the development today.
Rove a source in case of outed CIA spy, attorneys tell
E-mails surrendered by Time magazine to a grand jury probing the leak of a CIA agent's identity show that top White House aide Karl Rove was one of the sources, Newsweek magazine reported, citing two lawyers involved in the case.
Is your kid's name on the Pentagon's list?
...[T]he DOD began building an extensive data base of 30 million 16- to 25- year-olds, combining names with Social Security numbers, grade-point averages, height and weight, e-mail addresses and phone numbers.
Moms’ group fights military recruiting database
Mothers Against the Draft, a national organization headed by Janine Hansen of Reno, is urging students to opt out of having that information used to try to get them to join the military.
Vacancy Starts a Fundraising Race
The effort to fill the Supreme Court seat being vacated by Justice Sandra Day O'Connor has already become a fundraising magnet for both left and right that promises to rival the 2004 presidential campaign for the rate of cash flow, if not total dollars raised.
Police Briefly Evacuate the U.S. Capitol
Hannity Says Pre-9/11 Iraq Invasion Plan A Conspiracy Theory
Cheney EKG? Media pulse quickening
Lawmaker's Wayward E-Mail Refers To Constituents As 'Idiots'
FINAL SCREENING SOLD OUT!
The last screening of Martial Law at the Alamo South Lamar on June 27 @ 8:00pm has COMPLETELY SOLD OUT! A few more screenings may be scheduled in the coming months. Click here for more info.
Eminent Domain Ruling Emboldens City Governments
The city of Brooklyn Center is bulldozing the 'Hmong American Shopping Center' to make room for something more profitable. The center's owners say it reminds them of the communism they left behind. But supporters say they have a better use for the land.
Corte leads charge for landowner rights
Homeowners stand firm despite high-court ruling
Souter suitor wants real hotel company
Poetic Justice : Supreme Court justice faces boot from home?
Supreme Court Rules That No One Owns Their Home
British Diplomat Highlights UK Government's advocation of torture
Mr. Murray said he became a "victim of conscience" after a memo in which he claimed MI6 had used information obtained under torture.
Hate Laws: Making Criminals out of Christians
In this unprecedented exposé, author and filmmaker Ted Pike rips the cover off a little known but grievously evil, growing conspiracy against freedom. "Anti-Hate" laws threaten our property, our liberty, and our very lives.
Texas Man Arrested After Heroic Rescue
A man who rescued a swimmer caught in swirling river currents found himself in trouble soon afterward when he was arrested by authorities who claimed he was interfering.
Pregnant Radio Free Europe Journalist Beaten up in Uzbekistan
A reporter for U.S.-funded Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty who is four months pregnant was beaten in Uzbekistan after receiving threats, AP reported Monday quoting the station’s correspondent.
No ID Card, No Job
Growing public concern over the cost of ID cards forced price concessions of sorts from Home Secretary Charles Clarke last week, but these leave the Home Office facing the prospect of an ever-widening money hole as the total cost of the scheme climbs.
Protesters in court ahead of G8
Protesters arrested on Monday are appearing in court in Edinburgh as fresh protests get under way ahead of the G8 summit.
County balks at residents' Constitutional resolution
At a recent Coos County Board of Commissioners meeting, county residents Monica Schreiber and Dennis Phillips asked the three commissioners to adopt a resolution in support of the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
ACLU Slams Plan to Place Parts of FBI Under Control of Intelligence Agencies
Following reports the president will push for the Department of Justice to create a National Security Service within the FBI that reports to the Director of National Intelligence, the American Civil Liberties Union said the shift would lead to an erosion of constitutional protections against law enforcement actions.
REAL ID doesn't seem like a good ID
The United States continues to edge closer toward the idea of a national identification card, most recently with passage of the REAL ID Act, which contains provisions mandating national regulations for driver's licenses.
Bush sets up domestic spy service
Intelligence chief gets more power over FBI
Children, too, are abused in U.S. prisons
Web visits put man in jail
Use of Patriot Act against homeless is under fire
Uzbek Journalist Reports Details of Andijan Massacre to U.S. Helsinki Commission
Taser controversy refuses to die
ADL's New 'Hate Bill' The Death Knell For Talk Radio
Student gets F grade for mentioning God
North Korea says it will not disarm nuclear weapons first
North Korea restated Tuesday its rejection of US demands that it first scrap its nuclear weapons to gain US rewards, casting a shadow over prospects for a return to six-way talks on halting Pyongyang's nuclear arms programme.
Russia, U.S. Hold Joint Naval Exercises in Russia’s Far East
Russian and U.S. navy units are holding combined exercises in Peter the Great Bay near the Far East city of Vladivostok, Russia, RIA Novosti reported.
Russia Will Equip Iranian Subs with Missiles
Yesterday the Second International Naval Show (IMDS-2005) finished its work in St. Petersburg. During its course there were negotiations about new shipments of naval military equipment to China and Mexico, and about the refurbishing Iranian submarines.
Russia, China confrontation feared
The governor of Russia's Far East territory warns Chinese migration in the region could lead to a Russia-China confrontation in the next 10 to 15 years.
NKorea resumes building of two nuclear reactors: report
China’s Hu Jintao Arrives in Russia for Talks With Putin
Wal-Mart unit Asda cuts 1,400 jobs
Britain's second biggest grocer Asda, a unit of US giant Wal-Mart Stores Inc, is to axe 1,400 jobs in an attempt to boost earnings after it lost customers to market leader Tesco PLC.
New fear for oil: $100 by winter
The surging price of oil has world leaders fretting as analysts predict another gush in prices in the coming months, with some estimates between $80 and $100 per barrel.
CNOOC Will Pursue Unocal Bid
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