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Congress to restore funding of 'gendercide'?
Congress is preparing to vote on an amendement that would restore U.S. funding for a United Nations agency accused of subsidizing communist China's coercive population control program.
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.
THE ECO-CON THAT KEEPS ON TAKING
G8 wants tax on airline tickets to help world poor
Alex Jones Interviews Veteran Reporter Daniel Estulin About His Infiltration of the Bilderberg Group
Video of Saddam's Questioning Released
The tribunal that will put Saddam Hussein on trial released a video Monday showing the 68-year-old former dictator - looking drawn and tired but dressed in a pinstriped suit - being questioned about the killings of at least 50 Iraqis in a Shiite town.
Bombshell As Six More British Documents Leaked
The Path of War Timeline
U.S. deaths in Iraq reach 1,700
U.S. deaths in Iraq reached at least 1,700 Monday, with more than 1,300 of those dead killed in action.
23 Killed in Explosion Outside Iraqi Bank
Twenty dead in suicide attack in Iraq's Kirkuk
U.S. diplomat survives Iraq car bombing -police
Saddam lawyers 'left in the dark'
Iraq war planned two years before 9/11
UK Ministers were told of need for Gulf war ‘excuse’
Robot scientists control live mouse
Experts at the robot research centre in Shandong Technology University controlled white mice by stimulating micro-electrodes on their heads.
World first: brain cells grown in laboratory
Scientists have grown fully mature brain cells in a laboratory for the first time, using a technique that mimics the natural process of brain regeneration.
Quake curtails Chile leader trip
Chilean President Ricardo Lagos has cut short an overseas trip after at least eight people were killed in a powerful 7.9 magnitude earthquake in Chile.
Second U.S. case of mad cow possible
Alex talks with the former Chief Economist for the Department of Labor during President George W. Bush's first term. Reynolds says the official story about the collapse of the Twin Towers is "bogus" and that it is more likely that a controlled demolition destroyed them and adjacent Building No. 7.
Texas A&M University Statement about Dr. Reynolds
GPS for your own good
Last year, a UK insurance company tested a "pay as you drive" insurance system that uses a GPS receiver package to track exactly what distance a car is driven and set each month's premium accordingly.
IBM expands efforts to promote RFID
Many giants of the computing world, like Microsoft, Oracle, SAP and Sun Microsystems, have been vying to gain recognition as technology leaders in the drive to use radio tags to identify consumer goods. None has been more aggressive than IBM, which plans to start yet another marketing salvo Tuesday.
Big Brother Is Watching Your Email
Proofpoint's 2005 survey of 332 technology decision-makers at large US companies reveals growing concern over sensitive information leaving the enterprise through outbound email.
Police turn to scan of iris to track kids
A new technology that could help authorities track missing children relies on eyes instead of fingerprints.
Job seekers increasingly fingerprinted
The green light on the fingerprint scanner glows, indicating it's time to place Kelli Mattingly's right hand on the glass. The procedure is repeated with her left hand. In less than a minute, her prints are ready to be sent to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for a criminal-background check.
US won't insist on biometric passports
Leonard: More cameras the better in Lynn's Central Square
Student Records: Big Brother on campus
British Brouhaha: Big Brother Will Soon Be Watching Motorists
Finger all some retailers need for payment
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WATCH MARTIAL LAW 9/11 RISE OF THE POLICE STATE ON THE BIG SCREEN
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Bombing in Afghanistan wounds four U-S troops and interpreter
Afghanistan Four American troops and their interpreter are wounded after a roadside bomb blast in central Afghanistan today.
Russia, US blocked NATO call for probe into Uzbek massacre: report
Russia and the United States blocked NATO last week from calling for an international probe into last month's clashes in Uzbekistan, in which hundreds of people were believed killed, The Washington Post said.
Israel tries to defuse arms sale dispute with U.S.
Israel is trying to defuse a festering dispute over longstanding U.S. opposition to its arms sales to China and faces new U.S. demands for closer oversight of weapons deals with India, Israeli officials said on Tuesday.
5,000 British troops bound for Afghanistan
More British troops are to be deployed in Afghanistan, military chiefs confirmed today. Up to 5,000 troops may help a planned US bid to re-establish order in the country, with the first wave arriving in October.
Venezuela: Chavez blames Bush for Bolivia
Demands for passenger lists called 'invasive, harmful'
The B.C. Civil Liberties Association is sounding a warning about Washington's demand for passenger lists for domestic Canadian flights.
Steer clear of national ID card
Americans do not need changes in driver's licenses that will ultimately trounce privacy. Especially if the efforts do not make the country one bit safer from terrorism.
Galveston police investigate claim of officer violence
The Galveston Police Department is investigating an accusation that two Galveston police officers beat a handcuffed homeless man, an incident the daughter of a prominent developer said she witnessed.
New Bill Could Make Bush President For Life
A House bill has been introduced that would change the 22nd amendment and enable George Bush to remain President for the rest of his political life.
Mexican special forces take control in border town
Residents of this besieged city awoke Monday to find their police force gone, replaced by Mexican special forces troops who took over this border community stung by drug violence.
T-Shirt Brought Police Visit Amidst G8 Clampdown
Guantanamo Bay to Stay Open, Cheney Says
Police Officer Quits After Taser Shock
Military draft back on US agenda
CONGRESS READY TO RESURRECT DRAFT
Patriot Act not catching terrorists
Outrage after GOP cuts off microphones at Patriot Act hearing
Microsoft deletes 'freedom' and 'democracy' in China
Christina Aguilera Music Used As Torture At Gitmo
Former Bush Admin Economist Says Official Story of WTC Collapse 'Bogus'
The government’s collapse theory is highly vulnerable on its own terms, but its blinkered narrowness and lack of breadth is the paramount defect unshared by its principal scientific rival – controlled demolition. Only professional demolition appears to account for the full range of facts associated with the collapses of WTC 1 (North Tower), WTC 2 (South Tower), and the much-overlooked collapse of the 47-story WTC building 7 at 5:21 pm on that fateful day.
Abortionist accused of eating fetuses
A Kansas City abortionist is out of business after investigators discovered a grisly house of horrors at his clinic – with fetuses kept in Styrofoam cups in his refrigerator and one employee accusing him of microwaving one and stirring it into his lunch.
Schwarzenegger Jeered at Graduation Speech
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's return to his alma mater turned into an exercise in perseverance when virtually his every word was accompanied by catcalls, howls and piercing whistles from the crowd.
Downing Street Memo: CNN Turns Facts Into Fiction
Get it? The point of the Downing Street Memo is not that the Bush regime "saw the war as inevitable." The point is that it wanted the war and had decided that military action was going to happen—and then figure out the justification.
San Francisco Chronicle Covers Downing Street Memo
Is it a second Downing Street Memo -- or something even more damning for both the Bush administration and the government of British Prime Minister Tony Blair?
High court rejects enemy combatant appeal
Borders Must Pay Calif. Tax on Web Sales
Schools defend polling 6th-graders on oral sex
Which of these is a greater danger?
A child is 100 times more likely to drown in a pool than be killed by a gun. Levitt analyzed child deaths from residential swimming pools and guns and found one child under 10 drowns annually for every 11,000 pools. By comparison, one child under 10 each year is killed by a gun for every 1 million guns.
Individual Ownership of Guns Under Attack in America and Abroad
Minutemen head to Texas
The Minuteman Project, the citizen border patrol that virtually stopped illegal crossings from Mexico in a highly trafficked area of Arizona, is taking its activities to another popular spot for entering the U.S. – the Lone Star State.
‘Minutemen’ gear up for mainstream movement
Blair and Chirac face EU budget showdown
French President Jacques Chirac and British Prime Minister Tony Blair prepared for a showdown over the European Union budget on Tuesday with hopes fading for a deal on the 25-nation bloc's long-term finances.
Bush Aides Report 'Increasing Doubts' North Korea Will Give Up Nuclear Arms Program
Iran hit by wave of bombings, blames US
Iran was struck by a wave of deadly bombings in this restive southwestern city and the capital Sunday, with the Islamic regime accusing US-backed "terrorists" of seeking to destabilise the country just days ahead of presidential elections, according to AFP.
N. Korea Urged to Abandon Atomic Threat
The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency urged North Korea on Tuesday to back away from its nuclear threat and asked Iran to improve cooperation with his organization's investigation of its atomic activities.
Japan's lower house agrees to let defense chief order missile intercept
Demand for Natural Gas Brings Big Import Plans, and Objections
Just as the 19th century was shaped by coal and the 20th century by oil, people in the energy industry say, this century will belong to natural gas. But to judge by the battle over energy legislation that began yesterday in Congress, it will not happen easily.
OPEC to take action to curb oil prices, highlights need for more refineries
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