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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
Bush Faces Decision on Bolton Nomination
President Bush faces a politically thorny situation _ and stark choices _ now that Senate Democrats twice have blocked John Bolton's confirmation as U.N. ambassador.
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.
Congress to restore funding of 'gendercide'?
G8 wants tax on airline tickets to help world poor
Alex Jones Interviews Veteran Reporter Daniel Estulin About His Infiltration of the Bilderberg Group
WMD claims were 'totally implausible'
A key Foreign Office diplomat responsible for liaising with UN inspectors says today that claims the government made about Iraq's weapons programme were "totally implausible".
Iraqi Security Tactics Evoke the Hussein Era
The public war on the Iraqi insurgency has led to an atmosphere of hidden brutalities, including abuse and torture, carried out against detainees by the nation's special security forces, according to defense lawyers, international organizations and Iraq's Ministry of Human Rights.
U.S. spending on Iraq may soon surpass Korean War budget
Lawmakers in the United States were scheduled to vote on Monday to approve $45 billion US in additional funding for operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, making the recent Middle East foray more expensive than the entire Korean War.
Is worst yet to come in Iraq?
During a terrible week for violence in Iraq, a senior administration official yesterday warned that the worst is yet to come. Five Marines and a sailor were killed Wednesday in attacks west of Baghdad, the U.S. military announced yesterday, a day that also brought news of a suicide bomber in Baghdad who killed at least eight police officers and wounded 25 others.
Captive Saddam misses Ronald Reagan, magazine says
Saddam Hussein likes Doritos, washes his hands compulsively and thinks fondly of the late U.S. President Ronald Reagan, according to American soldiers who guarded him and tell their story in the July issue of GQ magazine.
Leading Egyptian Government Daily Al-Akhbar: "Al-Zarqawi is an American Agent"
Report: Saddam Friendly With U.S. Troops
War taking toll on health of Iraqi kids
Memos Show British Fretting Over Iraq War
Baghdad restaurant bomb kills 23
Britain to push EU budget deal
London received the lion's share of the blame for EU leaders' failure to reach an agreement on the union's $1 trillion budget for 2007-13 Thursday and Friday. In particular, Prime Minister Tony Blair was slammed for refusing to give up Britain's annual rebate from Brussels.
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.
Crude Oil Prices Hit $61 Per Barrel
DESPITE the resolve of Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to raise its official output ceiling from 7.5 million barrels per day to 28.5 million, crude oil prices yesterday jumped to an all-time high of $61 per barrel.
Oil scales new peaks, eyes $60
Alex Jones appeared Thursday June 16th on Coast to Coast AM for a much anticipated 9/11 debate. The question, did Muslims act alone on 9/11 or not? Click here for an archive of the special page created for the show.
Despite Ban, Feds Collected Airline Passenger Data
A federal agency collected extensive personal information about airline passengers although Congress told it not to and it said it wouldn't, according to documents obtained Monday by The Associated Press.
Privacy issues with Google library search
Kane gets child-ID system
Grand Theft Auto Meets Robocop
Forget Credit Cards Or Checks: Pay With Your Fingerprint
They're the first in Missouri to have it. A convenience store in Arnold has a new way for customers to pay by scanning their fingerprints. With this new system, customers won't need to carry a check, debit card or even cash. All they need is their finger and a code.
Black Market in Stolen Credit Card Data Thrives on Internet
It is not clear whether any data stolen from CardSystems Solutions, the payment processor reported on Friday to have exposed 40 million credit card accounts to possible theft, has entered this black market. But law enforcement officials and security experts say it is a safe bet that the data will eventually be peddled at sites like iaaca.com - its very name a swaggering shorthand for International Association for the Advancement of Criminal Activity.
Cell Phones Now Playing Role of Wallet
Already a device of multiple disguises, from camera to music player and mini-TV, the cell phone's next trick may be the disappearing wallet.
Alex would like to thank everyone who came out for the showing last Wednesday, June 8th at the Alamo South Lamar and helped made the event the huge success that it was.
It was great to get together with other truth seekers and see Martial Law on the big screen.
China says US concerns over military cooperation with Israel 'groundless'
China Tuesday dismissed as "groundless and unreasonable" US concerns over its military cooperation with Israel, arguing no third party would be hurt.
India completes hat-trick of surface-to-air missile tests
India successfully tested Tuesday a locally-built surface-to-air missile for the third time in five days as part of final trials before its military induction, defence officials said.
South Korea upset about US criticism of North Korea
South Korean Foreign Minister Ban Ki-Moon expressed regret Tuesday at recurring US criticism of North Korea, saying the comments are unhelful in the current reconciliatory mood.
Iran hit by wave of bombings, blames US
N. Korea Urged to Abandon Atomic Threat
Bombing in Afghanistan wounds four US troops and interpreter
Afghanistan Four American troops and their interpreter are wounded after a roadside bomb blast in central Afghanistan today.
Taiwan ship joins island dispute
A Taiwanese warship visited disputed fishing grounds on Tuesday, after Taiwanese fishermen complained of harassment by Japanese patrol boats.
Russia, US blocked NATO call for probe into Uzbek massacre: report
Israel tries to defuse arms sale dispute with U.S.
5,000 British troops bound for Afghanistan
Researcher: 'Killer Bees' May Spread Throughout Fla.
African honeybees -- also known as killer bees -- have entered Florida, and a University of Florida researcher says the aggressive insects may eventually spread throughout the state and move into other areas of the southeastern United States.
'Menstruating' boy stuns doctors
In an extremely unusual case, a Kolkata doctor is treating a teenage boy who has been showing symptoms of menstruation.
Team Working on Birth Control for Men
Four decades after the birth control pill became available to women, researchers at the University of Kansas and the University of Kansas Medical Center are working to develop a similar contraceptive for men.
Some Politics May Be Etched in the Genes
Political scientists have long held that people's upbringing and experience determine their political views. A child raised on peace protests and Bush-loathing generally tracks left as an adult, unless derailed by some powerful life experience. One reared on tax protests and a hatred of Kennedys usually lists to the right.
China Says Flu Medicine Not for Birds
China's agriculture ministry denied Tuesday that the government had encouraged farmers to use a human influenza drug to treat bird flu in poultry, a practice that researchers say has made the drug ineffective in fighting outbreaks in people.
Quake hits off California
More than 1,200 who had anthrax vaccine now sick
Was Traci Johnson driven to suicide by anti-depressants? That's a trade secret, say US officials
FBI trawls libraries for terrorist readers
The bookish calm of a public library might not seem like the most obvious place to hunt for terrorists, but according to a report, the FBI and other US law enforcement agencies involved in counter-terrorism have made more than 200 requests for information about borrowers from libraries since September 11.
Tasers vs. Pepper Spray: "Hit me, I'll tell you which is worse"
McCartney asked for it - literally. The five-second zap Monday was part of a research project as McCartney, who works for Mayor Rocky Anderson, helps the Police Department determine its Taser policy.
[P]lease find attached the new marketing campaign launched by
Telefonica, Spain, largest telephone operator. The translation of the phrase
is GET CHIPPED.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio: Police State Poster Boy
Now happy hour ends with 'martial law'
Army could patrol UK streets
Vote-Rigging Feared in Iran Election
Amnesty attacks move to expand Guantánamo prison
Cheney 'Appalled' by Durbin's Nazi Outburst
Smoking: Blair will push for total ban.
62-year-old man dies after police subdue him with Tasers
Mexican drug commandos expand ops in 6 U.S. states
The ultra-violent, U.S.-trained elite, Mexican paramilitary commandos known as the "Zetas," responsible for hundreds of murders along the border this year, have expanded their enforcement efforts on behalf of a drug cartel by setting up trafficking routes in six U.S. states.
Trust In US Representatives Down To 17 Per Cent
Many adults in the United States are dissatisfied with the performance of their elected legislators, according a poll by Opinion Dynamics released by Fox News. Only 17 per cent of respondents believe the members of the House of Representatives and the Senate are statesmen doing a service for their country.
Classic Bait And Switch Enacted As Downing Street Memos Called Possible Hoax
The Murdoch papers release the Downing Street Memo story worldwide. Despite the fact that the British government have already admitted that the information in the documents is true (and many more which essentially say the same thing were later released), this one document was photocopied, allowing the mainstream to raise questions about its authenticity and kill the story.
CIA chief has 'excellent idea' where bin Laden is
Osama Bin Laden alive and well - Report
10 Questions for Porter Goss
Bush Says US Forced To Invade Iraq Because Of 911
Rush Limbaugh Plumbs New Depth Of Perversion; Releases Gitmo T-shirt Line
An Ad Born Every Minute: Baby Named After Popular Internet Company
More charges for man who killed doctor
FBI chiefs downplay need for terror skills
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
Schiavo Burial Provokes New Fight
The burial of Terri Schiavo's cremated remains didn't bring an end to the acrimony between her husband and her family.
Stem Cell Solution Introduced for Infertility
British scientists have reportedly succeeded in generating sperm and ovarian cells from stem cells. With this, embryonic stem cells could develop into the earliest stages of eggs and sperm.
Aborted-fetus shots used to stop aging
Human embryonic stem cells have the potential to develop into eggs and sperm in the laboratory
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