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9-11: Rise of the Police State
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Clinton Advisor David Gergen,
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G8 'still sells arms to regimes'
Countries from the G8 group of wealthy nations have been accused of continuing to sell arms to regimes using them to abuse human rights. The claim comes in a report published by the Control Arms Campaign - a group made up of organisations including Oxfam and Amnesty International.
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.
Bush Faces Decision on Bolton Nomination
Guantanamo Contract With Halliburton Made During Cheney's Tenure; Spawned Secret Detention Camps Worldwide
A contract awarded to a Halliburton subsidiary in June 2000 while Vice President Dick Cheney was still at the helm of the firm spawned the detention centers at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba...
U.S. was big spender in days before Iraq handover
The United States handed out nearly $20 billion of Iraq's funds, with a rush to spend billions in the final days before transferring power to the Iraqis nearly a year ago, a report said on Tuesday.
Democrats Press Bush Harder On Iraq
Congressional Democrats, after months of sporadic and often tepid critiques of the administration's handling of the Iraq war, are sharpening their criticisms and demanding that President Bush say more about the mission's difficulties and his plans for surmounting them.
House agrees to spend more for Iraq war
The House of Representatives voted to advance the Pentagon another $45 billion for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan on Monday as it passed a $409 billion defense spending bill.
What Is Bush's Agenda in Iraq?
For what purpose has President Bush sent 1,741 U.S. soldiers to be killed in action in Iraq (as of June 19, 2005)? For what purpose have 15,000-38,000 U.S. troops been wounded, many so seriously that they are maimed for life? Why has the U.S. government thrown away $300 billion in an illegal and pointless war that cannot be won?
Horrified' US Ambassador Warns of Iraq Civil War
The new US ambassador to Iraq expressed horror at the violence wracking the country and said Islamic extremists and Saddam Hussein loyalists are trying to start a civil war.
WMD claims were 'totally implausible'
Iraqi Security Tactics Evoke the Hussein Era
U.S. spending on Iraq may soon surpass Korean War budget
Is worst yet to come in Iraq?
Captive Saddam misses Ronald Reagan, magazine says
Leading Egyptian Government Daily Al-Akhbar: "Al-Zarqawi is an American Agent"
ACLU man joins Minutemen, local chapter gets suspended
The American Civil Liberties Union may fight for those holding unpopular beliefs and taking controversial stands, but the ACLU of New Mexico suspended an entire chapter of the organization because a member of the board of directors is leading the state's Minuteman group.
Illegal immigrants worked at nuclear weapons facility
Sixteen illegal immigrants last year worked on construction at one of the most sensitive weapons sites in the country, according to a report issued Monday by the Department of Energy's inspector general.
Minutemen head to Texas
Oil prices above $59 after supply dips
Oil prices traded above $59 a barrel on Wednesday after the U.S. government released data showing a decline in crude inventories but a build in gasoline and distillate fuel supplies.
Senate allows U.S. to sue OPEC for oil price-fixing
The U.S. Senate voted on Tuesday to allow the U.S. government to sue the OPEC oil cartel on antitrust grounds in an outcry against crude oil prices that are fast approaching the $60 a barrel mark.
TeenScreen sets up shop In Illinois
A controversial plan to screen all Illinois school children for mental health disorders is set to become a reality on June 30, if the governor accepts the final proposal from the Illinois Children's Mental Health Partnership (ICMHP).
Despite Ban, Feds Collected Airline Passenger Data
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.
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The US war with Iran has already begun
Americans, along with the rest of the world, are starting to wake up to the uncomfortable fact that President George Bush not only lied to them about the weapons of mass destruction in Iraq (the ostensible excuse for the March 2003 invasion and occupation of that country by US forces), but also about the very process that led to war.
S.Korea urges North to return to nuclear talks
South Korea urged North Korea at high-level talks on Wednesday to return to six-party negotiations on the communist country's nuclear program next month.
China says US concerns over military cooperation with Israel 'groundless'
India completes hat-trick of surface-to-air missile tests
South Korea upset about US criticism of North Korea
US spy plane crashes in SW Asia
The crash occurred at 2330 GMT on Tuesday, when the pilot was returning to base after completing a mission in support of US forces in Afghanistan. A military spokesman said the location of the crash would not be released because of "host nation sensitivity".
Israel resumes targeted killings
In the past, Israeli air strikes have deliberately targeted and killed numerous Palestinian militants, including two leaders of the larger Hamas group.
Bombing in Afghanistan wounds four US troops and interpreter
Taiwan ship joins island dispute
Japan Dreams of Robot Moon Base in 2025
Japan wants to help build a lunar base and populate it with advanced versions of today's humanoid robots by around 2025, according to the head of the nation's space agency.
Drinking Water Contaminants
Researcher: 'Killer Bees' May Spread Throughout Fla.
'Menstruating' boy stuns doctors
Team Working on Birth Control for Men
Some Politics May Be Etched in the Genes
China Says Flu Medicine Not for Birds
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
Police plea to keep more suspects’ DNA
SENIOR Scottish police officers have asked for new powers to store the DNA and fingerprints of people who have been arrested, but are innocent of any crime, prompting fears that the public's rights are under threat.
Treating children as young as 4 for bipolar disorder
A report in The Wall Street Journal... [indicates] that close to 20,000 US children are being diagnosed with bi-polar disorder, a condition that had, until recently been very rare according to responsible child psychiatrists.
Social Security Opened Its Files for 9/11 Inquiry
The Social Security Administration has relaxed its privacy restrictions and searched thousands of its files at the request of the F.B.I. as part of terrorism investigations since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, newly disclosed records and interviews show.
Police taser handcuffed suspect
A man who fired three shots was pursued by town officers and sheriff's deputies, and subdued with a taser gun Sunday afternoon. An eyewitness, who wishes to remain anonymous, said the use of force on 31-year-old Roy McMillen of Payson seemed excessive.
Richmond debates whether to declare state of emergency
Stunned by a spate of unsolved slayings, the city debated into the morning Wednesday about whether to declare a state of emergency, a move that could lead to additional police patrols and surveillance cameras in troubled neighborhoods.
Boston Couple Evicted for Smoking in Apartment
In one of the first cases of its kind in the nation, a jury has decided a Boston couple should be evicted for smoking in the $2,500-a-month, one-bedroom apartment where they lived and worked.
Pastor faces 8 years in jail
An Uzbekistan pastor facing up to eight years in prison for leading an unregistered church is asking for the prayers of fellow Christian believers in the West, says the Voice of the Martyrs, an organization fighting for the persecuted church around the world.
Bush Rejects Detainee Abuse Commission
The White House on Tuesday rejected the proposed creation of an independent commission to investigate abuses of detainees held at the U.S. military prison camp at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and elsewhere.
Schuylkill a toll road?
FBI trawls libraries for terrorist readers
Tasers vs. Pepper Spray: "Hit me, I'll tell you which is worse"
Survey: Nuclear attack chance 70 percent
More than 80 arms experts have concluded the risk of an attack with a nuclear weapon somewhere in the world is 70 percent in the next decade.
Building 7 "Pull It" Comment: Silverstein Responds
For a year and a half since this website first gave traction to the story, the Internet and talk radio has buzzed with speculation on what Larry Silverstein meant when he admitted on a September 2002 PBS documentary, 'America Rebuilds' that he and the NYFD decided to 'pull' WTC 7 on the day of the attack.
U.S. Borders Vulnerable, Witnesses Say
The federal government's efforts to prevent terrorists from smuggling a nuclear weapon into the United States are so poorly managed and reliant on ineffective equipment that the nation remains extremely vulnerable to a catastrophic attack, scientists and a government auditor warned a House committee on Tuesday.
Sen. Durbin Apologizes for Gitmo Remarks
Under fire from Republicans and some fellow Democrats, Sen. Dick Durbin apologized Tuesday for comparing American interrogators at the Guantanamo Bay prison camp to Nazis and other historically infamous figures.
Schwarzenegger's Approval Ratings Still Sliding
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's call for a special election and a new advertising campaign to promote his agenda have failed to arrest his slide in popularity, according to a new statewide poll.
Clinton, McCain 'Gorillas' of 2008 Race
If you want to be the next president, it's time to start running unless your name is Hillary Rodham Clinton or John McCain. They can wait. And wait, as front-runners tend to do.
Democrats Call for Firing of Broadcast Chairman
Sixteen Democratic senators called on President Bush to remove Kenneth Y. Tomlinson as head of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting because of their concerns that he is injecting partisan politics into public radio and television.
Rhetoric Takes Nasty Turn in Congress
A Republican accuses Democrats of demonizing Christians. A Democrat talks of Nazis in connection with the treatment of terror suspects. Both sides cry foul, and apologies are hard to come by.
3-Year Federal Study of 9/11 Urges Safer Skyscraper Rules
After an exhaustive, three-year study of the collapse of the World Trade Center, a federal panel will call for major changes in the planning, construction and operation of skyscrapers to help people survive not only terrorist attacks but also accidental or natural calamities, according to officials and draft documents.
Mexican drug commandos expand ops in 6 U.S. states
Trust In US Representatives Down To 17 Per Cent
Classic Bait And Switch Enacted As Downing Street Memos Called Possible Hoax
Bill would require ID marks on all bullets
The controversial bill sponsored by Attorney General Bill Lockyer would make California the first political entity in the world to require that all handgun ammunition sold or owned in the state be stamped with a tiny mark — a string of numbers, a bar code, anything that uniquely identifies the box it came from.
Panic button couldn’t protect woman
Port-Louis took the appropriate measures: She made copies of the threats, filed charges with police and got a panic button to press in case of emergency. But neither her efforts nor those of police were enough to stop Fann from pulling out a gun and shooting Port-Louis in the driveway of her New Cassel home, and then calling her mother and threatening to do the same to her and police if they tried to arrest him, police said.
EU, U.S. rally help for Iraq, urge Sunni inclusion
The United States and the European Union rallied world help for Iraq on Wednesday and urged Baghdad to ensure minority Sunnis help shape its future.
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