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9-11: Rise of the Police State
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Clinton rides on elder Bush's boat
Former President Bill Clinton joined his one-time political foe, former President George H.W. Bush, for a boat ride on the Atlantic Ocean after attending a book-signing Monday.
Clinton To Stay At Bush Senior's Kennebunkport Home
Rice wins G-8 support to isolate Syria
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 Asks for Nation's Patience on Iraq
President Bush on Tuesday appealed for the nation's patience for difficult and dangerous work ahead in Iraq, rejecting calls either for a timetable for withdrawal or sending more troops to battle the enemy.
Text of President Bush's Speech at Fort Bragg, N.C.
U.S. Military to Expand Prisons in Iraq
The U.S. military said Monday it plans to expand its prisons across Iraq to hold as many as 16,000 detainees, as the relentless insurgency shows no sign of letup one year after the transfer of sovereignty to Iraqi authorities.
Incinerating Iraqis; the napalm cover up
Suicide car bomb kills Iraqi MP
At least 12 killed in Iraq violence
The unofficial war: U.S., Britain led massive secret bombing campaign before Iraq war was declared
Bush Tries to Ease Doubts Over Iraq War
Rumsfeld Suggests US Could Be Iraq 12 More Years
From Memos, Insights Into Ally's Doubts On Iraq War
New York bans mercury in vaccines
In the US, the New York Senate last week passed that would prohibit the administration of any vaccine containing more than a trace amount of mercury to children under the age of three or pregnant women.
ABC News Killed Interviews with Robert Kennedy on Mercury in Children's Vaccines
Brain pacemaker could ease severe depression
$13 billion nuclear fusion site gets green light
Half of the World's Cotton May Be Genetically Engineered in Two Years
Go Back To Where You Came From
New Hampshire is part of a fast-spreading grassroots backlash whose message to Washington is simple: Seal the borders from illegal immigration, or we'll take matters into our own hands.
ACLU man joins Minutemen, local chapter gets suspended
Frank Corte Jr. (R-San Antonio)
Alex talks with the Texas Representative who has proposed a constitutional amendment to limit local governments' power to exercise eminent domain for purely economic reasons..
Fears over microchips developed for remote scans
MICROCHIPS carrying sensitive personal information that can be scanned by sensors from a distance could be included in the proposed national identity cards, it emerged yesterday.
Virginia Beach to Remove Red Light Cameras Friday
According to police who checked the safety performance of the devices only once before a legislative hearing, rear-end collisions at the intersection of Holland and Rosemont increased from two to three in a four month period. This result is consistent with several studies that show an increase in accidents where cameras are used.
ID Cards on Trial: Will ID cards have RFID tags?
After watching the ID card bill debate last night, it is now clear that the Government is not just ‘reacting to the international demand for biometric passports’, but creating that demand. Its Passport Agency is developing the supporting technology, and is lobbying worldwide for its adoption.
2005 Proofpoint survey finds 63% of US companies employ or plan to employ personnel to monitor employee e-mail
Smaller US companies employ people to monitor outbound e-mail at nearly the same rate as larger companies.
Secret students major in spying
Watchdog Warns Of Big Brother Style System If Plans Are Implemented
Soaring card cost headlines threaten UK ID scheme
N.Korea has one to two nukes but would still lose any war: US commander
Communist North Korea has at least one to two nuclear weapons but the United States and South Korea could still defeat it in any war, the commander of US forces in the South said Wednesday.
SKorea urges US not to provoke NKorea
South Korean Foreign Minister Ban Ki-Moon said he has urged the United States to avoid provoking North Korea at a time when hopes are high for a new round of six-party nuclear talks.
Russia Set to Build More Reactors for Iran
Russia to Continue Nuclear Cooperation With New Iranian President
Defector: China Has U.S. Spy Network
Thousands riot in China, attack police, burn cars
Thousands of Chinese rioted in a dispute sparked by a lopsided roadside brawl, set fire to cars and wounded six police officers in an outburst likely to worry communist leaders in Beijing desperate to cling on to power.
Taliban says it shot down U.S. chopper
Afghanistan's militant Muslim Taliban claimed Wednesday it was responsible for shooting down a U.S. twin-rotor CH-47 Chinook helicopter with 17 aboard.
U.S. Says Afghan Rebels May Have Downed Copter
Mexico hails rebel 'initiative'
The Mexican authorities have welcomed the Zapatista rebels' apparent plan to renounce their armed struggle and take up political action. President Vicente Fox's spokesman said there would be no legal hurdles for the rebels to join the mainstream politics.
CNOOC: Unocal Bid Not About Politics
Mexican Forces Rescue Dozens Apparently Held by Kidnappers
Italy eyes extradition of CIA-led kidnappers-source
Economy's Growth Is Better Than Expected
The economy logged a solid 3.8 percent growth rate in the first quarter of 2005, a performance that was better than previously thought and a fresh sign the expansion is on firm footing.
GDP growth revised up, beats forecasts
Robust new-home building and stronger exports helped the U.S. economy expand at a faster-than-expected 3.8 percent annual rate in the first quarter, the Commerce Department said on Wednesday as it revised its growth estimate up for a second straight time.
Oil holds over $60, market tests demand
Oil holds above $60 as demand resilient
Politicians Want Gun Buyers Checked, Not Illegal Aliens
Dozens of U.S. House members who sponsored the nationwide instant background check system for gun buyers in 1993 or backed the expansion of that system in 2002, have shown no support for a similar database intended to identify illegal aliens trying to find work in the U.S.
Government withdraws gun licences without explanation
The government has withdrawn firearm licences with immediate effect, raising suspicion that it is already working on countering an armed revolt.
Police complete security firm gun database
CRIMINALS using guns stolen from security guards have more chance of being caught following the completion by NSW Police of the cataloguing of security firms' firearms.
Re-arming DC: Senators want to pack heat in capital
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.
Corte leads charge for landowner rights
Riding a wave of anger over the ruling, 50 Texas lawmakers have lined up to support a proposed constitutional amendment authored by Rep. Frank Corte Jr., R-San Antonio, to limit local governments' power to exercise eminent domain for purely economic reasons.
Homeowners stand firm despite high-court ruling
Michael Cristofaro, one of the Connecticut homeowners on the losing end of the Supreme Court's recent decision allowing a city government to seize residents' property for a private development, says his family and the six others are not about to give up their fight.
Poetic Justice : Supreme Court justice faces boot from home?
A private developer contacted the local government in Supreme Court Justice David Souter's hometown in New Hampshire yesterday asking that the property of the judge – who voted in favor of a controversial decision allowing a city to take residents' homes for private development – be seized to make room for a new hotel.
Land Grab Begins: Cities Ready to Seize Properties
With Thursday's Supreme Court decision, Freeport officials instructed attorneys to begin preparing legal documents to seize three pieces of waterfront property along the Old Brazos River from two seafood companies for construction of an $8 million private boat marina.
Shocking New Developments In Supreme Court vs. Homeowners Case
News Media Blackout On 'Revving Bulldozers,' Intimidation And Harassment Of New London Residents
Supreme Court Rules That No One Owns Their Home
The Supreme Court ruled today that local governments may seize people's homes and businesses — even against their will — for private economic development.
Property-rights defender on Farah show
Gov. Blunt Forms Eminent Domain Task Force
Property battle heads to states
US faces prison ship allegations
The United Nations says it has learned of serious allegations that the US is secretly detaining terrorism suspects, notably on American military ships.
Russian defence minister dismisses reports Uzbek troops fired on peaceful crowd
Russian Defence Minister Sergei Ivanov slammed reports that Uzbek forces had slaughtered peaceful demonstrators in the eastern Uzbek city of Andijan last month as "absurd," after meeting Uzbek President Islam Karimov in Moscow on Wednesday.
Qur'an thrown in toilet by U.S. guards: ex-prisoner
A Muslim cleric once held at the U.S. prison camp at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, has told reporters in Moscow that fellow prisoners told him that guards desecrated the Qur'an by putting it in a toilet.
FBI snooping in libraries makes public shudder
If you know nothing else about the 342-page USA Patriot Act, you probably know about Section 215 — the controversial provision that expands the power of federal investigators to obtain library, bookstore and other records secretly.
Second UK Indymedia server seized by police before G8
Blair faces rebellion over ID card 'disaster'
UK ID cards costs go up
U.N.: Washington acknowledges torture of prisoners
Former Russian Guantanamo Prisoner to Sue U.S. for Torture Ordeal
American Psychiatric Association expresses concern about Gitmo torture
Rights Groups Detail Growing Police State
Australia 'secret police' state
'We're ready for G8' police say
White House covered up immigration study?
Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colo., wants an investigation into why a study of aliens crossing the border was discontinued by the Bush administration after initial results indicated the president's proposed "temporary worker proposal" plan encourages illegals to enter the U.S.
Senate OKs bipartisan energy bill
The Senate yesterday overwhelmingly approved an energy bill that would provide tax breaks and incentives to encourage domestic oil and natural-gas production but billions more to boost renewable energy sources, nuclear power and conservation
EPA Wants Pesticide Manufacturers To Test On Humans
Under a newly-proposed rule (that will most likely be formally adopted), the EPA would allow pesticide manufacturers to test their products on human "volunteers." The volunteers would include pregnant women and prisoners, as well as newborns and children.
FOX News Tries To Spin The Fake Applause
If you haven't heard the only applause during the Bush speech was started by a Bush staffer. When FOX News heard of this they had to spin the news so it wouldn't make Bush look like a clown.
Bloggers plead for freedom from election laws
Political bloggers on Tuesday urged federal regulators to keep the Internet as free as possible from campaign finance laws.
U.S. milk poisoning 'road map' published
The National Academy of Sciences has published a paper that gives terrorists instructions on how to poison the U.S. milk supply.
Poll shows support for Schwarzenegger fading
A majority of California voters are not inclined to re-elect Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, marking a sharp reversal of support since February, according to a Field Poll released on Wednesday.
Bush Criticized for Linking 9/11 and Iraq
Congressional critics of President Bush's stay-the-course commitment to the war in Iraq argued Wednesday that the administration lacks sufficient troops on the ground to mount a successful counterinsurgency.
Three networks delay decision about Bush Iraq talk
Lawmakers aim to repeal 22nd Amendment
Disbelief At BTK Confessions
Hollywood Can Sue Over Movie, Music Piracy
The List Of Carnivore And Eschelon Keywords
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