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If You're a Truther, Go and See Shooter
Shooter , starring Mark Wahlberg, is the latest in a burgeoning trend of recent movies that carry a strong anti-government sentiment - the film is both political commentary and a damning expose of how the state stages black-ops in order to achieve political agendas.
National GOP Multimedia Web Page Is ... Fox News Video Clips
50% Good News Is the Bad News in Russian Radio
Time of the Death Squads
Death squads are returning to the streets of Baghdad despite the security plan for the capital launched with great fanfare by the US two months ago.
Baghdad wall sparks confusion, divisions in Iraq
A plan by U.S. soldiers to protect a Sunni enclave in Baghdad by building a wall around it descended into total confusion on Monday after Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki ordered a halt to construction.
US troops die in new Iraq attack
Nine US soldiers have been killed in a suicide bomb attack on a base north of Baghdad, military officials have said.
Democrats to push March 31 Iraq war withdrawal
Congressional Democrats, ignoring a promised veto by President George W. Bush, said on Monday they will unveil a war funding bill setting March 31 as the goal for pulling most U.S. troops out of Iraq.
Challenger 2 tank hit in roadside blast
General Petraeus: Iraqis will have to 'learn to live' with 'sensational attacks'
Bombs kill at least 25 as US defends Baghdad wall
3 Suspects Talk After Iraqi Soldiers Do Dirty Work
70 Iraqis Killed; Maliki Halts Barrier
Iraq Surge May Be Extended
Congress set to defy Bush on Iraq war
Construction on Baghdad Barrier Halted
Dutch TV Coverage Exposing 2007 Bilderberg Conference
This may well prove to be the biggest year yet for press coverage of the Bilderberg group, much to the chagrin of its secretive and overly-influential members, as evidenced by this Dutch TV piece reporting on the upcoming meeting in Istanbul.
Amero Agenda Admitted On CNBC
Gas prices rise again, but not as much
Food—More Absolute Than Death and Taxes
Pound reaches 26-year dollar high
Alex Jones presents The Order of Death, an amazing & horrifying look into the occult practices of the global elite featuring never before seen footage of the infamous Bohemian Grove.
Few Specifics Evident As Padilla Trial Nears
The trial of Jose Padilla, the "dirty bomber" whose alleged plotting was used to justify extraordinary presidential power, will get underway next month, and the prosecution's case is rich in atmospherics.
Sweeping Forced Abortions Used in Regime's Birth Control Enforcement
Poison: KGB men to face Litvinenko murder charges
The CIA and the Lockerbie Bomb
Professor Fired Over Va. Tech Discussion
An adjunct professor was fired after leading a classroom discussion about the Virginia Tech shootings in which he pointed a marker at some students and said "pow."
ABC News: VT Killer 'Purchased Ammo' on Ebay... But Ebay Doesn't SELL Ammunition!
ABC News tries its hand at sensationalism with a story on the VT killer buying "ammo" on the auction site Ebay, but muffs it badly getting all the relevant facts wrong. But it sure is a good headline... Ammo from eBay? VT Killer May Have Used Site
Thought Police Arrest Student Over VA Tech Remarks
Gunman Caused More Than 100 Wounds
Jackie Mason Video Blog on Gun Control
Jackie discusses gun control, providing sound reasoning as to why gun control in the US does not save lives or prevent gun crime in any way shape or form.
Who should be allowed to carry guns and who Not
Terrorists Are Easy to Spot
The Australian blokes on The Chaser's War on Everything, who were last seen around these parts trying to fly as Al Kyder and Terry Wrist, decided to test what happen when an American tourist films a bridge and a nuclear facility, and what happens when a man in a beard and a dishdasha. The predictable, but still illuminating results
German minister sparks row over anti-terror measures
New Labour, New Britain Taking liberties with our liberties
Tony Blair has not heeded the advice of Tacitus. The great historian warned that "the more numerous the laws, the more corrupt the state." In the past decade, the Labour Government has pumped out 3,000 new laws - one for every day in power.
Russia's former president Yeltsin dies
Iranian Hostage Sailor Drunkenly Mocks Ordeal
Blair set to end ten year reign as British PM on May 9th
Is the US Already at War With Iran?
US, Russia clash over missile shield for Europe
Russia to build eight nuclear submarines by 2017
Russia Launches Latest Generation Nuclear Submarine
Power politics: Cold War Two
San Francisco Mayor Vows to Make City A Sanctuary for Illegal Immigrants
Mayor Gavin Newsom vowed Sunday to maintain San Francisco as a sanctuary for immigrants and do everything he can to discourage federal authorities from conducting immigration raids.
Memo From Mexico
Rally Against Illegal Immigration Scheduled
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The Mystery Of The 9/11 Car Bombs
A much underreported aspect of the 9/11 attacks is one that concerns transmissions, sightings, reports and statements alluding to multiple mysterious suspects in different vans packed with explosives that were stopped and detained in New York while the towers were burning and in the aftermath of the attacks.
John Kerry: Building 7 Was Deliberately Demolished
9/11 First Responders To Be On "The View" This Wednesday, 4/25
TerrorStorm Now Available on NetFlix
Chertoff in Washington Post admits 9/11 truth has gone mainstream
'Impeachment rallies' scheduled across US for Saturday
People will call for the impeachment of President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney at over 100 actions planned across the country on Saturday, April 28.
Fellow Ranger Ordered to Conceal Truth About Tillman's Death
An Army Ranger who was with Pat Tillman when he died by friendly fire said Tuesday he was told by a higher-up to conceal that information from Tillman's family.
Hip-hop's Simmons: Remove offensive words
Bush Sr.: 'Bush fatigue' may be setting in
And it may be the reason his son, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, is sitting out the 2008 presidential election, the 41st president said.
NASA gunman: police blame work grudge
Senators heap criticism on Gonzales over prosecutors flap
Company works to allay fears about nerve agent waste disposal
Scanners keep students under China college's thumb
A Chinese college has introduced fingerprint scanners to stop students playing truant, the China Daily said on Tuesday, but not everyone is pleased about it.
Texas Senate waves through cell phone wiretapping bill
Surveillance Cameras include embedded video analytics.
RFID chips exposing users to danger
RFID Sensor System Promoted for Highway Safety
A New Twist on Snooping at Wal-Mart
'Envirocrime' Snoops Paid to Sift Through Your Garbage
Forget robot rights, experts say, use them for public safety
Scientists have criticised a government report which advocated a debate on granting rights to super-intelligent robots in the future as "a distraction". They say the public should instead be consulted over the use of robots by the military and police, as carers for the elderly and as sex toys.
Are we safe from robots that can think for themselves?
Robots that can think for themselves could soon be caring for our children and the elderly and policing our streets, say experts.
Children under three 'should not watch TV'
Children under three should see no television and it should be severely rationed for older youngsters, an expert told MPs yesterday. Parents should restrict them to a recommended daily allowance, said Dr Aric Sigman.
Crow calls for limit on toilet paper
Danger on the airwaves: Is the Wi-Fi revolution a health time bomb?
Obesity down in sugar-free schools : Swedish study
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