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Surge Troops Actually Number 50,000
President Bush and his new military chiefs have been saying for nearly a month that they would "surge" an additional 21,500 troops to Iraq, in a last, grand push to quell the violence in Baghdad and in Anbar Province.
U.S. troops kept Iraqi brains in fridge as trophies
Helicopter 'crashes near Baghdad'
Coroner slams MoD over Iraq tape
George Bush Gives the Finger to the Tens of Thousands Who Have Died on His Watch
Bush Blames Iraq For Widespread Disapproval Over The Economy
Four US soldiers killed in Iraq
Report: US plans strike against Iran
The US was drawing up plans to attack sites where Iran is believed to be enriching uranium before President George W. Bush's candidacy comes to an end, the UK-based Times reported on Wednesday.
Ahmadinejad defiant on nuke program
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad launched anniversary celebrations Thursday for Iran's Islamic Revolution with a defiant promise to push ahead with the country's controversial nuclear program.
Iran seeking longer-range strike force: Jane's
Brzezinski warns of coming conflict with Iran.
All Along the Watchtower: The Firestorm of New War is Almost Upon Us
Revolutionary Guards chief says Iran's economy targeted
Iran kicks off revolution fete with nuclear defiance
Chirac Strays From Assailing a Nuclear Iran
NY Times: Afghan drug lord had dealings with US government
The article says that in the early years after the invasion, officials "mostly chose to ignore opium production and instead dealt freely with warlords, including drug traffickers who promised information about members in the Taliban and al-Qaida or offered security in the chaotic countryside."
Defiant Blair rejects quit calls
Blair quizzed a second time by cash-for-honours police
Exxon Mobil Posts Record Annual Profit
Oil giant Exxon Mobil Corp. on Thursday posted the largest annual profit by a U.S. company _ $39.5 billion _ even as earnings for the last quarter of 2006 declined 4 percent.
Stocks Jump Following Fed Rate Decision
Bush: Link Exec Salaries to Performance
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Alex welcomes the President of the Texas Eagle Forum, Cathie Adams, to discuss a recent attempt by pharmaceutical company Merck to write a Texas law that requires girls as young as 11 to receive the company's new cervical-cancer vaccine.
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Texas Requires Cancer Vaccine for Girls
Gov. Rick Perry ordered Friday that schoolgirls in Texas must be vaccinated against the sexually transmitted virus that causes cervical cancer, making Texas the first state to require the shots.
Russian shock at 'gagged' babies
Russian prosecutors are investigating allegations that hospital staff in Yekaterinburg gagged babies because they did not want to hear them crying.
China's New Regulation for TV Shows
Recently, the communist regime requested all major TV station's satellite channels to obtain preauthorization of any TV series scheduled to be shown during peak viewing hours.
Britain 'moving towards a police state'
One of Birmingham's most senior Muslims has said that Britain is “moving towards a police state”, but he appealed for his co-religionists to stay calm in the wake of the arrest of nine men in an alleged kidnap plot.
Reid accused of using raids to push through longer detention limits
Use a mobile... and lose your vehicle
Google: Disabling the Politically Incorrect
Chinese Officials Still Killing Falun Gong for Organs, Report Says
Gonzales will turn over secret wiretapping documents
Video Of Torture Master John Yoo Being Asked To Justify "Crushing Children's Testicles" Comments
German court challenges CIA over abduction
Camera Crews Threatened With Arrest for Filming Peace Demonstration
'Stop feminising our schools - our boys are suffering'
Everybody Supports the Troops
Mr. Speaker, I have never met anyone who did not support our troops. Sometimes, however, we hear accusations that someone or some group does not support the men and women serving in our armed forces. This is pure demagoguery, and it’s intellectually dishonest.
Exclusive: House Judiciary Committee will probe Bush torture, Patriot Act statements
House Judiciary Chairman John Conyers (D-MI) will be investigating all of President Bush's so-called signing statements to determine how drastically the president has misinterpreted laws passed by Congress.
MSNBC Describes Cheney as "War Criminal"
Franken saying he'll run for Senate
I Drew a Line: Pre-Snow Chemtrails in North Carolina
Bush no longer 'miserable failure;' Google defuses 'link bombs'
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Justice/Judicial Vs. America: Immigration Anarchy in Full Bloom
The agents are beginning their lengthy prison terms while the wounded illegal alien, Mexican drug smuggler given immunity by the Justice Department to testify against those agents remains free. And he's filed a $5 million lawsuit against the U.S. government.
Border Patrol Union Says Agent Is Being Railroaded for Fatal Shooting of Mexican Immigrant
National Guard Not Used Effectively
[VIDEO] The Illegal Immigration Invasion: The Line in The Sand
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.
Who Will Be The Next 9/11 Truth Superhero?
"We'll see what happens," responds cult icon and Hollywood director David Lynch to a fan who hopes his courage on going public with his doubts about the official story of 9/11 will inspire others, and especially those with high profiles, to do the same.
Cuban, Venezuelan Intel Say 911 Was An Inside job
9/11 - Who Put Thermite In The World Trade Center?
Congressman Jerrold Nadler talks about 9/11
Truth Videos Surge Into Google Top 100; Terror Storm at Number 11
The Project for a New American Citizen - Thursday, February 1st
Spy plane hunts 'terror suspects'
Police drafted in a spy plane and extra officers yesterday after it emerged that two suspected terrorists were still being sought.
[VIDEO] Boston Cartoon Promoting "Hoax Bombers" Ridicule the Fear Junkie Media
"Beheading Plot" Latest Terror Merry-Go-Round
Terrorism Fear, Arrests & Overreaction in Cartoon Movie Promotion
TV Network Takes Responsibility For 'Hoax Devices'
Al Qaeda was behind 'plot' to behead soldier
Academic turns up volume on CCTV Bill proposal
Analysis While British bobbies and Blakeys have installed more CCTV cameras than any other country in the world, the people have been "sorely lacking" regulation that watches the watchers, according to an academic paper that proposes the outline of a CCTV bill.
Watchdog attacks US swoop for bank secrets
Europe's main privacy watchdog yesterday said that the banking secrets and rights of millions of people and businesses were being abused on a massive scale by a clandestine programme giving US agencies access to the information. It accused the EU's banks and financial authorities of doing nothing to stop the breaches.
Twenty two members of House Judiciary Committee demand NSA spy docs
Surveillance of Soldiers' Blogs Sparks EFF Lawsuit
Big Brother: Watching, Listening, Shouting And Firing X-Rays
EU plans far-reaching 'genocide denial' law
People who question the official history of recent conflicts in Africa and the Balkans could be jailed for up to three years for "genocide denial", under proposed EU legislation.
Rockefeller Admitted Elite Goal Of Microchipped Population
China's Space-Weapon Test Could Endanger Astronauts and Satellites
Engineers Say Ring of Debris Is Forming in Orbit, and a Marble-Sized Piece Could be Dangerous
Chávez fires back, calls Bush a `dictator'
Hugo Chávez scoffed at President Bush's statement that the Venezuelan leader poses a threat to democracy.
Escaping North Korea: Risking All For A New Life
Fox on Iran: You Could be Nuked, oh, Tonight
Yesterday the London-based International Institute for Strategic Studies issued a report saying that Iran is 2 to 3 years away from having a nuclear weapon. Yet the image presented on Fox News today (February 1, 2007) was of nuclear bombs going off over U.S. cities tonight.
Journalist Sy Hersh has harsh words for Bush
Molly Ivins Dies of Cancer at 62
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