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Thousands in Germany, Italy are told they will be deploying in mid-2007
Some 8,500 soldiers from 43 units in Germany and Italy have received official word that they will be deploying to either Iraq or Afghanistan later this year, U.S. Army Europe officials announced Monday.
'Fiscally conservative' Democratic faction refuses call to end war
Republican Opposition to Iraq Plan Grows
Top military Republican to introduce own anti-surge resolution
Troops Killed By "Insurgnts" Wearing US Army Uniforms
Scores killed in Iraq bloodshed
Wired to report US unwittingly evolved superpathogen in Iraqi combat hospitals
Kristol On War Critics: ‘It's So Irresponsible That They Can't Be Quiet For Six Or Nine Months'
Bombs kill at least 78 people in Baghdad
Southern Iraqi Tribes Joining Armed Resistance.
U.S. Toll in Iraq Is 27 for Deadly Weekend
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Is this bad reporting or propaganda? Update
Earlier this morning, Reuters (and AP too) news service ran a piece citing one UK government official and an anonymous Iranian source alleging that the IAEA inspectors were thrown barred out of Iran. Now just to make clear why this is important, Saddam Hussein had allegedly done the same thing according to reports, which was not true.
U.S. warns Iran to back down
A second U.S. aircraft carrier strike group now steaming toward the Middle East is Washington's way of warning Iran to back down in its attempts to dominate the region, a top U.S. diplomat said here Tuesday.
Ex-US official: Bush would approve Iran attack
Israelis prepare public for conflict with 'genocidal' Iranian regime
Iran steeled for 'foreign threats' as war games launch
US productivity growth lowest for a decade
The US economy last year recorded its lowest rate of labour productivity growth in more than a decade, with growth in output per hour worked falling behind the EU and Japan. The fall casts further doubt on the ability of the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates as the US economy slows.
Millions could see taxes up in Bush health plan
Threat to New York as centre of finance
Beijing to diversify investment strategies
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Alex welcomes New World Order expert, traditionalist Catholicism activist, Jeopardy! winner, and the father of actor/director Mel Gibson, Hutton Gibson, to discuss his son's recent epic film and the New World Order plan for global domination
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[VIDEO] Hutton Gibson: Where Has Our Church Gone?
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Situation in Brown Tax Evasion Case Uncertain
As last week's American Free Press went to press, AFP learned that circumstances surrounding the New Hampshire couple faced with tax evasion charges were changing constantly.
[VIDEO] Tax Resister Ed Brown in His Own Words
S.Africa urged to isolate "killer" TB patients
ACLU aims to see if Nevada peace groups are under surveillance
Parliament protester's legal win
Letter to the editor earns 81-year-old Pa. man a visit from Secret Service agents
Anti-tax supporters join Plainfield fray
1994 Interview with Ed Brown: Defense Militia Builds NH Base
NI police colluded with killers
Qantas turns away passenger over terror T-shirt
Troops fire on Mogadishu protest, kill 3: witness
Guantánamo must stay open, say MPs
Lawmaker Seeks Ban on Spanking
[VIDEO] Headshot - Face to Face
Can We Achieve Peace in the Middle East?
Former President Carter's new book about the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine has raised the ire of Americans on two sides of the debate. I say “two sides” rather than “both sides,” because there is another perspective that is never discussed in American politics. That perspective is the perspective of our founding fathers, namely that America should not intervene in the internal affairs of other nations.
Suicide bomber kills 10 in Afghanistan
China Admits Anti-Satellite Test, Says Not A Threat To Anyone
Strike plunges Lebanon into chaos
Russia fulfils Iran missile deal
Opium war revealed: Major new offensive in Afghanistan
Pakistani Role Seen in Taliban Surge at Border
Chavez Blasts U.S. in Weekly Broadcast
Czechs give go-ahead for US 'son of star wars' base
Missile shield 'threatens Russia'
Pakistan 'nuclear' kidnap foiled
UN may have funded Kim Jong-il's cronies
Senator warns against arms race
Hillary ads an example of the failings of the progressive media
Colbert exposes NFL Katrina psy-op
Rep. believes Democratic media reform bill may prevent possible 'fascist' takeover of US media
Blair under pressure to name resignation date as May elections loom
Tony Blair was under pressure last night to announce the timetable for his departure before the May elections - to limit the damage to Labour from the "loans for peerages" affair.
Former spy lines up to replace Israel's leader
Senators question immigration raids against meat packer
Immigration bills spark concerns of church groups
Texas town revises rental law proposal that required landlords to check immigration status of tenants
Immigration not just a fed issue
Illegal Immigrant Charged With Sex Assault Asks to be Deported
Perry touts border security measures, outlines new goals
Mexican Gov't Blasts Killing of Migrant
Congress sneaking in amnesty for illegals
View of US's global role 'worse'
The view of the US's role in the world has deteriorated both internationally and domestically, a BBC poll suggests.
CNN: Latino Gangs Killing Blacks In L.A.
Last Night we received an even mixture of support and utter condemnation for simply reporting this issue, and writing a commentary denouncing it. Now CNN is reporting it. Once again we take the brunt of bringing you the facts first.
[VIDEO] SNL lampoons Sen. Clinton on 'Hardball'
Death Knell May Be Near for Public Election Funds
Cheney, media to take stand in Libby perjury case
Racist Mexican Gangs "Ethnic Cleansing" Blacks In L.A.
"Progressives" Whine About Hillary Bashing
Anyone but a Bush or a Clinton
Marine Corps will ask thousands to come back
Bush's 33 Percent Approval Rating Lowest Since Nixon for President Entering State of the Union Speech
Only Impeachment Can Prevent More War
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Fla. City Plans Homeless-Only Village
Hillary Ahead in Democratic Race: Poll
The Question of Carter’s Cash
Did Jimmy Carter do it for the money? That’s the question making the rounds about Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid, an anti-Israeli screed recently written by the ex-president whose Carter Center has accepted millions in Arab funding.
U.S. drafts Holocaust denial resolution
The United States has drafted a U.N. resolution condemning the denial of the Holocaust, a spokesman said Monday, a month after Iran provoked widespread anger by holding a conference casting doubt on the Nazi genocide of Jews during World War II.
Hillary Heralds 30 Year Plus Control Of America By Interlocking Crime Family
EU debating armed police to operate with impunity across borders
[VIDEO] New World Order: H.G. Wells' Fantasy
WSJ editorial falsely claimed warrantless wiretaps' legality "was not really in question"
However, aside from the August 2006 U.S. District Court ruling that the program was unconstitutional -- a ruling the editorial dismissed -- senators from both parties have criticized the administration for flouting the law.
New buses to carry surveillance cameras
The New Jersey Transit board today is expected to approve the purchase of a fleet of new buses that would include closed-circuit camera systems.
Groups seek records on warrantless mail surveillance that Bush authorized through 'signing statment'
Police sky patrol has residents feeling safe
Details Emerge About Possible Terror Threat
Mimicking the hijackers who executed the Sept. 11 attacks, insurgents reportedly tied to al Qaeda in Iraq considered using student visas to slip terrorists into the United States to orchestrate a new attack on American soil.
Al-Qaeda Run PR For Bush Before Union Speech
Two days before State of the Union and for second year running, al-Zawahiri vindicates Bush administration claim that critics of Iraq escalation are siding with America's enemies
Al-Qaeda deputy 'mocks Bush plan'
Britain open to terror suspects in EU loophole
Cell Phones As harmful as cigarettes?
MOBILE phones could turn out to be as damaging to health as cigarettes, a world expert says.
Satnav thieves using information stored to burgle owner's homes', warn police
Thieves are stealing car's satellite navigation systems so that they can use them to target people's homes in burglaries, police warned.
Ten Paragraphs for the YouTubers
Vista copy protection is defended
Creators Put Politics Into Video Games
US toxic gases push British pollution over safety limit
Climate scientists feeling the heat
Controversial Google library project grows
9/11 ballot question won't have congressional help
Vermont's two U.S. senators and one congressman are not interested in urging a new investigation into the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
Emailing Media, Legislators, etc. Re 9/11 Is Not Spam
Presidential Explorer Paul: Investigate 9/11 'cover-up'
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