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9/11 Not First Example Of Media Scripting & Foreknowledge?
The BBC and other news outlets reporting the collapse of WTC 7 in advance was not the first time in history that the media had pre-empted major events by reporting them before they happened.
Zogby: Bush Approval Hits All Time Low
President Bush's job approval rating has fallen to 30 percent, once again hitting the all-time low-water mark of his presidency as Americans continue their disaffection with his leadership of the Iraq war, a new Zogby International telephone poll shows.
Bush's Director for U.S. Attorneys Mysteriously Resigns
Apologies, Anger at Walter Reed Hearing
CIA Leak Jury's Notes Suggest Confusion
Terrorist Act Will Make Giuliani President
Soros buys Halliburton
KENTUCKY FRIED HILLARY: NY SENATOR ADOPTS SOUTHERN DRAWL IN CHURCH SERVICE
Bill Maher: Better If Cheney Is Dead
Greenwald: State Department promotion sends Iran war signal
The promotion of a neoconservative to a key position at the U.S. State Department may be yet another signal of impending war with Iran
Kidnapped or Defected? Top Iranian General Disappears
The mysterious disappearance of an Iranian general in Turkey in early February has led to speculation he either was kidnapped or defected.
Iran says West may have seized ex-defense official
Western intelligence services may have kidnapped a former Iranian deputy defense minister who went missing in Turkey, Iran's police chief was quoted as saying on Tuesday.
Iran to test air defences at key nuclear site
Iranian women rights activists arrested
Attacking Iran could speed up nuclear programme
9 U.S. Soldiers Killed North of Baghdad
Nine American soldiers died in explosions north of Baghdad, the U.S. military announced Tuesday after the deadliest single day for U.S. troops in Iraq in nearly a month.
Liberal Democrats Revolt on Iraq Spending Bill
Evidence of torture found in Basra prison raid
Sects slice up Iraq as US troops 'surge' misfires
Bank's offer to illegal immigrants isn't new
When news broke that Bank of America was testing a new credit card available to customers who may be illegal immigrants, the reaction was predictably harsh.
The Illegal Alien Conquest
Of Los Angeles County
Trans-Texas Corridor, Alex Jones on Lou Dobbs
A report on Lou Dobbs Tonight about the Texas Independence Day protest against the Tran-Texas Corridor, part of the NAFTA superhighway.
Texans fear US sovereignty will disappear down superhighway
Austin protest targets toll road 'tyranny'
Alex Jones Texas Independence March (3-2-07)
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Alex welcomes Hollywood Special Effects Expert and the editor of independent news site whatreallyhappened.com to discuss a recently unearthed photo of WTC 7 that he believes reveals staged fires
Photo Suggests Building 7 Fires Staged?
What Really Happened
Captain Field McConnell
Alex welcomes Top Gun Military/Commercial Pilot Field McConnell to discuss his 9/11 cover-up discoveries and his new documentary, 9/11 Solved.
Northwest Pilot Alleges 9/11 Cover-Up
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Experts Want New Definition of Torture
Prisoners who endure poor or degrading treatment suffer much of the same long-term psychological distress as do captives who are tortured, suggests a study published Monday.
Some states put untrained cops on duty
At least 30 states let some newly hired local law enforcement officers hit the streets with a gun, a badge and little or no training.
China bans opening of new internet cafes
The state media said today that the freeze is designed to protect young people from the harmful influence of the web, but freedom-of-expression organisations say it is a fresh attempt by the Communist government to control the spread of politically sensitive information.
Are Putin's agents behind shooting?
Speculation of the involvement of Russian agents intent on silencing opponents to President Vladimir Putin's regime, wherever they may be, has increased with an attempted murder in America and an apparent suicide in Moscow.
Lieberman's 9/11 police state bill on Senate floor today
Before the Presidents' Day recess, Sen. Joe Lieberman (D-Israel) quickly and quietly pushed through his Senate Homeland Security Committee. That bill will be debated by the full Senate this week, beginning today.
State-sponsored daylight robbery
Court Orders Police to Return Medicinal Marijuana
Police launch anti-terrorism ad campaign
Homeland Security plays real reasonable on Real ID
Real ID program postponed
Denmark rioters' squat demolished
Extra police calm Danish rioting
Bye-Bye N-Word! Hello Censorship!
US pressed Germany not to issue CIA warrants: report
Russian Prosecutors Launch Probe Into Vaccine Tests on Children
White House panel OKs surveillance plans
A White House privacy board is giving its stamp of approval to two of the Bush administration's surveillance programs -- electronic eavesdropping and financial tracking -- and says they do not violate citizens' civil liberties.
Privacy board clears U.S. spy programs
Group alleges FBI abused wiretaps to spy on government officials
According to a release sent out by the group National Security Whistleblowers Coalition, government officials were illegaly wiretapped by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in order to advance a public corruption investigation.
Child fingerprinting sign of government's surveillance state
Greenspan sees 1/3 probability of U.S. recession: Bloomberg
Former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan was quoted as seeing a "one-third probability" of recession in the United States this year, according to an interview with Bloomberg.
Stock market bloodbath and Greenspan's retreat
Markets across Asia plunge
Sick people used like laboratory rats in GM trials
Genetically modified potatoes developed by Monsanto, the multinational biotech company, have been fed to sick patients in an experiment. Rats that ate similar potatoes in the research suffered reductions in the weight of their hearts and prostate glands.
Global Warming Happens Every 1500 Years
The response to my column on global warming February 5 was a balanced mix of those who believe in the “warming theory,” and those who don't. The column was headed: “Humans Prefer Warm Over Cold Climates.
Cattle Antibiotic Moves Forward Despite Fears of Human Risk
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New Police Terror Posters Encourage Stasi UK
The newest London Metropolitan Police publicity campaign posters have been released today and, as usual, encourage the public to be scared of anyone who uses a phone, carries a bag, drives a van or takes pictures with a camera because they may be terrorists.
Less than one in 20 held under anti-terror laws is charged
Less than 4 per cent of the people arrested under anti-terror laws since the September 11 attacks five years ago have been convicted of terrorist offences, it was disclosed yesterday.
UK charges less than half terror detainees
CIA Rushing Resources to Bin Laden Hunt
Armed with fresh intelligence, the CIA is moving additional man power and equipment into Pakistan in the effort to find Osama bin Laden and his deputy Ayman al Zawahri, U.S. officials say
10 False Flags that Changed the World
Northwest pilot from rural Glyndon alleges 9/11 cover-up
The Northwest Airlines pilot from rural Glyndon, Minn., said a second attack is imminent and conspirators already have aborted their plan once this year.
BUSH RECORD OF SUBSEQUENT CRIMES POINTS TO POSSIBLE ROLE IN 9/11 WTC, PENTAGON STRIKES
Courtesy of Marvin Bush
Marvin P. Bush, the president’s younger brother, was a principal in a company called Securacom that provided security for the World Trade Center, United Airlines, and Dulles International Airport. The company, Burns noted, was backed by KuwAm, a Kuwaiti-American investment firm on whose board Marvin Burns also served.
9/11 Accountability Conference: Tarpley Emphasizes the Brzezinski Warning
BBC's 9/11 Yellow Journalism Backfires
The 9/11 Solution: The big clue everybody missed
Internet Archive Authenticates BBC Video
Eyewitness & Media Accounts Of Bombs At The WTC on 9/11
911veritas' BBC video Version 2
How Did They Know?
Communist Google Propaganda Video
Full-screen this. The Chinese don't use the Internationale as their anthem, but March of the Volunteers. But more people would be familiar with the first one.
Microsoft attacks Google on copyright
More reporters embrace an advocacy role
US soldier deletes AP photographer's photos, threatens violence
Sy Hersh: Neolib Disinfo Operative?
Deadly earthquake hits Indonesia
A powerful earthquake has hit the Indonesian island of Sumatra, flattening hundreds of buildings and killing at least 70 people.
At least 82 dead in Indonesia quake
Diana and the vital questions
The Diana inquest will examine sensational claims that she was pregnant on the night she died.
Judge set to decide witnesses for Diana inquest
Hu Jintao Visits Sudan, Supports Darfur Genocide
US military defends erasing of Afghan ambush footage
The US military in Afghanistan Monday defended the erasing of media photographs and video after an incident which left up to 10 civilians dead, saying this was allowed in "extreme circumstances."
US says NKorea had secret program
US Deputy Secretary of State John Negroponte said Tuesday he is certain North Korea had a secret uranium enrichment programme to make bombs but stopped short of saying whether it still exists.
Russia capable of hitting US missile shield: general
Asian arms race fear as Beijing raises spending
Nato air strike 'kills nine civilians'
CIA blunder 'prompted Korean nuclear race'
Chavez Calls Negroponte 'Professional Killer'
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