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Dozens killed in Baghdad bombings
Giuliani praises Bush's Iraq policy, foresight
U.S.-led forces show evidence of Iranian arms in Iraq
Civilian Contractor Killed By US Forces In Iraq
CIA analysts 'disagreed with more than 50%' of Pentagon team's 'controversial' Iraq WMD findings
Iraq Qaeda group posts video of U.S. copter downing
Hillary Clinton faces tough questions over Iraq
Hillary : I didn't vote for 'pre-emptive war'
New commander, new plan in Iraq
Giuliani offers his views on war in state visit
Target Iran US able to strike in the spring
Despite denials, Pentagon plans for possible attack on nuclear sites are well advanced
Newsweek: Hidden war with Iran; Will it 'blowup?'
Iran Attack: Once Again, the New York Times Serves as Propaganda Tool
Recall, back in May of 2004, a superficially contrite New York Times editorial staff admitting it published “questionable” information about claims of Iraqi weapons of mass destruction, information that ultimately paved the way for the slaughter of 650,000 Iraqis.
Neocon Iranian Mortar Ruse Fizzles
“America today blamed Iran for the deaths of 170 US troops inside Iraq, accusing Teheran of supplying insurgents with increasingly sophisticated bombs,” reports the neocon-infested UK Telegraph , a trusty propaganda tool.
Will They Nuke Iran?
Iran Dossier: More Brothers Grimm Nonsense
Iran says wants to stay within nuclear rules
Israel and Iran – and the Bush Administration
We pose no threat to Israel, says Iran
Target Tehran: Washington sets stage for a new confrontation
'NYT' Reporter Who Got Iraqi WMDs Wrong Now Highlights Iran Claims
Defense officials: Weapons sent to Iraq from 'highest level' of Iran's government
Deadliest Bomb in Iraq Is Made by Iran, U.S. Says
Iranian envoy: Nuclear program no threat to Israel
Envoys push Darfur peace process
2 stoned to death on resort island
Russian Police Detain Suspected Killers of Reporter Politkovskaya
REAGAN TO REPLACE SOVIET STATUE IN FORMER BLOC NATION
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.
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Terrorism expert and scholar Webster Tarpley joins Alex to discuss his radio talkshow on the Genesis Communications Network.
Talking Toilets To Tell Us Right From Wrong
Government thinks we need to be kept in line by urinal cakes
Talking Urinal Cakes Offer Drinking And Driving Advice
New Mexico has ordered 500 talking urinal cakes that will deliver a recorded anti-DWI message to bar and restaurant patrons who make one last pit stop before getting behind the wheel.
How Long Before "Community Service" Is Mandatory?
What's the most annoying phone call you can receive? Cellphone pitches? You could have won $50,000 - phone this number to find out? Wrong. The most annoying and intrusive interruption to your day is from so-called charitable organizations who use psychological bullying in an attempt to make you their indentured slave.
Hate Crimes Legislation Back
On Jan. 5, liberal Rep. Sheila Jackson-Lee (DTexas) reintroduced so-called “hate crimes” legislation in Congress. The bill is numbered H.R. 254. “Hate” crimes laws—the brainchild of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) of B'nai B'rith—are found in states and locales across America, but this new measure in Congress would enact a federal hate crime statute.
No ID card? No entrance
By the end of the month, any student wishing to enter Trenton Central High School must carry an identification card with a special bar code.
Criminals Control the Executive Branch
Soviets Razed Churches
Corrupt officers damage Met, says report
States craft HPV vaccine bills
Angry German tourist drops pants at airport X-ray machine
A 66-year-old German tourist, annoyed by stringent security at Manila's airport, dropped his pants before walking through an X-ray machine, newspapers said Monday.
The tiny airline spy that spots bombers in the blink of an eye
Chertoff: RFID program to be abandoned
Senator Introduces Bill to Criminalize Human Microchipping
An experiment that hints we are wrong on climate change
Nigel Calder, former editor of New Scientist, says the orthodoxy must be challenged
Czech president derogates UN global-warming panel
Cosmic rays blamed for global warming
Man-made climate change may be happening at a far slower rate than has been claimed, according to controversial new research.
Intel teraflop chip on board
Brown joins the Pope to launch child vaccination plan
Fake bloggers soon to be ‘named and shamed'
Hotels, restaurants and online shops that post glowing reviews about themselves under false identities could face criminal prosecution under new rules that come into force next year.
[VIDEO] Olbermann on FOX News' Murdoch's Admission of Bias
Chris Matthews: U.S. Wants A Little Bit of Fascism
Australian Leader: Al-Qaida Wants Obama
Australia's conservative prime minister slammed Barack Obama on Sunday over his opposition to the Iraq war, a day after the first-term U.S. senator announced his intention to run for the White House in 2008.
Kristol: Obama Is ‘The Opposite Of Lincoln,' Would Have Been Pro-Slavery
Paraplegic allegedly 'dumped' on skid row
Al-Qaeda Suspects Color White House Debate Over Iran
Last week, the CIA sent an urgent report to President Bush's National Security Council: Iranian authorities had arrested two al-Qaeda operatives traveling through Iran on their way from Pakistan to Iraq.
[VIDEO] They Say... A Few Inspired Words on the "War on Terrorism"
Neo-Con Talks Show Host Yearns For Terror Attack to Silence Dissent
Animal rights groups deny sending letter bombs as police release pictures
US to test anti-nuclear terror devices in New York
US hits back after Putin tirade
The United States and Russia were locked in a bitter war of words yesterday as officials reacted furiously to a speech by Vladimir Putin that represented the most ferocious attack on US policy by a Russian leader since the Cold War.
Gates Responds to Putin Remarks
Defense Secretary Robert Gates used both humor and pointed remarks Sunday to parry the sharply anti-American speech given here the day before by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
No deal yet on NKorea nuke talks: Japanese envoy
Putin: US pushes nations to want nukes
Helmand 'seeing insurgent surge'
Defense secretary: One Cold War 'quite enough'
Accord elusive at North Korea nuclear talks
9/11 Widows Keep on Asking the Tough Questions
When it comes to 9/11, America right now is divided between two camps, those who trust the official account of the attacks, and those who, well, have questions.
[VIDEO] Empire Of Oil: The Hidden History Of 9/11
BBC explores 9/11 conspiracy
WTC rescuers at pay phone hear loud explosions
9/11 Truth: NOVA's "Pancake Theory" Simulation Debunked
BBC To air 9/11: The Conspiracy Files Program Sunday 18 February, 9pm
NYPD Officer Heard Building 7 Bombs
An explosion of disbelief - fresh doubts over 9-11
EU May Make Harming Environment a Crime
Prison sentences for picking wild flowers under EU green laws
Dangerous Trends: Global-New Age Politics
Smuggler War: Fighting Over Alien ("Brown Gold") Cargo
Commander Dan Wells, GITEM: It's becoming increasingly more difficult for human smugglers to get their loads across the border. So, many of the smuggling organizations have turned to hijacking human loads that have already made it across the border.
Reconquista Returns: Jose Jacques Medina in D.C. to demand amnesty
Bush Plays More Word Games With Immigration
Nasdaq fails in $7.7bn offer for LSE
G7 warns markets against yen-shrinking bets
No Plan to Replace Bill With Dollar Coin
Cisco shifts top brass from Silicon Valley to India
Toyota Reports Record Quarterly Profit
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