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Police State

Training and Indoctrinating the Children for the Police State
Billed as one of the nation's first "homeland security training summer camps for teenagers," a program called Secure Corps in Bucks County is drilling 92 young men and women

Russia's Been Training Children to Be Members of the Secret Police for a Long Time...We're Just Catching up...
"Army Camp Keeps Boys In Shape"

Your Grocery List Could Spark a Terror Probe
As John Ashcroft's Citizens Corps spy program prepares for its debut next month, it seems scores of American companies have already become willing snitches.

MA House OKs bill on terrorism
More than 10 months after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the state House of Representatives yesterday passed its first terrorism crime bill, a measure that would make it illegal in Massachusetts to make a terrorist threat over the Internet, to possess chemical, biological, or radiological weapons, to carry a knife or a gun into a secure area of an airport, or to use ''hoax substances'' such as fake anthrax.

FL: Troopers Stop Halting Drivers at Unconstitutional Traffic Stops
The Florida Highway Patrol has put the brakes on using off-duty troopers to flag unwitting motorists off Interstate 4

General: U.S. Military Doesn't Want Police Power
Members of the US Marine Corps Were Kicking Down Gun Dealers' Doors in 1989. All of this is theater, preparing you for military on the streets. Military forces deployed against the population do not stop terrorists, but they do control the people.

Dissent of Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney to H.R. 4547, The Costs of War Against Terrorism Act
In another ironic twist, the War on Terrorism has the potential to bring the US military into American life as never before.

Volunteer snoops coming to an ISP near you?
Congress has been working on legislation to create a militia composed of 'technology experts' who will manage the telecommunications infrastructure in times of national emergency

Soldiers, not cops
The suggestion now floating around Washington that the Posse Comitatus Act be relaxed to give the military a domestic law-enforcement role - should not get much time on anyone's agenda. It counters core American beliefs and presents the potential for problems, and dangers, this country does not need.

Women File Suit Against Rikers' Strip-Search Policy
A group of female suspects held at Rikers Island on misdemeanor charges have filed a class action lawsuit claiming they were strip searched in violation of their constitutional rights

Injured teens intend to sue police officer
A police corporal was charged with two counts of aggravated assault by a public servant last month after two men accused him of hitting them with his baton so hard that they had to have stitches in their heads

Storm Lake, IA: Police Push for Access to All Pregnancy Records
"As far as the protection of people's privacy is concerned, Havens says, "privacy is not an absolute right." "The law is that if the rights of society are greater, are weightier, then those rights should prevail."

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New World Order

EU Ups Family Planning Cash for UN Forced Abortion Population Fund
The European Commission on Wednesday said EU member states had approved a 32 million euro reproductive health program for developing countries in partnership with the UN Population Fund (UNFPA).

US News

A move to protect wild salmon disappoints property-rights advocates
A fish you can buy on store shelves, with a record run of 1.5 million in one Washington river alone last year -- what's next? Fireants are endangered?

Biotech firms worry about red tape in antiterror laws
The same anti-terror laws will also require an estimated 190,000 industrial and academic laboratories nationwide to fill out a new form declaring whether they're working with any of 60 infectious agents ranging from botulism to lumpy skin virus.

The Economy

States Raid Rainy Day Funds
States have used up two-thirds of their cash on hand and their rainy-day funds trying to cope with budget crises, legislative leaders from across the country said Wednesday as they called for government help

National Security and the Military

Fighter plane's laser may blind civilians
American defense contractors are developing a laser weapon for fighter aircraft that may be powerful enough to blind people on the ground, even if they are relatively far from the target


Leadership, and the Qualities of a True Christian Conservative

Ashcroft's Terrorism Policies Dismay Some Conservatives
They cite his anti-terrorist positions as enhancing the kind of government power that they instinctively oppose. "His religious base is now quite troubled by what he's done," said Grover Norquist, a conservative strategist and president of Americans for Tax Reform.

The "War on Terror" and the Terrorists

US Getting Ready to Expand Cuban Prison for Terror Suspects
The Pentagon has accepted bids and expects to award a contract in the next several days for construction of some 200 more cells at the facility it calls Camp Delta

World News

New Archbishop of Canterbury Embraces Pagan Roots
The man expected to be the new Archbishop of Canterbury will be inducted as a druid in a 200-year-old ceremony with pagan roots in Wales next month

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Immigration, Mexico, and the Border

The National Council of the Race (That's Like Saying the Council of White People) Wants Our Borders Wide Open. They Claim to Represent All Hispanics. There Are 6 Billion People on the Planet and They All Want into the US.
Hispanic Group Assails INS Enforcement Plan--La Raza Says Fla. Pact Stirs Immigrant Fears

Florida Department of Law Enforcement cross-training 35 police officers to also serve as INS agents
While Florida law enforcement officials spearhead a pilot program designating officers to also serve as INS agents, all eyes are on the Sunshine State in anticipation of what could become the national model for domestic security

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Science,Technology and Health

A Girl or Boy, You Pick
embryo screening is raising some profound questions

S.Korea Investigating Firm's Baby Cloning Claims
South Korea said on Thursday it was investigating a U.S.-based firm run by a UFO-inspired spiritual sect which claims it has implanted a cloned embryo in a Korean woman

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Russia, China, Cuba, North Korea

US Congress votes to lift travel, remittance curbs on Cuba
The House of Representatives has voted to lift restrictions on travel and the remittance of funds to Cuba, as well as curbs on trade in food and medicine with the Communist-ruled island

Second Amendment

F.O.P. Calls for Concealed Carry -- for Cops Only
This would enable off-duty and retired law enforcement officers to carry their firearms, even when traveling outside their home jurisdiction.

Senate Considering Bill to Arm Off-Duty and Retired Cops
The Senate Judiciary Committee is now considering legislation that would let off-duty and retired law enforcement officers carry weapons when they leave their local jurisdictions, even when they cross state lines.

Mineta reverses stand on armed-pilot issue
Transportation chief orders study of 'lethal weapons' in cockpits

GAO: Destroying gun records after one day would be boon for criminals
Congressional investigators say shortening the time the government keeps firearm records could make it easier for criminals to get guns.

Gun ownership falls to record low in Scotland
The number of firearms officially in circulation in Scotland fell to the lowest level ever recorded last year, according to official figures.

What happened to Million Mom chapter?
"Without our votes, without our consent, the chapter ceased to exist. People paid memberships. What happened to our dues?"

Key Senator Opposed to Arming Pilots
Sen. Ernest Hollings ( news, bio, voting record), head of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee, said that instead of guns, pilots should be prohibited from opening cockpit doors in flight.


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