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Police State
Mainstream Media Frenzy over the "First" Implantation of the VeriChip Subdermal Microchip ID
A barrage of media attention has surrounded Applied Digital Solutions, the Palm Beach company that makes the chips, including appearances on national network TV news and talk shows, cable investor programs and local and national newspaper write-ups.

Family Gets Computer Chips Implanted for Medical Information
Notice How All of This Coverage Is Positive. How Absolutely Wonderful -- an Embedded Microchip! And Affordable Too! Get Yours Today!

Read Loving Mom Leslie Jacobs' Glowing Propaganda -- She Is Sooo Thrilled Her Entire Family Will Be Microchipped
Family chipper about its microchip implants

Md. Police Blamed in Man's Death
Maryland's chief medical examiner has ruled that a man who died in the custody of Prince George's County police was the victim of a homicide - the third such ruling since 1999

Teen: Rape was in cop car
Affidavit outlines accusations against Sacramento officer.

Top-Secret Hi-Tech Big Brother Security Center to Open
A new, highly secretive facility to monitor terrorist threats and coordinate responses will become operational in the next few weeks, connecting for the first time nearly all federal agencies with state and city authorities using state-of-the-art technology

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New World Order

Child sex book given out at U.N. summit
A UNICEF-funded book being passed out at the United Nations Child Summit encourages children to engage in sexual activities with other minors and with homosexuals and animals

U.S., Europe clash at child summit
European leaders at the United Nations Child Summit yesterday accused the U.S. delegation of being "intransigent" on hot-button cultural issues.

EU preparing for its 1st police mission
The EU has sent a team of people to Bosnia to make the necessary preparations for the European Union Police Mission (EUPM) set to take over the UN International Police Task Force from January 1 2003.

US News
Helder Flashing the Satanic Sign of the Illuminati
Bush Flashing the Satanic Sign of the Illuminati
Police: Suspect planned smiley face bomb pattern
Accused mailbox bomber Lucas Helder told authorities he was planting pipe bombs in a pattern to show a happy face during his five-state weekend spree.

Ongoing Herald coverage of the case of Rilya Wilson
Rilya Wilson is a 5-year-old girl who has been missing since Fl state child-welfare workers lost track of her 16 months ago

FL: Jeb's DCF figures don't tell whole story
Questioned about the agency's failure to find 5-year-old Rilya, the governor defended his administration's overall record on child protection.

Fast passage of virtual child porn bill urged
House Republican leaders are pushing for fast action on a child-pornography bill that would circumvent the Supreme Court's decision allowing computer simulations of children having sex.

ACLU Sues La. Over Teaching Sex Abstinence
In the first legal challenge to federally funded programs that teach sexual abstinence, the American Civil Liberties Union plans to file suit today against the state of Louisiana for allegedly using tax dollars to promote religion.

Republican's bill targets ban on pulpit politicking
Rep. Walter B. Jones Jr. says his bill to eliminate a 48-year-old ban on political endorsements from the pulpit is an issue of free speech.

Dan Quayle Praises The Ozbornes
Oh Yeah, That's One Model Family

Quayle: Osbournes Have Family Values
A decade after criticizing television's Murphy Brown, former Vice President Dan Quayle has found a sitcom star whose family values he can applaud: Ozzy Osbourne

Employee Says Beliefs Prompted Firing
AT&T Broadband worker Albert Buonanno claims he was fired for declining to sign an employee handbook that demanded he "value" a person's sexual orientation. Now, the communications giant is facing a lawsuit. "They told me I had to either sign it or be gone," he said.

National Security
FBI Spy Robert Hanssen Gets Life Sentence
A federal judge in Virginia sentenced former FBI agent Robert Philip Hanssen to life in prison without chance of parole Friday for being a Moscow spy.
9-11 Security Lapses

FAA Probed, Cleared Sept. 11 Hijacker in Early 2001
Federal aviation authorities were alerted in early 2001 that an Arizona flight school believed one of the eventual Sept. 11 hijackers lacked the English and flying skills necessary for the commercial pilot's license he already held, flight school and government

FBI Cites Inadequacies Over Terrorist Warning
The FBI's failure to follow up on an agent's pre-Sept. 11 warning about Islamic militants attending U.S. flight schools highlights inadequacies in the bureau's counter-terrorism efforts

Prior Knowledge and the Cover-up

Graham: 9/11 study hindered
The Justice Department and CIA are not being fully cooperative with Congress' investigation into how the terrorists who carried out the Sept. 11 attacks escaped detection

9/11 inquiry delayed as staff chief is ousted in CIA dispute
According to several government officials, the leaders of the joint House-Senate panel forced Snider to resign after they learned that he had hired a CIA officer who was the subject of a counterintelligence investigation.

Chemical/Biological Threats and the Anthrax Scare
Anthrax attack bug "identical" to army strain
The DNA sequence of the anthrax sent through the US mail in 2001 has been revealed and confirms suspicions that the bacteria originally came from a US military laboratory.

Anthrax From Florida Attack Genetically Distinct
The differences clearly distinguish the Bacillus anthracis bacteria used in the Florida attack from a closely related strain used in Britain's biological weapons research program.

Anthrax detected at the Federal Reserve
Anthrax spores have been detected at a facility handling mail for the US Federal Reserve.


Report: IBM to Lay Off Up to 8,000
IBM Inc. plans to lay off as many as 8,000 workers, or 2.5 percent of its worldwide staff, as the leading computer maker battles a slump in technology spending

AOL Bonds Reduced to Just Above Junk
Investors say they are skeptical because AOL has missed earnings targets, has too much debt, lacks a plan to move 34 million America Online subscribers to high-speed Internet access...

U.S. Wholesale Prices Fall in April
The Producer Price Index, a closely watched wholesale inflation gauge, fell 0.2 percent last month after a 1.0 percent surge in March, the Labor Department said.

Chief Bush Advisor Defends Major Donations to Democrats
President Bush's chief media adviser from the 2000 campaign infuriated top Republicans and White House officials yesterday with news that he made hefty contributions to the Democratic nominee for Senate in Texas and two other Texas Democrats running for statewide office this fall
The War on Terrorism/Al-Qaeda

Booming business: smuggling Al Qaeda to Pakistan
Fugitive Al Qaeda and Taliban fighters know it: Pakistan is their new haven. The young smugglers here say their best customers of late are the armed militants whom they can charge 10 times more than refugees or drug runners.

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World News

Bethlehem church standoff ends
A 5-week-long violent impasse at a Bethlehem church ended Friday morning as Palestinian militants exited the Church of the Nativity, believed to be the site of Jesus' birthplace.

Iran defends nukes
Iranian military forces recently moved additional air defense missiles to a key nuclear facility in what U.S. intelligence officials view as a sign Tehran is preparing for an attack.

How Kaiser Bill planned to invade United States
Kaiser Wilhelm II, the last German emperor, drew up plans to send an amphibious force of 100,000 troops to attack New York and Boston at the end of the 19th century, according to a military archive.

German archive reveals kaiser's plan to invade America
It was planned down to the last detail. Sixty German ships laden with tens of thousands of troops were to arrive at various points on the US Atlantic seaboard

Animal activist 'meticulously planned killing' of Dutch Pim
An animal rights activist charged yesterday with the murder of the Dutch political leader Pim Fortuyn had a long-running grudge against a pig farmer who was a keen supporter of the anti-immigration politician.

Portion of U.S. Aid to Colombia Disappears
The United States has partially suspended aid for Colombia's war on drugs after a "significant amount of money" destined for the anti-narcotics police disappeared

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Immigration, Mexico, and the Border

U.S. Will Step Up Oversight of Student Visa Program
Immigration: The federal crackdown on foreigners will require schools to monitor their activities.

Texas farmers plan blockade of bridges
To protest Mexico's withholding of promised H2O

Bill: Don't pay an illegal worker, pay a fine
Counteracting the U.S. Supreme Court, a coalition of labor and civil rights groups is pushing state legislation that would fine employers who short undocumented workers on their pay.

Science & Technology

Italy cloning guru says babies on their way
Severino Antinori called himself the "cultural and scientific co-ordinator" of the top secret cloning projects, and said one of the pregnancies was in the 10th week, one in the seventh and one in the sixth.

Road-Eating Bugs, Biocatalysts That Breakdown Plastics and Fuel-- Just Some of the Non-Lethal Weapons the US Has Tried to Develop
Bugs that eat roads and buildings. Biocatalysts that break down fuel and plastics. Devices that stealthily corrode aluminium and other metals. These are just a few of the non-lethal weapons that the US has tried to develop, or is trying to develop.

Bionic Retina Gives Six Patients Partial Sight
Thanks to an artificial silicon retina, the six patients, many of whom were virtually blind, are rediscovering simple gifts of the sighted: the flight of a flock of geese, the pattern on a well-worn tablecloth, the face of a loved one.

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Russia, China, Cuba, North Korea

Falun Gong hijack TV in second Chinese city
Defiant members of the banned Falun Gong spiritual group hijacked the airwaves of a second northeastern Chinese city in April to show footage protesting a government crackdown on their faith

Japan-China spat over North Koreans
Japan has summoned China's ambassador to Tokyo after Chinese police reportedly forcibly removed two North Korean asylum seekers from a Japanese consulate in north-east China.

Second Amendment

USA Today: Gun laws don't reduce crime
Too often calls for ''reasonable'' gun control or ''sensible'' gun-safety laws ignore that such legislation can actually result in increased crime. Guns are used defensively about 2 million times a year, according to national surveys. Physically weaker victims (women and the elderly) and those most likely to be victims of crime (particularly poor blacks) benefit the most from owning a gun

Terrorists Prefer 'Gun-Free' Zones
If anti-gun zealots could get their arguments straight, they might realize that misconceived "gun-free" policies are just as enticing to hijackers on airplanes as to armed robbers in the inner cities.

Last-minute effort to save gun bill fails
Supporters vowing to return next year with a more radical conceal-carry plan


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