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Feds, Police Enforce Mandatory Blood Tests At Florida Checkpoints
In a shocking, but not unprecedented, turn of events drivers in Florida will be mandated to allow police to jab a needle in their arm and extract blood at DUI checkpoints should they refuse to submit to breath tests.

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Police demand new powers to stop and search terror suspects
Police have asked the government for a new counter-terrorism power to stop and search people without having to suspect them of involvement in crime, the Guardian has learned.

Small Knife in Lunchbox Gets N.C. Student Suspended, Charged With Weapon Possession
A standout North Carolina high school student has been suspended for the remainder of her senior year and charged with a misdemeanor for having a small paring knife in her lunchbox.

UK Winter may be coldest in 1000 years
BRITAIN’S winter is the coldest since 1683 and close to being the chilliest in nearly 1,000 years.

America Has Gone Away
Anyone who doesn’t believe that the US is an incipient fascist state needs only to consult the latest assault on civil liberty by Fox News. Instead of informing citizens, Fox News informs on citizens. Jason Ditz reports that Fox News “no longer content to simply shill for a growing police state,” turned in a grandmother to the Department of Homeland Security for making “anti-American comments.”

Ashton Kutcher Predicts Worthless Currency And Mass Panic, Recommends Getting As Hot As Possible

Society of Professional Journalists Says ‘Illegal Immigrant’ Is An ‘Offensive’ Term
The Diversity Committee of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) is undertaking an educational campaign against the term “illegal immigrant,” seeking to inform reporters that the term “illegal immigrant” is “offensive” to Latinos.

N.Korea adds more special troops, tanks: S.Korea
North Korea has added 20,000 soldiers to its feared special forces over the past two years and deployed an unspecified number of new battle tanks, South Korea’s defence ministry said Thursday.

Why focus on health freedom? Because our future is worth protecting, says Health Ranger
We’ve been covering health freedom topics with great intensity lately, and that has taken away from our typical coverage of natural cures, herbal remedies, medicinal foods and so on. Some people are asking why we’ve shifted our focus, and I want to answer those questions with clarity and determination.

Naked Wheelchair Protester Targeted by TSA Over Buttocks
A woman who hit headlines earlier this month for protesting the invasive new TSA airport security theatre by donning just a bra and panties has been targeted and prevented from flying by TSA officials who cited an “unusual contour” around her buttocks.

Internet groups fear UN could threaten cyberspace
Officials from 18 countries held an impromptu, late-night meeting earlier this month at the United Nations office in Geneva, and made a decision that rattled Internet technocrats around the world.

China preparing for armed conflict ‘in every direction’
China is preparing for conflict ‘in every direction’, the defence minister said on Wednesday in remarks that threaten to overshadow a visit to Beijing by his US counterpart next month.

Metals from copper to silver hit record highs
Copper has hit yet another record high in a strong morning for metals trading, as commodities shook off China’s efforts to halt inflation by raising interest rates on Christmas Day.

Danger of Genetically Modified Foods with Dr. OZ
For years, scientists have been cross-breeding plants and animals to create the most desirable traits for our food. For example, the Golden Delicious apple is merged with the Kid’s Orange-Red breed of apple to create the particular flavor and heartiness of the Gala apple. For over a century these practices were limited to combining the traits of organisms only within the same species.

Europe to ban hundreds of herbal remedies
Hundreds of herbal medicinal products will be banned from sale in Britain next year under what campaigners say is a “discriminatory and disproportionate” European law.

Terrorist watch list: One tip now enough to put name in database, officials say
A year after a Nigerian man allegedly tried to blow up a Detroit-bound airliner, officials say they have made it easier to add individuals’ names to a terrorist watch list and improved the government’s ability to thwart an attack in the United States.

WikiLeaks being ‘exploited to spread conspiracy theories,’ Jewish group claims
The release of thousands of US diplomatic cables by the secrets outlet WikiLeaks has unintentionally led to the proliferation of anti-Israel conspiracy theories, according to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL).

Brazil to build ‘underwater cities’ to drill for oil
Brazil’s state oil company is planning to do away with offshore oil drilling platforms and replace them with automated “underwater cities” that extract oil.

 

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