Last Updated: Wednesday, August 20, 2008 19:13 GMT
Potential Obama VP Is Pro-War, Pro-Patriot Act Neo-Con
The man who many are tipping to become Barack Obama's running mate is a pro-war, pro-patriot act, Bilderberg member who was an honorary co-chair of the neocon Committee for the Liberation of Iraq, a group that aggressively propagandized for the invasion of Iraq in 2003. Ladies and gentlemen - meet Senator Evan Bayh.

US accused of war crimes over torture methods
The use of torture by the US Government in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks in New York on September 11, 2001 has come under increasing criticism.

Man accused in deadly India bombing may be in Arizona

A U. S. national allegedly connected to a deadly bombing in India is believed to be somewhere in Arizona.

Missile strike reported in northwest Pakistan
Pakistani officials say missiles have struck a suspected militant hideout near the Afghan border, the Associated Press reports.

NKorea says war games could impede nuclear deal
North Korea Wednesday stepped up its criticism of a major US-South Korean military exercise, saying it could impede progress on an international nuclear disarmament deal.

MSNBC: Bush creating 'embryonic police state'
"Now that the Democrats were nice enough to fold up on FISA," MSNBC's Keith Olbermann said, "the issue is all contained now. Right? Not exactly."

Russia’s financial crisis of 1998 plotted by IMF
As it turns out, the default, which hit Russia ten years ago, was not merely a consequence of the ungifted economic policy of the Russian government during the second half of the 1990s.

Man arrested and locked up for five hours after taking photo of police van ignoring 'no entry' sign
When Andrew Carter saw a police van ignore no-entry signs to reverse up a one-way street to reach a chip shop, he was understandably moved to protest to the driver.

Declaring Babies Dead for Organ Harvesting
A procedure called "donation after cardiac death" is being allowed and encouraged by the federal government, organ banks, and medical doctors as a way to increase organ donations.


Medicine: DNA may decide patients' drugs
MMR fears 'increase chance of outbreak'

Russia Never Wanted a War
THE acute phase of the crisis provoked by the Georgian forces’ assault on Tskhinvali, the capital of South Ossetia, is now behind us.

Medvedev Vies With Putin in Word War
Syria: Time ripe for closer Russia military ties

Russia Never Wanted a War
THE acute phase of the crisis provoked by the Georgian forces’ assault on Tskhinvali, the capital of South Ossetia, is now behind us.

Condoleezza Rice signs missile defence deal with Poland
The deal to install a silo of 10 interceptor missiles on Poland's Baltic coast has infuriated Moscow, which has already threatened to respond, potentially with nuclear weapons.

BBC: Some residents 'furious' over NYC terror checks
'Operation Sentinel,' a project of the New York Police Department which would have every vehicle in Manhattan tracked by a series of license plate scanners, is cause for fury among some New York City residents.

NSA Security Officer: We Should Just Kill These People
When somebody within your own government calls you out, do you show up? How do you handle it?

Georgian war leaves 1492 Ossetians dead - local authorities
The total number of causalities of the Georgian – South Ossetian conflict has been revealed. According to local authorities the conflict has taken the lives of 1492 Ossetians. More than 5,000 people from South Ossetia are still in refugee camps in the south of Russia.

Georgia: Cold war map will not be redrawn
Winners, losers and jokers of Georgia war

Rice: Military power is ‘not the way to deal in the 21st century.’
Yesterday, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice sharply criticized Russia for relying on its “military power” to accomplish its goals. Ironically, she said that it “is not the way to deal in the 21st century.”

Rice and the insult to diplomacy

NYC settles with anti-war protesters
New York City has agreed to pay a $2 million settlement to protesters arrested during a 2003 rally against the Iraq war who said their civil rights had been violated, lawyers for both sides said on Tuesday.

Disgraced Former Denver Officer Hired to Work the DNC
The Democratic National Convention Committee has hired a disgraced former Denver police lieutenant, Gary Lauricella, to coordinate security at the Colorado Convention Center during the convention.

The FBI Admits It Has No Case Against Ivins
The FBI has admitted that it has no case against Ivins.



Paul Joseph Watson: Internet Censorship a Growing Cancer



Steve Watson: British Kids Encouraged To Become "Climate Cops"



Steve Watson: Terror Stopped For Putting My Hand in My Pocket



Paul Watson on the Alex Jones Show: The state wants your children.

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