told to plan terror attack An assignment that asked West Australian high
school students to plan a terrorist attack that would kill as many innocent
people as possible was inappropriate, insensitive and disappointing,
according to the education Director General.
Amendment Violating Mobile X-Ray Scanners Hit The Streets As we warned at the beginning of the year, X-ray
body scanners currently being used and abused in airports across the
world are set to hit the streets as American Science & Engineering
reveals that "more than 500 backscatter x-ray scanners mounted
in vans that can be driven past neighboring vehicles to see their contents"
have been sold to government agencies.
Against Drug War Activist Barry Cooper Dismissed
Ector County prosecutors will not prosecute former narcotics agent turned
marijuana activist Barry N. Cooper and two others on charges filed this
summer by the Texas Rangers in connection with the December 2008 Kopbusters
the Rich pay More in Taxes?
In a CNBC debate last week, former Labor Secretary Robert Reich presented
a set of contradictory beliefs that unfortunately reflect the conventional
wisdom of modern economists.
Evening News’ Ties All-Time Low
The network newscast ratings for last week are in and “CBS Evening
News with Katie Couric” tied its all-time low in total viewers
with an average of 4.89 million tuning in during the five days.
With a Slice of Tax
Have you noticed bagel shops tacking on a few more cents to your beloved
pumpernickel and cream cheese? Blame Albany.
pulse can be used to disrupt morality in the human brain
The ability to evaluate other people’s actions as right or wrong
can be disrupted with an electromagnetic pulse to the brain, according
to a study conducted by researchers from the Massachusetts Institute
of Technology and published in the Proceedings of the National Academy
Concerned About Safety of Vaccines
Vaccinations are common requirements for children all over the country
in order to attend public school and college. However, half of American
adults (52%) say they are concerned about the safety of vaccinations
for children, including 27% who are Very Concerned.
to release CIA paper on Wednesday
WikiLeaks, the whistleblower website that infuriated the Pentagon
when it published thousands of classified military reports, said
it will release a fresh set of documents Wednesday.
Reclaims 10,000 as Stocks Pare Losses Stocks opened lower for a fifth straight
day Wednesday as disappointing reports on new home sales and durable-goods
orders stoked worries about the economic recovery.
Census Counted Everyone as Citizens The $14.5 billion US Census asked your national
origin. But it didn’t ask if you were a US citizen. An estimated
20 million illegal immigrants were counted as citizens.
McCain’s Attack On Liberty Anyone paying attention knows that John
McCain has been a Big-Government Globalist Neocon (BGGN) for virtually
his entire senatorial career.
says U.S., Israeli attack “unlikely”
A senior military adviser to Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah
Ali Khamenei said Tuesday that the United States and Israel are
unlikely to launch an attack against Iran, local satellite Press
Mack: Hypocrisy Epidemic!
The US constitution is violated daily, and the main perpetrators
are the president and top federal government officials. That is
the view of Richard Mack, a former Arizona Sheriff who is now advocating
state sovereignty as the only way to keep constitution-abiding America