Last Updated: Sunday, December 27, 2009 14:28 GMT
Bomber Had No Passport, Helped To Board Plane By Sharp-Dressed Man
A passenger who boarded Northwest Airlines Flight 253 in Amsterdam with attempted plane bomber Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab says the would-be terrorist had no passport and was aided by a sharp-dressed man who claimed Mutallab was a Sudanese refugee, just one of a plethora of startling inconsistencies surrounding an incident that has led to ramped up security and increased levels of harassment in airports.

Airport Tyranny Ramped Up After Staged Plane Bombing Attempt
Foiled Terrorist Bombing in Detroit: An Excuse to Expand the Bogus War On Terror
Why was he ever allowed to fly? Syringe bomber had been barred from Britain, was on a terror list and even his father had warned U.S.
Wealthy, quiet, unassuming: the Christmas Day bomb suspect
Security tightened for U.S.-bound air passengers
Airline bomber suspect ‘defended Taliban’
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How China Might Buy More Gold Than America Owns
China has a long way to go before coming anywhere near America’s gold reserves.

ShadowStats.com Founder John Williams Explains the Risk of Hyperinflation

Photographers issue plea to end ‘hostile’ public searches under anti-terror laws
More than 350 photographers have issued a joint plea to end the “hostile” and “humiliating” use of anti-terror laws to prevent them taking pictures in public.

Telecom firms’ fury at plan for ‘Stasi’ checks on every phone call and email

Plane Passenger: ‘Terrifying; Thought We Weren’t Going to Make It’
Flight 253 with 278 passengers aboard was 20 minutes from the airport in Detroit when passengers heard popping noises, witnesses said. A Nigerian man who said he was an agent for al-Qaida tried to blow up the plane Friday, officials said.

Searches in London after Nigerian suspect’s arrest
Passengers thwart attack
Passenger: Terror suspect seemed ’stunned’
Taliban planned to use Americans in Pakistan attacks

Al Neuharth: Health care deals enough to make you sick
If the Senate version of the health care bill becomes law, some of the political bargains made may make you feel sick. If so, you might want to move to Nebraska.

An Old Failed Prediction of Global Warming
In 1976 Stephen Schneider published a book called The Genesis Strategy. It is about how near term cooling of the earth’s climate would cause famines around the world. Schneider, at that time the Deputy Head of the Climate Project ant NCAR, proposed storing food to avoid mass starvation.

New climate pact will be ‘firmer’ against defaulters: Pachauri
Nearly two thirds of the continental USA gets a white Christmas
Just 16 Ships Expel as Much Pollution as All the Cars in the World
Christmas storm sweeps across America

Kucinich: Obama should fire generals who spoke out on Afghan surge
Congressman Dennis Kucinich says President Barack Obama ought to fire the generals who publicly aired their views on the war in Afghanistan during this fall’s deliberations on a troop surge.

Tehran police shoot dead four protesters, reports say
At least four people were reported dead today after Iranian security forces opened fire on opposition protesters who took to the streets in Tehran for a religious ceremony.

Senate health reform bill would increase costs, reduce quality
Senate Democrats have managed a compromise on a health care bill that is a fraud on the American public, which is increasingly leery about a government-run health care option.

Insist that GOP Make Repeal of Government-Run Health Care a 2010 Issue

877 new snowfall records set or tied in the USA in the last week
And that’s not all, for the week ending Dec 13th, there were 815 new snowfall records set. December 2009 is shaping up to be quite the snowmaker.

No statistically significant warming since 1995: a quick mathematical proof

How Can Conservatives Support Sanctions Against Iran?
Many have decried the fact that the so-called “liberal left” has abandoned its anti-war stance and thrown its support behind President Obama’s intent to impose sanctions upon Iran.

Princeton Economist and Computer Scientists Show that Derivatives Are Inherently Vulnerable to Fraud
As I have previously noted, credit default swaps are destabilizing for the economy. See this. And the models used to evaluate financial instruments – such as the Gaussian copula formula for CDOs – are inherently flawed.

Brace For Impact: In 2010, Demand For US Fixed Income Has To Increase Elevenfold… Or Else
‘871 Billion’ Reasons to Buy Gold: Strategists

Russia: No proof of military N-plans in Iran
As Western powers batten down the hatches and prepare sanctions against Tehran, a senior Russian official says there still is no proof of an Iranian nuclear weapons program.

Is requiring health insurance even legal?
Republican Sen. John Ensign has inserted a complicated legal question into the health-care debate: Can the federal government require Americans to buy health insurance?

Tea Party Purge — A Cause Without a Rebel
The Tea Party movement has reconnected the cooperation between conservatives and libertarians that harks back to their mutual opposition to FDR’s big government days.

Software fraudster ‘fooled CIA’ into terror alert
A con man fooled US spooks into grounding international flights by selling them “technology” to decode al-Qaeda messages hidden in TV broadcasts, it’s claimed.


Another Phony Bin Laden Tape


Holdren's Eugenicist Nightmare


CIA Involvement In Iran 


Nazi Roots Of The European Union


North Korea Nuclear Circus


Police State UK


Neo-Con Attack On Jesse Ventura

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