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State Department To Columbia University Students: DO NOT Discuss WikiLeaks On Facebook, Twitter
Talking about WikiLeaks on Facebook or Twitter could endanger your job prospects, a State Department official warned students at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs this week.

Government agencies restrict employee access to WikiLeaks
WikiLeaks website stops again; shifting to Sweden
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Senate Blocks Middle Class Tax Cut Extension, As Treasury Will Soon Need To Issue Yet More Trillions In Bonds To Fund Revenue Shortfall (Which Fed Will Monetize)
The recent passage of the middle class tax cut extension by Congress was roundly refuted by the Senate today as republicans and even some democrats voted against the proposal.

Senate blocks Obama’s tax plan

CDC and EPA caught withholding truth about toxic drinking water
A recent story from The Washington Post reveals that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) knowingly dragged their feet on releasing an important report about the dangers of contaminated drinking water supplies.

Cancun climate conference: the warmists’ last Mexican wave
If, last week, frozen behind a snowdrift, you heard a faint hysterical squeaking, it might well have been the sound of those 20,000 delegates holed up behind a wall of armed security guards in the sun-drenched Mexican holiday resort of Cancun, telling each other that the world is more threatened by runaway global warming than ever.

Jobless Recovery?: 25 Unemployment Statistics That Are Almost Too Depressing To Read
Guess what? Unemployment is up again! That’s right – even though Wall Street is swimming in cash and the Obama administration is declaring that “the recession is over”, the U.S. unemployment rate has gone even higher. So are you enjoying the jobless recovery?

Market Celebrates Just Announced Record Foodstamp Usage By Closing At 2010 Highs
Stress & Worry: American Dream is ‘to pay my rent’

Blam! Kapow! Climate Scientists in Verbal Brawl
Blam! Kapow! Smack! The bell has rung for the latest round of climate talks, but the battle continues among climate scientists too, making only one thing truly clear — the science of global warming simply isn’t settled.

US contractor bought Afghan policemen drugs, little boys, cable reveals
The Afghanistan interior minister was so concerned about an incident where DynCorp, a US contractor charged with training Afghan police, bought drugs and paid for young “dancing boys” that he asked the US embassy to work to “quash” the story, a secret US diplomatic cable released by WikiLeaks indicates.

That’s blown it: Angry boss walks through police cordon and grabs ‘bomb’ to prove it’s just bag of old clothes (and is arrested under the Terrorism Act)
A businessman has been charged under the Terrorism Act after he broke through a police cordon and tipped open two suspect packages to prove they were harmless.

Top secret American spy plane returns to Earth after seven months… but U.S. still won’t say what it was doing in space
The U.S.’s first unmanned re-entry spacecraft landed at an airfield today, seven months after it was launched.

Man Wears Speedos for Sky Harbor Security
It seems like this may be a new trend — having someone take video of you stripped down and walking through a Transportation Security Administration checkpoint so that it can be posted to YouTube.

NFL commercial makes joke of TSA selective screening

Israel Considering Attack On Syria
Syria’s fresh interference in Lebanon and its increasingly sophisticated weapons shipments to Hezbollah have alarmed American officials and prompted Israel’s military to consider a strike against a Syrian weapons depot that supplies the Lebanese militia group, U.S. and Israeli officials say.

‘Iran self-sufficient in yellow cake’
Head of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi says the Islamic Republic has achieved self-sufficiency in producing yellow cake.

NYT Still Stalking Iran
From the scary photo dominating page nine of the New York Times of Nov. 29, you can just tell from the look on Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s face, not to mention the endless ranks of military officers standing in rows behind him, that Iran is determined to build a nuclear weapon. That defiant look should be proof enough that the Iranian President is a menace to us all. Right?

Industry, government push GMO oranges as solution to pest problem
Problem, reaction, solution: that’s the name of the game in the U.S., and it’s how sweeping changes that would otherwise never happen end up coming to pass. Currently, a widespread pest problem among citrus plants known as “greening” allegedly threatens the continued existence of orange fruit production, and the only way to fix it, say some, is to genetically-alter orange trees to resist the pest.

TSA Policing Media’s Use of Scanner Images
We knew the TSA was sensitive about this whole scanner thing, but not this sensitive: This morning, SF Weekly got a phone call and a wrist-slap from the Transportation Security Administration’s press department. It turns out the TSA doesn’t like the image of body scans we used with our piece last week about how the scanners do not bombard people with an unhealthy dose of radiation.

Assange lawyer blames ‘state actor’ for cyberattacks
The lawyer for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said on Friday that a ‘state actor’ is likely to blame for massive cyber attacks on the whistleblower website after it released secret US diplomatic cables.

Paypal cuts off donations to WikiLeaks

Was John Lennon’s murderer Mark Chapman a CIA hitman? Thirty years on, there’s an extraordinary new theory
In a new book, author Phil Strongman claims that Chapman was a stooge. Lennon’s real assassin was the CIA — at the behest of Right-wing fanatics in the American political establishment.

House of Lords to be abolished and replaced by elected senate
Ministers are to unveil revolutionary plans to replace the House of Lords with a slimmed down elected ‘senate’ containing just 300 members.

Rothschild Dynasty Slams Obama; Calls for Centrist Movement in U.S.
Now “mall cop” has a whole new meaning.

Gernmany Threatened To Quit Euro In October
The German chancellor warned her country could pull out of the euro as nations wrangled over the future of the single currency, it has emerged. Angela Merkel had a row with the Greek prime minister George Papandreou at a summit in October, according to reports.

Canadian biotech company pushes USDA to approve GMO apples
Okanagan Specialty Fruits (OSF), a British Columbian biotechnology company, is petitioning the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to approve a genetically-modified (GM) variety of apple that the company says does not brown after being sliced.

 

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