Last Updated: Friday, December 10, 2010 19:26
Wikileaks Founder: Bigger Bombshells On The Way
One of the original members of Wikileaks warns that a series of bigger bombshell revelations are in the pipeline and that the growing crisis being contrived around the group and its figurehead Julian Assange is greasing the skids for the cybersecurity agenda to regulate and censor the world wide web.

Republicans Introduce Bill to Criminalize Wikileaks
Assange Lawyers Prepare for U.S. Spying Indictment

Towards Universal and Permanent Peace on Earth
War in our day is the plague that must be cured before we can truly call ourselves a species, and since war thrives today because of government deception, it can only be put to rest by an injection of truth into politics by global citizens.

Student has emergency brain surgery after ‘being beaten around the head with police truncheon’ during protest
A student was rushed to hospital for emergency brain surgery after he was allegedly hit with a police truncheon during last night’s tuition fees protest. Alfie Meadows, 20, developed bleeding on his brain when he was hit as he tried leave the ‘kettling’ area outside Westminster Abbey, his mother said.

Conyers, ACLU Claim Obama Is Furthering Bush Power Grab, Military Expansion

Clinton: TSA Policies To Be Reviewed After "Humiliating" Pat Down Of Indian Diplomat
A humiliating TSA pat down that left Indian Ambassador to the United States livid and insistent that she would never return to America has prompted Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to promise a review of TSA policies in the aftermath of a nationwide revolt against invasive airport security measures.

Report: Assange accuser flees to Middle East, may not be cooperating with police
One of the two Swedish women who have filed sex complaints against the founder of WikiLeaks has reportedly left Sweden and may no longer be cooperating with the criminal investigation.

Hackers pledge to attack online shops in protest over WikiLeaks
Glenn Beck Starts To Change His Mind On Assange & Wikileaks
Dutch police arrest teen over Wikileaks revenge attacks
Key People From Wikileaks Are Ditching “Emperor” Assange To Form A New Site
Private sector attacks on WikiLeaks set ‘scary precedent,’ corporate whistleblower declares
Conservative magazine makes the case for supporting WikiLeaks
UN Human Rights Head ‘concerned’ Over Pressure on WikiLeaks
Anonymous Running Attacks on Anti-Wikileaks Sites with Low Orbit Ion Cannon

U.S. Mint To Re-Launch Silver Bullion Coins On Friday, Warns Of Price Gouging
The U.S. Mint plans to re-launch sales of its 2010 America the Beautiful silver bullion coins on Friday after delaying the release of the five-ounce coin on Monday, it said on Thursday.

U.S. Military Spending Is Out Of Control: 12 Facts That Show That We Cannot Afford To Be The Police Of The World
Today, the United States has become the police of the world. The U.S. military has a total of over 700 military bases in 130 countries around the world. Total military spending by the U.S. government is nearly equal to the combined military spending of the rest of the globe.

Mother wins cash payout for damage her son suffered from MMR vaccine jab
A mother whose son suffered brain damage 18 years ago from the measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) vaccine has been awarded £90,000 ($140,000) in damages.

Ron Paul On Ending The Fed: The Power Of Ideas Will Prevail
Texas Congressman Ron Paul, who will take control of the House subcommittee that oversees the Federal Reserve in the new year, has re-emphasized his belief that the Federal Reserve should be abolished, but warned that turning ideas into reality takes time and effort.

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Glenn Beck Channels Alex Jones: Economic Crisis, Food Riots & Martial Law Coming
Is imitation the sincerest form of flattery? Should we be elated or alarmed that Fox News host Glenn Beck now sounds almost identical to Alex Jones? Earlier this week on his television program, Beck talked about Pentagon war games which featured National Guard soldiers training to take on protesters holding signs with the words “FOOD NOW” scrawled on them.

Pfizer Vaccine Killed 11 Children, Disabled Dozens of Others
U.S. drugmaker Pfizer hired investigators to find evidence of corruption against Nigeria’s attorney general to convince him to drop legal action against the company over a drug trial involving children, the Guardian newspaper reported, citing U.S. diplomatic cables made public by WikiLeaks.

Bolivian President Calls For “Global Climate Court”
Bolivian President Evo Morales called Thursday to save the Kyoto Protocol and to create an international climate justice tribunal.

Pentagon Papers Whistleblowers Call for a New 9/11 Investigation
The main players in releasing the Pentagon Papers were Daniel Ellsberg and Senator Mike Gravel.


Will Ron Paul Be Able To End The Fed?
Is Ron Paul finally in position to really do something about the Federal Reserve? U.S. Representative Spencer Bachus, the chairman-elect of the House Financial Services Committee, has announced that Ron Paul will chair the domestic monetary policy subcommittee starting next month.

Dems Gone Wild: ‘F*%k the President’

Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff: White House Cabinet Member Suggested Killing an American Service Man to Justify War
On Monday, former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Hugh Shelton told told Jon Stewart that a Clinton cabinet member proposed letting Saddam kill an American pilot as a pretext for war in Iraq.

‘They were lucky not to be shot’: Police chief says armed officers showed ‘enormous restraint’ as mob attacked Charles and Camilla
Met chief Sir Paul Stephenson today mounted an extraordinary defence of armed protection officers after the worst Royal security blunder in a generation.


Woman claims she was beaten up by NYPD officers over dog poop
A housewife has vowed to sue New York’s police department after two officers allegedly beat her up in a row over some dog poop – that did not even belong to her pet.

Irony alert: The unusually chilly global-warming summit
As negotiators from nearly 200 countries met in Cancun to strategize ways to keep the planet from getting hotter, the temperature in the seaside Mexican city plunged to a 100-year record low of 54° F.

Update On John Holdren’s “Ice Free Winter”

 

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