Wednesday, February 10, 2010 18:21
More Lies Regarding Naked Body Scanners The announcement
of the invention of a new type of body screening machinery, that does
not show detailed naked images of the person it scans, highlights the
fact that the public was grossly misled over the scanners now in place
in airports the world over.
airport full body scanners a danger?
Since the Christmas Day bombing attempt aboard a plane over Michigan,
there has been discussion of using the “full-body” scanner.
Such scanners were rushed into operation at London’s Heathrow
Airport February 1st.
Facts Contradict Heathrow Claim That Naked Images Can't Be Printed Heathrow Airport's denial that Indian film
star Shahrukh Khan's naked body scanner images were printed and circulated
by airport staff because the devices have no capability to print or
distribute images contradicts leaked government documents that prove
the x-ray backscatter machines do have the option to store and send
images, as well as actual images of the print outs that are freely available
on the Internet. Tea
Party movement takes aim at Ron Paul
There is more than a little irony in the fact that congressman Ron Paul
is facing three primary challengers this year, all of them linked in
some way to the Tea Party movement. Gary Shilling: Higher
Government Pay Will “Likely Lead to a Tax Revolt”
14.8 million Americans are currently out of work and looking for a job,
according to a report released today by the Bureaus of Labor Statistics.
Even if you do have a job, wages have not increased substantially over
the last ten years, with one exception: government workers.
Paul Warns Of Neo-Con Takeover Of Tea Party Movement
Claims on behalf of authorities that naked body scanner images are
immediately destroyed after passengers pass through new x-ray backscatter
devices have been proven fraudulent after it was revealed that naked
images of Indian film star Shahrukh Khan were printed out and circulated
by airport staff at Heathrow in London.
Away: Conservatives Embrace War
Leading Democrats and Republicans alike agree on the need for action
against Iran. At least some liberal Democrats seem reluctant to
use military force; in contrast, many conservative Republicans are
eager to start bombing.
Debra Medina closing on Kay Bailey Hutchison
Tea party-backed candidate Debra Medina is closing on Sen. Kay Bailey
Hutchison in Texas’s Republican gubernatorial primary, increasing
the odds the race led by Gov. Rick Perry will be thrown into a runoff.