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Karl Rove Chased Out of UCSB
College Republicans and local conservatives paid for most of Rove’s 25-thousand dollar speaking fee. But more than 12-thousand dollars in mixed student fees and funds from the Associated Students reportedly help pay the rest including security costs.

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You Can Call Him Al … But Al Won’t Call You Back
Al Gore won a Nobel Prize and an Oscar for his film, An Inconvenient Truth. But in the last three months, as global warming has gone from a scientific near-certitude to the subject of satire, Gore — the public face of global warming — has been mum on the topic.

Chile earthquake: tsunami warnings trigger evacuations across Pacific
The devastating earthquake in Chile has triggered a tsunami which is radiating across the Pacific and has already caused serious damage on the islands said to have inspired Robinson Crusoe.

Senators to propose abandoning cap-and-trade
Three key senators are engaged in a radical behind-the-scenes overhaul of climate legislation, preparing to jettison the broad “cap-and-trade” approach that has defined the legislative debate for close to a decade.

Many leading scientists tell the EPA to think again

Beck’s Failure To Retract Global Warming Advocacy Provokes Online Firestorm
Glenn Beck has failed to respond to a firestorm of reaction to his comments made during a February 21st interview with USA Weekend magazine in which he completely reversed his position on climate change by revealing that he believed in man-made global warming.

Arrested Terrorist Leader Exposes Extensive CIA Connections
The leader of a Pakistan based terrorist organisation closely affiliated with Al Qaeda has detailed how his group benefited from extensive political and financial support from the CIA in return for continued attacks against the government, the people and the infrastructure of Iran.

US military spied on Planned Parenthood, civilian phone calls
United States military intelligence spied on Planned Parenthood and other domestic groups as part of US security preparations for the 2002 winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, according to a recently declassified military document obtained by a civil liberties group Thursday.

CNN Poll: Majority says government a threat to citizens’ rights
A majority of Americans think the federal government poses a threat to rights of Americans, according to a new national poll.

Google’s EU warning over Street View privacy
Google has been told by European Union data privacy regulators to warn people before it sends cameras out to take pictures for its Street View maps.

IPCC chief Rajendra Pachauri to face independent inquiry
Rajendra Pachauri, the controversial Chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is to face an international inquiry into the performance of his organisation.

AGW: It’s not about ‘the science’

Joe Biden: ‘it’s easy being Vice President, you don’t have to do anything’
White House staff are said to become nervous whenever Vice President Joe Biden finds himself in front of a microphone. That nervousness will now increase.

Cybersecurity bill to give president new emergency powers
The president would have the power to safeguard essential federal and private Web resources under draft Senate cybersecurity legislation.

Nigel Farage Returns to Alex Jones TV: Mr. Farage Puts Van Rompuy in His Place!
Alex welcomes back to the show Nigel Farage, British politician, former leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party, and member of the European Parliament for the South East. Farage faces an official reprimand by the European Parliament for criticizing its president Herman Van Rompuy on Wednesday.

IMF chief proposes new reserve currency
International Monetary Fund Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn said Friday a new reserve currency should be explored as an alternative to the U.S. dollar.

Is America Becoming A Police State?
There is a classic story about how no one had been able to capture a herd of wild hogs that was rooting up crops from numerous farms. It got so bad that rewards had been posted for anyone clever enough to corral the critters. But even this resulted in only limited success.

‘Paedophile Suspect’ For Taking Son’s Photo
A man who took a picture of his son while they were out shopping has been accused of being a paedophile and threatened with arrest.

Man who broke the Bank of England George Soros ‘at centre of hedge funds betting against crisis-hit euro’
The man who broke the Bank of England in 1992 is said to be at the centre of a plot to cash in on the demise of the euro.

Goldman role in Greek crisis probed
Financier Jim Rogers denies saying pound will collapse

Bernanke Pushes to Keep Regulation Power as Some Senators Waver
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke renewed his push to keep bank-supervision authority as some senators expressed support and others wavered.

AIG Posts Loss Tied to Rescue, Reserves; Shares Fall

Coffee Party activists say their civic brew’s a tastier choice than Tea Party’s
Furious at the tempest over the Tea Party — the scattershot citizen uprising against big government and wild spending — Annabel Park did what any American does when she feels her voice has been drowned out: She squeezed her anger into a Facebook status update.


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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