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Minority Report: Companies Push For Ubiquitous Iris Scanning
The impending expiration of a key technology patent is paving the way for a scramble amongst scores of biometrics research and development companies, all desperate to make their own brand of iris scanning technology commonplace, effectively creating a real life Minority Report society, where everyone is linked into an identification database.

Rebranding Big Brother

Obama’s Six Hypocritical Guidelines For Peaceful Protest In Egypt
Obama felt that it was necessary to lay out the ground rules recently for the government of Egypt to obey when dealing with protesters, and for the protesters to obey while dealing with their dictatorship. Given the track record of U.S. government response to protest on American soil, this stands as one of hypocrisy’s finest achievements.

Video said to have helped trigger massive anti-Mubarak protests

V For Superbowl Victory
Activists take the V For Victory campaign to Arlington Texas and the Super Bowl, getting right back in Big Sis’ face after Homeland Security announced that they would be bringing airport-style security harassment and See Something, Say Something snitch programs to sporting arenas.

Wikileaks 9/11 Bombshell Points To Government Stand Down
Newly released Wikileaks documents concerning the activities of three Qatari men who conducted surveillance of the World Trade Center and boarded flights on the eve of the 9/11 attacks adds to the plethora of evidence that at the very least US authorities were aware of the plot and deliberately stood down.

Nothing Is Stable Anymore
The world is becoming a very unstable place, and the pace at which things are changing all around us has become absolutely mind-numbing. In fact, change has become one of the only constants in today’s world.

Wikileaks Documents Recycle Dirty Bomb Propaganda
Al-Qaida is on the verge of producing radioactive weapons after sourcing nuclear material and recruiting rogue scientists to build “dirty” bombs, according to leaked diplomatic documents.

Judge Cites Obama’s Own Words In Ruling Health Care Unconstitutional
On Monday, a federal judge in Florida ruled that Obama’s so-called health care reform legislation is unconstitutional. U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson handed down the ruling in a suit brought by 26 states.

With Obamacare ruled unconstitutional; states embrace limits on federal power
Obama administration issues hundreds of health care exemption waivers to friends

“Less Revealing” Scanners To Nothing To Allay Health Risks
The US Transportation Security Administration began rolling out new airport scanner software Tuesday that produces less revealing images of travelers.

Are MMR vaccines dangerous for children? Dr Suzanne Humphries urges parents to get informed
Are routine vaccines dangerous for children? Dr Suzanne Humphries, a practicing nephrologist (kidney physician) says the vaccine industry isn’t giving people both sides of the story, and parents need to get informed before subjecting their children to vaccines that can potentially cause serious harm or even death.

Snow job: Gore channels liberal columnist as proof of global warming fueled blizzards
Time to build another igloo, this time in Oklahoma: Al Gore finally responds to a question about global warming fueled snowstorms, and who does he cite? Clarence Page at the Chicago Tribune, not a climate scientist but someone self-described as having a scientific education commensurate with the old “Watch Mr. Wizard” TV show and a subscription to “Popular Mechanics”.

Gore’s Claim That Snowfall Is Caused By Global Warming Contradicts His Own Movie

The Father Of Weaponized Weather
In this exclusive interview for Prison subscribers, Livingston explains how for decades the US government has had the power to both lessen and increase the severity of adverse weather for their own purposes.

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U.S., U.K. Companies Help Egyptian Regime Shut Down Telecommunications and Identify Dissidents
Doing the regime’s bidding, British-based Vodafone shut down Egypt’s phone and internet service. The American company called Narus — owned by Boeing — sold Egypt the surveillance technology that helped identify dissident voices.

Internet restored in Cairo after revolt blackout

Violence Flares As Protesters, Mubarak Supporters Fight in Cairo
Opponents and supporters of President Hosni Mubarak fought with fists, stones and clubs in Cairo Wednesday in what appeared to be a move by forces loyal to the Egyptian leader to end protests calling for him to quit.

CNN’s Anderson Cooper Punched 10 Times In Head By Pro-Mubarak Mob

Global Warming Skeptics Linked With Holocaust Deniers, Labeled Violent Threat
Santer points to Morano's work as a major source of worry. "If something were to happen I would hold people like Mr. Morano personally responsible."

Revolutionary Fervor to Spread Beyond Arab States; Europe Next
When the Tunisian government toppled, the mass media and their stable of experts ­ who were blindsided by these events ­ quickly stepped in to proclaim the obvious: that citizens of other Arab nations would be emboldened to challenge autocratic and corrupt governments.

America Might Be a More Gilded Cage than Egypt … But It Is Still a Cage
Egyptian Protestors Want Mubarak Out Now, Not in Nine Months’ Time
Mubarak Says Egyptians Have to Choose Between “Chaos” and Him … Then Sends In His Thugs to Stir Up Chaos
The Protest Movement in Egypt: “Dictators” do not Dictate, They Obey Orders
40 Percent Of Egyptians Live On 2 Dollars A Day Or Less And The Global Elite Like It That Way

“People All Over The World Who Want Freedom, Somehow Or The Other Feel Connected To Other People Who Are Struggling For Freedom.”
Nobel Peace Laureate and leader of Burmese democracy movement, Aung San Suu Kyi, told the Egyptian protesters: “People all over the world who want freedom, somehow or the other feel connected to other people who are struggling for freedom.”

Here’s The Real Cost Of Food Inflation In America
Take a look at the chart we’ve constructed from the Bureau of Labor and Statistics 2009 Consumer Expenditure Survey. It conveys a sense of how Egypt’s poverty combined with the sharp rise in food prices sparked the political revolt against the Mubarek government.

US Mint Sells Absolute Record 6.4 Million Ounces Of Silver In January, 50% More Than Previous Highest Month

TSA Invades Roads & Highways With VIPR Checkpoints
The TSA has announced its intention to expand the VIPR program to include roadside inspections of commercial vehicles, setting up a network of internal checkpoints and rolling out security procedures already active in airports, bus terminals and subway stations to roads and highways across the United States.



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