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Driver's licenses spark privacy debate

Privacy advocates warn that the new federal standards for driver's licenses will effectively create a national ID card, centralizing information that can be misused - by letting the government track the whereabouts of innocent people, for instance.

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Big Brother is Alive, Well and Watching Your Travel Habits

If you're among the millions of Americans who took airline flights in the months before the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, the FBI probably knows about it - and possibly where you stayed, whom you traveled with, what credit card you used and even whether you ordered a kosher meal.

Woman Waving From WTC North Tower Impact Hole

Imagine. According to the media/government fable, it was hot enough to soften the steel and cause the building to collapse, however, as is evident from the picture and video, it was not hot enough to singe her hair.

According to the president the biggest problem facing Social Security are... our nation's elderly.

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Japan maps plan to defend southern islands against Chinese military attack: report

Japan has mapped out a plan to defend a chain of its southernmost islands in the East China Sea against invasion amid rising security concerns about China, a press report said Sunday.

Subverting the press with propaganda on the rise

Although using misinformation or disinformation to deceive one's enemies has long been an accepted military tactic, deceiving our own news media and the American public in the process is quite another matter.
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