Thursday, January 8, 2009 20:19
Admit "Security Force" To Operate Inside U.S.
Following Northcom's denial that U.S. Army combat teams would be used
to deal with "civil unrest" after the announcement that thousands
of active duty military personnel were being moved inside the United
States, an Army.com report now concedes that more than 400 Marines assigned
to one unit includes a "security force" that would operate
within the homeland.
official: Gaza is now a ‘concentration camp’ THE Gaza Strip has been
turned into a “concentration camp” by two weeks of Israeli
bombardments, said a senior Vatican official. Cardinal Renato Martino,
the Vatican's justice and peace minister, was quoted by the online Italian
daily Il Sussidiario.
Leaders Call For New Global Order
The leaders of Germany and France along with former British Prime
Minister Tony Blair have all called for a new global order in the
wake of the financial crisis. The three made the tandem appeal at
a conference in Paris on the future of capitalism.
cop shooting protests escalate, turn violent Angry protests turned to rioting in response to the January
1st shooting of an unarmed man at a subway station in California’s
Bay Area. Police made over 100 arrests, after cars were vandalized,
store windows were smashed, and fires blazed out of control on the
Fearless Forecast for 2009:Continued ‘No Warming”–Nor
So here we have them: Obama’s three - Chu, John Holdren, and
Jane Lubchenco. All with sterling credentials - a Nobel laureate
in physics, a recent president of the AAAS, a recent head of the
International Council of Scientific Unions - but with minimal knowledge
of climate science.
Order Could Keep Public From Hearing Details of 9/11 Trials The military judge overseeing
proceedings against five of the men accused of planning the Sept.
11, 2001, attacks signed an order designed to protect classified
information that is so broad it could prevent public scrutiny of
the most important trial at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, according to lawyers
and human rights groups.