Last Updated: Sunday, January 17, 2010 15:23 GMT
More Dead Afghans: Franken is “Cautiously Optimistic”
Turn them upside down and they all look alike. Democrats and Republicans that is. When Bush and the neocons ruled the roost, Democrats complained about the invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Spanish Politician Threatens to Sue FBI Over Bin Laden Makeover
In order to keep the myth alive that Osama bin Laden is out there and still a threat, the State Department released an updated a 1998 photo of the late CIA asset earlier in the week.

Haitian Man Behind Second JFK Security Breach
A busy terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport was evacuated after a man opened a restricted door and set off an alarm, authorities said, making it the second known security breach at a New York-area airport this month.

‘Find me some obviously sick children’: What PM Tony Blair told aides on hospital visit
Downing Street officials were ordered to round up ‘obviously sick children’ for a photo call on a hospital visit by Tony Blair during the 2001 General Election.

Met Office computer accused of ‘warm bias’ by BBC weatherman
A BBC weather forecaster has suggested that the Met Office’s super-computer has a ‘warm bias’ which has stopped it predicting bitterly cold spells like the one we have just endured.

Climategate goes American: NOAA, GISS and the mystery of the vanishing weather stations

Nations scrap orders for GSK swine flu jab
The British pharmaceuticals giant GlaxoSmithKline has confirmed it is in talks with several countries keen to reduce their orders of its swine flu vaccine Pandemrix.

Health Bill Can Pass Senate With 51 Votes, Van Hollen Says
Even if Democrats lose the Jan. 19 special election to pick a new Massachusetts senator, Congress may still pass a health-care overhaul by using a process called reconciliation, a top House Democrat said.

Sunstein Attacks Second Amendment
In a lecture at the University School of Law on October 27, 2007, Obama’s administrator of the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs emphatically stated that you do not have a right to own firearms.

Bloggers and news organizations must declare war on Cass Sunstein

F.D.A. Concerned About Substance in Food Packaging
In a shift of position, the Food and Drug Administration is expressing concerns about possible health risks from bisphenol-A, or BPA, a widely used component of plastic bottles and food packaging that it declared safe in 2008.

Hansen responds to John Coleman’s KUSI Special report
According to the KUSI special report page, Dr. Hansen has issued the following statement...

The horrifying moment lynch mob beats to death a looter and drags his body through the streets as Haiti descends into anarchy
A mob of men and children watch as the bloodied corpse of a suspected thief is brutally beaten by a man with a stick.

Flashback: Obama Regulation Czar Advocated Removing People’s Organs Without Explicit Consent

Cass Sunstein, President Barack Obama’s nominee to head the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA), has advocated a policy under which the government would “presume” someone has consented to having his or her organs removed for transplantation into someone else when they die unless that person has explicitly indicated that his or her organs should not be taken.

Major powers fail to agree on new Iran sanctions
Representatives of six major powers ended a meeting in New York Saturday to mull a response to Iran’s nuclear defiance without reaching agreement, a Russian official said.

Save the People of Iceland: the Official Petition
Iceland may be the first Western democracy to be forced into South-American style debt-slavery.

'Even Charles Manson could beat him now'
One year after his election, Barack Obama's approval rating is lower at this stage than for any US president since Eisenhower. So why has the optimism surrounding his victory disappeared so suddenly?

Possible peacekeeping role for US troops in Haiti
The US relief mission in Haiti remains focused on saving lives but American troops could be called on to help keep order if security deteriorates, officials said.

Haiti quake death toll may hit 200,000: Minister
Haitians Illegally in U.S. Given Protected Status

Easily Hacked Voting Systems to be Used in MA Special Election for the U.S. Senate
Next Tuesday's Special Election for the U.S. Senate seat in Massachusetts looks to be coming down to the wire. Surprising pundits in what had previously been thought to be a cakewalk for State Attorney General Martha Coakley, the Democratic candidate hoping to fill the seat of the late Senator Ted Kennedy, Republican state Senator Scott Brown has come on strong in the final days of the campaign.

Poland's Economy Is No Joke
Watching the world's leaders stumble their way through the economic crisis, it often feels as if political success and economic understanding are mutually exclusive.

National Security: The Big Fraud
The handwringing about the would-be Christmas Day airplane bomber and the politicians' tiresome declarations that it will never happen again miss the point: As long as the U.S. government pursues its imperial program of invasion, regime change, occupation, and sponsorship of corrupt governments in the Muslim world, Americans will be targets for avengers. This does not excuse the killing of innocents -- it merely points out an inevitable chain of events.


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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