Last Updated: Saturday, January 23, 2010 15:00 GMT
UN climate change expert: there could be more errors in report
The Indian head of the UN climate change panel defended his position yesterday even as further errors were identified in the panel’s assessment of Himalayan glaciers.

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C.I.A. Deaths Prompt Surge in U.S. Drone Strikes
Since the suicide bombing that took the lives of seven Americans in Afghanistan on Dec. 30, the Central Intelligence Agency has struck back against militants in Pakistan with the most intensive series of missile strikes from drone aircraft since the covert program began.

Ex-Malaysian premier still says 9/11 inside job
Malaysia’s Mahathir Mohamad has once again stated that the September 11 attacks were a staged event, rejecting claims that his comments are a publicity stunt.

Pentagon backtracks after Gates ‘admits’ Blackwater operating in Pakistan

The Pentagon has gone into damage control mode after Defense Secretary Robert Gates appeared to confirm that security contractor Blackwater is operating in Pakistan.

TARP overseer: The banks ‘will own all of us’ without reform
The head of the Congressional Oversight Panel created in 2008 to oversee the TARP bank bailout says that President Obama’s proposal on Thursday to limit both the size of the major banks and the risks in which they can engage is “very important.”

Bernanke’s Bid for a Second Term at the Fed Hits Resistance

President Obama: My agenda has run into a ‘buzz saw’
With Democrats still reeling from a stinging setback in the Senate, President Barack Obama told a crowd here Friday that his health care plan has “run into a bit of a buzz saw” but that he’ll continue to fight.

NASA Global Warming Alarmist Endorses Book That Calls For Mass Genocide
Prominent NASA global warming alarmist Dr. James Hansen has endorsed an eco-fascist book that calls for cities to be razed to the ground, industrial civilization to be destroyed and genocidal population reduction measures to be implemented in the name of preventing climate change.

Justice task force recommends about 50 Guantanamo detainees be held indefinitely
A Justice Department-led task force has concluded that nearly 50 of the 196 detainees at the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, should be held indefinitely without trial under the laws of war, according to Obama administration officials.

Banks already finding ways around Obama financial reforms
On the same day that President Barack Obama announced an ambitious plan to reform the US financial system, bankers at the largest Wall Street institutions indicated that they are already finding ways around the proposed changes.

Stocks, Commodities Fall on Obama, China; Emerging Markets Drop

TSA worker plants white powder baggie on traveller as a joke
These days, joking about anything illegal while in an airport security line will likely land you in a holding cell, and might even result in criminal charges. But this column from the Philadelphia Inquirer has some wondering whether that rule applies to TSA employees themselves.

Airport Scanner Staff object to vetting
Security staff at Heathrow airport are reportedly furious at the suggestion that any of them would ever use pics taken from the new body scanners for lewd or lascivious purposes.

Gordon Brown to push for ‘Tobin tax’ after Wall Street crackdown
Gordon Brown plans to exploit Barack Obama’s surprise crackdown on Wall Street banks to step up Britain’s campaign for a new global transaction tax on financial products.

APD Releases Official Explanation of Gun Shows Shut Down
An APD News press release dated January 19, 2010, offers an official explanation of the actions taken by the Austin Police and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) to ensure the shut down of Texas Gun Shows in central Texas.

‘Papers please’ for reporter at Texas capitol shooting investigation
Like other reporters in the Austin-area, the Infowars team was immediately sent to the Texas Capitol building on news that a man, identified as Fausto Cardenas, had started shooting for no apparent reason.

A Very American Coup
Here’s a bit of cheery news: Last week, Secretary of Defense Robert Gates met with the nation’s top defense company executives, including the CEOs of those mega-military-industrial combines Lockheed Martin and Boeing, and called for a “closer partnership.”

CCTV in the sky: police plan to use military-style spy drones
Police in the UK are planning to use unmanned spy drones, controversially deployed in Afghanistan, for the ­”routine” monitoring of antisocial motorists, ­protesters, agricultural thieves and fly-tippers, in a significant expansion of covert state surveillance.

UK Terror Threat Level Raised To Severe

Tax and Spend: U.N.’s Rx for New World Medical Order
A member of a World Health Organization (WHO) panel of experts that is pondering new global taxes on e-mails, alcohol, tobacco, airline travel and consumer bank transactions, has charged that she was given only selective information at group meetings, that deliberations were rushed and that group was “manipulated” by the international pharmaceuticals industry.

Ron Paul Warns Of Coming "Social And Political Chaos"
Congressman Ron Paul has delivered a riveting "State of The Republic" address, orating his thoughts on where the U.S. stands as a nation and what the future holds.

Ron Paul “Nothing Has Changed!

NSA beats warrantless wiretap rap
A Federal judge has dismissed a complaint against the National Security Agency’s (NSA) Bush-era warrantless wiretapping programme, prompting suggestions the US government is now able to mount mass surveillance operations unhindered by the courts or constitution.

Why Is The US Military Occupying Four Airports In Haiti?
The United States is now operating at four airports to ferry aid and relief supplies to quake-devastated Haiti, a senior US military commander said Thursday.

Putin warns against despotism, chaos in Russia
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin on Friday warned against the dangers of totalitarianism and despotism but said Russia must not adopt a similar political system to its neighbour Ukraine.

Senator urges security review after Capitol shooting
State Sen. Dan Patrick called for a review of security policies after a 24-year-old Houston man allegedly fired several shots while standing on the Texas Capitol’s south steps Thursday, apparently moments after visiting the lawmaker’s office.

Labour ‘broadband tax’ to hit three million offline homes
Plans by Labour to introduce a ‘broadband tax’ will affect three million households who have no intention of using the internet.

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CIA Involvement In Iran 

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North Korea Nuclear Circus

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