Tuesday, July 8, 2008 0:20
Right to free speech not guaranteed online Americans are accustomed to taking their free speech rights
for granted and assume that is the case on the Internet as well. However,
with major websites owned by corporations whose primary concern may
be to limit controversial content or meet the guidelines set by other
nations, even United States citizens may find their Constitutional guarantees
do not apply online.
Count Celeste Zappala was speaking from the heart when she told
a group of antiwar demonstrators at Philadelphia's Independence Mall
Saturday that she was grateful no American troops had been killed during
the past week in Iraq.
More Mexicans leaving U.S.
under duress Two hours were enough for José Luis Sánchez
and his family to pack their most valuable belongings in two vans –
items accumulated in 10 years of living in the Dallas area.
Israel and U.S. won't dare attack Iran Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Monday
said his country would not stop enriching uranium, as demanded by the
international community, and charged that Israel and the United States
were too scared to attack.
Intervention will not stop dollar's slide The US Federal Reserve last week took a step closer
to acknowledging reality. Unfortunately, it didn't let that admission
move it from a policy course firmly guided by fantasy.
Hunkering down in Afghanistan, watching 'NATO bleed to death
on the Afghan plains' Afghanistan was supposed to be the "good
war"; a "just response" to the attacks of September 11.
It was supposed to bring Bin Laden to justice and quash the threat of
terrorism where it originated. Ninety-five percent of the American people
supported the invasion of Afghanistan. Now less than half think the
U.S. will prevail.
Paul Watson on the Alex Jones Show: The
state wants your children.
Truth Rising: Sneak Peek
Ireland Says No to the EU: Lisbon Treaty Dead and Buried?
Global Warming Scam and the Bilderberg Post-Industrial Revolution