Monday, July 14, 2008 22:57
Ignores Ron Paul March For Liberty Thousands
of people marched peacefully in Washington D.C. on Saturday, to honor
Texas Congressman Ron Paul's campaign for liberty, yet the mainstream
media uniformly failed to issue a single written report on the event
in its aftermath.
condemns McCain for cigarette joke Iran has condemned U.S. Republican
presidential candidate John McCain for joking about killing Iranians
with cigarettes and said it showed his "warmongering" foreign
policy attitude, media said on Sunday.
Chavez says oil could reach $300 Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez
said on Sunday oil prices could hit $300 per barrel if U.S. oil company
Exxon Mobil again freezes Venezuelan assets in a dispute over a nationalized
depositors line up for cash after seizure Hundreds of worried IndyMac Bancorp Inc customers
descended on the company's branches on Monday to withdraw their money,
after regulators seized what was once one of the largest mortgage lenders
in the United States.
terrorism watch list tops 1 million
A U.S. watch list of terrorism suspects has passed 1 million records,
corresponding to about 400,000 people, and a leading civil rights group
said on Monday the number was far too high to be effective.
Injection Used To Subdue Prisoners
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - While the Metro police had banned the use of Tasers
for a time, they still used a controversial method to subdue unruly
people, according to an I-Team report.