Last Updated: Monday, July 14, 2008 22:57 GMT
Media 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.

Report: Bush administration milked untruths about Tillman, Lynch during sour times
Schwarzenegger: I'll take Obama's call 'when he's president'

Treasuries Gain as Stocks Fall on Concern Bank Losses to Worsen
Treasuries gained, pushing two-year note yields down the most in more than two weeks, as stocks fell on concern that U.S. banking-system losses may be worsening.

U.S. pledge fails to lift cloud over Fannie, Freddie

Mortgage Giants' Collapse Could Herald 1930's Style Depression
Veteran London Times journalist William Rees-Mogg predicts that the collapse of U.S. mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac could herald a downturn into a 1930's style depression that threatens to sweep away democratic governments.

Dollar up as U.S. reassures on big mortgage lenders
A new American reality
Gross Likes Dollar More Than Euro for 1st Time on EU
Obama: ‘Little Doubt’ US is in Recession

Iran 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.

WeAreChange meets Chris Jericho

Venezuela's 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 oil project.

Is the Global Oil Crunch a Myth?
Gold rises near 4-month high

IndyMac 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.

Fannie Plan a `Disaster' to Rogers; Goldman Says Sell
SEC to Probe Manipulation Through False Information

Iran discovers billion-barrel oil field
IRAN says it has discovered a new oil field containing more than one billion barrels of crude.

Solana to meet with Iran's nuclear negotiator on Saturday
Ahmadinejad to attend UN assembly in NY

U.S. 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.

Three plead guilty to 'airline' terror bomb plot

I-Team: 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.

Analysts say more U.S. banks will fail
As home prices continue to decline and loan defaults mount, U.S. regulators are bracing for dozens of American banks to fail over the next year.

Major: Don't trust the official inflation rate
Scenes from the Revolution Rally

They Didn’t Attack Switzerland
Switzerland has not been in a foreign war of any kind since 1815. This would be astounding, even miraculous, for any nation.

Image and reality in Iran

Mediterranean union is launched
French President Nicolas Sarkozy has launched a new international body with 43 member nations aimed at ending conflict in the Middle East.

Curfews could be imposed on teenagers
Criminal record checks could hit over 14 million people

Steve Watson: Terror Stopped For Putting My Hand in My Pocket

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?

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