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Cost Of Bailout Hits A Whopping $24 Trillion Dollars
According to the watchdog overseeing the federal government’s financial bailout program, the full exposure since 2007 amounts to a whopping $23.7 trillion dollars, or $80,000 for every American citizen.

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Republicans embrace Ron Paul on domestic policy

House probe of covert CIA program could target Cheney
In a little noticed statement Friday, the House Intelligence Subcommittee on Intelligence and Investigations announced they will begin a full investigation into charges that the CIA misled congress about a covert spy operation that had been going on for nearly 8 years before it was canceled by CIA Director Leon Panetta last month.

David Kelly’s former Iraq aide joins call for inquiry into his ’suicide’
A close confidante of Government scientist Dr David Kelly has demanded a new investigation into his death.

Britain’s terror threat downgraded
The threat of a terrorist attack in Britain has reduced from “severe” to “substantial” for the first time since the bombings of July 2005.

‘Flesh-eating robot’ is actually a vegetarian, say inventors
It sounded like something pulled straight from a grisly scene in Terminator: an unstoppable military robot that powered itself by devouring everything in its path – including trees, grass and even, according to reports, dead bodies.

Stearns Crucifies Paulson On Bailout Bait And Switch
Republican Congressman Cliff Stearns completely crucified former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson last week on everything from his bailout bait and switch to his tax dodging on $200 million in profits from Goldman Sachs. Paulson's stuttering and embarrassing attempt to respond made him look guiltier than a kid caught with his hand in the cookie jar.

Swine flu a bigger threat to Britain than terrorism, says Alan Johnson
Swine flu poses a greater threat to Britain than terrorism, Home Secretary Alan Johnson said yesterday.

Squalene: The Swine Flu Vaccine’s Dirty Little Secret Exposed
Airline passengers with swine flu symptoms will be turned away
Swine flu: British government draws up contingency plans
Kiwi Rapper Gets it Right: NZTrillion, Say No to the Vaccine

Too Many (Other) People
As a left-leaning Rutgers law professor in the early 1970s, Ruth Bader Ginsburg thought that the Roe v. Wade abortion decision was the product of “concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations we don’t want too many of,” she recalled in a recent New York Times Magazine interview.

Unite Against Hate Law Tyranny!
When Hitler and Mussolini came to power, parliamentary governments had been in place in Germany and Italy for at least a half a century.

Sen. Gregg: Force the poor to buy health insurance
New Hampshire Republican Senator Judd Gregg, who was almost President Obama’s commerce secretary, thinks he has a solution to America’s healthcare crisis.

Jimi Hendrix murder theory ‘plausible’ says ER doctor
The doctor who attempted to revive legendary guitarist Jimi Hendrix on the night he died has said it is “plausible” that he was murdered.

U.S., India expected to sign defence pact
The United States and India are expected to sign an agreement on Monday that would take a major step towards allowing the sale of sophisticated U.S. arms to the South Asian nation, three senior U.S. officials said.


Obama To Attend North American Union Meeting
President Obama will attend the controversial Security and Prosperity Partnership meeting with Mexican President Felipe Calderon and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper next month, it has been revealed.

Fiscal ruin of the Western world beckons
For a glimpse of what awaits Britain, Europe, and America as budget deficits spiral to war-time levels, look at what is happening to the Irish welfare state.

Bailout Overseer Says Banks Misused TARP Funds
Worse Than The Great Depression... Hyperinflation Is Coming! Own Gold & Silver! Real Money-Real Protection!
Many Predict US Financial Collapse in September

Exxon faces $1 billion fine for sabotaging Texas oil wells
ExxonMobil’s sabotage of some 100 Texas oil wells in the past 17 years — going so far as to plug up some wells with explosives — means the world’s largest oil company could be liable for penalties of up to $1 billion, the Texas General Land Office says.

Mumbai attacker in surprise guilty plea
The lone surviving gunman from last year’s Mumbai attacks made a surprise guilty plea on Monday, admitting his role in the three-day rampage that killed 166 and raised tensions between India and Pakistan.

Poll Shows Obama Slipping on Key Issues
Heading into a critical period in the debate over health-care reform, public approval of President Obama’s stewardship on the issue has dropped below the 50 percent threshold for the first time, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.

ID Database: Is this a joke?
We’d all like to help the police to do their job well. They, in turn, would like to have a massive database with DNA profiles from everyone who has been arrested, but not convicted of a crime.

TARP watchdog says Treasury lacking bank data
The top watchdog over the financial bailout package said the Treasury Department is rejecting "common sense" by not requiring banks receiving billions of dollars in government money to say how they are using the money.

Your Taxpayer Dollars Were Used to Torture Children
I have repeatedly written that the U.S. has tortured children as part of the war on terror.

Report: US dollars funding Israeli settlements
In contrast to Washington’s public call for a freeze on Israeli settlement activity in the West Bank, there are reports suggesting that private money coming from the US is funding the expansion.

“Obama is pure, unadulterated Evil”
RT has been to visit the black U.S. pastor James David Manning from Harlem in New York, who claims the world’s most-popular leader President Obama only got into the White House by playing on the nation’s racial guilt.

Report: CIA operatives threatened to quit over waterboarding
Two of the key designers of the Bush administration’s torture program ended up in a “tug of war” with their superiors about how far to go when coercing information out of suspects, says a new article in the Washington Post.


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