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Kucinich, Ron Paul: Get US troops out of Pakistan
Two US lawmakers — a Republican and a Democrat — proposed a bill this week demanding the withdrawal of all US troops in Pakistan, where they are conducting covert operations against militants.

16 killed in US drone attack in Pakistan
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House OK’s possible Israeli raid on Iran
Republicans in the US House of Representatives have introduced a measure that would green-light a possible Israeli bombing campaign against Iran.

Doubts surface on North Korea’s role in ship sinking
Some in South Korea dispute the official version of events: that a North Korean torpedo ripped apart the Cheonan.

Goldman Sachs Names European Banks It Paid Amid AIG’s U.S.-Funded Bailout
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. said it made payments to banks including Germany’s DZ Bank AG and Banco Santander SA of Spain for mortgage-related losses as it received U.S. taxpayer funds through theAmerican International Group Inc. bailout in 2008.

China Calls Our Bluff: “The US is Insolvent and Faces Bankruptcy as a Pure Debtor Nation but [U.S.] Rating Agencies Still Give it High Rankings”
Shadow Banking Makes a Comeback
Obama Budget Office Forecasts $1.47 Trillion Deficit This Year
Democrats mull taxes for higher earners
Financial Services Hearing July 22 2010

Claim Dems pulling climate bill is ‘a diversionary tactic’ — They still plan to merge energy bill with House climate bill in lame duck session of Congress
A headline on Thursday screamed: “Democrats pull plug on climate bill.” Don’t believe it. It’s a diversionary tactic.

13,000 Year Study Reveals Severe Weather Associated With Natural Solar & Ocean Oscillations, Not CO2

White House Emails Show More Extensive Improper Contact With Google
Recent email communication between White House Deputy Chief Technology Officer Andrew McLaughlin (in photo), who is Google’s former head of Global Public Policy, and multiple outside individuals raise new questions about the official’s alleged circumvention of federal ethics and recordkeeping rules.

Poll: Faith in Social Security system tanking
Battered by high unemployment and record home foreclosures, most Americans seem to have lost faith in another fundamental part of their personal finances: Social Security.

The SEC Launches Investigation Into The Suspicious Timing Of SEC VS Goldman Case
Wall Streeters who have wondered about the suspicious timing of the SEC’s case against Goldman ever since it was announced within moments of Obama’s big Fin Reg push will soon have an answer.

Goldman Sachs Said to Give AIG-Hedging List to Investigators
2011: The Year Of The Tax Increase
ECB’s Trichet Calls for Fiscal Tightening

CNN Anchors Call For Crackdown on Bloggers
Anchors Kyra Phillips and John Roberts discussed the “mixed blessing of the internet,” and agreed that there should be a crackdown on anonymous bloggers who disparage others on the internet.

Study: Journalists Starting To Accept The Fact That Their Print Publications Will Eventually Fold
Half of journalists think the print publications (or TV/radio stations) they work for will eventually fold.

Boehner: Some ‘anarchists’ at Tea Party events ‘want to kill all of us’
For the most part, House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-OH) defended tea partiers at a Christian Science Monitor luncheon Thursday, however, he noted that there were some “anarchists” in the movement that wanted to destroy government.

BP accused of trying to silence science on spill
The head of the American Association of Professors accused BP Friday of trying to buy the silence of scientists and academics to protect itself after the Gulf oil spill, in a BBC interview.

Deepwater Horizon alarms were switched off ‘to help workers sleep’
BP Hires Prison Labor to Clean Up Spill While Coastal Residents Struggle

‘Mental disease rising among US troops’
America’s wars on Iraq and Afghanistan are taking a toll on US soldiers, as the latest statistics show one out of every nine American soldiers leaves the army on a medical discharge due to a mental disorder.

Abandoning the Capped Oil Well: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
BP will leave the cap on the oil well while it vacates the area for a number of days to avoid the coming tropical storm.

Ocean Energy Institute Founder Says New Hurricane Will Require Gulf Evacuation

Obama’s Afghan War in Perspective
Practically everyone now understands that the war in Afghanistan is going very badly. This is not because the Taliban and other “insurgent” forces are strong and their foreign foes weak. It is because of the Afghans’ indomitable spirit of independence that is only intensified by each civilian death due to house raids or bombs.

U.S. Forces Step Up Pakistan Presence

Myth-debunking Snopes obscures Israel’s role in 9/11, officially known as the Urban Legends Reference Pages, has since its humble inception in 1995 come to be regarded as one of the most trusted debunkers of conspiracy theories on the internet.

Navy braces for Lebanese flotilla

Iran: Global awakening will end cruelty
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says a new consciousness could develop in the world, which will put an end to tyrannical powers and their injustices.

Democrats pull plug on climate bill
Senate Democrats pulled the plug on climate legislation Thursday, pushing the issue off into an uncertain future ahead of midterm elections where President Barack Obama’s party is girding for a drubbing.


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