Tuesday, July 27, 2010 18:28
US Expansion Of War In Middle East Imminent Iranian President Mahmoud
Ahmadinejad has stated that he believes the US, backed by Israel, is
preparing to attack two countries in the middle East within months as
part of an expansion of the 'war on terror'.
condemned by White House over war documents The White House today condemned
whistleblower Wikileaks, accusing the website of putting the lives of
US, UK and coalition troops in danger and threatening America’s
national security of the US after it posted more than 90,000 leakedUS
military documents about the war in Afghanistan.
to be spied on by foreign police
Britons face being spied on and pursued by foreign police officers even
for the most minor offences in an European agreement the Home Office
will sign up to tomorrow.
days for the warmists
Ever more risibly desperate become the efforts of the believers in global
warming to hold the line for their religion, after the battering it
was given last winter by all those scandals surrounding the UN’s
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
year America dissolved
It was 2017. Clans were governing America. The first clans organized
around local police forces. The conservatives’ war on crime
during the late 20th century and the Bush/Obama war on terror during
the first decade of the 21st century had resulted in the police
becoming militarized and unaccountable.
On the Bloated Intelligence Bureaucracy
I have often spoken about the excessive size of government, and
most recently how waste and inefficiency needs to be eliminated
from our military budget.
unveils government software
Google Inc released a special version of its Web-based productivity
software designed to meet stringent US government security requirements,
as the Internet search giant seeks to outmanoeuvre rivals in the
race to provide federal and state agencies with new technology.
Raids On Orgainc Food Stores
Some people balk at restrictions on selling unprocessed milk and
other foods. ‘How can we not have the freedom to choose what
we eat?’ one says. Regulators say the rules exist for safety