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Federal Court Rules TSA Violated Law By Introducing Body Scanners
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled today that the TSA violated federal law by rolling out radiation firing body scanners in airports without soliciting public comment. The court will allow use of the scanners to continue, however.

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Greenspan: Dumb Americans Deserve Unemployment
The former boss of the Federal Reserve, Alan Greenspan, said the reason Gen-Xers are unemployed and suffering from a lower standard of living is because they are lazy, stupid, and unproductive.

Syrians mount biggest protests so far, 12 killed
Syrian security forces shot dead at least 12 protesters on Friday as hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets across the country.

Bohemian Grove: Where the Elite Meet to Eat (and Conspire)
Despite the club’s motto: “Weaving Spiders Come Not Here,” (see club emblem, above left) plenty of business, both economic and political, has been done there.

ACTIVIST VICTORY: Oak Park Drops Charges Against Julie Bass and Her Vegetable Garden
No possible jail time for Julie Bass after planting a front yard vegetable garden.

I arrest you in the name of the Earth
Julia Gillard’s green bureaucracy includes police.

Endgame Approaches In Libya With Gaddafi Set to Step Down
Endgame is approaching in Libya, with Gaddafi either set to step down or if he refuses, NATO will launch a final all out bombardment of Tripoli in a desperate bid to topple the Libyan leader.

3 Examples Of How “It’s Policy” Has Become An Excuse For Absolutely Unspeakable Acts
In the United States today, young children are taught from the moment that they first enter school that they are to blindly follow orders.

Beef Contamination Spreads in Japan as Cattle Eat Radiation-Tainted Straw
More beef from cattle in Japan that ate straw tainted by radiation has found its way into the food supply.

The Fed, the debt, Ron Paul and gold
President Obama and Vice President Biden have just had yet another meeting with top lawmakers hoping to reach an agreement about the debt ceiling.

“One of the Big US Banks Texted Me Today to Say that If QE3 Actually Happens, We Could See Gold at $5,000 and Silver at $1,000?

Even Ben Bernanke Admits that Gold Is the Ultimate Safe Haven
Bernanke himself was grilled by Congress this week on the role of gold.

Scahill: US is making enemies in Somalia
New evidence reveals the secret role of the CIA in Somalia.


Pentagon reveals 24,000 files stolen in cyber-attack
The Pentagon has disclosed that it suffered one of its largest ever losses of sensitive data in March when 24,000 files were stolen in a cyber-attack by a foreign government.

TSA failure: 25,000 airport security breaches since 2001, says report
If you think the establishment of the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) after 9/11 has really helped to make the skies safer, think again.

94-Year-Old Complains Of TSA Pat-Down

Scientists from around the world decry proposed human trials of GM wheat
Australia’s national science agency, is considering extending animal trials of a genetically-modified (GM) wheat crop.

Front Yard Gardener Faces New Charges
Despite the fact that city authorities have temporarily dropped a case against Oak Park resident Julie Bass for growing a vegetable garden in her front yard after the story received nationwide attention, Bass has now been hit with a new criminal charge for owning unlicensed dogs, clear evidence says Bass that she's the victim of a vendetta.

Obama demands debt decision as global alarm spreads
“I want to do the largest deal possible,” a well-placed Democratic official quoted Obama.

U.S. to recognize Libyan rebels as legitimate government
The United States is granting Libyan rebel leaders full diplomatic recognition as the governing authority of Libya.

NATO chief calls for more planes to bomb Libyan targets

NATO jets violate Pakistani airspace
Several NATO fighter jets have violated Pakistani airspace, making low flights into the country’s troubled tribal northwestern regions.

Gold And Silver Likely To Go Parabolic Due To ‘Global Shockwaves’ If U.S. Defaults
Gold is some 0.5% lower against the U.S. dollar and most currencies today but is higher in Australian dollars as the Aussie fell on Australian and global economic growth concerns.

U.S. Considers Asset Sale To Pay Bills If Debt Limit Is Not Raised

Manufacturing Gauge Slumps as Core Inflation Gains
Inflation at highest pace in three years.

If The U.S. Government Loses Its AAA Rating It Could Potentially Unleash Financial Hell Across The United States
Right now, the U.S. government is closer than ever to losing its AAA rating.

S & P: America Could Default Even if Debt Ceiling is Raised
plugging the major holes in our economy is more important than either cutting spending or raising taxes.

US Default Risk Jumps To Highest Since February 2010 On Debt Ceiling Worries

“Republican Candidate” Extends Lead vs. Obama to 47% to 39%
Registered voters by a significant margin now say they are more likely to vote for the “Republican Party’s candidate for president” than for President Barack Obama in the 2012 election, 47% to 39%.

US airstrike kills 8 in Yemen
US drones and fighter jets have attacked a police station in southern Yemen thought to be occupied by suspected pro al-Qaeda militants, killing eight individuals.

Debt Political Theater Diverts Attention While Americans’ Wealth is Stolen — Kucinich
Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) today spoke on the House floor about the massive transfer of wealth from the American people to the hands of the few by virtue of wars, energy policies and monetary policies.

This Is What Passes For Democracy In Greece… And America
Today’s democracy is nothing more that pseudo-authoritarian rule by an elite few, executed by legions of self-deluding freeloaders.

Endgame: New Blockbuster Movie Depicts Global Disaster Virus
Today saw the official online Warner Bros release of Steven Soderbergh’s Contagion trailer, the upcoming action/horror thriller starring Matt Damon.

Ron Paul and six other Republicans refuse to sign Family Leader pledge
Ron Paul joined six other Republican presidential candidates Thursday in refusing to sign the controversial Family Leader “marriage vow.”











 

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