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States Need To Launch Criminal Investigation Into BP, Federal Government's Role In Oil Spill
There can now be no doubt whatsoever that the BP oil spill was purposefully contrived, either through deliberate negligence or outright sabotage, and is now being used to further the Obama administration's political agenda. Criminal investigations into the government and BP's role in the disaster need to be launched by state authorities in Florida, Louisiana and Mississippi immediately, while local authorities also need to call emergency legislative sessions in order to take over emergency response efforts from the feds before the crisis gets much worse.

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Armada of U.S. and Israeli Warships Head for Iran
More than twelve U.S. and Israeli warships, including an aircraft carrier, passed through the Suez Canal on Friday and are headed for the Red Sea. “According to eyewitnesses, the U.S. battleships were the largest to have crossed the Canal in many years,” reported the London-based newspaper al-Quds al-Arabi on Saturday.

Lakers violence: Authorities release raw video of mob attacking cab, seek public’s help
Los Angeles authorites has released raw video of a mob attacking and setting fire to a taxicab after the Los Angeles Lakers victory over the Boston Celtics on Thursday night.

Obama hits golf course with Biden on another hot, humid weekend
President Barack Obama hit the golf course Saturday with Vice President Joe Biden.

Tony Hayward’s yacht trip was ‘height of arrogance’

The NRA’s Political Sellout
The National Rifle Association slipped into a Beltway backroom this week to cut a deal with Democrats on their new campaign-finance legislation.

Latest Ground Zero deal offers 9/11 workers $712.5 million
Lawyers for the city and for 10,000 plus plaintiffs, i.e., the cleanup and rescue men and women who worked Ground zero, announced on June 10 that they had negotiated a new settlement, providing more compensation for health damages and to lower legal fees for services, down from 33.33 percent to a maximum of 25 percent, as per the New York Times, one quarter of the awards still a healthy handful, about $178.5 million.

Afghan Civilians Said to Be Killed in an Airstrike
Ten civilians, including at least five women and children, were killed in NATO airstrikes in Khost Province, the provincial police chief said Saturday. Five other civilians were killed, as were two Afghan National Army soldiers and two police officials, in other violence around the country on Saturday.

Jundallah leader Rigi executed in Iran
Iran says it has executed ringleader of the Pakistan-based Jundallah terrorist group Abdolmalek Rigi arrested while preparing to launch a new round of attacks on the country.

Blackwater-connected firm gets $100m+ Afghan security contract
U.S. Training Center, an affiliate of the controversial mercenary group formerly known as Blackwater, has been given a major new contract to provide security for U.S. diplomats in two Afghan cities.

Most Americans and Europeans Support Impending Attack on Iran
Remember Hitler’s maxim that the bigger and the more outrageous the lie, the more likely the masses are to believe it? Following the results of a recent poll we once again get an object lesson demonstrating that Hitler knew what he was talking about.

Goblin Emeritus Says America’s Spending Days Are Over
If there is one person in this world who has less credibility than the Goblin in chief, Ben Bernanke, it has got to be the Goblin emeritus, or the man who spawned the monetary policy that will eventually destroy the world.

It’s All State Capitalism

Pakistan, Afghanistan begin talks about dealing with insurgents
Afghanistan and Pakistan are talking about how to make peace with insurgents fighting U.S. troops in Afghanistan, including one faction considered the coalition forces’ most lethal foe, according to Pakistani and U.S. officials.

US missile strike kills 12 in north west Pakistan

Germany and France examine ‘two-tier’ euro
Germany and France are examining ways of creating a “two-tier” euro system to separate stronger northern European countries from weaker southern states.

Spain could test the euro to its limit

US may ‘microwave’ Afghan targets
The US military may be testing a controversial weapon that focuses microwave energy with a so-called “goodbye effect” on targets in Afghanistan, a report says.

WikiLeaks Preparing to Release Video of Alleged U.S. ‘Massacre’ in Afghanistan
As the founder of the whistleblower website WikiLeaks remains underground in fear that the U.S. will detain him, the site is preparing to release a leaked video of a U.S. airstrike in Afghanistan that is said to be more shocking than the Iraqi video that sent its controversial leader into hiding.

EU budget: As crisis bites, EU grabs for power
As the debate continues over the European Commission’s proposals for “peer review” of national budgets, Marta Andreasen, the European Commission’s former chief accountant, gives her blunt opinion.

Napolitano Internet Monitoring Needed to Fight Homegrown Terrorism
FIGHTING home-grown terrorism by monitoring internet communications is a civil liberties trade-off the US government must make to beef up national security, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said.

Dozens dead, wounded in Iraq violence
Violence in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad has claimed dozens of lives and injured scores more, the country’s security officials say.

Kyrgyzstan extends state of emergency
The interim Kyrgyz government has decided to maintain the state of emergency in the country’s crisis-hit south as a precaution against a new outbreak of ethnic violence in the region.

Cost of Seizing Fannie and Freddie Surges for Taxpayers
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac took over a foreclosed home roughly every 90 seconds during the first three months of the year.

California on ‘verge of system failure’
Currency Revaluation to Be Gradual, China Says

Pentagon Snubs Leaker’s Lawyers
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange hired lawyers to represent the Army intel analyst accused of leaking State Dept. secrets. But the Pentagon sent them away. Philip Shenon reports on WikiLeaks concerns about Bradley Manning’s treatment in custody—and the video of a U.S. massacre in Afghanistan, coming as soon as next week.

Pentagon revives Rumsfeld-era domestic spying unit

U.S. govt. poisoned its own citizens during Prohibition

In a dark but little-known chapter of U.S. history, the federal government ordered the poisoning of alcohol supplies to deter and punish those who sought to flout Prohibition-era bans.

Google Newspass payment system for newspapers
According to Italian newspaper La Repubblica, Google is contacting publishers in Italy to test a micropayment system for newspapers, called Newspass.

Medvedev Pushes Ruble Reserve Currency to Cut Dollar Dominance
Russia wants the ruble to be one of the world’s reserve currencies as President Dmitry Medvedev renews his push to reduce the dollar’s dominance and make Moscow a global financial hub.

Medvedev sees chance for new world order

Lieberman Introduces Bill Targeting Internet Freedom
Senator Joe Lieberman wants to give Obama and all future installed teleprompter readers in the Oval Office the power to shut down the internet.

Progressives Want “Direct Action” and a Disarmed Public

Disaster capitalists: Halliburton to make money off oil spill
Does a company that both builds oil rigs and cleans up oil spills have any motivation to prevent oil rig disasters?

Republican candidate: Obama, BP ‘colluded’ to make oil spill happen

In desperate search for recruits, Israeli army targets foreigners
A new organisation is actively recruiting scores of non-Israeli Jews, many of them American, to serve in the Israeli army as it faces threats on multiple fronts in a region largely hostile towards it.

Kyrgyzstan Is On the Brink of Collapse
With hundreds dead and tens of thousands of refugees, ethnic violence has brought chaos to Kyrgyzstan. Central Asia policy expert Andrea Schmitz told SPIEGEL ONLINE about the history behind the attacks on the Uzbek minority and the wobbly transitional government.

Obama Ohio trip cost ‘between $500K and $1 million’; Spoke for 10 minutes
Mr. Obama spoke for just ten minutes and was on the ground in Ohio for just over an hour.

Republicans claim ‘Florida Tea Party’ is a Democratic front
Amid all the fuss over surprise Democratic Senate nominee Alvin Greene in South Carolina, a less-noticed but even more colorful uproar is brewing over certain Tea Party candidates in Florida who may not be quite what they appear — including one who could draw votes away from the Republican challenger to Democratic Congressman Alan Grayson.

Google’s Wi-Fi snoop nabbed passwords and emails
The Wi-Fi traffic collected by Google’s world-roving Street View cars included passwords and email, according to a report citing a preliminary study from the French data protection authority.


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