Friday, Jun 17, 2011 20:44 BST
State Officials Groped By TSA As “Punishment” As the resurrected TSA anti-groping bill cleared the House
Committee on Criminal Jurisprudence, and gathered enough support to
pass both chambers, Texas state officials have recounted disturbing
stories that highlight how the TSA is using forceful pat-downs as a
form of “punishment” to those who opt out of the full body
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‘ignore’ button: Congress has a say?
The U.S. President is under fire from Congress over the military campaign
in Libya, which is continuing despite not having the approval of lawmakers.
on Libyan TV pledges to defeat NATO
Miserable? Index Says the Worst in 28 Years
When it comes to measuring the combination of unemployment and inflation,
it doesn’t get much more miserable than this.
Want Permanent Occupation of Iraq
Despite the fact that U.S. troops are scheduled to leave Iraq later
this year, chatter arising out of the recent Bilderberg conference in
St. Moritz strongly suggests that the occupation will be prolonged indefinitely,
even as US military forces prepare for new interventions in Libya and
Paul: Bold Economic Leadership
Ron Paul has proven to be the voice of reason in American politics.
For over three decades, he has been consistently and vigilantly sounding
the alarm on runaway government spending and the out of control, destructive
policies of the Federal Reserve System.
2011: The Rockefeller World Order and the “High Priests of Globalization”
David Rockefeller celebrated his 96th birthday during last weekend’s
Bilderberg meeting, and is one of if not the only remaining original
founders of the group in 1954. If the Bilderberg Group represents the
“high priests of globalization,” then David Rockefeller
is the ‘Pope’.
files suit after ‘terrifying’ FBI raid on wrong house
A Bellevue, Pennsylvania man is suing a dozen FBI agents for allegedly
violating his and his family’s constitutional rights when their
home was wrongfully raided by agents wielding assault rifles.
Blind China activist reportedly beaten unconscious
A blind Chinese activist who exposed abuses in Beijing’s population
control policy was beaten unconscious by dozens of men led by a communist
party official, his wife said in a letter released Thursday.
targets special needs traveler with invasive pat-down, confiscates his
‘comfort’ item as security threat
The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) continues its reign
of terror against innocent Americans, this time aggressively targeting
a special needs traveler out of Houston, Tex., who was on his way to
Disney World with his family.
4 Reasons To Tell Everyone You Know About the Coming Wealth Transfer
Oftentimes, we feel like we are wandering the labyrinth of life without
anything really happening.
Floods: Both Nebraska Nuclear Power Stations Threatened
Tens of millions of acres in the US corn belt have flooded, which will
spike the cost of gas and food over the next several months. Worse,
several nuclear power plants sit in the flooded plains. Both nuclear
plants in Nebraska are partly submerged and the FAA has issued a no-fly
order over both of them.
Lemonade Stand At U.S. Open Fined $500 And Shut Down By Montgomery County
You can make a fortune selling parking spots outside the US Open, but
don’t even dream of setting up a lemonade stand.
Can No Longer Think of Yourselves as Peace Officers”: Militarizing
It was Friday the 13th, and Skylar Walters thought he was going to die.
of UK population will be on new police database
The personal details of 15 million people, a quarter of the population
of Britain, will be held on a new police database which will include
information about victims of crime, it has emerged.
Call For ‘Big War’
The secret globalist group “Bilderberg” called for a
big war by expanding the turmoil in Libya into a full-scale conflict
involving the entire Middle East except for Israel. This is a grim
and bloody outlook, because, historically, every time Bilderberg
orders war, the guns begin to shoot.
Launching World War III
Hacker Attacks False Flag Attacks to Justify a Crackdown on the
LulzSec hasn’t demanded democracy, freedom, justice or any
other worthy goals. They are just attacking websites.
Exceptionalism’ Just More NWO Rhetoric
During the 2012 election campaign, you’ll probably be hearing
a lot about “American exceptionalism,” particularly
from the Republican presidential candidates.
Set To Pick Another Election Winner
Says Somali al-Qaeda May Attack Hotels
Authorities in the United States are warning that al-Qaeda in Somalia
plans to launch a Mumbai-style attack on the Ritz Carlton in London.
big fraud of green homes: they suffocate their owners with indoor
To justify this “green” label, they seal off all the
air flow between the home and the outside world, thereby creating
an “air tight” home that has virtually no air leaks.
JP Morgan Have Now Become A Commodity Cartel As They Slowly Recreate
De Beers’ Diamond Monopoly
About a month ago we reported on an inquiry launched into JPM’s
“anti-competitive” and “monopolistic” practices
on the LME which have resulted in artificially high prices for a
series of commodities which had been hoarded by the Too Big To Fail
Is Being Raped … Just Like Greece and Other Countries
debt crisis: billions more will be pumped in to rescue Greece
Obama About to Install a Commie at the Pentagon?
Leon Panetta, Obama’s man at the CIA that he wants to send
on to the Defense Department, is a Marxist according to Aaron Klein,
writing for WorldNetDaily.
assumes role of Big Brother by developing patent to automatically
disable iPhone cameras at concerts (and police or government abuse
As annoying as many are, the steady stream of garbled, shaky video
clips of musical concert performances that get uploaded to YouTube
every day could become a thing of the past, at least for Apple iPhone
allies with Internet carriers to thwart cyber attacks against defense
The National Security Agency is working with Internet service providers
to deploy a new generation of tools to scan e-mail and other digital
traffic with the goal of thwarting cyberattacks against defense
firms by foreign adversaries, senior defense and industry officials
Fukushima reactions to radioactive ‘hot spot’ evacuation
Reaction has been mixed in Fukushima Prefecture to a new government
recommendation that people in certain locations outside the Fukushima
nuclear crisis exclusion zone evacuate if possible due to high levels
of radiation, with some saying it came too late while others hail
Glimmer Of Hope
If you want to feel better about America, just spend some time in
some of the really great small towns and rural communities that
are scattered across this country.
ignores public outrage while protesters camp out in NYC
Dozens of people have been camping outside City Hall in New York
to protest budget cuts that could lead to thousands of jobs lost.
Meanwhile, the mainstream media is busy covering sex scandals and
murder trials, and ignoring the voice if the people. RT’s
Anastasia Churkina investigates why this is the case.
administration gives green light for GMOs to be planted in national
A battle is raging over whether or not it should be legal to plant
genetically-modified (GM) crops in US wildlife refuges.
new Ice Age: Warming could slow as sun simmers down
The last time the sun went to sleep, there were frost fairs on the
Thames and ice extended for miles into the North Sea.
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