Last Updated: Tuesday, Jun 28, 2011 18:28 BST
Cancer Surges In Body Scanner Operators; TSA Launches Cover-Up
Fearful of provoking further public resistance to naked airport body scanners, the TSA has been caught covering up a surge in cases of TSA workers developing cancer as a result of their close proximity to radiation-firing devices, perhaps the most shocking revelation to emerge from the latest FOIA documents obtained by the Electronic Privacy Information Center.

Calls For TSA Chief’s Head As Agency Now Denies It Forced Removal Of Adult Diaper
TSA “respectful and sensitive”?! My granny panties!
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Congressman Kucinich to visit Syria, Lebanon
A US lawmaker strongly opposed to US military involvement in Afghanistan and the Libyan conflict is on a “fact-finding” visit to Syria and Lebanon, his office said Monday.

Ron Paul Reality Check: Should America Sell Fort Knox’s Gold?
Should the U.S. sell off its gold reserves to pay down debt? That’s the latest idea being tossed around by gold bug Ron Paul.

Paul forecasts ‘important’ message for Iowa straw poll

Al Qaeda Threat Highlighted In National Gun Control Ad Campaign
Hoping to maintain a bit of political pressure on Congress and the White House, a prominent gun control advocacy group is turning recent, foreboding statements from an al Qaeda operative into a national ad campaign.

Louisiana Supreme Court Allows Vehicle Searches on a Hunch
The Louisiana Supreme Court on Friday gave a green light to police officers looking to search automobiles without a warrant.

Alien encounters ‘within twenty years’
Russian scientists expect humanity to encounter alien civilisations within the next two decades, a top Russian astronomer said on Monday.

Final Senate Version of TSA Bill Authorizes Invasive Groping
Despite Texas lawmakers claiming otherwise, the final Senate version of a bill that purports to criminalize invasive pat downs actually authorizes the TSA to continue groping travelers, mandating only that they need "reasonable suspicion" to indicate that the person may be carrying a prohibited object, which could easily be claimed if the person sets off a metal detector or refuses to undergo a full body scan.

House Passes Watered Down TSA Groping Bill

Can The Fed Stop Quantitative Easing?
If the Fed stops QE, confidence in the US dollar would rise. Money would flow into US investments, both supporting the US stock market and helping to finance the large US budget deficit. Gold and silver prices would decline.

Could We Actually See A War Between Syria And Turkey?
In recent days, there have been persistent rumors that we could potentially be on the verge of a military conflict between Syria and Turkey.

Economic Recovery?
If this is supposed to be an “economic recovery” it sure is pathetic. In fact, as you will read below, the numbers tell us that this is the worst economic recovery that the American economy has ever seen.

Arab Spring brings Corporate Locusts
As terrifying as any Biblical plague, the very corporations that funded the think-tanks and media organizations that crafted and sold the entirely engineered “Arab Spring” hoax to the world, have finally swarmed into Egypt to settle in and strip its lands clean.

Engdahl: Libya intervention absurd, NATO criminal
For more on attempts by the International criminal court to prosecute Colonel Gaddafi RT is joined by William Engdahl, author of Full Spectrum Dominance: Totalitarian Democracy in the New World Order.

Gerald Celente & Max Keiser – International Monetary Fund At A Glance
In this edition of On the Edge, Max Keiser interviews Gerald Celente from

US Supreme Court to decide police GPS tracking case
The Supreme Court is to rule on whether a 220-year-old amendment to the U.S. Constitution prevents police from using 21st century tracking technology to keep tabs on criminal suspects.

Microsoft May Add Eavesdropping To Skype
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office published a Microsoft patent application that reaches back to December 2009 and describes “recording agents” to legally intercept VoIP phone calls.

Coming to a Store Near You: Radioactive Fish?
The FDA is refusing to test fish for radioactivity, even though water currents will eventually bring debris from Fukushima.

Radioactive water leaks from Japan’s damaged plant
Tons of radioactive water were discovered on Tuesday to have leaked into the ground from Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant, the latest in a series of leaks at the plant damaged in a March earthquake and tsunami, the country’s nuclear watchdog said.

Fukushima in Nebraska? Raging Flood Waters Threaten Nuclear Catastrophe

Greek police fire tear gas at protesters
Greek riot police fired tear gas to disperse stone-throwing demonstrators Tuesday, as thousands marched to protest proposed austerity measures on the first day of a two-day strike.

Greece: Possibility of a Military Coup?
Greek PM: Austerity is Patriotic Duty

NATO Warning: Bombs may hit any place at any time

Libya’s justice minister says Tripoli is refusing to recognise the arrest warrant for Colonel Gaddafi, issued by the International Criminal Court at the Hague.

Iran fires medium-range missiles in war game
Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guards fired 14 missiles in an exercise Tuesday, one of them a medium-range weapon capable of striking Israel or US targets in the Gulf, state media said.

New Orleans police on trial for post-Katrina killings
Five New Orleans police officers indiscriminately shot unarmed residents during the chaos unleashed by Hurricane Katrina and got colleagues to help cover up the crime, prosecutors said Monday.

Wildfire reaches Los Alamos nuclear facility
A raging forest fire threatened the Los Alamos nuclear laboratory in New Mexico on Monday and led to the evacuation of thousands of nearby residents.

What The Fukushima Is Going On In Omaha?

Google report reveals British government web snooping

The private details of Britons’ web usage are more likely to be requested by authorities than in almost any other country, according to figures released by Google.

Chemical in plastic containers makes male mice act like females
Male mice who were exposed as babies to BPA, a chemical common in canned foods and plastic containers, act more like females and are seen as less desirable mates, a US study showed Monday.

Occupational Therapy: The Psychosis of Exceptionalism
I wanted to write about Barack Obama’s recent speech announcing the alleged partial withdrawal of some of the tens of thousands of troops he has added to the decade-long American occupation of Afghanistan during his three Bush-like “surges” of that conflict.

Greece begins 48-hour general strike

Greece is facing major disruption on Tuesday as unions begin a 48-hour general strike before a parliamentary vote on harsh austerity measures demanded in return for international rescue loans.

State Department on quest for regime change
While Americans are struggling with economic hardships at home, the Department of State is generously offering money to dissidents across the globe. A new project is seeking ideas how to change regimes in a number of countries. Gayane Chichikyan reports on the story.

Welcome To The Recession: Manufacturing Surveys Imply US Economy Has Entered The Second Month Of A (Re)Recession
There may be those among the less than brainwashed lemmingerati out there who have noticed what, as we have pointed out for the past month when reporting on the various manufacturing and regional Fed indices, has been an epic collapse in the appropriate data series.

Dollar seen losing global reserve status

Report: Obama Films Campaign Ad In White House, Possibly Violating FEC Laws?
NRO’s Jim Geraghty raises the question of whether Barack Obama filmed a video for his reelection campaign in the White House, which may possibly be a violation of federal election laws.

Bill Gates, Monsanto hijack ‘humanitarian aid’ efforts to push GMO agenda
Those still in denial about the connection between the so-called “humanitarian” efforts of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the bigger agenda to thrust genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) on the populations of the world (among other things), need look no further than the Golden Rice Project (GRP) for proof that things are not as they seem.

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