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Misdirected “Bailout Rage” Sets Pretext For New Financial World Order
A so called “bailout backlash”, a huge rise in public antagonism toward banks and Wall Street, is set to provide the Obama administration and the governments of the G20 nations a pretext to usher in a new era of international centralization and control over financial practices and institutions.

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Motorists could be banned from leaving Britain over unpaid parking fines
They risk being caught up in plans to recoup almost £1billion in outstanding fines and court orders imposed for criminal offences as well as driving ones.

Suspicion of vaccines spurs debate, worry

L.A. Times Op-Ed: Anti-Zionism Is Hate Crime
A prominent L.A. Times editorial confuses the political movement of Zionism with semites as a race in an attempt to argue that anti-Zionism is worse than anti-Semitism and should be outlawed as a hate crime.

Lingering mystery: Congressman calls for probe into 2001 anthrax attacks
More than seven years after the first bio-terror attack on the United States, Congress is considering creating a commission to probe the government’s response to the anthrax-laced letters that killed five people.

Florida legislator wants random drug tests for the unemployed
Employers have justified drug tests in the workplace by pointing to such negative effects of drug use as absenteeism and work-related injuries. Now a Florida legislator has proposed that random drug-testing also be applied to those receiving unemployment insurance, justifying it as a way to make state funds go further.

US forces in Iraq kill 12-year-old girl
American troops stationed in Iraq have justified the killing of a girl by saying she was in close vicinity of an accelerating vehicle.

Will Canada Arrest George W. Bush for Torture?
March 16, 2009 MSNBC Keith Olbermann.

Number of Young Girls on Diabetes Drugs Skyrockets 147 Percent
The number of girls between the ages of 5 and 19 taking prescription drugs for diabetes increased 147 percent between 2002 and 2005, according to a study conducted by researchers from Saint Louis University School of Medicine, the Kansas Health Institute, and the private company Express Scripts, and published in the journal Pediatrics.

Kucinich Calls For Congressional Investigation Into Cheney “Assassination Unit”
Democratic Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) has called for a formal Congressional probe into allegations by investigative reporter Seymour Hersh that former Vice-President Dick Cheney had his own SS-style political assassination unit.

Cheney’s Excuse For Economic Failures Under His Watch: ‘Stuff Happens’


Banned hyperlinks could cost you $11,000 a day
The Australian communications regulator says it will fine people who hyperlink to sites on its blacklist, which has been further expanded to include several pages on the anonymous whistleblower site Wikileaks.

Australia secretly censors Wikileaks press release and Danish Internet censorship list
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Israel handed new option in attacking Iran
A prominent US think tank has advised Israel to use ballistic missiles against Iran’s nuclear sites after deciding on a pre-emptive strike.

Democrats Finally Waking Up to the Ongoing Looting of the Economy
Just as a certain percentage of republicans refused to admit that rotten things were happening under the Bush administration, many democrats have fought to defend the Obama administration against charges of mishandling the response to the economic crisis.

Jim Rogers Expects Civil Unrest in the US and all around the World
Jim Rogers, chairman of Singapore-based Rogers Holdings, talks with Television about the outlook for China stocks, commodity prices and the U.S. banking industry.

Bailouts Are Taxation Without Representation

9/11 Commissioner Bob Kerrey: It Might Take “A Permanent 9/11 Commission” to End the Remaining Mysteries of September 11
Some of us have been writing for years that the 9/11 Commission Report was unreliable because most of the information was based on the statements of tortured detainees.

IDF chief: Strike on Iran a concrete option
IDF Chief of Staff Lieutenant-General Gabi Ashkenazi, who is on an official visit to the United States, told his American colleagues Monday that the Iranian threat could still be handled via sanctions, but stressed that an Israeli military strike was a “serious” option.

US kicks Iran war prep into high gear
Israel’s national security aide barred from U.S.
Russia’s Medvedev orders large-scale rearmament

Has a Comedian Just Saved America?
As testimony to how Orwellian life has become under the outrages of Wall Street hubris, last week saw a comedian, who poses as an anchor on a fake news show, grab the reins of the Wall Street investigation from the actual investigators in Congress.

Like a Mama Bear, Networks Protect Obama from His Down Market
On Election Day 2008, as people anticipated Obama’s victory, global news agency Agence France-Presse (AFP), called the biggest Election Day rally since 1984 an “Obama effect.”




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