Last Updated: Tuesday, March 9, 2010 23:39 Announcing the Birth Of The Real Coffee Party In response to the brazen effort on behalf of Republicans and neo-conservatives to hijack the Tea Party, as well as the establishment's attempt to promote the Obama front "Coffee Party" as a fraudulent alternative, we are announcing the creation of The Real Coffee Party, an organization committed not to partisan bickering, but to the basic principles outlined in the Constitution.
Travelers file complaints over TSA body scanners Documents obtained by the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) shows complaints have been lodged with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) over the use of whole body scanners at U.S. airports.
Chinese Officer Calls for Hard Line Against U.S. In his new book, China Dream, Senior Colonel of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Liu Mingfu appears poised with gauntlet in hand, wielding statements such as “It is time [for China] to cast away illusions and get ready for the duel with the United States for global dominance in the 21st century.”
Alex Jones Websites Under Massive And Sustained Attack Alex Jones’ websites were assaulted by a massive, organized and sustained attack today which is still ongoing as zombie computers around the world were used to launch a denial of service attack which is undoubtedly related to our ongoing efforts to expose the government’s Cybersecurity agenda as the gargantuan threat to Internet freedom it represents.
The Washington Post on ‘lunatic’ 9/11 ‘conspiracy theorists’ An editorial in the Washington Post yesterday slammed Japanese member of parliament Yukihisa Fujita because he “seems to think that America’s rendering of the events of Sept. 11, 2001, is a gigantic hoax.” His “ideas” about the terrorist attacks “are too bizarre, half-baked and intellectually bogus to merit serious discussion.”
Britain heads for inconclusive election: poll No political party has enough support to win outright control of parliament in Britain’s forthcoming election, raising the prospect of a period of unstable minority government, opinion polls showed on Tuesday.
Census: A Little Too Personal Last week Congress voted to encourage participation in the 2010 census. I voted “No” on this resolution for the simple, obvious reason that the census- like so many government programs- has grown far beyond what the framers of our Constitution intended.