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Warned 9/11 Commission ‘Not To Cross The Line’ Documents recently obtained by the ACLU show that the government
warned the 9/11 Commission against getting to the bottom of the September
11 terror attacks in a letter signed by Attorney General John Ashcroft,
Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld and CIA Director George J. Tenet.
Tarpley: US & UK Want to Sabotage China’s Economy
Economic tension between America and China could get even worse thanks
to a draft bill going through the U.S. senate. If passed, the legislation
would mean penalties being imposed on China if it fails to revalue its
currency. But American author Webster Tarpley says America is just trying
to sabotage the strength of China’s growing economy.
to Track Online Sellers’ Payment Transactions Beginning Next Year
Internet sellers who don’t report their sales will no longer be
under the radar. Starting next year, any bank or other payment settlement
company that processes credit cards, debit cards, and electronic payments
such as PayPal will have to issue information returns telling the IRS
what merchants receive.
Of Americans File Complaints Over Naked Body Scanners Despite establishment media spin that
naked body scanners are being meekly accepted by a compliant public,
documents released under the Freedom of Information Act reveal that
there have been more than 600 formal complaints about the devices in
the last year.
Democrats’ tactic for health-care bill is debated
An obscure parliamentary maneuver favored by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi
(D-Calif.) suddenly ignited Tuesday as the latest tinder in the year-long
partisan strife over reshaping the nation’s health-care system,
triggering debate over the strategy’s legitimacy and political
Rogers Sizes Up Two Global Bubbles
The euro is unlikely to still exist as a currency over the longer term,
the pound will fall substantially in the next few years and US Treasurys
and some real estate in China are the world’s two current bubbles,
legendary investor Jim Rogers told CNBC.com Wednesday.
Reports On Possible Iran Attack Pick Up Momentum
The alternative media in the United States and corporate media outlets
in Europe and Israel are now reporting on a story that surfaced
earlier in the week revealing a weapons build-up in preparation
for an attack on Iran.
the decline and rewrite history?
Human emissions of carbon dioxide began a sharp rise from 1945.
But, temperatures, it seems, may have plummeted over half the globe
during the next few decades. Just how large or how insignificant
was that decline?
vows loyalty to Israel, rejecting any tensions
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has dismissed reported rifts
between Washington and Tel Aviv over Israel’s new settlement
plans in East Jerusalem al-Quds, insisting on American unconditional
commitment to the regime that occupies Palestine.
Flight Exercise Planned For Washington, D.C.
North American Aerospace Defense Command will conduct a three-day
exercise, Falcon Virgo 10-06, beginning Tuesday and ending Thursday
in the skies over the National Capital Region (Washington, D.C.).