Last Updated: Monday, March 22, 2010 18:14
Idaho Leads State Revolt Against Naked Body Scanners
Idaho has set the example for others states to follow in the continuing revolt against naked body scanners, by passing a law that limits the use of the x-ray scanning devices in airports and government buildings and also forces Homeland Security to disprove health concerns.

Virginia Calls Health Bill Unconstitutional, Files Suit
The State of Virginia has confirmed that it will sue the federal government over the health care reform bill, declaring the legislation unconstitutional and legally conflicting.


Health Care Legislation: Here Come the Lawsuits
Obamacare To Cost American Families $15,200 A Year
Health Care Mandate to Be Enforced by IRS ‘Bounty Hunters’
Continue the Fight for Free Market Health Care
15 New Taxes The Democrats Just Foisted On The American People

Secret Service probing conservative blogger’s call for Obama assassination
The Secret Service is investigating a conservative critic of President Barack Obama who called for his assassination Sunday on Twitter.


Ron Paul: IRS Will Steal More Money To Fund Health Care
Texas Congressman Ron Paul warns that last night's passage of the health care reform bill will prompt the government to hire thousands of new IRS agents who will be used to steal money from taxpaying Americans to fund the new program.

House Member Appears to Yell ‘Baby Killer’ at Stupak
Krauthammer: ‘I Don’t Think This Will Ever End Up Being Repealed’
‘Hell No!’: Boehner Makes Impassioned Statement on House Floor
Health care reform bill dooms America to Pharma-dominated sickness and suffering
Flashback: Obama’s Promise on Using Executive Power to Change Laws
“Passage Of The Healthcare Bill Means The Double-Dip Is Coming” – Market Insight From Permabull Jim Cramer Who Just Turned Bearish
Schlafly: Health Care Vote Set to Expose the Myth of the ‘Pro-Life Democrat'

‘Netanyahu seeks US bombs for Iran attack’
As Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu plans a visit to Washington, a report says he will ask the US to release sophisticated bombs needed for a possible strike on Iran’s nuclear sites.

Has Germany just killed the dream of a European superstate?
So after weeks of Euro-bluff it looks ever more like an IMF rescue for Greece after all, and hence for any other eurozone nation driven to ruin by the wrong monetary policy.

The Imedi TV hoax makes one thing clear: Georgia’s president is out of control
If there is one thing we have all come to learn about Georgia’s president, Mikheil Saakashvili, it is that he never knows when to stop. Like a child confronted by a mountain of candy, he will gorge himself until he is sick.

False Flag Imminent?
A Wikipedia entry on Force Protection Condition (FPCON) currently used by the Department of Defense describes FPCON CHARLIE as a situation when an instance occurs or when intelligence reports that there is terrorist activity imminent. FPCON DELTA describes a situation when a terrorist attack is taking place or has just occurred.

Jesse Ventura: Corporate media, Censorship and American Conspiracies
From the assassination of JFK to the events of 9/11, more and more Americans are slowly realising things are not what they seem in the mainstream U.S. media. RT spoke to former politican Jesse Ventura, who revealed some of the dirty secrets of Capitol Hill…

U.S. may expand use of its prison in Afghanistan
The White House is considering whether to detain international terrorism suspects at a U.S. military base in Afghanistan, senior U.S. officials said, an option that would lead to another prison with the same purpose as Guantanamo Bay, which it has promised to close.

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Nicolas Sarkozy’s Union for a Popular Movement thrashed in regional elections
A chastened Nicolas Sarkozy will attempt this week to relaunch his presidency after voters yesterday vented their unhappiness by thrashing his centre-right party in elections for regional councils.

Hussman: I’m Not Saying There’s Going To Be Hyperinflation, BUT Inflation Is Going To Be Huge
In his latest note, John Hussman ponders the inexorable connection between debt and inflation. And though he’s not calling for all-out hyperinflation he is… well, concerned.

TSA Discriminates against disabled people then violates rights to privacy
The equality watchdog has called on the government to explain its plans for the use of body scanners at airports, citing concerns about racial profiling and privacy.

Man with ‘wires coming from his rucksack’ sparks terror alert on London Underground
A man wearing a barrister’s wig and a battery strapped to the back of his hand sparked a terror alert on the London underground, it has emerged.

Arctic winds and not global warming ‘responsible for much of record loss of sea ice’
Strong winds and not global warming are to blame for much of the record-breaking loss of ice in the Arctic Ocean in recent years, new research reveals.

Civil Liberties in Obama’s America
In the United States, civil liberties are seen as the province of the left. The ACLU, the Bar Association, the Democratic Party, people who err in favor of procedural protections for criminals and even terrorists — this is what tends to come to mind to conservatives who condemn civil liberties as a leftist interest, and to liberals who celebrate it as a great anchor of their political philosophy.


Obama Pays More Than Buffett as U.S. Risks AAA Rating
The bond market is saying that it’s safer to lend to Warren Buffett than Barack Obama.

Fictional Reserve Banking

Secret Service: No Pictures Of Michelle Obama
The First Lady and her daughters escaped to New York to catch a Broadway show while her husband stayed in Washington to fight for health care.

His Offense: Taking 2 Seats on a Nearly Empty Train
One recent night, Ryan David LaMont settled into the wary peace of a post-midnight journey on the No. 2 train. He was not quite alone, since a few other people were on board, but he had rows and rows of seats to choose from.

WWF hopes to find $60 billion growing on trees
The carbon credits scheme would make WWF and its partners much richer, but with no lowering of overall CO2 emissions, writes Christopher Booker.

Climate craziness of the week: global warming “leads to more violence”
There is nothing cuddly about the WWF


Another Phony Bin Laden Tape


Holdren's Eugenicist Nightmare


CIA Involvement In Iran 


Nazi Roots Of The European Union


North Korea Nuclear Circus


Police State UK


Neo-Con Attack On Jesse Ventura

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