Last Updated: Tuesday, March 30, 2010 13:30
CNN Smears Completely Unconnected Group As Tea Party Terrorists
During a report on the indictment against members of the Hutaree organization raided by federal authorities this past weekend, CNN displayed images from the Michigan Militia website, a completely unconnected group, and implied that they shared the cop-killing agenda of the Hutaree, in a clear attempt to smear the national Tea Party movement as a terrorist fringe.


The Strange Case of Kristopher Sickles and the Hutaree Militia
Raid on Hutaree puzzles Adrian
Final Hutaree Suspect Arrested
Dana Loesch: ‘Intellectually Dishonest’ to Equate Anti-Big Government Stance with Racism
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CIA Officer- Robert Steele stresses the importance of Blogging
This is a follow up montage to those who say Bloggers and making videos (Vloggers) and those who comment, are not making a difference.

Are Progressives Singing a New Tune on the Wars?
Are progressives changing their view on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan? Until recently, I saw some reluctance among liberals to criticize Obama’s foreign policies. In fact, during one anti-war rally in 2009, we were asked not to display any “Obama-bashing” protest signs. But everyone still held a deep opposition to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Californians may have to pay tax on canceled mortgage debt
Central Valley real estate agent Donny Piwowarski last year sold his four-bedroom, 3,500-square-foot house on a half-acre in Tracy for $387,000 — about half of what he paid for it in 2005. Now with tax-filing season here, his situation is getting even grimmer.

China Gold Demand May Double Within Decade, WGC Says

AMS/NWA sponsored survey of TV weathercasters: 63% Believe Global Warming is Mostly Natural
Only 4% trust politicians on climate change information.

‘Only global fascist tyranny can save us now’ says nice old man
New climate change myth: Gulf Stream is NOT slowing down

School laptop spy case prompts Wiretap Act rethink
When Pennsylvania’s Lower Merion school district installed remote control anti-theft software on student laptops, it had no intention of dragging Congress into a national debate about wiretapping laws and webcams—but that’s exactly what it got (in addition to some unwanted FBI attention and a major lawsuit).

Pupils ‘frogmarched by teachers to have fingerprints taken’ so they could eat in canteen

How Long Before Paid Propagandists Exploit Moscow Tragedy To Push For Ubiquitous Naked Body Scanners?
Considering the swiftness with which paid propagandists for full body scanners exploited the staged Christmas Day bombing attempt, don't expect to wait too long before today tragic events in Moscow are pillaged and used to scare people into accepting whatever draconian measures are next in the pipeline.


Russian leaders vow retaliation after Moscow blasts
Children must go through airport scanners, says Adonis

N Korea accused of sinking South’s ship
North Korea may have intentionally floated a mine to damage a South Korean naval ship that exploded and sank this week, says the South’s defense minister.

Sarkozy Calls For World Economic Regulation
President Nicolas Sarkozy of France is in the United States this week to meet with President Obama to discuss Afghanistan and pressing global financial issues.

French Endorse Sarkozy’s Scrapping of Carbon Tax, Poll Shows

US voices ‘concerns’ over Australia’s internet filter
The US government has voiced concerned over Australia’s controversial plan to implement a countrywide internet filter.

Specter To Lead Hearing On Laptop Case
A U.S. Senate panel will hold a hearing in Philadelphia today in light of allegations of webcam spying by the Lower Merion School District.

A U.S. Biometrics Agency
As of last week, there is now a U.S. Government national security agency called the Biometrics Identity Management Agency (BIMA). It supersedes a Biometrics Task Force that was established in 2000.

Scientists discover how to ‘turn off’ brain’s morality center
People’s moral judgment can be altered by disrupting part of the brain, a study published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences shows.

Large Hadron Collider hits problems as scientists bid to start high energy collisions
Problems with the Large Hadron Collider delayed scientists seeking to collide the first beams of protons in an attempt to learn more about the makeup of the universe and its smallest particles.

Scenarios: Global impact if Israel strikes Iran
If Israel were to strike Iran over its nuclear activities, markets would be watching one thing only – Iran’s response.

Caught on Video: Sen. Reid Supporters Throw Eggs at Tea Party Express Bus
“Get him out of here or I’m going to jail today.”


New wave of swine flu approaching in spring
An Iranian health official has warned about a new wave of swine flu across the country in the spring with predicted A-H1N1 virus mutation.

Pharma Planning to Dump Experimental and Controversial Vaccines in Public Schools

Militia Raids Part Of Government Effort to Provoke Violence, Purge Dissent
News of a bust on nine members of a militia group in Detroit who were planning to "levy war" against the United States and "oppose by force" the nation's government, should be treated with extreme suspicion, given that every major terror bust in the U.S. in recent years has been contrived.

US Bagram Airbase hit during Obama visit
The US Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan has been hit by rockets during an official visit by President Barack Obama to the war-torn country.

Insurers find loophole in health bill, say they don’t have to cover sick kids
Democrats said their health care legislation would provide greater medical security to those in need. But it appears to fall short on protecting arguably the most vulnerable demographic: sick children.

Ron Paul’s Texas Straight Talk 3/29/10 on Disastrous Healthcare Bill

Wa. Post: Citi sale “would amount to a validation of bailout”
“The windfall expected from the stock sale would amount to a validation of the rescue plan adopted by government officials during the height of the financial panic…”

The Tea Party protests are nothing compared to the seething rage of the anti-Bush crowds
So, according to Frank Rich of the New York Times, the Tea Party protesters are indulging in a “small-scale mimicry of Kristallnacht.” There is a “tsunami of anger” gathering across the land, he writes, and an “accompanying rise in right-wing extremism”.

Scientists Say F.D.A. Ignored Radiation Warnings
Urgent warnings by government experts about the risks of routinely using powerful CT scans to screen patients for colon cancer were brushed aside by the Food and Drug Administration, according to agency documents and interviews with agency scientists.


Police criticised for staging mock burglaries
It was meant to be an imaginative way of highlighting how easy it is to break into people’s homes – but police in Devon today faced criticism for posing as burglars and sneaking into the homes of unsuspecting residents and collecting valuables in “swag bags”.


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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