Tuesday, March 30, 2010 13:30
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
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.
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).
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.
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.
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
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
Dec. 3: Søren
Dreier - $25
Nov 13: Charles McCreary - $5
Nov. 3: Lynda LeCompte - $15
Jul. 13: Gregory Seabrooke - $100
Jun. 24: David Kwon - $50