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Expanding Database Has Floridians Caught In The Matrix

Privacy experts cheered last month when the Florida Department of Law Enforcement announced that it was ending a controversial data-mining project that compiled reams of personal information on state residents and dumped it into a statewide database.

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Big Brother is Among Us

In 1949, George Orwell published the book “1984,” scaring the world with the idea of Big Brother and having someone observing members of society. In the book, the main character is observed by a television, as well as other forms of technology that are used to constantly watch him. That vision may be coming in the next decade, but not quite in the same fashion that Orwell imagined.

Back In Black

An outstanding video montage featuring footage from Alex Jones' documentary films.

Bush will negotiate with Iran.

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North Korea 'has six nuclear weapons'

The United Nations' main nuclear watchdog believes that North Korea has up to six nuclear weapons, its chief said yesterday.

CNN Report On Bilderberg Meeting
To my surprise, this is actually quite balanced. The conspiracy theorists term is thrown around as per usual but the goal of one world government is admitted.
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