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Savage Considers Legal Action Against UK Travel Ban For Political Opinions
The third most listened to radio talk show host in America, Michael Savage, outlawed from traveling to the UK by Home Secretary Jacqui Smith because of his political opinions, has vowed to take legal action to clear his name on grounds of defamation after he was included in a list of banned individuals because of his opposition to illegal immigration.

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Canadian Military Quell Staged Protests In Martial Law Training
The Canadian military has taken over a city for three weeks as part of an urban warfare drill that is seeing convoys of tanks rolling down streets, "hollywood" style explosions, and scenarios involving simulated terrorist attacks.

Homeland agency pulled back extremism dictionary
The same Homeland Security Department office that categorized veterans as potential terrorists issued an earlier report that defined dozens of “extremists” ranging from black power activists to abortion foes. The report was nixed within hours and recalled from state and local law enforcement officials.

Swine flu could be less severe than feared, US health secretary says
A Professor at the Royal London Hospital told NPR today that the descendent of the current H1N1 virus was "accidentally" released from a laboratory during experimentation.

Schools told to set up ‘quarantine rooms’ for swine flu pupils

U.S. has a 45-year history of torture
As President Obama grapples with accusations of torture by U.S. agents, I suggest he consult the former Senate majority leader, Tom Daschle.

GCHQ: Mastering the Media

Talk Show Host Banned From UK For Political Opinions
American talk show host Michael Savage has been banned from entering the UK by the Home Secretary because of his political opinions and opposition to illegal immigration, which is considered "hate speech" in airstrip one.

Richard Gage, AIA at the Recent AIA Convention Interviewing Architects, May 2, 2009
Richard Gage, AIA founder of interviews more architects from the convention floor at the recent AIA Convention on May 2, 2009.

Wolfram Alpha: A Force For Good Or a New Propaganda Outlet?
Everyone agrees that the “next big thing” on the web is Wolfram Alpha. Instead of searching like Google, Wolfram Alpha will use artificial intelligence to directly answer your question.

Japanese scientist claims breakthrough with organ grown in sheep
Huddled at the back of her shed, bleating under a magnificent winter coat and tearing cheerfully at a bale of hay, she is possibly the answer to Japan’s chronic national shortage of organ donors: a sheep with a revolutionary secret.

NatGeo: Sun Oddly Quiet - Hints at Next “Little Ice Age”?

Fed Stress Tests to Show About 10 Banks Need Capital
The Federal Reserve plans to deliver results of stress tests on U.S. banks to executives today that may show about 10 companies need additional capital to weather a deeper recession, people familiar with the matter said.

Gold Climbs to One-Week High as Dollar Declines; Platinum Gains
Worse Than The Great Depression... Hyperinflation Is Coming! Own Gold & Silver! Real Money-Real Protection!

Georgia claims Russian-backed ‘coup’ under way
Georgia’s government has claimed that a Russian-backed military ‘coup’ is under way in the ex-Soviet state.

Obama refuses to release Air Force One Photos
The $328,835 snapshots of an Air Force One backup plane buzzing lower Manhattan last week will not be shown to the public, the White House said yesterday.

Attack on the Chrysler Capitalists
The Obama administration singled out hedge funds as the bad guys this week in its attempt to reorganize Chrysler.

Obama Pushes ‘Crackdown’ on Legal Tax ‘Havens’
Obama’s War Budget

Illinois State Police Seize and Keep Desirable Cars for Personal Use
Illinois State Police troopers seized a high-performance muscle car and set it aside for the personal use of an influential police official.

U.S. Census field workers prompt flurry of calls

Georgia Reports ‘Mutiny’ At Military Base
A rebellion is under way at a military base outside Tbilisi, says Georgia’s defence minister.

US forgives Israeli spies amid AIPAC heat
Egypt: Israeli nukes ‘greatest threat’ to security
NKorea accuses US of plotting war

Sugar coated consumerism or just plain crap?
I’m truly sorry for the title, but it says what I think about this succinctly. I tried half a dozen variations and kept coming back to the one word.

Milking the motorist: How speed cameras rake in £10,000 an HOUR from drivers

Riot Cops ‘Hid IDs And Struck Protesters’
Police struck several anti-war protesters with batons in Brighton while concealing their identity numbers, a demonstration organiser has claimed.

The Great Global Warming Hoax

RAND Wants WWIII to Save US Economy

Paul Watson & Alex Jones - Mumbai Terror Attacks

Paul Joseph Watson: Internet Censorship a Growing Cancer

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