Tuesday, May 5, 2009 18:42
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.
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.
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.
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.