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Obama Set to Revive Military Commissions
The Obama administration is preparing to revive the system of military commissions established at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, under new rules that would offer terrorism suspects greater legal protections, government officials said.

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Top Pelosi Aide Learned Of Waterboarding in 2003
Democrats were routinely briefed on Bush ‘torture’ techniques, document shows
Turley to Obama: ‘Do the right thing,’ prosecute torture

Obama aide responsible for NYC flyover gets the boot
Louis Caldera, Director of the White House Military office, has stepped down from his job following outrage over the more-or-less unannounced flyover of Ground Zero in late April.

Police may use water cannon to control violent demonstrations
Scotland Yard is to review its policing of violent demonstrations after the G20 protests to see if London needs harsher, European-style methods that could include the use of water cannon.

US states mulling Google book-scan pact
A group of US state attorneys general recently held a conference call to discuss Google’s $125m digital book settlement with the US Authors Guild and the Association of American Publishers.

Police Investigate Man With Civil Liberties Sticker As Possible “Extremist”
Louisiana police pulled over and detained a man for half an hour, believing him to be a possible “extremist” because of a bumper sticker on his car that read “Don’t Tread On Me”.

Leaked 1955 Bilderberg Docs Outline Plan For Single European Currency
Leaked documents from the 1955 Bilderberg Group conference held in Germany discuss the agenda to create a European Union and a single EU currency, decades before they were introduced, disproving once again debunkers who claim that Bilderberg has no influence over world events.

Classic Alex Jones From 1997
He was only 23, but he still had the same fire he has today!!

Back to the Bush Era? Obama’s New Gitmo Policy
Two distressing pieces of news emerged last week regarding the Obama administration’s plans to close Guantánamo, and both were delivered by Defense Secretary Robert Gates in testimony to the Senate Appropriations Committee.

US unemployment hits 25-year high
A US government report says the US economy lost 539,000 jobs in April, catapulting the unemployment rate to 8.9 percent — its highest point in a generation.

Hong Kong ‘flu’ hotel guests free
Nearly 300 guests and staff at a hotel in Hong Kong have been released after being held in quarantine for a week due to a feared outbreak of swine flu.

Media Censoring Lethal Side Effects Of Flu Remedies
Donald Rumsfeld’s Tamiflu pushers (just as they were in 2006) are set to be the big winners in the GSFS (great swine flu scare of 2009) lottery. Shares of Swiss drug-maker Roche Holding had fallen sharply after their latest cancer drug failure—but the GSFS came just in time to give their falling stocks a boost—just as the great bird flu scare of 2006 did.

Big US Banks May Be Headed For Extinction—And Soon
In the world of banking, too-big-to-fail may be in the process of morphing into too-big-to-exist.

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Rothschild Difference With Madoff Becomes Geneva’s Obsession
Why the Government’s Attempt to Instill False Confidence Will Backfire

Mystery group in the driving seat
If the Finance Minister really wants to know the depth of this “global economic firestorm”, all he has to do is to ask the people who created it.

Nine Killed In Drone Attack On Militants
Nine people - five of them militants - have reportedly been killed in a suspected US missile attack in northwestern Pakistan.

Half a million flee Swat valley as Pakistan faces months of fighting
Up to 500,000 terrified residents of Pakistan’s Swat valley have fled or else are desperately trying to leave as the military steps up an operation using fighter jets and helicopter gunships to “eliminate” Taliban fighters.

Dmitry Medvedev at Moscow missile parade: ‘Russia will teach aggressors a lesson’
Dmitry Medvedev, Russia’s president, has warned at a military parade in Red Square that Moscow will teach foreign aggressors the “lessons” of the Second World War.

EU Calls for “Internet G12? for Global Internet Governance
As the EU Observer reports, Information Society Commissioner Viviane Reding has called on President Obama to fully privatize the California based Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), which manages the web address system for the internet, and build a “multilateral forum for governments to discuss general internet governance policy and security issues.” The international group would in turn “make recommendations” with regards to global internet governance.

Keyes and 10-20 other abortion protesters arrested at Notre Dame
Anti-abortion activist and commentator Alan Keyes was arrested just after noon today on the campus of the University of Notre Dame.

Archbishop Slams Obama Appearance at Notre Dame, Administration’s Abortion Policies

Senate Will Move on Hate Crimes Bill; Critics Claim Bill Simply Unnecessary
Critics of the measure contend that, if the bill becomes law, it will force local and state law enforcement to prosecute and sentence individuals not only for the crimes they commit, but also for their beliefs—a slippery slope which will take the country down the road toward eventually criminalizing the thoughts of the American people.

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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