York "Terror Plot" Another Government Provocateured Set-Up
The corporate media and the authorities are having a field day lavishing
saturation coverage on the so-called New York "terror plot"
in which four men, three of them U.S. citizens, supposedly planned to
blow up a Jewish temple and shoot down military planes, feverishly citing
it as another example of why we should accept police state measures
in major cities and the targeting of American citizens as "domestic
least 60 killed as violence spikes in Iraq
Iraq was engulfed on Thursday by a wave of violence, with suicide and
bomb attacks killing 23 people a day after a massive bomb devastated
a Baghdad Shiite neighbourhood slaughtering 40 civilians.
resist Street View invasion of privacy
Google’s all-seeing Street View is attempting to convince German
authorities that it should be allowed to retain “partially censored
images” which Hamburg and 15 other states want purged from the
search monolith’s databases.
rally in China over police beating
As many as 1,000 protestors took to the streets in northwestern China
after police officers allegedly beat a cyclist for running a red light,
state media reported Thursday.
Trail of Broken Promises: Morphing Dick Cheney A despairing country elected a president who promised change.
Americans arrived from every state to witness in bitter cold Obama’s
swearing in ceremony. The mall was packed in a way that it has never
been for any other president.
we can’t: Obama’s Guantanamo
You would be hard-pressed to find a kid more thrilled on Barack
Obama’s first day in office than Mohammed el Gharani. On January
21, had you been standing at the right corner of Guantanamo Bay,
you could have heard him whoop for joy when the U.S. President made
history—so we thought—by closing the prison where el
Gharani grew up.
Jones: CPS Try to Kidnap an 8 Year Old
Alex discusses the case of one of his employees who had her daughter
strip-searched by the school and police, before CPS threatened to
seize the child, after a dime-sized bruise was seen on her thigh.
May Test $1,200
Gold is beginning to gain investors’ interest given all the
debt funding we are seeing around the world, notes Frank Holmes,
CEO & CIO of U.S. Global Investors. He tells CNBC’s Martin
Soong & Amanda Drury that gold may test $1,200.
Survivalism Tenet Number One
The survivalist community is often perceived as a bunch of gloom
and doom types sitting on a pile of MREs, ammunition and guns in
some far out corner of the North West.