Thursday, November 20, 2008 19:25
Imperialism You Can Believe In While naive, giddy and myopic establishment
leftists have been celebrating the great "change" heralded
by the election of Barack Obama, the President elect has been busy appointing
people to key positions who advocate the same Neo-Con imperialist foreign
policy crafted during eight years of the Bush administration.
automakers’ rescue stalls in Senate
A plan to give troubled U.S. automakers billions of dollars in government-backed
loans is on life support, leaving the fate of hundreds of thousands
of workers and Detroit’s once-venerable car companies hanging
in the balance.
shreds documents on friendly fire deaths
In late 2006, two American soldiers from Fort Carson died in Iraq. The
army said the privates were killed by enemy action. But in October of
this year, Salon revealed that the two men had in fact been killed by
friendly tank fire.
York Police Fight With U.S. on Surveillance
An effort by the New York Police Department to get broader latitude
to eavesdrop on terrorism suspects has run into sharp resistance from
the Justice Department in a bitter struggle that has left the police
commissioner and the attorney general accusing each other of putting
the public at risk.
Was Behind Bailout Martial Law Threat Senator James Inhofe has revealed that Henry
Paulson was behind the threats of martial law and a new great depression
prior to the passage of the bailout bill, having made such warnings
during a conference call on September 19th, around two weeks before
the legislation was eventually approved by both the Senate and Congress.
protests over U.S. missile strikes
Pakistan summoned U.S. ambassador Anne Patterson Thursday to lodge a
protest over missile strikes launched by drone aircraft against militant
targets in Pakistan, a Pakistani foreign ministry official said.
Riot in Northwest China
The largest riot in recent years broke out in Longnan City, in Northwest
China’s Gansu Province, over a government-backed eviction project
and unsatisfactory compensation to residents.
warn of EU ‘three strikes’ back door plan European law is introducing a "three
strikes and you're out" law for ISPs to disconnect illegal file
sharers "under cover of stealth", according to legal experts.
The EU's telecoms reform package could guarantee the legality of such
missile defense test fails off Hawaii
A Japanese warship failed to shoot down a ballistic missile target in
a joint test with U.S. forces Wednesday because of a glitch in the final
stage of an interceptor made by Raytheon Co, a U.S. military official
Claims Hit 16-Year High, Above Forecast
The number of U.S. workers filing new claims for jobless benefits surged
last week to their highest level in 16 years, Labor Department data
showed on Thursday, as a harsh economic environment forces employers
to cut back on hiring.
of Interpol Mexico arrested for drug ties Mexico arrested its head of Interpol on Tuesday
for allegedly working for a powerful drug cartel and sent the military
to take over police duties in the city of Tijuana in another step to
flush out corrupt law enforcement.
Wipeout May be Averted
If the honeybee populations continue collapsing, you can kiss the food
supply good-bye. One-third of every bite you stuff into your mouth comes
from foods pollinated by honeybees.
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