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Clintonite: Obama Needs OKC Bombing to “Reconnect with the American People”
Former Clintonite and Democrat operative Mark Penn says Obama needs an OKC bombing to regain his popularity.

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In India, Obama faces questions on U.S. relations with Pakistan
An audience of Indian college students challenged President Obama on Sunday over his administration’s relationship with Pakistan’s government, drawing a defensive response and a challenge of his own.

Obama’s security go to extraordinary measures for his visit to India
Obama to use teleprompter for Hindi speech

Who was Behind the Death of Dr. David Kelly? The Case is far from Closed
We are publishing below the letter which the Sunday Telegraph refused to publish. This letter was written in response to an article by Andrew Gilligan.

Private Security Continues to Invade American Towns
A couple nights ago, I was sitting in front of the TV waiting on the local campaign coverage. Amid the mindless programming that passes for entertainment, and the irritating advertisements that follow it, a particular commercial caught my eye.

Bush ‘considered’ bombing Syria
George Bush contemplated ordering a US military strike against a suspected Syrian nuclear facility at Israel’s request in 2007, the former US president has reminisced in his memor to be published soon.

Scientists find ‘dramatic’ damage to marine life near BP spill site
Scientists have found evidence of “dramatic” damage to deep-sea coral near the site of the Gulf oil disaster, with one biologist describing it as a shocking find that “slapped you in the face.”

Airports cash in on terror checks: Charge to jump queues ‘they keep long’
Airports are cashing in on the queues at their security gates by charging passengers to use fast-track priority lanes.

Saudis Warned U.S. of Attack Before Parcel Bomb Plot

Ron Paul: Federal Reserve System is “Deeply Flawed”
On Friday, Congressman Ron Paul was interviewed on Fox News’ Your World w/ Neil Cavuto concerning the Federal Reserve and returning to honest money.

Ron Paul Is About to Totally Revolutionize the House Monetary Policy Panel

How Ben Bernanke Sentenced The Poorest 20% Of The Population To A Cold, Hungry Winter
The following chart prepared recently by JPMorgan demonstrates something rather scary, and makes it all too clear how the Chairman’s plan to “assist” the US population via some imaginary “wealth effect” due to QE2, is about to backfire.

The age of the dollar is drawing to a close
Right from the start of the financial crisis, it was apparent that one of its biggest long-term casualties would be the mighty dollar, and with it, very possibly, American economic hegemony. The process would take time – possibly a decade or more – but the starting gun had been fired.

Iraqi prisoners were abused at ‘UK’s Abu Ghraib’, court hears
Evidence of the alleged systematic and brutal mistreatment of Iraqi prisoners at a secret British military interrogation centre that is being described as “the UK’s Abu Ghraib” emerged yesterday during high court proceedings brought by more than 200 former inmates.

Even glass jars can contain BPA chemical due to lid lining
Bad news has emerged for those hoping to avoid exposure to the hormone-disrupting chemical bisphenol A (BPA) by canning their own vegetables: BPA can also be found lining the lids of canning jars.

$27.5 Million for 9/11 Workers
A group of workers who claimed they suffered health problems as a result of being exposed to debris from ground zero during its removal and transfer to a landfill on Staten Island stand to receive $27.5 million in a settlement announced on Friday.

Banks spying on your bills, rent payments, paychecks: report
The age of the plain old credit score is gone, says a report at the Wall Street Journal, and it’s been replaced by ever more intrusive efforts by banks and credit agencies to gauge exactly what you’re worth, and what you can pay.

Republican Senator urges Obama to support war with Iran, ‘confrontation’ with China
The United States faces a possible war with Iran to curb its nuclear ambitions and a “period of confrontation” with China over its currency, a top US lawmaker warned Saturday.

Even Greenspan Admits that Moral Hazard and Fraud are the Main Problems
Even Alan Greenspan is confirming what William Black, James Galbraith, Joseph Stiglitz, George Akerlof and many other economists and financial experts have been saying for a long time: the economy cannot recover if fraud is not prosecuted and if the big banks know that government will bail them out every time they get in trouble.

Noam Chomsky: No Evidence that Al-Qaeda Carried Out the 9/11 Attacks
“All of this was totally illegal. It was more, criminal,” Chomsky said.

Marines Take Over Sleepy English Village To “Prepare For Foreign Operations”
A village in east Devon has played host to an armed forces exercise.

Independent News Site Fraudulently Blacklisted by Internet Explorer After Negative Bill Gates Article
Is the Internet Blacklist already being enforced via web browsers? Microsoft’s Internet Explorer recommended that visitors should not access Activist Post today, claiming the site contains threats to outside computers.

U.S. ratchets up Contra War II against Nicaragua
Borrowing its war plan against the Sandinista government of Nicaragua from Ronald Reagan, George H W Bush, and Oliver North, the Obama administration has given a green light to two neighbors of Nicaragua — Costa Rica and Honduras — to ratchet up tensions on their borders with Nicaragua.

One Piece Of Moderately Good Economic News And 14 Pieces Of Bad Economic News That Are So Horrifying You Might Not Want To Read Them Standing Up
Today the financial world was buzzing with excitement because there was one moderately good piece of news for the U.S. economy. U.S. employers added 151,000 jobs during the month of October and the unemployment rate remained unchanged at 9.6%.

A loaf of wheat bread may soon cost $23 due to skyrocketing food price inflation
Within a decade, a loaf of wheat bread may cost $23 in a grocery store in the United States, and a 32-oz package of sugar might run $62.

Mainstream media, US propaganda
Propaganda is something you might expect from a dictatorship government but what about the United States? In the early 1980’s, the US State Department launched a covert propaganda war against its own people. Founder and President of the Institute for Public Accuracy Norman Solomon says that US government propaganda continues today through mainstream media as an extension of the government.

Oil and Dispersants are Changing the Gulf Ecosystem
Oil and dispersants are changing the Gulf ecosystem, as shown by the following recent stories.



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