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Obama’s Claiming More Power Over Americans Than King George III, Says Virginia Attorney General
The federal government has been forced to respond to the accelerating backlash against new TSA measures which have outraged the nation, with TSA Administrator John Pistole and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano set to meet today with executives from the travel industry and heads of pilot associations.

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Naked body scanners may be dangerous: scientists
US scientists warned Friday that the full-body, graphic-image X-ray scanners that are being used to screen passengers and airline crews at airports around the country may be unsafe.

Germany Was Right When It Called Our Financial Policy “Clueless”
It’s never a good thing when another country calls your financial policy clueless. It’s particularly bad if that other country is one of the world’s leading economies, and if it also happens to be right.

Opposition to U.S. trial likely to keep mastermind of 9/11 attacks in detention
Khalid Sheik Mohammed, the self-proclaimed mastermind of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, will probably remain in military detention without trial for the foreseeable future, according to Obama administration officials.

Ed Schultz: How About a ‘Decency’ Law That Controls What You Can and Can’t Say
A treasure trove of race hysteria and totalitarianism.

School Makes Boy Take American Flag Off Bike
13-year-old Cody Alicea rides with an American flag on the back of his bike. He says he does this to be patriotic and to honor veterans, like his own grandfather, Robert. He’s had the flag on his bike for two months but Monday, was told to take it down.

Electronic Privacy Information Center sues TSA over naked body scanner privacy violations
The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) is proceeding with a lawsuit against the TSA over its use of naked body scanners. Filed in the District of Columbia Court of Appeals, EPIC’s lawsuit asks for the courts to halt the US government’s use of naked body scanners altogether.

DHS May Turn To Body Scanners That Store Biometrics
TSA and Homeland Security authorities may be preparing a body scanner bait and switch, by proposing new devices that advocates claim do not see under clothing and do not emit dangerous radiation, yet do store a biometric record of the person using them which would grease the skids for authorities to track individuals in real time.

World Battles The Invasion Of The Naked Body Scanners

As death toll of 9/11 responders nears 1,000, pols want autopsy standards to pinpoint causes
The staggering death toll for Ground Zero responders has soared past 916 – and still no one knows what really killed them.

Bernanke’s worst nightmare: Ron Paul
Ben Bernanke has had his hands full since his first day on the job as Federal Reserve chairman nearly five years ago. It’s about to get even tougher.

Texas officials covered up dangerously radioactive tap water for decades
For more than 20 years, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality under-reported the amount of radiation found in drinking water provided by communities all across Texas. As a result, health risks to people consuming the water have been underestimated in many water systems where radioactive contaminants are present.

Here’s How to Stop Market Manipulation and Show Too Big To Fail Banks Like JP Morgan Who Is Boss
Leading economists and financial experts say that our economy cannot recover until the too big to fails are broken up.

Obama Says Federal Reserve’s Easing Wasn’t Aimed at Affecting Dollar Value
President Barack Obama said the U.S. Federal Reserve’s second round of quantitative easing is designed to boost growth, not affect the value of the dollar, rebuffing charges that America is seeking a weaker exchange rate.

Timetable Abandoned: U.S. And NATO To Wage Endless War In Afghanistan
The mainstream news media and alternative sources alike have seized on a recent revelation – though it is hardly such – published by McClatchy Newspapers that “The Obama administration has decided to begin publicly walking away from what it once touted as key deadlines in the war in Afghanistan in an effort to remove emphasis from Barack Obama’s pledge that he would begin withdrawing US forces in July 2011.”

Council on Foreign Relations panel advises Obama to scale back Afghan occupation
Influential US experts on Friday painted a grim picture of the Afghanistan war, calling on President Barack Obama to consider scaling back the military mission without signs of progress.

America’s Bread And Circus Society
I submit that a good many in America are, like Rome of old, carelessly frittering away their God-given liberties, foolishly clamoring for nothing more than government handouts and never-ending entertainment.

No change: Wall Street finds loophole in financial reform
US banks have found a way to continue betting their own money on some investments, despite a new law’s restrictions on proprietary trading, the Financial Times reported on Thursday, citing Wall Street executives.

Iceland Thinks US May Be Spying on Its Citizens
All five Nordic nations now suspect the US has been using its embassies to spy on their citizens.

Researcher offers scientific evidence people can see into the future
A prominent psychological journal is expected to make history later this year when it publishes what is believed to be the first scientific paper arguing that humans can predict the future.

 

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