Last Updated: Thursday, November 25, 2010 17:30
Deadlier Than Scanners: TSA To Spread Flesh-Eating Bacteria
Now that the TSA's new pat down procedures include reaching inside people's clothing and directly touching their skin and genitals, communicable diseases are set to soar, with doctors warning of a new wave of infections that will pose a greater risk to public health than any statistical probability of being a victim of terrorism.

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Spain, Portugal and Belgium set to follow Ireland into abyss as debt crisis threatens to destroy the euro
New fears have been raised about the future of the euro with the domino effect of faltering economies spreading today. The latest nation to get sucked into the crisis is Belgium after market traders pushed the cost of insuring the country’s debt to record levels.

Rosenberg: “I Think The Dramatic Fiscal Tightening We Are Seeing In Ireland And Others Is Insane”

Copyright infringement bill could bring the FBI to your intranet
A senator from Oregon has threatened to block a copyright enforcement bill that would give U.S. law enforcement the right to shut down Web sites without trial or defense if it finds the central reason for the site is to distribute copyrighted information illegally.

TSA Hired Sex Offender Despite Prior Convictions Of Harassment and Stalking
Channel 2 Action News reporter Tom Regan reviewed court records from Clinton County, Pennsylvania. According to the records, King was charged with nine offenses of harassment and stalking by communication in January 2001. A court clerk told Regan that King pleaded guilty and spent three months in jail for skipping a court appearance.

TSA turns off naked body scanners to avoid opt-out day protests
Did TSA cave on scanners for Thanksgiving rush?
Tip of the spear
The TSA and America’s Turning Point

N. Korea vows more attacks
North Korea threatened further provocation against South Korea, Thursday, raising the question of its next move as Washington and Seoul prepare military drills in the wake of Pyongyang’s deadly artillery attack earlier this week.

South Korea to defy North by sending in troops
Sarah Palin: we’ve got to stand with our North Korean allies
Tarpley: US using Korea to make money

Obama’s Pick for ATF Chief Is ‘Anti-Gun,’ Say Pro-Second Amendment Groups
Gun rights advocates are unhappy with President Barack Obama’s pick to head the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF).

Let’s Give Thanks for CO2
As Americans sit down on Thursday and give thanks for the food on their table, hopefully many will say a good word for enhanced atmospheric carbon dioxide levels, as much of the foodstuff filling their plates will have benefited from the anthropogenically-elevated CO2 levels in the air.

Insurer includes carbon tax in settlements

Sanitary Towel Prompts TSA To Grope Sexual Assault Victim
Menstruating women beware. If you intend to travel, your panty-liners are now considered suspicious objects, after all you could be concealing a bomb in there.

Daily Kos Obamanoids: TSA Just Following Orders When They Sexually Molest Your Child

Homeland Security To Install Hundreds Of Surveillance Cameras In Houston
The city is installing 250 to 300 cameras at downtown intersections in an effort to prevent and fight terrorism and crime, part of a security initiative sponsored by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

Confirmed: TSA Switched Off Scanners To Defuse Opt Out Protest
The majority of Newark’s full-body scanners were idle throughout much of the day, depriving most passengers of the chance to opt out of the controversial screening procedure even if they had wanted to.

Analysis of the Occult Symbols Found on the Bank of America Murals
Prominently displayed in the lobby of the Bank of America’s Corporate Center are “creepy” frescoes, filled with occult symbols. Even more unsettling is the fact that those images seem to predict events of a radical world change in the not-so-distant future. Are those murals predicting the coming of an occult New World Order?

Instead of Actually Dealing With Rampant Mortgage Fraud, Fed Orders More Faux Stress Tests
Well-known British economic writer Jeremy Warner said yesterday that the European stress tests were a sham.

Europe a financial powder keg
Home Sales Drop Once Again
Currency Warfare, Trade Barriers, The People it Hurts
The Day the Dollar Died
The Question Isn’t Whether the Fed Should Be Stripped of Its Mandate to Maximize Employment … The Question Is Whether the Fed Has Too Much Power
Happy Thanksgiving! Are You Better Off Today Than You Were Four Years Ago?

Big Sis Wants Behavior Scanners At Sports Events, Malls
Homeland Security chief Janet Napolitano admitted yesterday that body scanners would eventually find their way into U.S. public transportation, trains and boats, but Big Sis is already trialing technology that goes even further, by forcing Americans to undergo a behavioral interrogation before they are allowed to enter sports events, rock concerts and shopping malls.

Scandal: TSA Restricts Scanners To Undermine Protest In Crude PR Stunt
The TSA turned off many of its naked body scanners across the country today in a hastily crafted PR stunt to mute the national opt out protest against invasive screening procedures, as Big Sis made a mockery of airport security measures that Americans were told were imperative to protect them from terror.



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