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North Korea threatens a ’sea of fire’ as the South begins posturing war games with US
South Korean residents scrambled for cover today as North Korea threatened to launch a ’sea of fire’ over military drills in the Yellow Sea with the US military.


North Korea opens fire as war games begin
N. Korea deploys SA-2 surface-to-air missiles near Yellow Sea border
S. Korean artillery “mistakenly” fired on DMZ
S. Korea, US start major naval drills
S. Korea effectively rejects China’s offer to resume six-party talks
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TSA pat-down rules ‘handing terrorists a victory,’ says privacy expert
The time spent in the overaggressive pat-downs are a waste of valuable resources and could better be used attempting to identify likely terrorists, says privacy expert.

Colorado Lawyer Files Injunction Against Janet Napolitano and TSA

Biofuels worse than fossil fuels, says expert
Biofuels have become all the rage among many environmental and sustainably-minded advocacy groups as a way to end dependence on foreign oil, limit greenhouse gas emissions, and create a “greener” tomorrow. But Andreas Spath, PhD, an expert in the field of geochemistry, says that biofuels are actually worse for the environment than conventional fossil fuels are.

The Alex Jones Show: Judge Napolitano On TSA Storm Trooper Behavior
Nigel Farage thanks Herman Van Rompuy for presiding over the collapse of the European Union as he notes the fear in the eyes of EU elitists as their globalist project stands on the verge of being consigned to the dustbin of political history.

Obama defends U.S. airport security measures – ABC
TSA worker accused of assault did jail time for stalking, harassment
TSA Making People Drop Their Pants
Why the TSA pat-downs and body scans are unconstitutional

Greece - Ireland - Portugal - Spain - Italy - UK?
It is now common knowledge that there is a potential domino effect of European sovereign debt contagion in roughly the following order: Greece, Ireland, Portugal, Spain, Italy, UK.

Homeland Security shuts down dozens of Web sites without court order
The Homeland Security Department’s customs enforcement division has gone on a Web site shutdown spree, closing down at least 76 domains this week, according to online reports.

Met Office : Last Decade Warming Faster And Slower As Expected
The Met Office needs to coordinate their official disinformation campaign better.

Thousands protest against Irish bailout
More than 100,000 Irish citizens took to the streets of Dublin today to protest against the international bailout and four years of austerity.

It’s Not Just the “Peripheral” European Countries … Financial Contagion Could Spread to “Core” Eurozone Countries and the U.S.
‘Bank Run 2010' aims to end ‘criminal, corrupt’ financial system
Iceland Better Off Than Ireland Because They Let Big Private Banks Fail, says President

US Government seizure of the internet has begun; DHS takes over 76 websites
As part of a new expansion of government power over information, the Department of Homeland Security has begun seizing and shutting down internet websites (web domains) without due process or a proper trial. DHS simply seizes web domains that it wants to and posts an ominous “Department of Justice” logo on the web site.

A Majority Of Americans Believe The US Government No Longer Operates Within The Constitution
A rather indicative poll released by Rasmussen earlier this week finds that a majority of Americans (44%) now believe that the government operates outside the confines of the Constitution, compared to just 39% who believe government does not take liberties with the precepts laid out by the founding fathers (and 17% were busy watching dancing with the stars to have an opinion either way).

China Warns U.S. On Naval Exercises as North Korea Promises Retaliation
China has warned the United States against engaging in military activity on its coastline.

South Korea Girds for Show of Force With U.S. Ships After Attacks by North

Happy Holidays? 28 Hard Questions It Would Be Great If We Could Get Some Real Answers To
Over the coming weeks, Americans will be wishing each other “happy holidays” millions upon millions of times. But are these really happy times?

MI6 blamed for fiasco of phoney Taliban warlord who was paid a fortune
MI6 was blamed yesterday for the fiasco that saw a fake Taliban commander paid hundreds of thousands of pounds for his role in secret Afghan peace negotiations.


US general McChrystal approved peace talks with fake Taliban leader

Willie Nelson Fans Launch Nobel Peace Prize Campaign
Fans feel Willie should receive the Nobel Peace Prize for his work on agriculture issues, alternative fuels and world peace initiatives.

 

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