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Police Taser 75-year-old Woman

The Rock Hill Police Department is investigating why an officer used an electric stun gun on a 75-year-old woman who refused to leave a nursing home where she had gone to visit an ailing friend.

>> The truth about Zelikow and the Sept. 11 cover-up commission

>> Missouri plane crash kills 8

>> Financial Times daily urges Britain to reject US troop request

>> US death toll in Iraq: 1 100

>> WP: "Bush Regime engineered 9-11"-Banner at DC March

>> Senator Kennedy's Office Not Impressed With 9/11 Inside Job Assertion

>> Canadian Ties With EU a Growing Concern

>> Dumb and Dumber

>> Was Bush using his Earpiece during
the 9/11 Commission Session in the Oval Office?

Flim Flam Man


>> Putin Critic Berezovsky Says Russia May Not See 2008 Presidential Elections

>> A Draft or Merely Hot Air?

>> Europe May Start Digital Fingerprinting

>> Australia joins exercise off Japan, despite N Korea warnings

>> US likely to approve exports of nuclear reactors to China: official

>> Implantable chip's medical dangers

>> CSI Miami promoting RFID tags?

>> Europe May Start Digital Fingerprinting

>> Paul Joseph Watson is a regular guest on The Alex Jones Show once a week on the GCN radio network. Click here for the live streaming audio.

>> The Vanity Fair Interview

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Google Might Be a Big Brother

People who use public or workplace computers for e-mail, instant messaging and web searching have a new privacy risk to worry about: Google's free tool that indexes a PC's contents for quickly locating data.

Bush, Kerry Are Not Fiscal Conservatives

Neither President Bush nor Sen. John Kerry has a credible plan for dealing with the fiscal challenges he will face if elected, according to the bipartisan Concord Coalition.
Another Bush Flip-Flop.

>> What Bush and Kerry have in Common

>> Explanation of the bump under Bush's Jacket

>> Nothing Under My Jacket

Iran hopes for Bush re-election

The head of Iran's security council said Tuesday that the re-election of U.S. President George Bush was in Tehran's best interests, despite the administration's axis of evil label, accusations that Iran harbors al-Qaida terrorists and threats of sanctions over the country's nuclear ambitions.

Cheney accused of hypocrisy for suggesting nuclear attacks

Democrat John Edwards called the Bush administration incompetent and hypocritical Wednesday after Vice President Dick Cheney suggested an American city could be the target of a nuclear attack and John Kerry was not up to heading it off.
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