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Witness says CIA oversaw abuse at Abu Ghraib

Witnesses in the trial of a U.S. soldier charged with abusing prisoners at Abu Ghraib have told the court that the CIA sometimes directed abuse and orders were received from military command to toughen interrogations.

>> The genealogical relationships between George Walker Bush and John Forbes Kerry

>> Japan's Greatest Lesson: Compulsory Flu Vaccine Reveals No Benefit and Deadly Side Effects

>> Video of beheading in Iraq part of Nashville art exhibit

>> Hoon confirms Iraq troop movement

>> Israel on alert as rumours circulate of right-wing plot to assassinate Sharon

>> Probe: Intense Flames Sped WTC Collapse

>> Soldier says Abu Ghraib interrogators told him to stage mock electrocution

>> Midwives to ask: does your husband beat you?

>> Experts fear escape of 1918 flu from lab

>> Jimmy Walter launches

>> Is President Bush Ushering In The Mark of The Beast?

>> Potshots at Home Schooling

>> George Bush Bulges

The Daily Show: Bush "We will not have an all-volunteer army."


>> Australian state to increase secret police powers

>> American Passports to Get Chipped

>> Pastor Charged After Calling Bible a Bomb

>> NLV Proposes Rental Enforcement Plan

>> Pentagon Says No Need for a U.S. Draft of Doctors

>> Tehran shows defiance on eve of crucial nuclear arms talks by test-firing missile

>> Iran hopes for Bush re-election

>> Doubts over passport face scans

>> Google Might Be a Big Brother

>> Implantable chip's medical dangers

>> CSI Miami promoting RFID tags?

>> 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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The Cashless Society, One Coffee Cup at a Time

The cashless society has become a reality in the warren of underground concourses beneath Toronto's downtown office towers, at least when it comes to paying for a cup of coffee, a parking space or lunch.

Scrambled F15’s From Otis Air Force Base: Mach 1.5 or Cruise Speed?

On September 13th 2001, during his Senate Confirmation Hearing, General Myers, acting chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff on September 11th stated that no military aircraft was scrambled until after the Pentagon strike, which was at 9.38 AM.
If Bush is on his way out of office he's sure doing it in style.

>> Flim Flam Man

>> What Bush and Kerry have in Common

>> Explanation of the bump under Bush's Jacket

Oil prices again approach $55 a barrel

Oil prices pushed towards record peaks on Thursday after a larger-than-expected decline in heating fuels in the United States heightened fears of a winter supply crunch.

Analysis: Clinton eyes U.N. post

This will put an American face on the UN and allow Bush (if he is re-elected) and Clinton to double team in destroying what's left of US sovereignty.
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